Test: Nazism and the Rise of Hitler (Term II)- 1


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QUESTION: 1

Answer the following in one word/one sentence:

When did Hitler become the President of Germany?


Solution: On August 19, 1934, Adolf Hitler, already chancellor, is also elected president of Germany in an unprecedented consolidation of power in the short history of the republic.
QUESTION: 2

Answer the following in one word/one sentence:

Which nation opposed the Axis powers?


Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Assertion (A) : Nazi ideas were spread only through newspapers.

Reason (R) : The Nazis made equal efforts to appeal to all the different sections of the population.

Solution: The Nazis made equal efforts to appeal to all the different sections of

the population. They sought to win their support by suggesting that Nazis alone could solve all their problems.

QUESTION: 4

Assertion (A) : Jews remained the worst sufferers in Nazi Germany.

Reason (R) : Until medieval times Jews survived mainly through trade and moneylending.

Solution: The Jews remained the worst sufferers in Nazi Germany. Nazi hatred for Jews had a precursor in the traditional Christian hostility towards the Jews. The Jews were considered as the killers of Christ and usurers. However, Hitler's hatred of Jews was based on pseudoscientific theories of race.
QUESTION: 5

______ established Dictatorship in Germany.


Solution: The famous Enabling Act passed on 3rd March, 1933 established dictatorship in Germany.

Features:

  • It gave Hitler all the powers to sideline the Parliament and rule by decree.

  • All the other political parties and trade unions were banned except the Nazi Party and its affiliates.

  • The state had established complete control over the media, economy, judiciary and army.

  • It gave the police the powers to rule with impunity.

  • It gave the power to Nazis to set up security forces and special surveillance to control and order the society in ways they wanted.

QUESTION: 6

The National Assembly met at Weimar and established a ______ Constitution.


Solution: The Weimar Republic was set up as a representative democracy which tried to give genuine power to all German adults. However, it had major flaws that contributed to its downfall in 1933-34.
QUESTION: 7

State whether True or False:

The Treaty of Versailles was a major factor of discontentment of the German population.

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Choose the correct option from Column-I and Column-II:


Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Arrange the following events in chronological order:

(1) Hitler was made Chancellor of Germany.

(2) Hitler committed suicide by gunshot in Berlin.

(3) Hitler reoccupied Rhineland.

(4) Hitler became the President of Germany.

Solution:
*Multiple options can be correct
QUESTION: 10

Answer the following in one word/one sentence:

What was the name given by Hitler to the small group called ‘The German Workers Party’?

Solution:

Adolf Hitler was enrolled for the army during the First World War. He acted as a messenger in the front and became a Corporal. He earned medals for his bravery. The German defeat horrified him and the Treaty of Versailles made him furious. Later in 1919, he joined a small group called the German Workers' Party. Workers of this party were called National Socialist. Then he took over this organisation and renamed it the National Socialist German Workers' Party. This party came to be known as the Nazi Party.

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