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NaziRearmament
By:MilagrosMontanelli,FlorClaps,MartinaIbarbia,GonzaloCrinitiand
VigneshManwani
Topicstobediscussed
➔ Termsofthetreatyofversailles.
➔ Hitlercametopowerandstartedrearmingin1933.
➔ Peoplesupportedrearmame...
Termsofthetreatyofversailles
➔ germany’s armedforces:
◆ limitedthearmyto100,000
◆ conscription wasbanned
◆ germanywasnotal...
Hitlercametopowerandstartedrearmingin1933.
➔ Mostimportantobjective:rearmGermany.Inordertodosohehadtoviolatethetreatyof
Ve...
➔ Theplanwasthatbytheendof1937Germanywouldhaveanarmyof300,000men,organizedinto
21divisionswhichcouldbreakinto63divisionsdu...
WhatHitlerdid Whathebroke Whatcouldhavehappened
Introducedconscription TreatyofVersailles Francecouldhaveinvaded,this
coul...
Peoplesupportedrearmamenttogetridofunemployment
unemploymentwasahugeprobleminGermany.atleast6milliongermanswereunemployed....
Reactionofthepopulation:
➔ Themajorityofthepeopleweregladtohavesecurejobs
➔ industrialworkershadregularwork,buttheyhadlost...
conclusionofthechangesinunemployment
➔ By1939therewerefewerthan350,000peopleunemployed.
➔ Thepeoplewhowereunemployedwerepe...
Withdrawalfromtheconferenceandtheleaguein1933.
Equalityofarmaments
INOctober,Hitlerwithdrewfromtheconferenceandtheleague.
...
Non-aggressionPactwithPoland,1934
Nowarfor10years.
PolandandFranceinvadeGermany
Hitlerlikedthese‘bilateral’treatiesbetween...
HitlerheldarallycelebratingGermany'sarmedforces
In1935HitlerformedahugemassivemilitaryrallytocelebrateGermany'sarmedforces...
➔ 1936,heintroducedtheconscription tothearmy.Hitleroutloutaspeechsayingthathewould
breakthetermsofTheTreatyofVersailles.
➔...
British-Germannavalagreement
➔ 1935:BritainsympathisedwithGermany
◆ TreatyofVersailles
◆ Communism
➔ Navalagreement:increa...
Conscription:
➔Conscription forbidden.
➔Rearmament secretly.
➔Reintroduced conscription.
➔Soldiers grew in amount.
➔Right ...
Summary
https://youtu.be/sGZueuWeUdc
TheEnd
Nazi rearmament 1935 by  milagros montanelli, flor claps, martina ibarbia, gonzalo criniti and vignesh manwani (1)
Nazi rearmament 1935 by  milagros montanelli, flor claps, martina ibarbia, gonzalo criniti and vignesh manwani (1)
Nazi rearmament 1935 by  milagros montanelli, flor claps, martina ibarbia, gonzalo criniti and vignesh manwani (1)
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Nazi rearmament 1935 by milagros montanelli, flor claps, martina ibarbia, gonzalo criniti and vignesh manwani (1)

  1. 1. NaziRearmament By:MilagrosMontanelli,FlorClaps,MartinaIbarbia,GonzaloCrinitiand VigneshManwani
  2. 2. Topicstobediscussed ➔ Termsofthetreatyofversailles. ➔ Hitlercametopowerandstartedrearmingin1933. ➔ Peoplesupportedrearmamenttogetridofunemployment. ➔ HitlerlefttheLeagueafterwithdrawingfromthedisarmamentconference. ➔ Non-aggressionpactwithPolandin1934. ➔ HitlerheldarallycelebratingGermanarmedforces.1935 ➔ BritainsignedanavalagreementwithGermany1935. ➔ Hitlerreopenedconscription1936.
  3. 3. Termsofthetreatyofversailles ➔ germany’s armedforces: ◆ limitedthearmyto100,000 ◆ conscription wasbanned ◆ germanywasnotallowedarmouredvehicles,submarinesoraircraft ◆ thenavycouldonlyhavesixbattleships. ➔ Germany´sreaction
  4. 4. Hitlercametopowerandstartedrearmingin1933. ➔ Mostimportantobjective:rearmGermany.Inordertodosohehadtoviolatethetreatyof Versailles. ➔ Aftergettingthechancellorpost:stoppedpayingreparations.withdrawfromtheleague.No moremilitarydisarmamentdiscussions ➔ Grwassoonengagedinaprogramarofindustrialmilitaryoutput
  5. 5. ➔ Theplanwasthatbytheendof1937Germanywouldhaveanarmyof300,000men,organizedinto 21divisionswhichcouldbreakinto63divisionsduringwartime.Thiswasthedefensive. ➔ Offensivecapabilitywouldbeaddedbetween1938-41.
  6. 6. WhatHitlerdid Whathebroke Whatcouldhavehappened Introducedconscription TreatyofVersailles Francecouldhaveinvaded,this could’veparalyzedGermany's industryintheRuhr,whichwas partoftheRhineland,whichwas ademilitarizedzone. RemilitarizedtheRhineland TreatyofVersailles GermanycouldhaveLosther industrialcapacityintheRuhr
  7. 7. Peoplesupportedrearmamenttogetridofunemployment unemploymentwasahugeprobleminGermany.atleast6milliongermanswereunemployed.during hiselectionhitlerpromisedthepeople“workandbread”,andhisintentionsfromthebeginninghad beentoreduceunemployment,createjobsthroughconscription andfinallyachieveagermanythat waseconomically“autarky”. Rearmamentcreatednewjobs: ➔ manufacturingarms ➔ supplyingrawmaterial ➔ manufacturingmilitaryequipment(tanks,submarines,etc)
  8. 8. Reactionofthepopulation: ➔ Themajorityofthepeopleweregladtohavesecurejobs ➔ industrialworkershadregularwork,buttheyhadlosttheirrights ➔ largebusinesseswereprospering,butsmallbusinessesandthemiddleclassesweresqueezedout ofthemarket. ➔ asregardsfarmers:theywereprovidedwithaidfromthegovernment,theyweretoldwhatto growandhowmuchtogrowanddictatedtheirprices. ➔ Thecountrygrewasthecountrypreparedforwarandrearmament.
  9. 9. conclusionofthechangesinunemployment ➔ By1939therewerefewerthan350,000peopleunemployed. ➔ ThepeoplewhowereunemployedwerepersecutedbytheSSbecauseofbeing“lazy”. ➔ Inordertoachievegerman’sself-sufficiency,Germanysearched forartificialingredientsto replacethingslikeoil,rubber,textilesandcoffee.Thisdidn’twork.Agriculturesuffereddue toashortageofworkersandmachinery. ➔ Germanycontinuedtoimportalotofgoods(suchas:butteroilandvegetables).in1939,itwas importing33percentofitsrawmaterials.
  10. 10. Withdrawalfromtheconferenceandtheleaguein1933. Equalityofarmaments INOctober,Hitlerwithdrewfromtheconferenceandtheleague. TheBritishtriedtogetGermanytoreturntotheconference. inApril1934Francewithdrewfromtheconference. ➔ itwreckedtheconference ➔ itlefthimfreetorearmhoweverhewanted ➔ itdroveawedgebetweentheFrenchandtheBritish ➔ British hadagreedthatthearmsclausesoftheTreaty weretooharsh.
  11. 11. Non-aggressionPactwithPoland,1934 Nowarfor10years. PolandandFranceinvadeGermany Hitlerlikedthese‘bilateral’treatiesbetweenhimselfandanotherpower. ➔ easternbordersafeandgavehimtimetorearm ➔ underminedtheprincipleofcollectivesecurityoftheLeague ➔ dividedthecountriesalliedagainsthim ➔ whenhewasready,hesimplyinvadedPolandanyway.
  12. 12. HitlerheldarallycelebratingGermany'sarmedforces In1935HitlerformedahugemassivemilitaryrallytocelebrateGermany'sarmedforces. People thoughttheybelongedtosomethingimportant. TherallyHitlerheldin1935wasthenumberseven.Itwascalledthe“rallyoffreedom”
  13. 13. ➔ 1936,heintroducedtheconscription tothearmy.Hitleroutloutaspeechsayingthathewould breakthetermsofTheTreatyofVersailles. ➔ Manyothercountriesusedrearmamenttofaceandfightunemployment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnHeX4OHIqo
  14. 14. British-Germannavalagreement ➔ 1935:BritainsympathisedwithGermany ◆ TreatyofVersailles ◆ Communism ➔ Navalagreement:increasenavy ◆ reactionoftheFrench
  15. 15. Conscription: ➔Conscription forbidden. ➔Rearmament secretly. ➔Reintroduced conscription. ➔Soldiers grew in amount. ➔Right move. ➔It made him very popular in Germany.
  16. 16. Summary https://youtu.be/sGZueuWeUdc
  17. 17. TheEnd

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