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Edit Comment Close By: kanchanaprabhala (20 month(s) ago) well done ashita Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Note: the “ ” are videos………..double click on them to watch it if they do not play by themselves.: Note: the “ ” are videos………..double click on them to watch it if they do not play by themselves.PowerPoint Presentation: The making of Adolf Hitler and the birth and rise of NazismPowerPoint Presentation: If the video does not play by itself then double clickPowerPoint Presentation: Hitler’s Rise To PowerPowerPoint Presentation: Hitler's Early Life At 6:30 p.m. on the evening of April 20, 1889, he was born in the small Austrian village of Braunau Am Inn just across the border from German Bavaria. His father, Alois , was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and her unknown mate, which may have been someone from the neighborhood or a poor millworker named Johann Georg Hiedler . His mother, Klara Pölzl eventually gave birth to two boys and a girl, all of whom died. On April 20, 1889, her fourth child, Adolf was born healthy and was baptized a Roman Catholic. Throughout his early days, young Adolf's mother feared losing him as well and lavished much care and affection on him. His father was busy working most of the time and also spent a lot of time on his main hobby, keeping bees. Baby Adolf had the nickname, Adi . When he was almost five, in 1893, his mother gave birth to a brother, Edmund. In 1896 came a sister, Paula. In May of 1895 at age six, young Adolf Hitler entered first grade in the public school in the village of Fischlham , near Linz Austria.PowerPoint Presentation: At age six, Adolf’s father retired. This meant a double dose of supervision, discipline and regimentation by the teachers and the father. The children had farm chores to perform along with school work. Alois ,13, left home. Adolf at 7, was in line for the same treatment. The family moved to Lambach . This meant an end to farm chores. Hitler did well in school and took part in the boys' choir. At age 9, he was caught smoking a cigarette by a priest having forgiven. He was an argumentative little ring leader who liked to hang out with 'husky‘ boys. He was quick to anger and spoiled by his mother. Hitler family soon moved to Leonding . Another change of school. He got good grades and was good in drawing. Hitler once came across a picture book on the War between the Germans and the French. He read it over and over and liked it. Hitler at 11, took the side of the Boers against the English and never tired of playing war. Edmund, age 6, died of measles. Adolf’s 'pretend' death now had to confront genuine death. The boy was buried. Neighbors said that Adolf was seen at night. Hitler’s BoyhoodPowerPoint Presentation: His grade school years were coming to an end and he had to choose which type of secondary school to attend, classical or technical. Hitler wanted him to become an artist but his father wanted him to follow in his footsteps and become a civil servant and sent him to the technical high school, in 1900. He was very lonely and extremely unhappy. He did quite poorly his first year. There were frequent arguments at home between Hitler and his father over his his second year at the high school as the oldest boy in his class since he had been kept back. He managed to get better grades in his second year, but still failed mathematics. Another interest surfaced at this time, German nationalism. The area of Austria where Hitler grew up is close to the German border. Many Austrians along the border considered themselves to be German-Austrians. Hitler's father had worked as an Austrian Imperial customs agent encouraged his rebellious young son to give his loyalty to the German Kaiser. German Nationalism quickly became an obsession. There was another interest, the operas of German composer Richard Wagner. But now, for young Hitler, the struggle with his father was about to come to a sudden end. In January, 1903, Hitler's father died suddenly of a lung hemorrhage. Hitler’s intere stPowerPoint Presentation: The National Socialist German Workers' Party commonly known as the Nazi Party was a political party in Germany between 1919 and 1945.The party's last leader, Adolf Hitler, was appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Paul von Hindenburg in 1933. Hitler rapidly established a regime known as the Third Reich.Nazi ideology stressed the failures of laissez-faire capitalism, communism, economic liberalism, and democracy; advocated Positive Christianity; supported the "racial purity of the German people" and that of other Northwestern Europeans; and claimed itself as the protector of Germany from Jewish influence and corruption. The Nazis persecuted those they perceived as race enemies . This included Jews, Slavs, Roma, and "Mischlinge" along with Communists, homosexuals, the mentally and physically disabled, and others. The persecution reached its climax when the party and the German state which it controlled organized the systematic murder of approximately six million Jews and six million other people from the other targeted groups, in what has become known as the Holocaust. Hitler's desire to build a German empire through expansionist policies led to the outbreak of World War II in Europe German Worker’s partyPowerPoint Presentation: The Munich Putsch The Bavarian government defied the Weimar Republic, accusing it of being too far left. Hitler endorsed the fall of the Weimar Republic, and declared at a public rally on October 30, 1923 that he was prepared to march on Berlin to rid the government of the Communists and the Jews. On November 8, 1923, Hitler held a rally at a Munich beer hall and proclaimed a revolution. The following day, he led 2,000 armed "brown-shirts" in an attempt to take over the Bavarian government. The Nazi Party first won national attention in the Beer Hall Putsch of November 1923, when the Ruhr crisis and the great inflation were at their height. Hitler and his Nazis joined with General Erich Ludendorff and his conservative nationalist followers in an attempt to seize power in Munich. Once they had taken Munich, Hitler and Ludendorff planned to use the Bavarian capital as a base of operations against the republican government in Berlin. The support that Hitler and Ludendorff expected to receive from some conservative Bavarian politicians failed to materialize, and the police easily suppressed the revolt.PowerPoint Presentation: Mein Kamph Mein Kampf (English: My Struggle or My Battle) is a book written by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. It combines elements of autobiography with an exposition of Hitler's political ideology. Volume 1 of Mein Kampf was published in 1925 and Volume 2 in 1926. Hitler began the dictation of the book while imprisoned for what he considered to be "political crimes" after his failed Putsch in Munich in November 1923. Though Hitler received many visitors earlier on, he soon devoted himself entirely to the book. As he continued, Hitler realized that it would have to be a two-volume work, with the first volume scheduled for release in early 1925. The prison governor of Landsberg noted at the time that "he [Hitler] hopes the book will run into many editions, thus enabling him to fulfil his financial obligations and to defray the expenses incurred at the time of his trialPowerPoint Presentation: . Hitler's Rise to Power Once released from prison, Hitler decided to seize power constitutionally rather than by force of arms. Using demagogic oratory, Hitler spoke to scores of mass audiences, calling for the German people to resist the yoke of Jews and Communists, and to create a new empire which would rule the world for 1,000 yearsPowerPoint Presentation: .). Seeking Electoral Success: 1924-1929 In 1924, Hitler promptly reestablished the NSDAP in Munich. The party was organized according to the Führer principle: it was headed by the Führer , his deputy, and the national leadership with the Reichsleiter heading nation wide departments of the party. The regional political organization descended from the provincial level , to the county , local district, and cell to the local bloc. Party organizations, in part para -military, such as the SA, SS, HJ and the BdM , which were also organized according to the Führer principle, were closely linked to the party, as were the affiliated associations , and the professional organizations of physicians, teachers, lawyers, civil servants, etcPowerPoint Presentation: Nazi Supporters Rise to Power: 1930-1933 The Nazis gradually devised an electoral strategy to win northern farmers and white collar voters in small towns, which produced a landslide electoral victory in September 1930 due to the depression. Refused a chance to form a cabinet, and unwilling to share in a coalition regime, the Nazis joined the Communists in violence and disorder between 1931 and 1933. In 1932, Hitler ran for President and won 30% of votes, forcing the eventual victor, into a runoff election. After a bigger landslide in July , their vote declined, so Hitler decided to enter a coalition government as chancellor in January. Upon the death of Hindenburg in August 1934, Hitler was the consensus successor. With an improving economy, Hitler claimed credit and consolidated his position as a dictator. The German industrial machine was built up in preparation for war. In November 1937, he was comfortable enough to call his top military aides together at the " Führer Conference," when he outlined his plans for a war of aggression in Europe. Those who objected to the plan were dismissed.PowerPoint Presentation: Attitude of Workers Most of Germany's industrial workers continued to vote for the Social Democrats, which remained the largest party, with 143 seats in the Reichstag. However, many disgruntled industrial workers voted for the Communists, who elected 77 Reichstag deputies in place of the 54 elected in 1928.PowerPoint Presentation: Attitude of Big Business There is little evidence to support the view that Hitler received substantial financial support from big business. The conservative upper classes generally regarded Hitler as an uneducated demagogue and gutter politician.PowerPoint Presentation: Hitler personally claimed he was fighting against Jewish Marxism. His views were more or less formed during three periods: His years as a poverty-stricken young man in Vienna and Munich prior to World War I, during which he turned to nationalist-oriented political pamphlets and anti- semitic newspapers out of distrust for mainstream newspapers and political parties. The closing months of World War I when Germany lost the war; Hitler is said to have developed his extreme nationalism during this time, desiring to "save" Germany from both external and internal "enemies" who, in his view, betrayed it. The 1920s, during which his early political career began and he wrote Mein Kampf . Hitler's Political ViewsPowerPoint Presentation: Nazism was the ideology and practice of the Nazi Party and of Nazi Germany. The Nazis believed in the supremacy of an Aryan master race and claimed that Germans represented the purest Aryan nation. The Nazis claimed that Jews were the greatest threat to the Aryan race and the German nation. They considered Jews a parasitic race that attached itself to various ideologies and movements to secure its self-preservation. To rescue Germany from the effects of the Great Depression, Nazism promoted an economic Third Position; a managed economy that was neither capitalist nor communist. The Nazis accused communism and capitalism of being associated with Jewish influences and interests. They declared support for a nationalist form of socialism that was to provide for the Aryan race and the German nation economic security, social welfare programs for workers, a just wage, honour for workers' importance to the nation, and protection from capitalist exploitation. Nazism supported private property rights and the market economy. Ideology of National SocialismPowerPoint Presentation: Adolf Hitler led Germany throughout World War Two. Adolf Hitler killed himself on April 30th, 1945 - just days before Germany's unconditional surrender. Berlin was about to fall to the Russians and defeat for Nazi Germany was obvious. Hitler had no intention of letting the Russians capture him and putting him on trial - hence his suicide. If the video does not play by itself then double clickPowerPoint Presentation: ……..All great movements are popular movements. They are the volcanic eruptions of human passions and emotions, stirred into activity by the ruthless Goddess of Distress or by the torch of the spoken word cast into the midst of the people. …….Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it” Quotes B y H itlerPowerPoint Presentation: Aashita 9th A You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.