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Social Control in Germany 1933-1939

Summary: Assessment of the key features of Social Control that allowed the Nazis to maintain control of Germany between 1933 and 1939.
In order for the Nazis to maintain control in Germany, they had to employ aspects or features of Totalitarianism. Most of these features are methods of Social Control. These methods are Propaganda, Education, Repression, Personal Rights, Youth, Racism and Militarism.

Hitler's Master Propagandist, Joseph Goebbels, had a huge part to play in Hitler's plans for social control. Goebbels had total control of the media under the title, `Reich Minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda' which he was rewarded with on the 13th March 1933. He used radio, cinema, publishing and press to convey messages to the public. Goebbels controlled the industry of film, radio and press in the way that only pro-Nazi themes and ideas were used. He decided to censor anything that was deemed by the Nazis as being acceptable. This meant any ideas that contradicted a Nazi view were eliminated.

Goebbels soon created a "pseudo-religious cult" of...

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