Asked in Decade - 1930s
Decade - 1930s
What was the name of the country the Nazis were elected into power in the 1930s?
Asked in Holocaust, Judaism, Nazi Concentration Camps
Why were Jews and other ''undesirables'' first imprisoned in concentration camps in the 1930s?
The first undesirables imprisoned in the 1930s were political opponents: in the early 1930s in Germany there was much civil unrest, with the communists fighting against the Nazis, in the streets as much as in parliament. When the Nazis were elected into power, they were able to arrest their opponents and bring peace to the nation. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2
What is the rise of nazism?
The 'rise of Nazism' refers to the steady acquisition of power in Germany of the 1920s and 1930s by the 'Nazi Party' -- a group of right-wing activists led by Adolph Hitler. The Nazis were not initially influential in Germany; however, by the end of 1933 they had acquired absolute power in their country and were soon setting their sights on expanding their power into the rest of Europe. ...
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2
What percent of the population of Nazi Germany in the 1930s was Jewish?
Using the Nazi definition of one or more Jewish grandparents, about 1.4% of the population of Germany was Jewish when the Nazis came to power in January 1933. The percentage fell quickly, as many German Jews left the country. ...
Asked in Word Games
A group of people elected to make the laws for a country?
Parliament (the group of representatives in a country can be called in different names in each country, the important is that they are the people who have been elected by the citizens to represent them in the main assembly, which has the legislative power, i.e. the branch that has the power tho make laws.) ...
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2
How did the Nazis treat the Communists?
The Nazis were rabidly, frantically, frenetically anti-Communist. ======================================== During the early 1930s both the Nazis and the Commies had gangs of 'street fighters', this was because the bad economic climate bred extremism, until the Nazis achieved political dominance these were quite equal, but as soon as the Nazis were in power they put the Communists in gaol or concentration camps. Of course the Communists were equally rabidly, etc anti-National Socialist. ...
How did Adolf Hitler become an important leader in Germany and lead the Nazis to power?
he lied about what he promished to he's country.
Asked in World War 1
Describe the rise of nazism in Germany?
The rise of the Nazis to power in Germany occurred gradually, over the course of many years. In the 1920s and early 1930s, through a tireless effort of public speaking, private collaborations, and intimidation of opponents that included violence and death, the Nazis became so influential that their leader, Hitler, was finally invited to serve as Chancellor of the German government. Once in power, Hitler and his associates utilized the same methods to gain absolute control of the country. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Bill Clinton
In which country was president clinton goal to use force to restore a democratically elected leader to power?
President Clinton's goal to use force to restore a democratically elected leader to power, was enforced in Haiti. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler
What role did the brown shirts play in the success of the Nazis?
Brownshirts is another word for the Sturmabteilung, the original paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party. It played a key role in Adolf Hitler's rise to power in the 1920s and 1930s. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Why can an elected government not act as it wants?
An elected government is held accountable for its actions because it is representing the people of the country. It's power is limited because of the accountability element. ...
Asked in Roman Empire
How did the officials who ran the roman republic get their power?
The Roman officials of the republic got their power directly from the people as they were elected. The Roman officials of the republic got their power directly from the people as they were elected. The Roman officials of the republic got their power directly from the people as they were elected. The Roman officials of the republic got their power directly from the people as they were elected. The Roman officials of the republic got their power directly from the people as they were...