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The Nazis And The German Economy.

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The Nazis And The German Economy Course Work 1. Source b is a photograph of Hitler benign the work on the first autobahn. This shows that work was created by building autobahn. Hitler was like a god in the German eyes. To see that Hitler was working on the autobahn must meat that it was important act to make a better German. Using Hitler was a publicity scheme. 2. Source c shows that re-armament was an economic priority. It shows the percentage spent went up by seven times. This must have created more jobs in armaments. Unemployment fell quickly after 1933 by comparison with high levels seen in the year of the Weimar republic. ...read more.


This idea is shown in source D regarding that the believed that a woman should work on developing a home base work. The Nazi policies for women were based on the 3 'k' kinder, kiche, and kunche. As the rhyme mention 'you true life's work lies at home' correspond with the 3 'k'. The Nazis believed very strongly in the view of the 'natural' division between genders. They believed men were 'born' to bring food home, engage in politics and to become hero in wars while the women were intended to by nature to be housewives and mother. ...read more.


Then he goes on to say that he works harder and longer hours of the day during the end of the 1930s. The source show that how worker were not that better off under the nazis dictatorship. On the other hand this is options piece of information showing an argumentative view and litter is being supportive by evidence. Source f is comment on the German unemployment statistics by Norman Thomas an American writer. Source f is not an opinion but statistic which is supportive by evidence. The tense the writer was written as if the event had just accord. This source is useful because that it gives you the impression that Norman Thomas just wanted to tell the fact behind Germany to the American. ...read more.

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