I protocols of the elders of zion 1 hoax guidebook

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i. Protocols of the Elders of Zion 1. Hoax guidebook for the Jews to take over the world E. Left for Munich in 1913 i. Joined the Bavarian Army; fought on Western Front 1. Iron Cross- most distinguished recognitions in german military 30. NATIONAL SOCIALIST GERMAN WORKER’S PARTY (NAZI PARTY) A. Infiltrated Deustsch Arbeiter Partei (1919) i. German Workers Party B. Beer-Hall Putsch (1923) i. Stormed into the beer hall with men with machine guns and took over the podium to take over the Bavarian ministry of defense ii. Attempted to take over the Bavarian Government iii. Mexican stand-off between Hitler and his men vs the State Police iv. Hitler and his associates were put on trial and were imprisoned (Landsberg am Lech) v. Writes Mein Kampf while in prison 1. Illustrates what his plans are 2. Takes about how the Jews were to blame and how they cannot be trusted 3. Plan to unify German-speaking areas—Austria and Czechoslovakia 4. Building up military 5. Remilitarizing the Rhineland 6. Land for German expansion (lebensraum) lands especially to the east need to be cleansed vi. Released from prison after 8 months 31. NAZI’S RISE TO POWER A. First steps i. Great Depression was central to Nazi’s rise 15
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1. Unemployment—Wiemar government blamed ii. Election of 1932- Nazis promised government funded programs to get jobs iii. Hitler appointed chancellor 32. CONSOLODATION OF POWER A. Enabling act (1933) B. Extra legal power was given to chancellor 33. CONTROL A. By 1934, Nazis had complete power in Germany i. Dachau (1933) 1. Prison for political prisoners and homosexuals ii. Nuremburg Laws 1. Stripped german jews if citizenship 2. Couls not work in public jobs iii. Military 1. Hitler rearmed 2. Alliances a. Anti Comintern Pact with Japan b. Berlin- Rome Axis 3. Remilitarized the Rhineland 4. All of the above violated the treaty of Versailles 34. NAZI PROPAGANDA A. Tool with which to build support and legitimize regime- to Germany and rest of the world—books, magazines, newspaper, TV i. Nuremburg Rallies (city of Bavaria) 1. Triumph of the Will (Leni Riefenstahl) ii. 1936 Berlin Olympic Games 1. Olympia (Riefenstahl) a. Politicized the games b. Nationalistic i. “Deutschland Uber Alles” 16
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