HIS1285ZimMidRev1

4 jews major source of germanys problems however jews

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Unformatted text preview: ing of the Navy, Army, and Air-Force. QUESTION 3: QUESTION #3 1920 Party Program – 1) Demanded abrogation of Treaty of Vaersailles and restoration of German colonies. 2) Vague demands for supremacy of state as well as subjection of individualism to a common good. 3) No interest, no large retail stores, no working-class movements. 4) Jews = major source of Germany’s problems. (However, Jews were only mentioned occasionally and indirectly) 5) Jews could only be alien guests of Germany, but not German citizens. 6) Recent Jewish immigrants had to be returned to countries from which they had emigrated. Mein Kampf – 1) Feelings and emotions more important than thought. 2) Concentrate on only one enemy – “the Jew” – and attack all others through him. Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com HIS1285ZimMidRev1.pdf Page 6 of 12 HIS 1285 – The Holocaust Professor Zimmerman Fall 2003 Midterm Essay Review Questions 3) “Fuehrer State” – A society of racial brothers manipulating the state machinery under the guidance of a charismatic leader. 4) Purity of German race superior to all other races. 5) Need for...
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