similar: 250,000 people were members of collaborationist organizations and about 5 per cent of the population "leaned towards collaboration" (Christofferson and Christofferson 84). This would mean that the resistance myth was neither right, since not many people actively resisted, nor does it cover collaboration, since that as well could not me found that much inside the French
The Weimar Republic was established in 1919 and was a democratic state to replace imperialism because the Treaty of Versailles stated that Germany had to become a democratic country. The Weimar Republic was significantly weak due to hyperinflation, the economic collapse, the Treaty of Versailles, and other issues that were present during that time. The Weimar Republic faced chaos and violence with the Communist uprising and the Kapp Putsch. The Kapp Putsch, which took place in March 1920, was a threat to the new government and was assisted by General Luttwitz who led a group of Freikorps men (Kapp Putsch). They were against Friedrich Ebert’s beliefs about the humiliation of the Treaty of Versailles.
The social system in France had already been flawed many years before Louis XVI came into power. It was of the norm to have people of different social and economic standings, this is what people had been raised to believe. The segregation between estates became more obvious when Louis XVI ruled because the peasantry had to bear the weight of the country on their shoulder because they paid the majority of tax although they were poor. Louis XVI was indecisive by nature, this did not act in his favour as the country needed the king to make decisions and to stand by them. The decisions
Those issues mostly stemmed around the problems of agriculture. England, at the time had been advancing with their newer technology whereas France was still lagging behind. Their economic development was far slower in comparison. Other problems in 18th century France included shortages of food and large military expenditures which meant less revenue going towards the welfare of the people and newer technology for the agricultural sector. These problems were arguably, only a few of the ones that ultimately led to the French revolution and in a closer time period, the Physiocracy movement.
There are two words in the title that needs to be first defined to understand the topic: Middle and Class in regard to the country India. Class refers to a group of people of similar social status having similar income and similar lifestyles. The middle class is the social status that is positioned between lower and upper classes. It includes small businessmen, professionals, doctors, lawyers, etc along with their families. These people make up the majority of the population and have been overlooked by historians.
Economic Scenario France’s economy is the fifth largest in the world. Economically, France is in a very bad position, freedom score 62.3(down 0.2 point). Agriculture made up 1.9 percent of GDP, while industries contributed 18.3 percent, 79.8 percent came from the service
Clearly, Country B should export wine, earning 2.5 yd. of cloth for each barrel. This is a profit or gain of 1/2 yd of cloth for each barrel produced and traded. Producers in Country B profit by producing more and more wine at the expense of cloth production. Eventually, Country B would become completely specialized producing only wine, 4000 barrels worth.
Fees and Expenses:- Most mutual funds charge management and operating fees that pay for the fund 's management expenses (usually around 1.0% to 1.5% per year). Some of these expenses are charged on an ongoing the basis, unlike the stock investments, for which an commission is paid only when you buy and sell (see Investor Guide University: Fees and Expenses). And some funds buy and trade shares so often that the transaction costs add up significantly 4. Poor Performance:- Poor performance of Returns on a mutual fund are by no means guaranteed. In fact, on average, around 75% of all mutual funds fail to beat major market indexes, like S&P 500, and a growing the number of critics now question whether or not professional money managers have better stock-picking capabilities than the average investor.
The number of French speaking population has become three times since 1945. This is largely due to former French and Belgian colonies, which retained French as their official language for government administration, science, technology and education, after decolonization. More than 11 million Americans speak French and half of the population of Algeria speak French. French is the working language of UN, EU and several other international organisations such as International Labour Organization, Amnesty International and International Red Cross committee. The French-speaking countries include France, Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, Luxembourg, Monaco (European countries), Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Guinea, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Tunisia (African countries) and Canada.