Essay on Hitler 's Germany : The Nazi Rule

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Hitler’s Germany Question 13

In the years 1933 to 1945, different Germans benefited in different ways from Nazi Rule. Throughout these years, the benefits the German workers received is hard to conclude due to fabricated Nazi figures and schemes, such as the Volkswagen scheme, along with realistic economic success, such as the Labour service Corps. Unemployed people benefited from these schemes, becoming employed, and so did Nazi part members, but many Nazi opponents such as political members and Jews, were definitely worse off under Nazi rule. However, it is fair to say in the war years of 1939 to 1945, the benefits of Nazi rule decreased for all Germans, Nazi, or otherwise. All figures shown by the Nazis in the years 1935 to 1939 show that Nazi Germany had produced an economic miracle in Germany. 6 million unemployed Germans in 1935 (due to the Wall Street Crash, and a failed Weimar Republic) dropped down to 300,000 Germans in 1939; this was the fastest recovery in terms of employment from the Wall Street Crash in Europe. There are no figures from the war years, but it is fair to assume that there was full employment within that time. These figures show that Germany’s economy was re-building, benefiting all Germans. This economic miracle was due to several Nazi plans. One key plan was the creation of Autobahns around Germany, many motorways which boosted transit, economy, and employment. Another scheme was the Nazi plan of Autarky; self-sufficiency. This was to stop…

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