Ans. Lodz and Warsaw
Ans. January 30, 1933
Ans. The Communists
Ans. Evacuation meant deporting people to gas chambers.
Ans. Nazi killing operations was called the Holocaust.
Ans. The most infamous film was ‘The Eternal Jew’.
Ans. Goebbels was Hitler’s propaganda minister.
Ans. His father was a Nazi and a supporter of Adolf Hitler.
Ans. The Spartacists founded the Communist Party of Germany.
Ans. Year 1929 is known as the beginning of Great Depression.
Ans. Hitler was born in 1889 in Austria.
Ans. Racial science was introduced to justify Nazi ideas of race.
Ans. Hyperinflation is a situation when prices rise phenomenally high.
Ans. Germany, Italy and Japan formed the Axis Powers.
Ans. Rhineland, Austria, Sudentenland and Poland
Ans. Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer influenced the racial ideology of Hitler.
Ans. Hitler believed that boxing could make children iron hearted, strong and masculine.
Ans. The Weimar Republic crushed the uprising with the help of a war veterans organisation called Free Corps.
Ans. Genocidal war means killing on large scale, leading to destruction of large sections of people.
Ans. Wall Street Exchange is the name of the world’s biggest stock exchange located in the USA.
Ans. Proletarianisation means to become impoverished to the level of working classes.
Ans. Gestapo was the official secret police of Nazi Germany and German-occupied Europe.
Ans. The treaty of Versailles was signed by the allies with Germany after the First World War.
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