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HST802 Totalitarianism In Power

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Department
History
Course
HST 802
Professor
Tomaz Jardim
Semester
Winter

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Week 2 Totalitarianism in PowerMonday January 16 20121104 AM Totalitarianism State has no limit to power control both public and private affairs Germany Adolf HitlerDuring 19331936Diplomatic RevolutionNazi party was most popular party by vote reason for Nazi vote1Patrioticpride for country Promises to rectify German state due to Treaty of Versailles poor living standard of the Weimar Era due to post WWIoHitlers Foreign Policy that allowed undoing of Treaty of V without violence2Fear of Communist society3Propaganda for raceNazi Volksgemeinschaft Utopian racial community welfare for AryansoVolks People Germany surrounded by hostile states after WWIFrance Austria UKEurope of 1933 UK France Soviets and USADid NOT want to participate in another world war was still rebuilding forcesAllowed Hitler to make bold moves in undoing the bonds of Versailles as no one wanted to start another warAvoid war in the beginning until Ger
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