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Clergy, nuns and lay leaders were targeted, with thousands of arrests over the ensuing years, often on trumped-up charges of currency smuggling or immorality. A study by German historian Rüdiger Overmans puts the number of German military dead and missing.3 million, including 900,000 men conscripted from outside of Germany's 1937 borders. During the war, Poland lost an estimated 39 to 45 percent of its physicians and dentists, 26 to 57 percent of its lawyers, 15

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to 30 percent of its teachers, 30 to 40 percent of its scientists and university professors, and 18 to 28 percent. Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte (in German). By 1944, the war was consuming 75 percent of Germany's gross domestic product, compared to 60 percent in the Soviet Union and 55 percent in Britain. Goebbels controlled the wire services and insisted that all newspapers in Germany only publish content favourable to the regime. German aircraft production could not keep pace with losses, and without air cover the Allied bombing campaign became even more devastating. At least 91 German Jews were killed during this pogrom, later called Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass. The Nazis intended on deporting all Romani people from Germany, and confined them to Zigeunerlager (Gypsy camps) for this purpose. The regime used violence and economic pressure to encourage Jews to voluntarily leave the country.

Athens: Ohio University Press. This organisation was tasked with locating and arresting communists and other political opponents. New York: Little, Brown. Historian and war correspondent William. Attacks began with artillery bombardment, followed by bombing and strafing runs. The founding of new parties was also made illegal, and all remaining political parties which had not already been dissolved were banned. Germany and Europe as a whole was almost totally dependent on foreign oil imports. In a referendum held in November, 95 percent of voters supported Germany's withdrawal. The governments of Denmark, Norway ( Reichskommissariat Norwegen and the Netherlands ( Reichskommissariat Niederlande ) were placed under civilian administrations staffed largely by natives.

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The White Rose resistance group was primarily active in 194243, and many of its members were arrested or executed, with the final arrests taking place in 1944. Fascist Italy objected to German claims in the Balkans and on Austria, which Benito Mussolini considered to be in Italy's sphere of influence. The Waffen-SS, the military branch of the SS, evolved into a second army. Capital projects were paid for with the issuance of promissory notes called Mefo bills. "Legalizing a Volksgemeinschaft : Nazi Germany's Reich Nature Protection Law of 1935". Hitler and the nsdap prepared to take advantage of the emergency to gain support for their party. In response, Goebbels renewed the regime's crackdown and propaganda against Catholics. Communist and Social Democratic resistance groups resumed activity in late 1942, but were unable to achieve much beyond distributing leaflets. By the end of 1933, over a thousand booksmost of them by Jewish authors or featuring Jewish charactershad been banned by the Nazi regime. Smoking was banned in many workplaces, on trains, and among on-duty members of the military.

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Hitler's peace overtures to the new British Prime Minister Winston Churchill were rejected in July 1940. The death penalty could be issued for offences such as being a communist, printing seditious leaflets, or even making jokes about Hitler or other officials. Jews and people considered politically unreliable were prevented from working in the arts, and many emigrated. The victory in France resulted in an upswing in Hitler's popularity and an upsurge in war fever in Germany. Hitler routinely disregarded the Concordat, closing all Catholic institutions whose functions were not strictly religious. Retrieved Bytwerk, Randall (1998). By late 1942, there were 24 divisions from Romania on the Eastern Front, 10 from Italy, and 10 from Hungary. Areas placed under German administration included the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, Reichskommissariat Ostland (encompassing the Baltic states and Belarus and Reichskommissariat Ukraine. Jews and others deemed undesirable were imprisoned, and liberals, socialists, and communists were killed, imprisoned, or exiled.