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To what extent did the Nazi regime change the lives of ordinary German people between 1933 and 1939?
From 1933 to 1939 Hitler aimed to achieve a "social revolution" in Germany. Through his concept of volksgemeinschaft, meaning 'people's community,' he hoped to transform Germany into a strong country based on traditional peasant values. Historians have debated how far Hitler actually achieved a "social revolution." Some, such as Schoenbaum have argued that Hitler's "social revolution" was a fake perceived as being real due to the influence of Hitler's propaganda.
Hitler wanted Germany to be a classless society. He believed that if he made everyone equal, it would be easier to control them…
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- To what extent did the Nazi regime change the lives of ordinary German people between 1933 and 1939?
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