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Revision with Sources – History

In our History class we have worked in groups of two, we scan some QR Codes and worked on the sources given there. I worked together with Bautista Olaizola and we joined with other groups that had the same topic that were Pancho Mosquera, Agustin Segura, Luna Perez Muñiz and Agostina Alday


Source 1: This is a primary source because it is a photograph originally taken in Hitler’s times. Here we can see German women exercising for school. The value that the photograph had was that if it was published through Germany, people would be proud of their children and of  the new education methods put up by Hiler. One of the most important things that Hitler had in mind were the children and their education since they would be the future of the country.  He wanted every child to grow up fit and already brain-washed with his political ideas, this photograph is evidence that he was succeeding in his objectives.

Source 2: This source is Primary because it is a picture when the Nazis started to be welcome in every place. In the picture a woman is saying hello in a friendly way, like giving support. In this source we can see that the Nazis had the support of the German people. The majority of the Germans liked a powerful army. In the picture a woman is greating a Natzi soldier

Source 3: This source is Primary because it was seen by the population in the streets, here you can see an example of propaganda. This one was spread by goebbels to make Germany look like a country in which children and mothers would be safe and healthy. Also showing off the Law for the Encouragement of Marriage. This law stated that all newly married couples would get a government loan of 1000 marks which was about 9 months average income.

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