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Nazi Germany 1933-45 Source Work
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Specimen Materials 65
History Oxford, Cambridge and
Nazi Germany 1933-45
(a) Study Source B.
From this Source and your own knowledge, explain why, in the summer
Hitler was keen to stress that 'Revolution is not a permanent state; it must not
into a lasting state'. (line 3)
(b) Study Source A.
How completely does this Source reveal Hitler's intentions as leader of Germany
(c) Study Sources C and D.
Compare Hitler's intentions and aims in 1936 as shown in these Sources and
(d) Study all the Sources.
Using all these Sources and your own knowledge, explain Hitler's aims and
as leader of Germany in the period 1933-1939.
It is recommended that you spend one half of your time in answering Part (d).
Specimen Materials 66 ?OCR 2000
History Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations
Hitler's Claims about German Interests
Source A: Hitler appeals to the nation.
The National Government will therefore regard it as its first and supreme task to restore to the
German people a unity of mind and will. It will
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