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The Growth of Tension in Europe 3. The War at Sea and Gallipoli 6. The Defeat of Germany. The Recovery of Germany: 3. The Rise of Hitler and the Nazis 4. Life in Nazi Germany 5. Lesson PowerPoints Videos and Documentaries.
Brookline, MA, and John M. New York, Learners new to this history may assume that all Germans or all Nazi voters were antisemites. They may have a simplistic view of the Nazi rise to power. Also, study of the Holocaust often starts with the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor.
At the end of this lesson you should be able to: Identify and explain a number of factors that led to the rise of the Nazi party; Recognise that no single factor led to .
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In a previous lesson, students explored the politics, culture, economics, and social trends in Germany during the years of the Weimar Republic to , and they analyzed the strength of democracy in Germany during those years. Students will review events that they learned about in the previous lesson and see how the popularity of the Nazis changed during times of stability and times of crisis.
So how did it happen, and could it happen again? What is an armistice? Based on this description, what is another name for this "Peace Treaty"? Why is it dangerous to have a group built on fear rather than fact? What tactic is he using in order to gain control? What do you believe anti-semitism means? Clip makes it super easy to turn any public video into a formative assessment activity in your classroom.