Nuremberg Rallies Case Study

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Hitler and Fascist Germany

BBC - iWonder -Adolf Hitler: Man and monster

The Inter-War Years

Ten Minute History -The Weimar Republic and
Nazi Germany

Rise to Power

The Rise of Evil (2003)

Made From History -The Nazi Rise to Power Explained

How did he become Chancellor?

Establishing a dictatorship

The Enabling Act, 23 March 1933



Persecution of the Jews

Hitler: The Rise of Evil is an award winning Canadian TV miniseries. It explores Adolf Hitler's rise and his early consolidation of power during the years after World War I and focuses on how the embittered, politically fragmented and economically buffeted state of German society following the war made that ascent possible. Major events shown in the later stages of the film are the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor of Germany, the Reichstag Fire, the announcement of the Enabling Act, the Night of the Long Knives, and finally the death of President Hindenburg and subsequent burial in the Tannenberg memorial, where Hitler declares the "1000-year Reich" as his voice is drowned in the chants of "Sieg Heil" from an adoring crowd.

Church-State Relations

Hitler and the Churches


Dr. Joseph Goebbels

1936 Berlin Olympics

Hitler's Children

Case Study: The Nuremberg Rallies

​Miss Stout's History Class

​PDST -The Nuremberg Rallies

Nuremberg - City of the Nazi Rally

The Holocaust

What was the Final Solution?


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