• Germany Responsible for World War I?
    ‘Germany was responsible for the outbreak of World War One'. How far do you agree? World War one has become to be known as "The Great War". It was known as "The War to end all Wars". Many people believe Germany was responsible for the outbreak of war in 1914. To solely blame one country or one s...
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  • The Fall of Germany in World War I
    The Fall Of Germany In World War I None of the European power wanted World War I, but they feared Germany. Germany was newly unified, and was beating the European powers in population and Industry. France wanted to recover the Alsace-Lorraine. Britain was a country used to being on...
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  • Why Did Germany Lose World War Ii, Despite Its Victories Early in the
    As in Worald War I, Germany's primary downfall was its lack of adequate allies and a war on multiple fronts. Territorially, Hitler came very close in World War II to achieving his quest for lebensraum yet his failure to concentrate his resources proved disastrous. His lack of time spent organizing t...
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  • Why Did Germany Lose World War Two, Despite Its Victories Early in the
    The defeat of Germany in World War Two was due to many factors. All of these factors were influenced by the leadership and judgment of Adolf Hitler. Factors such as the stand fast policy, Hitler's unnecessary and risky decision making in military situations, for example when attacking the USSR, and...
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  • Economic Conditions of Germany, World War Ii
    Initial German Advantage In the beginning of the Second World War, Germany seemingly had an advantage economically over its opponents, at least militarily speaking. Adolf Hitler had earlier converted a portion of Germany's economic sector to producing the armaments necessary for waging war. Germ...
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  • Why Were the Allies Able to Defeat Germany in W.W.1? Having Defeated Them, Explain the Aims of the Allies in Drawing Up the Treaty of Versailles.
    In this essay the main points of W.W.1 and the Treaty of Versailles will be discussed: The main points in the victory of the Allies in W.W.1, an example of this is because they (the Allies) were getting arms from the Americans which gave them an unfair advantage against Germany, also what were the a...
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  • Germany
    Germany On October 3, 1990, the states of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) shed their last ties to their Soviet created structure and joined the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany). The 23rd article of West Germany's 1949 constitution, the Basic Law, had been drafted specific...
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  • The Unification of Germany and Italy
    Italy and Germany were two newly united nations that emerged in 1871. The two regions that were to be unified shared much history together; ever since they were last united as one under the Holy Roman Empire. When the French Revolution and Napoleon came along, both Germanic and Italian states were a...
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  • Women in Nazi Germany
    Independent Study Unit: Women in Nazi Germany What the man gives in courage on the battlefield, the woman gives in eternal self sacrifice, in eternal pain and suffering. Every child that a woman brings into the world is a battle, a battle waged for the existence of her people. -Adolph Hit...
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  • International Trade Oppotunitiesnwith the Uk, Germany, and China
    INTERNATIONAL TRADE OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE UK, GERMANY, AND CHINA This assignment is about the trading opportunities and limitations between the UK, Germany and China. This assignment will outline how each country goes about trading, the regulations of trading, and their strategies. Germany...
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  • How the Treaty of Versailles Effected Germany
    When World War I ended on November 11, 1918, peace talks went on for months due to the Allied leaders wanting to punish the enemy and "dividing the spoils of war."<br><br>A formal agreement to end the war was made and called the Treaty of Versailles. The issue that took the most time were the territ...
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  • Describe the Terms in the Treaty of Versailles Which Caused the Most Bitterness in Germany.
    Describe the terms in the Treaty of Versailles which caused the most bitterness in Germany. The treaty of Versailles was very harsh on the Germans and they hated it. There were several different terms in the treaty which affected different people in different ways. The first was Clause 231. This...
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  • Was There Really a Revolution in Germany in 1918? Discuss
    A revolution is a complete overthrow of an established government or political system, which means that the events occurring in Germany in 1918 didn't constitute a revolution. Groups changed in and out of power, but in the end it was always one group ruling over the people, just as the Kaiser had. T...
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  • How Far Did Germany Recover Under Stresemann
    Gustave Stresemann had a lot of influence over Germany in the period between 1923 and 1929. Though he was only chancellor for a short while he occupied other very important positions such as Germany's Foreign Minister. Before Stresemann took charge in 1923 the Weimar Republic had many problems. In...
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  • Morality and Politics in Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia
    Alex Belinger Independent Study World History 7/28/02 On November 1923, German army veteran and leader of an extremist party, Adolf Hitler climbed onto a table and fired his pistol. "The National Socialist revolution has begun!" Hitler's rise to power is one of the most significant events o...
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  • The Rise of Nazism in Germany
    Germany's defeat in World War One created political, economic and social instability in the Weimar Republic and led to the rise of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP) or Nazi party. <br> <br>The First World War placed increasingly heavy strains and sacrifices on the German people. T...
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  • Germany Under Bismarck
    Germany under Bismarck The Historical Debate The view of Bismarck over the years has changed and it is the historical debate surrounding our perception of him and his intentions that often shapes our interpretation of the German unification. No 19th century figure has attracted the attention and...
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  • Use of Fairy Tales in Germany Pale Mother
    Perhaps one of the most haunting and compelling parts of Sanders-Brahms' film Germany Pale Mother (1979) is the nearly twenty minute long telling of The Robber Bridegroom. The structual purpose of the sequence is a bridge between the marriage of Lene and Hans, who battles at the war's front, and...
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  • Hitler in Germany
    The point of this essay is to prove that although Hitler came to power within the 'letter of the law" he did not come to power within the 'spirit of the law.' Hitler was appointed Chancellor on the 30th of January 1933, with only two other Nazis in the Cabinet, this was though to be e...
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  • A Love in Germany
    " A Love in Germany" It is only safe to state that as the human race evolves so does the way of life, and there are numerous factors to take into consideration. The ways our customs and laws have changed throughout time have been mostly imposed by our instinct of survival. However one of the maj...
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