Bundle of 2 - World War II - Hitler & Assassination Attempts

Bundle of 2 - World War II - Hitler & Assassination Attempts
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This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - Hitler & Assassination Attempts. The presentations together number 49 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs.

Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was one of the most powerful and infamous dictators of the 20th century. After World War I, he rose to power in the National Socialist German Workers Party, taking control of the German government in 1933. Adolf Hitler, and his top aides, had dreams of building their own empire not unlike the British Empire, a Reich that would last 1,000 years and to do that it had to be done through war!

He believed that Germany should fight wars for vast tracts of land to enable its people to settle on them, raising large families that would replace casualties and provide soldiers for the next war of expansion.

The first would be a small and easy war against Czechoslovakia. The second, really difficult one against France and Britain. A third war would follow against the Soviet Union, which he assumed would be simple and quick and would provide raw materials, especially oil. The fourth war against the United States. That war would be simple once Germany had the long-range planes and super battleships to fight a power thought inherently weak but far distant and possessing a large navy.

His establishment of concentration camps to inter Jews and other groups he believed to be a threat to Aryan supremacy resulted in the death of more than 6 million people in the Holocaust.

The tide of the war turned following an invasion of Russian and the U.S. entry into battle, and Hitler killed himself shortly before Germany’s defeat.

Power point #1 is entitled, World War II - German Military Leaders - Adolph Hitler and contains 27 slides and covers the following:

Early Years
Early Military Experience
World War I
Hitler Enters Politics
Beer Hall Putsch
Hitler’s Rise to Power
Hitler Gains Control
Hitler Gains Total Control
Social Reforms Enacted
Racial Hygiene
Hitler’s Dream for Germany
Hitler’s Plan for Conquest
The Plan Unfolds
Germany Invades Poland
Western Invasion Delays
France Falls
Britain Won’t Surrender
Invasion of Russia
No Retreat Allowed
The Holocaust
Hitler Was Wrong
End of Presentation

There were numerous attempts to Assassinate Adolph Hitler. With few exceptions, all occurred with in the German Reich and by citizens of the Reich.

Before 1933 and before Hitler seized power in Germany, there were 4 documented attempts, including one with poison in the Hotel Kaiserhof in 1930. After 1933, there were at least 10 attempts, including one by an unknown SA man in Obersalzberg and another by the Luttner group in Königsberg.

The two most notable attempts were the attempts on November 8, 1939 and July 20.1944.

Power point #2 is entitled, World War II - European Theater - Assassination Attempts on Hitler and contains 22 slides and covers the following:

November 8,1939
Bomb Explosion
British are Blamed
Cover Up
False Arrest
Unsolved Story
July 20, 1944
Plans for Assassination
Bomb Explodes
Overthrow Failure
Hitler & Fate
Other Attempts to Kill Hitler
Attempts: 1934 -1937
Attempts: 1939 -1940
Attempts: 1941 – 1943
Attempts: 1943
Attempts: 1943 -1944
Hitler Commits Suicide
End of Presentation

This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading....World War II.
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