Germany - National Studies

Changes to German society
Historian Benard Norling observation that “The Nazis tried to exploited all   the divisions of Germany,”, demonstrates the impact the Nazi Party had on German society. These include introduction of laws, Sheer force,   the working class (urban and agricultural), the German youth,   art   and women. All expeirccaed changes in there lives. The Nazi propaganda machine enforced German national pride such as anti semitsm and future aspirations rapidly changes the lives of German society
Hitler wanted complete control of Germany indeed thus he needed the opposition to be silenced. A fire in the Reichstag buildings provided him with the ideal opportunity to take the initiative. sHe convinced Hindenburg to sign an emergency “Law for the protection of the People and State” which allowed “4000 communists to be flung into prison. Inn a stroke Hitler had annihilated the most potential threats to his leadership. In 1934 elections the Nazis received 44.5 5 of the votes had clear majority and no longer needed the support of the president. This was quickly followed by the enabling act giving the governing coalitions to pass laws without presenting them to the Reichstag or the president. The result was the banning of all opposition who were deemed to be unsympathetic towards Nazi policy. When hidnerbug passing allowed hitler to become fureur. Such swift actions left the Nazi Party with little political opposition, certainly no legalized opposition. Hitler now had a one party state and total control and the German socity would have no choice but to have him as the one and only leader.
Hitler believed that the “pillars of our Volkstum (nation)” lay with the farmers and the workers. The Nazi party made it their primary goal, to formulate their social image in association to the worker and farmer. This was mainly done through the triumph of propagandistic showmanship. By the end of 1933, The Nazi Regime had succeeded in joining the bourgeois, the worker and...