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Nazi control 1933-39

History GCSE/Ormerod/Nazi control 1933-39/Opposition, resistance & conformity

Organisation/personHow did it support/oppose?
The Protestant Churches/The Reich Church [1933] In 1936 a single church was made for Germany called the Reich Church. Only priests that supported Hitler could continue to do Church services. Not all protestants accepted the Nazi state. Some Protestant Pesters set up the PEL to try to stop Nazi actions.
The Pastors' Emergency League [1933] They did not support the Nazis. They campaigned against Nazi actions.
The Confessing Church [1933] This church was for protestant people who did not support the Nazis. It was set up by the PEL.
The Catholic Church Catholic church agreed to not interfere with German politics. Pope Pius XI realised that the agreement was worthless. He released a criticising statement against the Nazis which was known as "Mit Brennender Sorge- with burning anxiety.
Secret trade union opposition The KPD continued to encourage workers to oppose the Nazis. Workers sometimes undermined Nazi building projects by staying of work sick or damaging machinery.
Secret political opposition The SPD printed an opposition newspaper, "Ped Snock Troop", with a circulation of 3,000 copies. The organisers were arrested and sent to concentration camps. The SPD leaders then set up SOPADE- the SPD abroad-to campaign against Nazis.
Secret army opposition Few army officers opposed the Nazis. General Ludwig Beck was chief of staff in 1938, he tried to get fellow officers to arrest Hitler. He sent a message to the British, saying that the German army wouldn't fight if Britain attacked Germany.
Opposition amongst the young Some young people (such as the Edelweiss Pirates) were opposed to Nazi youth groups. Many also objected to Nazi polices.
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