IBDP History Chapter 2.2 Notes

the impact of nazism on german foreign policy: the origins, 1918–1933

STUDY NOTES FOR HISTORY CHAPTER 2.2 – THE IMPACT OF NAZISM ON GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY: THE ORIGINS, 1918–1933

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The notes of “The impact of Nazism on German foreign Policy: the origins, 1918-1933” starts with a timeline of major events that took place in Japanese history from 1918 to 1933. This timeline helps students memorise the important dates and understand the key events better. The notes start with a detailed discussion on The Treaty of Versailles and how the aftereffects of the First World War and it’s impacts on Hitler’s foreign policy. Following this, the economical and political factors that lead to the rise of fascism in Germany is discussed in detail.

The reasons of Hitler’s rise as the leader of the nation is also discussed in detail.  The impact of the Great Depression on the Nazi Party is also discussed. The notes are colour coordinated and bulleted for easy comprehension. The historical debate of whether Hitler had a clear plan for achieving his foreign policy goals when he took power in 1933 is also discussed in detail.

The notes end with an acronym specifically curated to help you review and remember the concepts longer. The bulleted key points will help you formalise the understanding of these important concepts in a systematic manner.