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Department
History
Course
HIST 1031
Professor
Robert Savage
Semester
Spring

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Nazi Germany In 1929, the crash of the stock market ended all economic progress and caused a world-wide economic depression - Unemployment in Germany skyrocketed The most radical of the right wing parties in the 1930 elections were the Nazis and were supported by the middle class, while the working class supported the communists. The Nazis appeal to unemployed workers by giving them a sense of purpose through national pride. - Hitler also exploited middle class fear of communism and offered them a s
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