During the Depression, Germans were overcome with strife and filled with the need for change. They were eager to be led and desperately wanted positive direction for Germany. The conditions in Germany were perfect for Hitlerís ideology to be planted and grow in the minds and lives of Germans. In some way or another the Nazi ideology permeated in aspects of everyday life, family relationships, social relationships, and economic circumstances in German village communities.
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during the depression laid the foundation for Nazi integration into everyday village life. Once the Nazis got their foot in the door, it was inevitable that there would be followers. The Nazis were a noisy bunch and their presence was heard all over Germany. The Nazi ideology was part of towns and villages. Once they made their presence known in Germany, the affected all aspects of everyday life, social relationships, household relationships, and economic relationships.