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1

What were Hitlers aims

To pull Germany out of the Great Depression and to create more jobs for Germans
And to make Germany a great military power

2

What was the Purpose of the DAF

To ‘protect’ workers, took over the roles of trade unions

3

Who was the Leader of the DAF

Dr Robert Ley

4

What Tactics did the DAF imploy

They replaced trade unions so they could control workers

5

What were the positive points of the DAF

It allowed a large number of people to get employed, and improved housing.
The SDA (beauty of labour) improved working conditions for workers

6

What were the negative points of the DAF

Workers were lowly paid and couldn’t leave a job unless the government said so.

7

What was the Purpose of the KDF

It took care of workers leisure time, meaning the state would allow workers to earn a holiday away from Germany

8

Who was the Leader of the KDF

Dr Robert Ley

9

What Tactics did the KDF employ

They provided cheap holidays to win support.
And it put on shows for workers

10

What were the positives of the KDF

They offered free leisure activities for workers

11

What were the negative points of the KDF

The Volkswagen car scheme, made it so that workers could put some of their money forward to getting a car. This was a scam and all the money was instead out toward building tanks, planes etc...