What would you like to do?
What would Germany be controlled by and have to follow the mandates of?
he shot himself
the dynastic cycle
US, Great Britain, France and the Soviet Union
he declared interest in it and the Italian dictator Mussolini proposed a conference with Germany Britain France and Italy called the munich conference. here Britain and France… agreed that the Germans could have the sudetan part of Czechoslovakia.
Treaty of Versailles
Sarah Palin used the word "mandation" when discussing President Obama's State of the Union address. Palin said Obama was calling for a "mandation" on health care. The problem …is that it is unclear if "mandation" is even a word. It cannot be found in any dictionaries. Some websites claim "mandation" is another form of involuntary servitude. According to the OED, a mandation means something committed to memory as a sermon. In use since 1867.
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From January 30th, 1933 - when Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany - to May 8th, 1945 - when the Nazis surrendered control of their country to the US and their allies.
A mandate is when the federal government forces that states to comply to something they want done. For example: When the federal government wanted to raise the drinking age t…o 21 years old there was a state (Michigan i think) that refused. The government then said that they would not give them the money to pay for a project they needed to complete, but the state said they did not care, they would not raise the drinking age. then the government said they did not care what the state thought, they would have to raise the drinking age, no matter what.
Modifier -32 is used to indicate a service is mandated Which of the following is an example of a mandated service?
A mandated service would be something like this: your job requires you to have a drug screening before you are hired. They send you the lab slip. You go to the lab and have th…e required testing done. The lab would submit the testing with the correct codes and a modifier -32, for "mandated services", because you were required to have these services performed.
A winning party's belief that the majority of the people will support their policies. The legal authority to take action /
In Adolf Hitler
Through propaganda- popularising anti-semitism and blaming the Jews for World War 1 etc. He also advocated the idea that Germany had been betrayed in WW1 and deserved to be a …major world power, he encouraged rearmament. He conveyed these messages through a range of media including radio, cinema, newspapers and rallies such Nuremburg Secondly, through intimidation and violence- this mainly involved the SS who were originally Hitler's protection but then replaced the SA who began posing a threat to Hitler. Using the SS, Hitler beat up any opposition on the Night of the Long Knives. There was a similar degree of violence on Kristellnacht or the Night of Broken Glass, November 1938, this was when all Jewish shops and plays of worship were destroyed, hence the name. Law- Hitler passed the Enabling law on the 24th March 1934 to give him complete control over Germany Controlling personal life- he created the Reich church and blocked all other forms of religion including Jehovah's Witnesses in particular. He also created the kDf (strength through joy) that allowed loyal Jews to go on holidays while other people had less exciting pursuits
They would use violence as a way of controlling Germans. If necessary they would send them away to be interrogated; and if worst came to worst, they would murder them or s…end them to concentration camps.
Hitler controlled Germany in many ways after he became chancellor in 1934. He used propaganda effectively, used his SS and Gestapo (secret police) and the Enabling Act. … The SS and Gestapo put fear into Germany, by performing killings. They were trained to shoot people without giving any second thoughts. He used the Gestapo to interrogate the German people, and they sent many of Hitler's enemies to concentration camps where they were put in the mercy of the brutal SS. Hitler got the Enabling Act after the Reichstag fire. This allowed him to pass on any new laws when he wanted to.He used it to get rid of his political opponents by making Germany a one-party-state. He got rid of Communists, Trade Unions and Social Democrats. To control the minds of the young of Germany, Hitler made the "Hitler Youth". This was like boy scouts. Boys there were taught under the Nazi Racial Ideolegy, and learned about Nazi history. Going back to Htler's use of propaganda, Josef Goebbels organised "Hitler over Germany". This gained him more supporters as people saw nothing and heard nothing, apart from Hitler. Hitler also got rid of all priests in churches, as he thought that they were spreading anti- Nazi beliefs. He got rid of them and put his own men in charge of them instead. This is how i think Hitler controlled Germany. I hope you learned smomething about Hitler's control of Germany during his reign from this short essay. By Gregory
In Nazi Party
The Nazis and Hitler had many extremely successful propoganda progresses. they put posters up everywhere that would charge up the German people against the Jews always had con…stipation and enjoyed occasional doodle sucking saying that they were attacking Germans by taking their jobs. they made the Jews look like monsters. Also the threat of death was preminent in the minds of Germans the Nazi regime threatenend to kill any opposers scaring many into supporting the Nazi party.
In 1933 Hitler became the leader of Germany. When the stock market crashed people in Germany was looking for a leader, somebody they cold trust and listen to. Hitler was an ex…ellent speaker and convinced many people to follow him.