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What year was Hitler made Chancellor?

Hitler was made Chancellor in 1933

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What is the Nanjing Massacre?

When between December 1937, and late January 1938, Japanese forces killed an estimated
200,000 to 300,000 Chinese (mostly civilians).


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Why did The US join the war?

  • Japan attacked an American Naval base called Pearl Harbour.
  • Germany’s declaration of war against them.

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Paratroopers

Soldiers trained to be dropped from an aircraft.

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Concentration camp

An area where large numbers of people are sent to do forced labour and live horrific conditions.

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Appeasement 

The policy of giving into Hitler hoping he would stop 

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Axis powers

Countries allied with Germany

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What is a depth study?

A depth study looks at a short period of time, focusing on society, people and events in detail.


You need to understand how the different aspects of the period fit together and affect each other.

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When Hitler was made Chancellor what did he begin to do?

He began rearming Germany (increasing their weapons and army).

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Give some examples of how Hitler used propaganda to keep control:

Rallies • Radio • Goebbels(Head of Nazi propaganda)

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Due to the reparations from the Treaty of Versailles, Germany had borrowed money from the USA. After the Wall Street Crash, the USA needed their money back. What did this mean for Germans? 

This meant that many Germans lost their homes, money and jobs.

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Give some examples of how Hitler used censorship to keep control:

• Burning books • The news • Limiting information/culture

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