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Year 10: Term 2: Hitler and Nazi Germany

Useful Websites

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    

German Youth        
Hitler Youth: Usefulness to the Nazis
History Learning Site: Hitler Youth
The History Place: Hitler Youth    
Nazi Youth Ceremonies      

Nazi Violence and Military Repression    
Florida Center for Instructional Technology: Nazi Terror

Holocaust The Final Solution
Jewish Virtual Library: Holocaust        
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 
Holocaust Cybrary            
The Holocaust Explained

Monash University - links to Holocaust and Genocide websites

Yad Vashem - World Holocaust Remembrance Centre

The S.S. 
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: The S.S.

Nazi Attacks on the Churches
Fordham Uni: Nazi Attacks on the Churches

National Socialism 
Fordham Uni: National Socialism    

Hitler's Appeal to a Wide Demographic
Hitler was a charismatic politician, brilliant at articulating the fears and desires of the people.
The History Place: The Rise of Adolf Hitler
The Fuhrer Myth: How Hitler Won Over the German People 

 BBC: His dark charisma 

Relevant Rhetoric: The key to Hitler's rhetoric 

Battle of Stalingrad

Essay Planning Mind Map

Suggested websites with Primary Sources


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Oliver Library Catalogue

Look here for books, eBooks, DVDs and websites.

Essay Writing Template

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.

  • Introduction
    • Background information on topic
    • Statement of your position on the topic (hypothesis or thesis)
    • Overview of arguments to be presented (structure)
  • Body paragraphs
    • paragraph 1
      • Topic sentence outlining first argument
      • Sentences giving explanations and providing evidence to support topic sentence
      • Concluding sentence – link to next paragraph
    • paragraph 2
      • Topic sentence outlining second argument
      • Sentences giving explanations and providing evidence to back topic sentence
      • Concluding sentence – link to next paragraph
    • Following body paragraphs
      • These follow the same structure for as many arguments as you wish to put forward in support of the topic.
  • Conclusion
    • Summary of the main points of the body
    • Restatement of the hypothesis

PEEL Method for Writing Your Essay

MyBib Referencing Generator

Manage your bibliography using "MyBib" - Referencing - LibGuides at  Melbourne High School

MyBib is an online referencing generator to help you with in text references and your List of References.


  • Sign up for an account so that it will store the references for your assignment. Add it to your bookmark bar to find it quickly.
  • Install the Chrome extension to make your referencing even faster.
  • Make sure everything in your Reference List has a corresponding In-Text citation in the body of your essay.

Useful Databases

If you are off-campus, and are having difficulty logging in, please use the Database Passwords document previously emailed to you by your Head of Library.

Useful Ebooks from the Catalogue

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.

To find them, go to the Oliver catalogue in the box on the left and type in your preferred search term. any ebooks will have the green 'ebook' icon  attached to them.