Nazi Germany Positive And Negative Effects On The World War I

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Life in Nazi Germany had many positive and negative effects on the people that were living there between 1933-1939. The treaty of Versailles was when Germany was in great despair. The Germans had to pay back repatriations for losing the war, they lost territory, accepted the blame for causing World War I and there was also the near elimination of the Germany army. This all lead Germany into suffering badly through the Great Depression. The Nazi party and their leader Adolf Hitler brought the Totalitarian rule into place and promised the German people a better life. Totalitarianism was used by the Nazi party to have control of education, militarism, propaganda, economic policies and their power to elimination any of the opposition. The positive impacts under the Nazi rule were full employment and economic growth, increase in national prestige and pride, huge successful at hosting the Olympics in 1936 and regaining lost territories. The negative impacts under the Nazi rule were persecution of minorities, economic growth focused on the militarily, expansionism as the path to war and loss of the personal freedom. Overall, rule of Totalitarianism that Adolf Hitler made caused some of the worst moments for the German people living between 1933-1939.
Conditions in Germany in 1930-1933
Between 1930-1933 Germany suffered from cruel conditions after they had to sign the Treaty of Versailles. The Great Depression also lead Germany into economic despair and the weakness of the Weimar
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