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How Valid is the term 'totalitarian' in describing the nature of Nazi control of Germany after 1933? by Mind Map: How Valid is the term 'totalitarian' in describing the nature of Nazi control of Germany after 1933?
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How Valid is the term 'totalitarian' in describing the nature of Nazi control of Germany after 1933?

Propaganda

Cheap radios - Goebbels created the Reich Radio company. AS only 25% of Germans owned radios, the government produced cheap sets. By 1939 70% of the population had radios. There was no escaping the Nazi message as loudspeakers were installed in factories, cafes and offices.

Political posters

Nurmeburg rallies

Speeches

Indoctrination

Schools

The military

After the Night of the long knives and the removal of the SA the army swore an oath of allegiance and personal loyalty to Hitler.

Youth

Boys

Girls

Opposition in the Youth came fromm such groups as the Edelweiss Pirates ,, the swing groups and the white rose group

Nazis wanted to use education to consolidate the Nazi system and indoctrinate the youth with Nazi ideals. In order to achieve their aims teachers had to reinforce Nazi beliefs and values.

Fear and Terror

The SA and SS

Concentration Camps

The Gestapo

Coordination (Gleichaltung)

The Gleichaltung was the Nazification of society, ensuring cooperation with the regime.

The idea was to merge German society with Nazi party institutions and associations with the aim of allowing Nazis to conrol cultural, social and educational activity. however the first concern was political.

In some areas the Nazis did have control, however they did not control the church, army or big businesses and had only partial control of civil service and education.

Events

Reichstag Fire

Night of the Long Knives