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Anne Frank's life and death spanned the most critical years in the history of the Third Reich and the Holocaust. Anne Frank was four years old when Hitler came to power
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Nazis through their policy of co-ordination. Germany officially became known as the Third Reich and Hitler declared that the Third Reich would last for a thousand years
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To what extent was the Great Depression responsible for the collapse of the Weimar Republic?
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Italy. They should also be able to discuss Hitler’s rise to power, the policies of the Nazi state, and their connection to the outbreak of World War II
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Did Nazi economic policies revive the German economy after the Great Depression? Did Hitler want to go to war in 1939? Was the German economy on wartime footing before 1942? Even questions about which officials were responsible for the Holocaust lack
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The decade of the 1920s has been characterized as both an "age of anxiety" and a "period of hope."
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Treaty of Versailles (‘Diktat’, Article 231 War Guilt Clause) Analysis: Unpopular with the German people – Nazi Party against both so helped them get support, h refers to them constantly in speeches
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To what extent did the Nazi Party rely on force to stay in power?To what extent did the Nazi Party rely on force to stay in power?
The following points will be discussed in this essay; how he established a one party state, more open force in 1934, control of the German people and also the force used against the Jews and other minorities
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David Patrick, University of Edinburgh, The Four Key Indicators of Genocide: Lessons from the Holocaust and RwandaDavid Patrick, University of Edinburgh, The Four Key Indicators of Genocide: Lessons from the Holocaust and Rwanda
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Nazi road to power and the downward spiral that ensued once it seized control and started implementing its ideological provisions
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