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Section 1: How effectively did Hitler establish and consolidate Nazi authority 1933-45?
Aims of the Nazis
Nazi admission to power in 1933
Nazi consolidation of power
Hitler and government
The Police State
Section 2: To what extent did the Nazis transform German society?
Changes in society
Women and the family
Propaganda and control
Section 3: To what extent and in what ways did communism transform the GDR?
Potsdam and the establishment of the Soviet zone
The consolidation of communism under the SED
The Berlin Blockade and the emergence of the GDR
Economic change in the GDR
Social change in the GDR
The Berlin Wall
Section 4: How far did Western democratic structures succeed in the Federal Republic?
The Western zones 1945-9
The West German Constitution
The Western economy
Social changes and Adenauer's decline
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