Hitler's Rise to Power, Consolidation of Power and Life in Nazi Germany

The first lesson provides a detailed examination of how the Nazis capitalised in the years following the Wall Street Crash, leading to the Backstairs Intrigue and Hitler becoming Chancellor in 1993.

The second lesson examines how Hitler consolidated his power once he had become Chancellor by looking at the events that followed such as the Reichstag Fire, The Enabling Act and the Night of the Long Knives.

The third lesson focuses on life in Nazi Germany by examining: Economic policies, Standards of living, Women, Nazi Culture, Racial persecution: Jews and ‘alien’ groups, The Final Solution and the Effects of war on civilians and the Economy.

Relevant hyperlinked videos are also included throughout each of the three lessons.

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Created: Aug 29, 2017

Updated: Mar 10, 2019

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