BC: Bibliography: http://www.history.com/topics/nazi-party http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Nazi_Party_Badge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_Germany http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_Party http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_salute http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_concentration_camps
FC: Nazi Culture | Amy Baker
1: Table of Contents | Values- pg. 2 Norms- pg. 3 Symbols- pg. 4 Language/Location- pg. 6 Material Items- pg. 7 Demographics- pg. 8 History- pg. 9 Adolf Hitler- pg. 10 Nazi Concentration Camps- pg. 12
2: Values | Nazi Motto: "One People, One Realm, One Leader" | Biological Racism | Antisemitism | Nazi's believe in white supremacy and that the "Aryan" race is the masterful race. Nazi's are in favor of people with blue eyes and blond hair. | Nazi's are very discriminative of the Jewish Race. They despise the Jewish heritage and have gone to extreme measures in the past to banish them.
3: Norms | Seig Heil: Nazi ritualistic chant used at mass rallies | The Nazi culture requires their signature salute when greeting accompanied with saying "Hail Hitler" to bring honor to their leader. | "Hail Victory!"
4: Symbols | Swastika | National Insignia | symbolizes the Nazi party and is placed on the Nazi flag and on their badges and armbands. | Represented Nazi Germany during World War II
5: Salute | 88 "Hail Hitler" | Known as the Hitler Salute, it was used as a greeting in Nazi Germany. | A greeting used in Nazi Germany along with the salute. Used to signal obedience for their leader, Adolf Hitler
6: Language | German | Location | Germany | "Hail Hitler!" | "Hail Victory" | The Nazi Culture is still prevalent today in: Germany, The United States, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, and the Ukraine. Of all the countries, Germany is the most prevalent place for the Nazi Culture.
7: Material Items | The badge to the left is an important badge in the Nazi culture, signifying one's importance to the party. The armband below is worn by all Nazi party members.
8: demographics | The Nazi Culture is typically composed of German male and females with blue eyes and blond hair to establish the "Aryan" race. Nazi's range from all ages. Men are the leaders in this culture and women have very little rights.
9: history | The Nazi Culture was created in 1919 after Germany was dissatisfied with the Treaty of Versailles. Adolf Hitler joined the party later on and ruled from 1921 to 1945 where he established antisemitism in Germany. | Today, the Nazi culture is banned from Germany and other countries, but there are still people who support the culture's ideals. These people are called neo-Nazi's.
10: leader | Adolf Hitler | The infamous leader of the German Nazi party, Adolf Hitler reigned from 1921 to 1945. He contributed to the rise of fascism, lead Germany in WWII and is responsible for the death of 6 million Jews in the Holocaust. He committed suicide on April 30. 1945 as an act of resignation in WWII.
12: Nazi Concentration Camps | The Nazi Culture is most remembered for the Holocaust. Nazi's opened concentration camps during WWII to hold prisoners who were against their regime. At these camps, prisoners were forced into hard labor, and starvation. Prisoners were also succumbed to disease and experimented on. A total of 6 million innocent people were killed in these camps which were opened from 1939-1942. | Pictured above is the entrance to the largest concentration camp, Auschwitz. The sign reads: "Work Sets You Free."
13: Along with the Jewish population, the Nazi Concentration Camps also held captive political prisoners, criminals, homosexuals, gypsies, and the mentally ill.