The Rise of the Nazi Party

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1. The Beer Hall Putsch was

a Nazi celebration of their Aryan ancestry.
an attempted governmental overthrow.
the murder of Archduke Ferdinand.
the first official meeting of the Nazi party in 1928.

2. In 1933, the Reichstag (German Parliament) was burned, allowing

Communists in Germany to take over.
Hitler to become king of Germany and Austria.
Hitler to restrict civil liberties of German opponents.
Hitler to orchestrate the invasion of Poland.

3. Which of the following is true about antisemitism?

It was invented by Nazis.
It is a twentieth century phenomenon.
It is learned, not innate.
It is not a form of prejudice.

4. During the first five years immediately following the First World War, German society

attempted to reestablish friendly relations with France.
closely followed provisions set by the Versailles peace treaty.
fell into a state of internal disorder and accusation.
grew together as a united nation.

5. Hitler's political agenda was described in which book?
War and Peace
The Communist Manifesto
Mein Kampf
Das Rheinheitsgebot

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Many Germans believed that Germany had lost World War I because it had been "stabbed in the back" by which groups?
The Einsatzgruppen
Leftwing politicians
The NS Frauenschaft
The National Student League



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