Nazi ideology was not born in Berlin but in the Beer Halls of Bavaria.
For those seeking to understand how, in less than ten years, the Nazi Party went from being a banned organisation to the party of Government, Anglia is able to offer a range of bespoke programmes for fully-guided school history trips each of which covers the key elements in this extraordinary rise to power.
Our 2 or 3-day tours visit both Munich and Nuremberg and offer the opportunity to: retrace the route of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch; visit the former Concentration Camp of Dachau; explore the extraordinary party rally grounds in Nuremberg and examine how the Nazi party harnessed propaganda to achieve mass popularity.
Over 4 or 5-days this school tour follows the expansion of the NSDAP from its Bavarian heartland to Berlin, once the breeding ground of German Communism and the city which Hitler planned to reinvent as Germania, the grandiose capital of his new Reich.
I have used Anglia in a number of
schools for the past 17 years - I
would always use Anglia.
Living Under Nazi Rule
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