Stalin’s plan was to improve his military for future conflict and he would do this while Germany entered into hostility with Britain. The Pact bought Stalin some extra time to do this. The Soviets did not want a future where a powerful and victorious Germany would be their next door neighbour (Gorodetsky 1990, p29). In September 1939 Hitler invaded Poland. Neither Hitler nor Stalin had foreseen that this would lead to the Western Allies declaring war on Germany on the first of September 1939.
How did the conditions in Germany and the methods used by the Nazis assist Hitler in his rise to power? Germany had endured a brutal war that led to extensive long-term consequences. World War One generated a period of serious financial and political instability which plunged the German population into homelessness, unemployment and near-starvation. The people were distressed. They needed a leader who paid attention to their views and opinions -somebody who could stop this calamity and change Germany into a powerful nation once again.
There was no country involved in World War II that did not use propaganda in some form. Hitler made wide sweeps of propaganda to keep himself in perfect light and his enemies oppressed. Hitler’s main way of spreading propaganda early on was through his public speeches. He held a powerful and charismatic voice that convinced many Germans that he could solve the country’s problems after World War I.
Hitler’s Propaganda: Indoctrinating the Youth Germany in the 1930s was a toxic combination of racism and nationalism. Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party gained the support of numerous Germans, rapidly becoming a dominating far-right political party. Claiming the title of “Führer” or “Leader” Hitler acknowledged the necessity of indoctrinating the young minds of Germany using propaganda. Propaganda is a media tool to promote a particular political cause or point of view with a biased or misleading nature. Hitler’s propaganda emphasized racial superiority, anti-Semitism, and Germany’s central role in the world.
Why? Because in each country [of Europe] political and military leaders did certain things that led to the mobilization [of troops].” Leaders wanted the best military in Europe, even the world, which meant they tried to beat friends and enemies alike. This made for the means for Europe to break into a world-scale
Comparison between WW1 and WW2. Ali Hamza 5B (4) 1.How and why they began One of the differences between World War 1 and 2 is how and why they began. World War 1 started when assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinandwhich created an explosive reaction from Europe because of years of built up hostility and distrust. When World War 2 broke out it was because Germany began invading neighbouring countries like Austria and Yugoslavia.
How did The Blitz affect British society? The Blitz was a period in the early stage of World War 2. Those who remember it today describes it as a never-ending nightmare, with massive loads of bombs dropped on the entire UK. It was a part of the war that altered many human lives in the UK.
France refused to withdraw their decision, yet it agreed to Germany’s Kaiser’s request for an international conference to discuss further actions. This was extremely rough on Germany since only Austria-Hungary, which is an ally, supported the Kaiser’s interpretations. Furthermore, Britain and Russia supported France, adding to the fact that Britain and France began secret military talks after the conference to strengthen their relationship. Britain, once more, supported France when the Kaiser of Germany accused France of taking over Morocco, and started to prepare for war. These preparations also came out of Britain being uncomfortable of the fact that Germany is expanding its navy.
WW1, the reason for the deaths of millions, but what started this war? There are indeed many causes that lead to WW1 but greed was the real reason that started this great war that ruined the home of many. Wanting more of everything e.g. land, resources, money etc. Greed that leads the people of Serbia to assassinate Archduke so they could stop his reign and to break Serbia off from the Austro-Hungry empire. Which will result in WW1 shortly after and kill millions in the process of achieving 'everything ' and People who survived this disastrous war will be haunted by the memories of all the deaths for the rest of their lives.
Adolf Hitler made many changes making Germany dystopian, such as creating a new government. Even though Hitler was thought to be Germany’s hero, he was dictator. He had controlled the country by having SS troops all over the country. He also killed anyone who did not agree with him or the Nazi Party. Before becoming the Leader of Germany, Adolf hitler had a vision for Germany that he thought would be great that would led them into utopia.
The Federalists wanted Great Britain as our main ally because of their stability. They distrusted how the French people would act during wartime as a result of the French Revolution. On the other hand, the Democratic-Republican party wanted to ally France because they supported their fight for freedom and previously had positive relations with the French government. In the end, the United States government headed by George Washington maintained neutral relations with both
During the 1930’s and 40’s Nazi Germany was a dictatorship ruled by Adolf Hitler he was a cruel dictator who had a goal to eliminate all european jews this shows in “Law,Justice,and the Holocaust” where it says that he and The Nazis mainly targeted people of the Jewish faith, at the end of the war they successfully killed six million jewish men,women, and children. This event was known as the holocaust. Hitler was a very cruel and hated man by the people who weren’t being schooled by the Nazis.