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CLIP 3275

Making Germany strong again in 1930s

Making Germany strong again in 1930s
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Key Info
  • Making Germany strong again in 1930s
  • Duration: 03:43
  • The Germans' support for Hitler gradually forged a belief war was the only possible course of action to make Germany strong again. This belief was fed by the deep desire for revenge after the Versailles Treaty. Norah Waln, an American woman living in Germany during the 1930s, is stunned by the strength of the belief ordinary Germans had in their leader, and is appalled to learn of their total faith in him.
  • Subject:

    History

       Topic:

    Weimar and Nazi Germany

  • Keywords: Nazi, re-armament, war, Hitler, revenge, belief, revenge
Ideas for use in class
  • Students could use this clip as a springboard into some research to prepare for a debate/piece of extended writing entitled 'War was necessary to make Germany strong again'. See all the other clips about Nora Waln's experiences in pre-war Germany: #3256, 03271, 03272, 03273 and 03274
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 4x3

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