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Nazi Control Techniq

Nazi Control Techniques

The Nazis stressed the importance of Community
How did the Nazis define the community? Those loyal to Hitler and the Nazi Party.
In what ways could people contribute to the community? Serve the Nazi party - be in the military, work in weapons factory, spy on neighbors
What was Hitler's ultimate goal? Create individuals who were physically and mentally alike.
What other countries used control techniques like Nazi Germany? Soviet Union under Stalin and Italy under Mussolini
The Nazi party represented _________ % of the German population 10%
Why did the Nazis eliminate all other political parties? Brainwashed people into believing that Hitler knew best and Hitler eliminated anyone who disagreed with him and his ideas
How was voting handled in Nazi Germany? It was rigged. You could only choose a Nazi.
What does infallible mean? You don't make mistakes.
What does "downgrade the individual mean"? Nazis placed the accent on the community.
Why did the Germans believe that Hitler was infallible? The Germans believed that Hitler was "The Chosen One", "divinely inspired" and therefore, did not make mistakes.
Who did Hitler include in the "community"? It only consisted of those of the “Aryan Race”. Hitler defined this group as pure-blooded Germans with blond hair and blue eyes who were superior to other races and destined to rule the world.
Is there such a thing as the Aryan Race? No, the Aryan race is imaginary.
How did Hitler misuse the term "race"? The term race does not apply to Jews because Judaism, like Christianity or Islam, is a religion, not a race. Additionally, there is no scientific evidence to support claims that any race is superior or inferior to others.
Nazis relied on this rather an intellect? Emotion
The Nazis equated justice with military force
What is propaganda? Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.
What were examples of propaganda used by the Nazis? Massive rallies including thousands of people, huge banners, swastikas, bands, marching soldiers.
What is "Double Talk"? Say one thing, but do the exact opposite
What is the "Big Lie"? The bigger the lie, the more likely people are to believe it.
Created by: Barbara Conway



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