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  • Young Neo Nazis The Skinheads
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    WHY KIDS JOIN NEO-NAZI GANGS In most cases the reason why kids join any gang is the result of trouble at home. If you interview a child from a skinhead gang they came from a family with one or more of the following factors: divorce, separation, physical and or sexual abuse and dysfunctional parents. These conditions are further compounded by joblessness, poverty, lack of education, bandage barriers, academic deficiencies and distinctive element from pop culture, such as violent themes in music, ...
  • Nazi Power In Germany
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    A Jew In Germany or Occupied Europe: 27/2/96 CATEGORY C PROLOGUE (JANUARY 1935): My name is Julian Zycheavik and I am a Polish jew. This is my diary which I have decided to write, so that I can hopefully relive my youth when I read this when I am an old man. I live in the south of Poland with my family which I adore very much since they mean everything to me. We have a small family business, a small shop, which supplies us with enough money to get by on during these hard times since the slump ne...
  • Ideology And Policies Of Nazi Germany
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    Nazism was the ideology held by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, commonly called NSAP or the Nazi Party), which was led by its 'F"uh rer', Adolf Hitler. The word Nazism is most often used in connection with the dictatorship of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 (the 'Third Reich'), and it is derived from the term National Socialism (German: National sozialismus, often abbreviated NS). Adherents of Nazism held that the Aryan race were superi...
  • People Of Germany
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    During the 1920's and early 1930's, Germany was unstable socially economically and politically. The government was very often in a state of confusion. The population was disappointed and scared, as the Great Wall Street stock market crash of 1923 pushed the economy to a collapse before the people's eyes. These unfavorable events made a nation in a state of insecurity, while fed up, the people looked for a rescuer. This came in the form of fascism, an ideology in which the individual is controlle...
  • Change Mind About Germany
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    Die Weiss e Rose The topic I chose to write my essay about is, "Did any thing in this movie change your mind about Germany during the Hitler Regime? (Or Nazi years) " I would have to answer that question with a response that is not one hundred percent clear cut. On the one hand, I do not think so, because I already knew Hitler and the Nazi party were horrible people. They did do awful thing such as the concentration camps, taking over other countries and etc. What I did not know however, was tha...
  • Reichstag Elections Of March 1933 The Nazis
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    The point of this essay is to prove that although Hitler came to power within the 'letter of the law' he did not come to power within the 'spirit of the law. ' Hitler was appointed Chancellor on the 30th of January 1933, with only two other Nazis in the Cabinet, this was though to be enough to control him, by Van Papen and the conservatives. Hitler persuaded President Hindenburg to hold new elections in March 1933, in the hope he would gain an over all majority. However in the new elections Hitl...
  • Hitler's Successes In Foreign Affairs
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    The Third Reich The Nazi state (Third Reich) was a brutal dictatorship established with Hitler's appointment as Chancellor in 1933. By 1936, Hitler had destroyed the government of the Weimar Republic established in 1919 at the end of the First World War), suppressed all political parties except the Nazi party, and consolidated the government of Germany under his control as Fuhrer (leader). Mass organizations such as the Nazi labor front and the Hitler youth were established. The Nazis instituted...
  • March 15 16th Nazis
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    1933 January 30th Adolf Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany. February 27th The Reichstag Fire. March 12th First Concentration Camp opened at Oranienburg outside Berlin. March 23rd Enabling Act gives Hitler dictatorial power. April 1st Nazi Boycott of Jewish owned shops. May 10th Nazis burn books in Germany. In June Nazis open Dachau concentration camp. July 14th Nazi party declared only party in Germany. October 14th Germany quits the League of Nations. 1934 June 30th The "Night of Long Knives"...
  • Germany's Problems On The Treaty Of Versailles
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    After the new Weimar government, led by the Social Democrats, signed the Treaty of Versailles it may have signaled the beginning of the end for the new republic. The consequences of Versailles were severe to Germany, and many were looking for someone to blame, and the government was the ideal scapegoat. Communists and the right saw an opportunity to create a state that they wanted, and were prepared to challenge the new republic. Many richer Germans had lived well under the Kaiser, and distruste...
  • Architecture In Nazi Germany
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    Examine the impact of the Nazi regime upon architecture and art in Germany In the 1920's Germany was a centre for modern art and forward thinking architecture. Art styles and schools such as cubism and Dada developed in Germany, and schools of excellent architecture such as the Bauhaus school developed in this liberal and free thinking period. However this all changed in 1933 due to the rise to power of the Nazis. This essay will examine the effect that the Nazi regime had upon the styles of art...
  • Germany From The Great Depression
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    The Nazis made valuable use of the time they had in parliament and became a strong party. When the Munich putsch failed in September 1923, they learnt that they would have to try to gain power by lawful means. They used propaganda to gain support and also came up with a 25-point program that appealed to everyone. Germany tried to pay the reparations by printing more money but when that failed, America gave them loans to ease the economic problems. At the time of the loans, America was financiall...
  • Rise Of Support For The Nazi Party
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    On the 28th of June 1919 the Treaty of Versailles was sighed. When Germany reluctantly signed this diktat she was agreeing to the loss of all overseas colonies, and territories (which were claimed by her neighbours) The loss of territory to Poland was deeply resented, due to there being approximately 3 million Germans under Polish rule, and it also separated East Prussia from the rest of Germany. Also the payment of reparations, the total, which was decided on in 1921 of lb 6,600 million. Limita...
  • Nazi's Message Across Germany
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    Which of these factors was the most important reason for the Nazis coming to power in 1933? The weaknesses of the constitution; The events of 1923 The depression 1929-1932 The strengths of the Nazis The Nazi Party's rise to power was not simply due to luck. There were many key events and factors involved that were all partly responsible for the Nazis coming of power in 1933. A fragile democracy, an economy in tatters and an humiliated people all played into the hands of the Nationalists. The wea...
  • Hitler And The Nazis
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    A totalitarian state is one in which a leader has complete political, social and cultural control over his / her subjects. The Nazi society, especially between the period of 1933-39, was very totalitarian in nature. Adolf Hitler had total control over every aspect of life in Germany, especially that of Jews, women and children. The use of clever propaganda persuaded Germans to support Hitler and have belief in his ideas, and fear made those who did not remain quiet about their opinions. In a tot...
  • Angry Germany
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    To some extent the rise of the Nazi totalitarian regime was due to a 19th century legacy but however, Germany was going through hard times and desperate times lead to desperate measures. The current conditions in Germany also helped to fuel the Nazi's rise to power. Most Germans had found it hard to accept the allied Victory in 1918 when German defeat was announced at a time when German soldiers were miles and miles into enemy territory. For many German, such as Adolf Hitler, it made them very a...
  • Votes To The Nazis
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    The reasons for this dramatic rise can be put down to any number of changes both within the party and outside the party. First of all the changes within the party had a profound effect on the ability to canvass votes from their respective constituencies. After the Bamberg conference Hitler had established himself as the sole authority within the party and everyone was answerable back to him. Hitler set up Games throughout Germany which matched the different constituencies within Germany, this he...
  • Nazi's Used Architecture In Many Ways
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    Upon coming to power, Hitler vowed to bring Nazi Germany back to the "good old days" - to its former glory. He did this through many means throughout his reign as both chancellor and F"uher. Many of which are now famous worldwide - the massive army building and propaganda campaign just being one of such. But something that is perhaps all too often overlooked is the Nazi use of sculpture and Architecture within Germany. During his youth Hitler applied to the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, and was r...
  • Heinrich Himmler
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    "Our Secret" Essay No. 2 HIMMLER As I read "Our Secret" it was so far reaching which made it hard to explain. "Our Secret" covered points including; Head of the Nazi police (Heinrich Himmler) concentration camps, violence, and the connection people have with personal life. The author introduced the life of Heinrich Himmler and different situations and compared them to each other. The story had a lot to do with Germany, and how the Nazi created the concentration camp's who formed a coalition. The...
  • Hitler And His Nazi Clan
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    I'm writing my paper on when Brother Leon compares his classroom to Nazi Germany. He compared his classroom to Nazi Germany because of a few situations. First one of which he chooses and one in which Archie does. Both of which Adolph Hitler did in Nazi Germany. In these next couple of paragraphs I'm going to compare and contrast the situations to those of what Hitler performed. First Brother Leon caused a situation to happen in his classroom. There was one kid, named Bailey, in the class who sco...

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