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Hitler and the Rise of Fascism Fascism vs Communism Both produced totalitarian states doctorial states both abolished the ideas of civil liberties Government played a huge role in the economy Both had very regulated economies Communism comes from an enlightenment ideology They were trying to make a perfect place Universalist amp Optimistic Fascism very nationalistic and pessimistic De ned goals are vague Production are privately owned but still heavily regulated Causes of Fascism Great Depression 0 Fall of 1929 people were speculating in an extreme way on Wall Street People were pouring money on companies in stocks and production started to raise up so people who saw it took money out This resulted in the crash of the stock market this set off the banks they began to recall loans This is what made it go international because loans were given out to other people Governments speci cally started public works projects infrastructure so people could have jobs as well as military spending Weimar Republic 0 You have a President as well as a parliament or Reichstag Occupation of the Ruhr o Ruhr Valley was rich in mineral deposits Germany fell back on its repreations from WWI so the French came into the Ruhr Valley and controlled it militarily Germany workers were not listening to the French soldiers The government supported the German workers so to repay the French they decided to print money 0 In ation of 1923 1914 42 Marks to the Dollar 1919 89 Nov 1 1923 130 billion Nov 20 1923 42 trillion Dawes Plan 0 O O O 0 New payment schedule from WWI Impact on Middle Class 0 Middle class was wiped out Every investment and savings were all useless This caused for middle class to move down to the proletariat Rise of Hitler Life after WWI 0 He links up with the National Socialist German Workers39 Party Nazis Munich Beer Hall Putsch 1923 o Attempt to revolt against the Government was supposed to overthrow the government but it failed But this put the Nazi party on the map and it put Hitler in jail Prison 0 This is where Hitler writes Mein Kampf this is an autobiography of his feelings Told people to quotkeep it simplequot Propaganda o Hitler and the Nazi39s were masterly in the use of propaganda Repetition was his approach to propaganda keep it simple and when you need to lie make it bold and bodacious 0 People were impressed by the amount of supporters he had Reichstag 0 Work through the Reichstag and ended up winning the election 0 Due to the fact of how powerful Hitler was Hindenberg had Hitler become Chancellor 0 There was a rebombing in the Reichstag building and they needed to do something immediately Enabling Act 1933 0 Given unlimited dictorial power for four years so Germany could quotstraighten themselves outquot o Hitler immediately begins to expunges all other political parties The Nazi State 0 Terrorism 0 SA quotBrown Shirtsquot were kind of used as thugs if something bad was said by the Nazis then the SA would visit you o 55 Had the most involvement in the Holocaust Hitler favored the 55 because they looked how he wanted them to look blonde hair and blue eyes 0 Military Expansion 0 Policy towards the Jews 0 Nuremburg Laws No German could marry a Jew Jews could not attend college o Rallies To learn more and get OneNote visit www0nenotecom
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