Rise Of Nazi Dbq

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The rise of the Nazi Party from 1933-1945 had a profound impact on the lives of many people throughout Europe. Innocent people including over a million children suffered at the hands of the Nazis. The Nazis slowly changed life politically, economically, and socially for many people. The rise of the Nazi party changed people in many ways especially the Jews. One of the ways were politically, The Jews weren’t able to have a citizenship and not were able to vote. In Document 3, it states, “Native Jews were precluded from citizenship… [And]... Jews were denied the right to vote.” This shows how the rise of Nazis affected the Jews and how they were discriminated against. Second ways were through economically, everyone had a job since Hitler took over but was not able to leave their job or be fired so they had to work even though they were sick. Also, all the people were told not to shop in Jewish store, this affected their economic business of not able to make a profit from their businesses.…show more content…
Since Hitler was control of Nazis part, the children 's joined the Hitler Youth where they learned outdoor skilled. The boys also faced military-style drills. The girls were used to go door to door collecting for the many Nazi charities. The children of Jewish have to wear a badge of identification. Document 7 states,” In may 1942, all Jews aged six and older are required to wear a yellow star of David on their clothes to set them apart from non-Jews.” This quote shows how the children were discriminated against. Document 11 shows a picture of Jewish Children and wearing badges. Overall, the Nazis party was a bad influence to the people and the children. But the party 's rise to power was rapid. Before the economic depression struck, the Nazis were practically unknown, winning only 3 percent. Then, in the 1932 elections, the Nazis won 33 percent of the votes, more than any other
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