General Sites on Nazi Germany
der Spiegel: The Story Behind Hitler's Rise to Power
BBC Bitesize: NaziGermany
Calvin College: Nazi Propaganda
Slate: How Hitler Conquered Germany
Nazi and East German Propaganda Page Guide
Holocaust Museum: Nazi Propaganda
History Learning Site: Propaganda in Nazi Germany
Holocaust Research Project: Nazi Propaganda
Nazi Violence and Military Repression
Florida Center for Instructional Technology: Nazi Terror
Nazi Attacks on the Churches
Fordham Uni: Nazi Attacks on the Churches
Hitler's Appeal to a Wide Demographic
The History Place: The Rise of Adolf Hitler
The Fuhrer Myth: How Hitler Won Over the German People
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History Essay (From QUT Library)
In this type of essay, you are required to take a position on a topic, and present arguments which support your position.
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We now have many ebooks on Nazi Germany. Specific ones include: The Treaty of Versailles, Auschwitz, The Dresden Bombing, Hitler Youth, Berlin Olympics, Josef Mengele, Operation Barbarossa and more.
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SAMPLE PLANNING STRUCTURE
Key Question: What were the Nazi death camps and their conditions like, and how effective were they?
The 3-Part Introductory Paragraph (BAM example):
Background: To the anti-Semitic Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Jews were an inferior race, an alien threat to German racial purity and community. After years of Nazi rule in Germany, during which Jews were consistently persecuted, Hitler and his henchman eventually devised a “Final Solution” to the Jewish “problem” which involved the establishment of death camps such as Auschwitz, Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor.
Argument or Hypothesis: In a war of many atrocities, the concept, implementation and effectiveness of these Nazi death camps continues to horrify the world.
Main Points or Signposting: This claim will be supported through an examination of the reasons for and process of establishing the camps, conditions for those living in these camps, and the effectiveness of the camps in achieving their goal.