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Nazi Germany for iPad

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The Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler ruled Germany from 1933 to 1945, reshaping nation and society and imposing their own distorted views about power, progress and race. Nazi Germany for iPad places an understanding of this notorious regime right at your fingertips, with detailed information, great graphics and interactive features - all for the fraction of the price of a textbook!

Nazi Germany for iPad contains 36 chapters, written especially for this app by Alpha History authors and not available elsewhere. Explore the people, background, ideas and actions of Nazism, with the following chapters:

1. Adolf Hitler
2. Nazi Party
3. Nazi ideology
4. The SA
5. The SS
6. Weimar Germany
7. The Great Depression
8. Hitler becomes chancellor
9. The Reichstag fire
10. Extending control
11. Hitler and the Reichswehr
12. Night of the Long Knives
13. The Nazi state
14. Nazi economic policies
15. Hermann Goering
16. Heinrich Himmler
17. Joseph Goebbels
18. Other Nazi leaders
19. Work and leisure
20. Women
21. Children
22. Religion
23. Berlin Olympics
24. Eugenics
25. Anti-Semitism
26. Racial policies
27. Law and order
28. Opposition to the Nazis
29. Hitler and Mussolini
30. Hitler and Stalin
31. Spanish Civil War
32. The road to World War II
33. Invasion of Poland

These chapters are supported by a detailed timeline, a glossary of important terms, a summary of the historiography of Nazi Germany, a collection of primary and secondary quotations, and a 'strange but true' page containing unusual facts about the Nazis and their rule.

Nazi Germany for iPad is ideal for both the casual reader, or as an e-textbook for students across a range of levels, including:

- middle and upper secondary courses
- IB, AP and other diploma courses (US)
- GSCE and A-level (UK)
- VCE, HSC and other Australian courses
- undergraduate students wanting an accessible introduction to Nazism and its historical context

Nazi Germany for iPad contains a range of interactive features. All chapters are supported by audio, so you can read along with the text or use the app as an audiobook. There are embedded videos, image slideshows and card-flip activities. You can also test and revise your knowledge with eight crosswords and eight multiple choice quizzes.

Stay tuned for more great History apps from Alpha History in 2014.

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