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The Rise of the Nazi Party

Subjects / History / Germany, 1918 to 1991

Price: £2.95 Duration: 37mins Full topic price: £17.95

In this title we are going to cover the issues the Weimar Republic faced in the 1920s after the problems of 1923. We will look at how the Great Depression affected Germany, and see that its effect allowed Hitler and the Nazis to gain power. We will go back to the start of the Nazi Party, and learn the tactics that it used, its important ideas and its key members. This title also examines how the Nazis managed to 'hook' people into their message, and to what extent this helped them get into power.

Author: Nick Dennis and Doug Belshaw Publisher: GCSEPod®
Narrator: Peter McGowan ISBN: 978-1-84906-038-7
Video ISBN: 978-1-84906-538-2

Chapters

  1. Decline in Support for Stresemann
  2. The Great Depression and its Effects
  3. The Founding of the Nazi Party
  4. Aims and Tactics
  5. Reasons for Growth
  6. The Appeal of National Socialism
  7. Hitler and the Leadership of the Nazi Party
  8. The Struggle for Power

Exam Board Relevance

  • Edxcel
  • AQA
  • CEA
  • IGCSE (EdExcel)
  • OCR
  • SQA
  • WJEC
  • IGCSE (CiE)

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Curriculum and Exam Board Information

Key Issues

Titles

Chapters

  • The origins and history of National Socialism, 1919-1925
  • The Depression, its impact on Germany and contribution to the rise of National Socialism
  • The emergence of the Nazis as a mass party, 1928-1930
  • The role of Hitler in the development of the Nazi party
  • The leadership of the Nazis
  • The struggle for power, 1930-1933
  • Early career of Hitler
  • Founding of the Nazi Party
  • Mein Kempf
  • Decline in support in the Stresemann years
  • Growth in support of the Nazis, 1929-1933; and its reasons
  • Elections of 1932
  • Invitation to lead coalition government, 1933
  • The origins of National Socialism
  • The role of Hitler in the rise of the Nazi party
  • The creation and nature of the Nazi State
  • The role of Hitler as Führer
  • Rise of Nazism: aims and tactics pre-1924, effectiveness
  • Rise of Nazism: aims and tactics 1924-29, effectiveness
  • Hitler's appointment as Chancellor in Jan 1933 and the reasons for this: popularity of Nazi policies
  • Hitler's appointment as Chancellor in Jan 1933 and the reasons for this: inability of other Chancellors to solve problems
  • Hitler's appointment as Chancellor in Jan 1933 and the reasons for this: problems of the PR system
  • Hitler's appointment as Chancellor in Jan 1933 and the reasons for this: political intrigue by German leaders
  • The early years of the Nazi Party
  • Nazi ideas and methods
  • The roles of Hitler and other Nazi leaders
  • The impact of the Depression on Germany
  • economic and social crisis of 1930-1933
  • the reasons for the Nazis' rise to power
  • The appeal of National Socialism to different sections of the population
  • The early years of the Nazi Party
  • Nazi ideas and methods
  • the roles of Hitler and other Nazi leaders
  • the political, economic and social crisis of 1930-33
  • reasons for the Nazis' rise to power
  • The early years of the Nazi Party
  • Nazi ideas and methods
  • the roles of Hitler and other Nazi leaders
  • The impact of the Depression on Germany
  • the political, economic and social crisis of 1930-33
  • reasons for the Nazis' rise to power
  • the role of Hitler and his ideas
  • elections and political scheming 1929-1933
  • reasons for the Nazi electoral success
  • the Nazi control of government: the role of Hitler and leading Nazis
  • the Depression in Germany and the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazis
  • the role of Hitler and his ideas
  • reasons for the Nazi electoral success
  • the Nazi control of government: the role of Hitler and leading Nazis

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