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Germany was a country fraught with tensions-social political allegiances spit the country apart Religion divisions made a protestant and Catholic population divided while protestant tended to be proNazis the Catholics - pro Centre political party- less so The German communist party KPD played off the success of Bolshevism with such a large industrial work force the KPD and social democrats stood as immediate opposition to HitlerThis threat was short lived with non-nazi parties being dissolved those not complying with Nazism left the country ended up in concentration centres Hitlers support came from the Mittelstand and from areas of the rural peasantry although this social class on the whole disagreed with Nazism due to centuries of catholic faith Hitlers Germany was not one in any sense This was Hitlers goal Unity Volksgemeinschaft the Volk one people a social revolution which heralded the break down class boundaries He also wanted revenge against Versailles all allegiances would be with the leader furher Hitler wanted to destroy the social eliteidealising clean honest citizens in the peasants blood and soil Nazi loyalty also lay with disillusioned Weimars failings workers and shopkeepers The volk was to represent a people of one identity one of true German descent The Nazis believed in racial purity - no room for non-Germans under Nazism Meaning blacks to Jews being squeezed out of Germany How did he go about this The working class stood opposing the regime being communist With such large numbers the nazis had to target them - Hitler had to create a disciplined workforce to benefit the economy rearmament Nazism combined welfare and material benefits for the disheartened workers labour schemes fulfilled the nazi battle for work 6 million unemployed fell Kraft duch fraud strength through joy rewarded loyalty with state-sponsored luxuries holidays 180000unto art exhibits Workers reaped rewards of Nazism on a superficial level-improved economy meant job stability etc never did workers really adapt to Nazism disillusionment
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