Nazification

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
World War II
Grade:
8

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Nazification

Nazification

1936

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1938

1938

1939

The Nuremberg Laws were announced, stripping Jews of their legal, social, and political rights. Jewish people began to be veiwed as their own race rather than religion. Whether you were Jewish or not went back to your ancestors, setting Germans and Jews apart.

Hitler took over Austria with their approval. His next mission was to annex the Sudetenland. He threatened to go to war if the Sudetenland did not cede. They chose peace rather than war. Germany had taken over the Sudetenland as of 1938.

The olympics were hosted in Berlin, Germany. This event was taken advantage of by Hitler. He used it to promote Nazism. Movies were also created which falsey portrayed Nazis and Hitler, making him appear almost like a god.

By: Elise Painchaud

Since discrimination against Jews became accepted, a 'free-for-all' against Jews took place. A little under 1000 synagogues were set to fire, and 76 destroyed. Over 7000 Jewish businesses and homes were stolen from. 30,000 Jews were sent to concentration camps as well.

Hitler invaded Poland, officially starting World War II. Britian and France who were required to help Germany, declared war. Hitler's armies caused Poland to collapse. A new plan to get rid of Jews was put into place.

The Olympics

The Nuremberg Laws

Annexation

Discrimination

World War II


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