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1

what were the 2 long term causes for the Munich Putsch

the loss of the war /ToV
resentment of Weimar Republic

2

what were the 2 short term causes for the munich putsch

1923 Germany was chaotic because of the Ruhr Crisis and hyperinflation

Hitler exploited hatred of the WR

3

what was the medium term causes of the munich putsch

1921-22 nazis were heavily influenced by fascists in Italy led by Mussolini

4

what were the 4 successful consequences of the munich putsch

Hitler only served 9 months in jail
wrote Mein Kampf in prison
realised nazis must grow power democratically not with violence
ban on NSDAP lifted

5

what were the 5 main ideas of Mein Kampf

nationalism
aryan race
socialism
totalitarianism
traditional values

6

what is meant by nationalism in mein kampf

reversing the ToV , building army , invading communist Russia and to conquer more lands for german people

7

what is meant by the arian race in mein kampf

the aryan race was destined to rule the world but jews wanted to weaken aryan race and take over

8

what is meant by socialism in mein kampf

using wealth of germany to benefit working people

9

what is meant by totalitarianism in mein kampf

removing democracy and ruling with one leader

10

what is meant by traditional views in mein kampf

string christian family with clear gender roles

11

what were the 3 main ways the nazi party reorganised

nazi organisation
leadership
developing support

12

give 2 ways the nazis reorganised

Germany was split into 35 Gaue with local leaders called Gauleiters

German Women’s order and Hitler Youth set up

13

how many members in the nazi party by 1929

100,000

14

give 3 ways the nazis reorganised through leadership

1926 Bamburg conference
made Gauleiter of Berlin
Hitler removed Ernst Rohm as leader of SA and set up SS

15

how did the nazis reorganised through developing support

Goebbels put in charge of propaganda
propaganda promised various groups various things

16

what year did the nazis get 3% of votes

1928

17

what were the 3 main reasons the nazis weren’t voted for between 1924-1928

Golden Years
War hero Hindenburg
Struggle to gain support

18

explain why the nazis dissent get votes because of the golden years

since stresemann improved the economy there was less support for extremist groups

19

explain why Hindenburg causes the nazis to get less votes

he was a well respected president who increased the WR’s popularity

20

who did the nazis struggle to gain support from and why

they struggled to gain support from the working class because the economy was strong

21

when we’re the Nazis lean years

1924-1928