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  Hall of World War II
29 Germany and Soviet union agree on the partition of Poland
Nazi Germany launches “Sichelschnitt” invasion of Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France.
11 Nazi Germany and Italy declare war on United States, and United States declares itself at war with them.
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  Nazi Germany information - Search.com
Nazi Germany, or the Third Reich, refers to Germany in the years 1933–1945, when it was under the control of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP)), or Nazi Party, with the Führer Adolf Hitler as chancellor and head of state.
Germany invaded the Soviet Union on 21 June 1941 and on the eve of the invasion, Hitler's former deputy, Rudolf Hess, attempted to negotiate terms of peace with the United Kingdom in an unofficial private meeting after crash-landing in Scotland.
West Germany recovered economically by the 1960s, being called the economic miracle (German term Wirtschaftswunder), which was kickstarted by the economic aid of the United States of America through the Marshall Plan, and upheld thanks to fiscal policy and intense labor, eventually leading to labor shortages.
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  Homosexuals: Victims of the Nazi Era
Homosexuality outside Germany (and incorporated Austria and other annexed territories) was not a subject generally addressed in Nazi ideology or policy; the concern focused on the impact of homosexuality on the strength and birthrate of the Aryan population.
Nazi leader Hermann Göring used trumped-up accusations of homosexual improprieties to unseat army supreme commander Von Fritsch, an opponent of Hitler's military policy, in early 1938.
Research on Nazi persecution of homosexuals was impeded by the criminalization and social stigmatization of homosexuals in Europe and the United States in the decades following the Holocaust.
www.holocaust-trc.org /homosx.htm   (1427 words)

  
  Nazism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazi ideology was overwhelmingly shaped by one man, Adolf Hitler, who joined the Nazi party when the ideology was young, and went up the ranks to be leader of the movement.
Nazi thought, an extension of various philosophies, came together at a critical time for Germany; The nation had just lost World War I and was in the midst of a period of great economic depression and instability.
Nazi mysticism is a term used to describe a philosophical undercurrent of Nazism which denotes the combination of Nazism with occultism, esotericism, cryptohistory, and/or the paranormal.
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 Nazi Germany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazi Germany, or the Third Reich refers to Germany in the years 1933–1945, when it was under the control of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, NSDAP), or Nazi Party, with the Führer (leader) Adolf Hitler as chancellor and head of state.
Germany invaded the Soviet Union on 21 June 1941 and on the eve of the invasion, Hitler's former deputy, Rudolf Hess, attempted to negotiate terms of peace with the United Kingdom in an unofficial private meeting after crash-landing in Scotland.
The persecution of minorities and "undesirables" continued both in Germany and the occupied countries and from 1941 onward, Jews were required to wear a yellow badge in public, and most were transferred to ghettos, where they remained isolated from the rest of the population.
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 Nazi Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Template:History of Germany Nazi Germany or the Third Reich commonly refers to Germany in the years between 1933 and 1945 when it was under the firm of Adolf Hitler 's dictatorship and the totalitarian ideology of National Socialism (a variant of fascism).
The Nazi regime was characterized by political of every aspect of society in a for racial (Aryan Nordic) social and cultural purity.
The Nazis were no less cruel their own population as they carried out T-4 Euthanasia Program which killed off dozens of thousands disabled and sickly Germans in an effort “maintain the purity of the German Master race (German: Herrenvolk)”; as described by Nazi propagandists.
www.freeglossary.com /Nazi_Germany   (2238 words)

  
 Nazi germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Nazi meetings of the point of view of the loudspeaker: Everything was not well in 1937.
Ceremonies for youth: Rites Nazi of the passage as of 1939.
Nazi commemoration of the dead war: A speech of the sample as of 1944.
nazi.floparty.info /nazi-germany.htm   (2984 words)

  
 sociology - Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany, or the Third Reich, commonly refers to Germany in the years 1933–1945, when it was under the firm control of the totalitarian and fascist ideology of the Nazi Party, with the Führer Adolf Hitler as dictator.
The Germany economy was later transferred to the leadership of Hermann Göring when, on October 18, 1936, the German Reichstag announced the formation of a Four year plan to shift the German economy towards a war production base.
The persecution of minorities continued both in Germany and the occupied areas, from 1941 Jews were required to wear a yellow star in public and most were transferred to Ghettos, where they remained isolated from the rest of the population.
www.aboutsociology.com /sociology/Nazi_Germany   (2674 words)

  
 Nazi Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ideologically, the Nazis endorsed the concept of "Großdeutschland", or Greater Germany, and believed that the incorporation of the Germanic people into one nation was a vital step towards their national success.
Germany invaded the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941 and on the eve of the invasion, Hitler's former deputy, Rudolf Hess, attempted to negotiate terms of peace with the United Kingdom in an unofficial private meeting after crash-landing in Scotland.
The government of Nazi Germany gradually formed into a process known as "working towards the Fuehrer." Although Hitler was the undisputable ideological force behind the third Reich, as leader of the country, he was very lazy, especially in the pre-war years, spending much of his time relaxing in his mountain retreat.
www.tocatch.info /en/Nazi_Germany.htm   (6160 words)

  
 ::Nazi Germany - Dictatorship::
Nazi Germany under the leadership of Hitler soon became a dictatorship.
Germany had fair elections; nobody had their right to vote abused; there were numerous political parties you could vote for etc.
In this sense, Nazi Germany was a nation run on fear of the government.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /Nazi_Germany_dictatorship.htm   (1062 words)

  
 NAZI GERMANY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Blamed for the defeat of germany during the war and for the crippling terms of the Treaty of Versailles, Weimar Germany, as the Republic is known, was to have an all too short history.
Germany was finally allowed to become a member of the league of nations in 1925 as a result of the Locarno treaties.
Many groups within Germany blamed to fledgling government for the harsh terms imposed by the treaty and opposition to the government was both open and violent: with varying amounts of success over the period of the republic's life.
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 Nazi Medicine and Public Health Policy
Nazi Germany also pioneered what we now call experimental epidemiology: two striking papers -- a 1939 article by Franz H. Müller of Cologne, and a 1943 paper by Eberhard Schairer and Erich Schöniger of Jena -- presented the most convincing demonstrations up to that time that cigarettes were a major cause of lung cancer.
The Nazi state was supposed to be a hygienic state; Nazism was supposed to be "applied biology" (Fritz Lenz coined this phrase in 1931).
Nazi legal philosophy tended to blur the distinction between insanity and criminality, but it is a distinction we must keep clear.
www.adl.org /Braun/dim_14_1_nazi_med.asp   (3820 words)

  
 Germany Under the Nazis, 1933-1945
At first Jews were not sent; the Nazis first focused on the intelligentsia and their political enemies.
Germany was well on the way to rearmament when Hitler looked to Austria as the next step in his plan.
Hitler demanded that Nazis in Austrian prisons be released and Nazi officials appointed to key positions.
www.worldwar2database.com /html/nazis.htm   (1539 words)

  
 Nazi Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Nazis were one of a number of political movements in Munich during the initial chaotic period (1919-1923) of the Weimar Republic.
However, a Nazi attempt at a seizure of the Munich and Bavarian government in 1923 was thwarted.
In 1934, he purged the Nazi Party of all potential dissenters, including some of the original party members, in a "night of the long knives" during which about a thousand party members were executed.
www2.sunysuffolk.edu /westn/nazi.html   (2101 words)

  
 Nazi Germany -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Some of these children were taken home by their mothers to be raised; some were adopted or fostered by German families; others remained in children's homes until after the war, when more were found families (often in foreign countries, even with Allied soldiers), although others spent their entire childhoods in children's homes.
The babies were often adopted by Nazi families, because public hostility to their collaborationist mothers made living in their home countries impossible.
This was done without the knowledge of the real persons (whose identities were changed by the Nazis when they were adopted, although they might have discovered their birth identities and pre-adoption histories in adulthood).
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 Nazi Germany: The Decrees of 1933
One of the most repressive acts of the new Nazi government, this one allowed for the suspension of civil liberties in the wake of the false crisis created by the Nazis as a result of the fire that gutted the Reichstag (parliament) building on the previous day.
Although Hitler won the office of German chancellor in legal fashion (the Nazis, after all, were the largest group in the Reichstag or lower house of parliament)), he was, of course, determined to rule Germany without the restraint of a democratically elected parliament.
This was achieved by calling a new election (which increased the Nazi vote) and using force and intimidation against the existing parties, especially those of the Socialists and Communists, many of whose elected representatives were jailed as political enemies or forced to flee the country.
web.jjay.cuny.edu /~jobrien/reference/ob60.html   (789 words)

  
 Nazi Germany
The die-hard reactionaries believed that Germany was defeated in the First World War not through any lack of military strength but because the Socialists, Catholics, Jews had 'stabbed Germany in the back' by their revolution in 1918.
The Nazi government aimed to abolish the Treaty of Versailles, bring about the union of all Germans in a single German state (the Grossdeutschland) and, in order to provide for additional living space for the nourishment of the future generations ('Lebensraum'), Hitler proposed to conquer eastern Europe.
In 1937, resenting the Nazi interference with the Catholic control of education and the youth movement, the Pope issued the encyclical known as "With Burning Sorrow" condemning the Nazi doctrine of state and racial superiority.
www.thecorner.org /hist/total/n-german.htm   (5790 words)

  
 Nazi Propaganda (1933-1945)
The 1936 Nazi farmers rally: Agriculture for the Nazi cause.
Ceremonies for the youth: Nazi rites of passage from 1939.
Nazi commemoration of the war dead: A sample speech from 1944.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm   (2303 words)

  
 Holocaust Timeline: The Nazification of Germany
Germany steadily began rearmament of its military, in violation of the 1919 Treaty of Versailles
Nazis immediately claimed that this was the beginning of a Communist revolution.
Nazi antisemitic legislation and propaganda against "Non-Aryans" was a thinly disguised attack against anyone who had Jewish parents or grandparents.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /holocaust/timeline/nazifica.htm   (1452 words)

  
 Nazi Germany
The terrible reality of the Nazi period in Germany - their deathly human experiments and euthanasia.
Chilling facts and true information on the Nazi who reigned in Germany in 1933-1945, from your Guide.
Nazi deeds - deathly human experiments and stolen gold, from your Guide.
www.germanculture.com.ua /library/links/nazi.htm   (133 words)

  
 FORCES International - SMOKING AND HEALTH PROMOTION IN NAZI GERMANY
In Nazi Germany, then, the efforts to prevent smoking occurred during a period when right across the western world cigarette smoking was increasing dramatically.
The failure of smoking rates to fall in Germany in the way they have fallen in several other countries is attributed by Brenner to the relative lack of public health initiatives aimed at preventing smoking in Germany.
The history of smoking and health in Germany, which cannot be taken to start in the post war world with a population free of restrictions on smoking, shows the inadequacy of simple diffusion models.
www.forces.org /articles/art-fcan/nazi2.htm   (2276 words)

  
 Mapping under the Third Reich: Nazi Restrictions on Map Content and Distribution
In restricting distribution of detailed maps to the public, Nazi cartographic policy recognized the importance of scale by drawing a sharp line at 1:300,000.
Long-range plans called for standardizing Germany’s cadastral maps, which could then be used to compile the 1:5,000 basic topographic map.
Nazi cartographic police recognized the importance of scale by drawing a sharp line at 1:300,000.
www.sunysb.edu /libmap/coordinates/seriesb/no2/b2.htm   (1691 words)

  
 Nazi Germany Essays
This investigation presents the main elements of Nazi education, and the attitudes of the children living under the regime.
Germany had been devasted by World War I and the Treaty of Versailles and Germans were hungry for some type of new leadership.
The rise of Nazi Germany took place in part because of the strong desire among Germans for social movement, nationalism and the swastika represented the struggle and the belief in a supreme race.
www.bookrags.com /essay/Nazi_Germany   (380 words)

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