Q1: According to source R1, there were two main variants of antisemitism that came together in Nazi Germany, an older one and a newer one. What were they?
Bonus for fourth point: relate a category of EIEIO (besides ideology) to each of the two types.
Hint: the first two sources in the reader emphasize one; the textbook the other.
Answer: Christian/religious, and racial [discuss R1, col. 2, "When finally the Nazis took over…"]
Possible other answers: economic (envy), foreign (communists, capitalists)
Lecture topic changed from "Antisemitism"—greater depth on L3 instead
Hitler’s path to power [finishing L3; slides]
Three longer-term developments (could have had very different outcomes):
Rise of mass parties: SPD on left, nationalist (and racist) associations on right
World War I and Versailles Treaty -> inflation and depression
more narrowly causal developments leading to Hitler attaining power:
For me, primary underlying "cause" (prerequisite): the Great War (World War I)
This was an "international" factor that gave rise to particular economic occurrences
slides of election posters, diagram of party spectrum, overlay/handout of election results
How did this happen? Hyperinflation to Great Depression
Political repercussions: instability, ultimately turmoil
The political spectrum
Reichsbanner (SPD) compared to SA
1932 Berlin rent strike with neighbors flying communist and Nazi flags