Topic 20 Discussion 104 Totalitarianism

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Topic 20 Discussion 104 Totalitarianism: Germany’s Third Reich 1. The rise of Adolf Hitler a. Non-descript early life b. Dislikes i. Nobility ii. Mixed nationalities iii. Marxism iv. Jews v. Capitalism vi. Socialism vii. Cosmopolitanism viii. Internationalism ix. Hybridization c. Race conscious d. Anti-Semitic e. Volunteered for the German army i. Injured in a gas attack ii. Decorated iii. Invigorated f. Postwar experiences led him to Munich, Bavaria i. Hive of displaced political agitators
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ii. Joined the German Workers’ Party iii. Party became the National Socialist German Workers’ iv. Discontent was focused on the Weimar Republic v. Private armies began to organize (Brown shirts) g. Nazi party declared the national revolution i. Beer hall putsch ii. Suppressed by police iii. Hitler went to prison for less than a year 1. Mein Kampf 2. Weeks of trial 3. Hitler gained national notoriety h. Germany stabilizes the economy and begins rebuilding i. Nazism fades into the background i. Depression hit i. Germans began looking for a target to direct their discontent
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