9th Grade History On WW1-WW2 Part 2

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  • 1
    Which did not appeal to the nationalists from the 25 point program?
    Jews should not be German citizens
    Abolish treaty of Versailles
    Special law for foreigners
    All German people should be united in one country
  • 2
    From Hitler's 25 point program which did not appeal to socialists?
    Immigration should be stopped
    Public industries should be owned by the state
    pensions should improve
    farmers should be given their land
  • 3
    From Hitler's 25 point program what did not appeal to the racists?
    Abolish treaty of Versailles
    Jews should not be German citizens
    Immigration should be stopped
  • 4
    The Nazis did not appeal to who?
    Working men who voted communist & intellectuals such as students and university professors
    Rich people worried about communism
  • 5
    The Nazis were popular with all but who?
    Lower middle class (plumbers, shopkeepers,)
    Working men who voted communism
    Nationalists/ racists
    Rich people worried about communism
  • 6
    How did the Nazis deal with their opponents?
    Hang them
    Kick them out of town
    Used paramilitary Sturmabteilung (SA: stormtroopers)-brown shirts
  • 7
    Who were "untermensch"?
    The poor people
    The rich people
    Jews & Slavs(Czechs, Russians & Poles)
  • 8
    What's an extremist?
    A person who holds extreme or fanatical political or religious views
  • 9
    What was the Nazis first called?
    German workers party
    German anti communists party
    Rebellion group
  • 10
    In 1928 how many seats did the Nazis gain in an election?
  • 11
    How many seats out of the 491 were Nazis?
  • 12
    Who was the 8th largest party?
  • 13
    Nazi newspaper and party banned. Lifted in 1925 then Hitler made a speech and was then banned for 2 years from giving speeches. When was this after?
    Ruhr crisis
    Munich Putsch
  • 14
    The Nazis did not appeal to who? And they were more likely to support left wing parties (social democratic )
    Working class
  • 15
    1925 persuaded authorities to lift ban of Nazi party. In 1926 Nazi organizations abolished to try and appeal to certain interest groups except?

    Teachers league
    Nazi student league
    Women's League
  • 16
    What happened at the Bamberg conference?
    Nazis took over
    persuaded members of the party to re-adopt the 25 points
    Nazis were voted into leading
  • 17
    Each regional organization(Gau) put under control of a party..What was this?
  • 18
    The Nazis offered things to the working class, which was not one of them?
    profit sharing
    promised to tackle unemployment
    Promises of nationalisation of industries
    Help for small businesses
  • 19
    What did the Nazis offer the Middle class?

    Help for small businesses break up large department stores
    Reverse of treaty of Versailles
    Restriction on foreign imports
  • 20
    What did the Nazis offer farmers?
    Help for small businesses
    Farmers restriction of foreign imports
    Emphasis on Family life
  • 21
    What did the Nazis offer Women?
    Emphasis on family life/ self discipline
  • 22
    What did the Nazis offer nationalists and the German armed forces?
    More spending into taking care of people after war
    Improving working conditions
    reverse on treaty of Versailles
  • 23
    In The Elections in September 1930, how many seats did the Nazi's win?
  • 24
    In July 1932, How many seats did the Nazi's win?
  • 25
    Who was Papen?
  • 26
    In November 1932 how many seat did the Nazi's have?
  • 27
    What was the Emergency Decree of 1933?
    Gave Hitler the chance to be President
    Suspension of civil rights
    Hitler became chancellor
  • 28
    The Enabling act of 1933 allowed for all but?

    state department/s of Germany
    Political parties
    Hitler to Lock up the Jews
    Destruction of trade unions
  • 29
    Who was responsible for the Reichstag's fire?
    Marinus van der Lubbe
  • 30
    How many communists were arrested/imprisoned after the Reichstag fire?
  • 31
    When was the Reichstag fire?
    Before the election of March 1933
    May 5th 1985
    April fools
  • 32
    What gave police the power to search homes, confiscate property, and detain people without trial. It also prevented opponents of Nazis from holding public meetings and arrest communists.
    Hitler being chancellor
    Enabling act
    Decree for the protection of the people/state
  • 33
    What gave Hitler the power to ban 81 communists deputies and with support of other parties(Nationalists) & communists gone they had a ⅔ majority in the March 1933 elections
    Enabling act
    Disabling act
    Locarno treaty
  • 34
    In the night of the long knives Himmler and Goering convinced Hitler Rohm was a threat to His power so he was killed who else was killed?
    Strasser & politician von Schleicher
    Himmler & Goering
    Hindenburg & Strasser
  • 35
    Hindenburg's died August 1934 led to Hitler becoming what? He was Now combined the office of Reich president and Reich Chancellor and unchallenged fuhr/leader of Germany

    President of Germany
    Chancellor of Germany
    Dictator of Germany
  • 36
    Some Christian ministers criticized the regime who was one of them? From 1933 onward, at least 11 attempts made to shoot/kill him with explosives.
    Pastor Marlon Neymar
    Pastor Martin Neimoller
    Pastor Martin Naymoller
  • 37
    ‘operation valkyrie’ . Claus von Stauffenberg (army officer) left a bomb in a briefcase then left room in east Prussia. What was this?
    April 1944 bomb plot
    July 1944 bomb plot
    Stresa front
  • 38
    Hitler signed a _____ with catholic church allowing it to keep control of its schools if it stayed out of politics
  • 39
    Two people led a student group in Munich- white rose movement . They were executed in 1943 for anti-Nazi activities . Who were they?
    Rosa Parks
    Hans and Sophie Scholl
    Sara and Emily
  • 40
    What groups spread anti-Nazi propaganda and in 1944 took part in an attack where Gestapo officer was killed,
    some arrested and 12 publicly executed?

    Navajos and Sophie
    Navajos gang and Edelweiss Pirates
    White Rose Movement
  • 41
    A paramilitary wing of the Social Democratic Party sabotaged railway lines and acted as spies who were they?
    The Navajos
    The Reichsbanner
    The Idleness pirates
  • 42
    What was the secret police used to search out opponents?
    Informers were used to uncover any attempts to organise opposition and could arrest people on suspicion and torture them for information
    send to concentration camps without trial or explanation
    The SS
    The SA
  • 43
    Death Camps were Established after the______ Conference in January 1942 .
  • 44
    On April 24 1934, something new was introduced and tried 16,342 individuals and condemned 5,243 to death (most from 1942 onward).
    The People's court
    Hitler's court
    The Reichstag
  • 45
    Who was In charge of ministry for people's enlightenment and propaganda?
    Josef Goebbels
  • 46
    _______ rally (every summer)
    Brought colour/excitement to people's lives
    gave a sense of belonging to a great movement
  • 47
    In Berlin, German team won 33 gold, 26 silver, 30 bronze metals more than any other team. Jesse Owens, a black American won 4 gold medals and broke 11 world records. Where was this?
    Berlin Games
    1936 Olympic Games
    1938 Olympic Games
  • 48
    A Jew killed a German diplomat in Paris this was used as an excuse to launch revenge. 91 were murdered and hundreds of synagogues were burned, 20,000 taken to concentration camps. What was this called?

    Germany-jew feb 1934
    Kristallnakt Jan. 1945
    Kristallnacht Nov. 1938
  • 49
    1942- Jews rounded up in Germany and rest of Europe and sent to extermination camps, what was this called?
    The Final Straw
    Extermination of the Jews
    The Final Solution
  • 50
    Who was a Jewish refugee who also demonized and excluded groups of people from society?
    Salmon Rapldeht
    Donald Rump
    Raphael Lemkin
  • 51
    Who were also target in Turkey during WW1?
    German colonists
    Armenian Christians
    Combadian people
  • 52
    What group was targeted in Africa by German colonists?
    Cambodian people
  • 53
    Who was targeted by their own government ( 1970s)?
    Cambodian people
  • 54
    What group was targeted by Serb Christians?
    Bosnian Muslims
    Serb Muslims
  • 55
    Who was targeted by Hutus in Rwanda ( 1990s) and called 'cockroaches by their African Hutu neighbors.

  • 56
    What groups were murderously targeted in Darfur by Arab militias from 2003?
    Spanish groups
    African groups
    African tribal groups
  • 57
    What is totalitarian?
    Leader has some control
    Leader has total control of the government and its people
    Many have control over the government
  • 58
    What was Leipzig Meuten?
    Young people rebelling
    Mostly middle class
    Mostly working class, parents socialist
  • 59
    What was the BDM?
    Hitlers secret army
    League of German maidens
    Youth group
  • 60
    Schools run by the Lander. What's Lander?
    Local state governments

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