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To What Extent Was Germany a Totalitarian Society in the Period 1933-1939?

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After consolidating his power, Hitler sought to make Germany a nation a totalitarian state in which the one-party Nazi structure had absolute political authority over every aspect of 'life'.

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To What Extent Was Germany a Totalitarian Society in the Period 1933-1939?
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Politics Political philosophy Criticism of religion Adolf Hitler Chancellors of Germany Nazism Antisemitism Totalitarianism Joseph Goebbels Ian Kershaw Government of Nazi Germany Nazi Germany Hitler
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Politics Political philosophy Criticism of religion Adolf Hitler Chancellors of Germany Nazism Antisemitism Totalitarianism Joseph Goebbels Ian Kershaw Government of Nazi Germany Nazi Germany Hitler
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By suppressing opposition and making individual‟s mere pawns of the state this was partly achieved. Several strategies quickly ensured civilian support, whilst exploiting political opportunities and manipulating the economy allowed Hitler close to unlimited power within Germany. However, due to a lack of central control over the economy and inherent problems in the structure of the Nazi party, Hitler's position as leader of a totalitarian state was never complete. Historians give their accounts and opinions on Germany and whether or not it was a totalitarian state. The power of the Nazi government on the German state consequently transformed Germany into a totalitarian state. The Nazis ruthless behaviou...
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