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Topic 15 The Rise of Nazi & Appeasement

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Vasilis Dimitriadis

Topic 15The Rise of NaziAppeasement NAZIs riseThe National Socialist German Workers PartyHitler promised EVERYTHING to EVERYONEHitler argued Germany did not lose WWI Germany was stabbed in the backHitler blamed in on JewsGerman Bolsheviks most important opponents of GermanySent to jail in 1923 wrote Mein Kampf New direction of Germany creation of LebensraumLebensraum living spaceGermany needed to grow not to the west but to the eastThe East was occupied by subhumans inferior races Slavs GypsiesIn fact the East Ukraine has the richest lands in EuropeCoincidence the east was ruled by The Soviet UnionCommunists within Germany were JewsThese were the objective of his foreign policy until he died1928 The Second BookPin down some dates as by what time he should achieve his objective very tangible Based on these two books the whole Nazi leadership were brought to trial against humanity International background during NaziGermany actually faced quite good situationRussia was backward weak communist state isolated by EuropeAustria collapsed German soil and infrastructure were intactAllies themselves were bickering over the Treaty of VersaillesUS pulled out leaving France and Britain never agreeing on each other Questions for Hitler What approaches should Hitler take Four Stages of Hitlers foreign policy 1 Cooperation from Jan the year he elected to March when he reached total popularity 2 Limited cooperation testing of the international system 3 Increased Testing and Aggression 4 Open aggression Stage OneFirst meeting Germany attended under Hitler disarmament 1933Britain proposed F to cut down to 200000 raising G to 200000 parity between G and FHitler accepted hoping F would be angry and rejected it which was exactly what happenedFrance agreed to accept after 4 years of suspension to see how well G behavedThis French rejection was taken advantage of by HitlerNonAggression Pact 1934 with Poland stunning everyoneWhat he wanted was to show his willingness and good cooperation
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