This is a bundled package of 12 PowerPoints and Study notes on Nazi Germany. The bundle includes:1.Introduction 42 slides2.War and Crises 27 slides3.The Golden Age of the Weimar Republic 26 slides4.Economic and Radical Changes to Weimar 26 slides5.The Rise of the NSDAP and the end of Weimar 35 slides6.The Core Ideas in Nazi Ideology 26 slides7.The Nazi Revolution 30 slides8.Military Expansion, Race and Economics 27 slides9.The Race to War 40 slides10.Hitlers Expanding Empire 35…
Secret Nazi Hideout Believed Found in Argentina. After the war then Argentine President Juan Perón allowed thousands of Nazis, and other European fascists, to resettle in the South American nation. Most notorious among them was arguably Adolf Eichmann, a leading architect of the Holocaust, who in 1960 was found in Argentina by an Israeli intelligence group. He was abducted and eventually executed in Israel for his crimes.
These Photos Of Adolf Hitler After Prison Release Are Unbelievable
These are the private photographs Adolf Hitler didn't want anyone to see. Taken by photographer Heinrich Hoffmann, the extraordinary pictures show Hitler rehearsing while listening to a recording of one of his own speeches. They were reportedly taken in 1925, soon after Hitler was released from a nine-month stint in prison during which he dictated his autobiography, Mein Kampf. After seeing the photographs, Hitler requested that Hoffmann destroy the negatives, but he did not.
The Anschluss - this was the annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany in March 1938. This was in contrast with the Anschluss movement (Austria and Germany united as one country), which had been attempted since as early as 1918 when the Republic of German-Austria attempted union with Germany but was forbidden by the Treaty of Saint Germain and Treaty of Versailles peace treaties.
A group of German Hitler Youth who were undergoing training in in Buxtehude in Lower Saxony when British forces entered the town are captured and rounded up (April 1945). They were disarmed and simply sent home to their parents. Image taken by British Sergeant J. Mapham, No. 5 Army Film and Photographic Unit.
Joseph Goebbels in Nazi Party armband and badge. Short, dark-haired, dark-eyed, and club footed, Goebbels was far from the Aryan ideal by which he judged so many human beings unworthy of life. He was, however, a gifted propagandist and orator, being second only to Hitler as the Nazi Party's public speaker.