Lecture 40 Nazi Germany

Lecture 40 Nazi Germany - GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING AWARDS

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GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING AWARDS http://www.uwo.ca/sogs/Programs/gstaFo rm.html Nominations are due April 20 Final Examination : Thursday, April 16, 7pm [Thames Hall gymn]
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Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 Hitler’s long-term goals: 1. to destroy the parliamentary system of government in German and replace it with rule by his own dictatorial rule; 2. to expand the German army and create a society that was unified and prepared for war; 3. to regain the territory and rights lost through the Treaty of Versailles; 4. to create a German empire in Europe, by expelling, enslaving, and killing the peoples of Eastern Europe, and subordinating all others to German rule.
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Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 1. January 30-March 23, 1933 – ending parliamentary rule. 2. March 23, 1933-August 2, 1934 – displaying caution until Hindenburg’s death. 3. August 2, 1934-November 1937 – accelerating the pace of rearmament, breaking with the Versailles Treaty (conscription, Rhineland) 4. November 1937-September 1, 1939 – aggression
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2009 for the course HISTORY 1401 taught by Professor Nathans during the Spring '09 term at UWO.

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Lecture 40 Nazi Germany - GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING AWARDS

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