|A strange question for a
and one that is probably more appropriate to IB History. Some
historians used the concept of 'totalitarianism' to draw comparisons
between different single-party states, whether fascist or communist.
States were said to be 'totalitarian' because they had apparently
'total' control over peoples' lives. The activity in Grey and Little
(50) will get you to identify the 'totalitarian' features of Nazi
Germany and lead you to inevitable conclusion that it wasn't
||Grey and Little (50)
"'A weak dictatorship' or
'masters of the Third Reich'? Which is the more accurate description
of the Nazi leadership in the period 1933-45" Essay by Martyn
Housden. (Potential IB students only)
The Nazis: a warning from history Episode 2 'Chaos and
Consent'. Part 2.
Check out the BBC
website that accompanies the series. It includes the
complete text of the book of the series and many useful links.