World War Two - Hitler's Speech on the Treaty of Versailles - Source Analysis - This 5 page World War Two (WWII) document contains the transcript of a speech by Hitler in regards to how he felt about the Treaty of Versailles and how it impacted Germany. The speech is brief but engaging and will give your students a great insight into how Hitler, and many Germans, felt about the Treaty of Versailles and the extent to which the Treaty of Versailles was a cause of World War Two (WWII).
The document comes with 8 analysis questions that will require your students to think critically and to analyze the message and purpose of the speech by Hitler. The questions focus on the themes of the Treaty of Versailles, German nationalism, and the the treaty as a cause of World War Two (WWII).
A great tool for learning about the views of Hitler, the rise of the Nazi Party and the role of the Treaty of Versailles in causing World War Two (WWII)!
This resource is best used when students have already learned about the Treaty of Versailles. Please check my store for my "Treaty of Versailles and Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points - Comparison" for an assignment that will teach your students about the Treaty of Versailles.