In the study of history, events leading to tragic are being taught to avoid future mistakes, as well as to prevent recurring flaws. Many times, certain situations occurred in the past are meant to teach us a valuable lessons. For instance, one of the examples is the Japanese Internment Camp, also known and called the “Relocation Camp” during World War II. America entered World War II, when a sudden attack was made by Japan in the Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941. In just a 24 hour period, it was reported that 1,291 ordinary Japanese-American leaders from different communities were detained by the F.B.I. without any charges. Not even long before the year 1941, there were already histories of underlying discrimination and prejudice against Asian Americans based on their ethnicity. Not only did the attack worsen the situation for Japanese immigrants, it also drew more attention to their possible future “threats” and their loyalty to the U.S.. The aftermath of
The museums had very intriguing artifacts to look at, I was mesmerized by all the different cultural and religious artifacts I viewed. After viewing all the exhibitions, I liked the Greek Mythology section the most because of the different statues and pottery, most of the exhibition was mostly either of paintings or jewelries. The Greek Mythology had statutes of almost very god/goddess and what represents them. The artifact I chose is called Terracotta Bell-Krater (bowl for mixing wine and water). This artifact was located on the first floor of the museum, and there is other type of vases and Greek artifacts around it including statues of Greek Gods.
Are you visiting Rome? The city has many attractions. Vatican city, Colosseum, Stadio Olimpico, crusty thin pizza and many others. My personal favorite, and maybe the biggest attraction of them all is the Pantheon.
During World War ll, Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, created many extermination camps for Jews. These death camps had a major impact on European society, and the world. One of these death camps was the Belzec extermination camp. It was established in 1942. How the Belzec death camp was started, how it was run, and how it 's prisoners were exterminated all explain the brutal World War ll death camp of Belzec.
The years of 1924-9 for Germany were years of deceptive stability. Stability refers to a well established and firm state. In this context, stability within Germany would be a firmly established political system, a strong economy, no threats from external forces and no major divisions which would have massive implications on Germany. Germany appeared to be in a state of economic recovery but had concealed the ulterior fundamental problems that continued to exist. Germany’s economy as an entirety and parts of German society were still suffering. There was an increase of stability in law and order but there was no strengthening of the political structure of parliamentary democracy. Additionally, German society was extremely divided because of
Is Napoleon a tyrant or a hero? Initially, Napoleon Bonaparte was a popular military general who was winning several victories. Chaos had risen in France after ending the terrible horrific Reign of Terror. Politicians planned to use Napoleon to accomplish their goals, yet little did they know Napoleon would become the emperor of France. However, as the ruler of France, Napoleon imposed his rule, conducted several reforms, and made new laws that would improve France’s stability. Thus, Napoleon should be remembered as a democratic reformer who not only improved France, but also stabilized it through many reforms relative to the goals of the French Revolution.
In order to assess the significance of the Great Depression, we must consider the different ways in which the Great Depression was significant. The Depression was primarily significant to the German economy and German people. The Great Depression was a very significant event to Germany. It was significant to Germany because they had a turning point in the Great Depression that had many side effects on Germany. The Great Depression had a long-term problem with social, economic, and social weakening during 1929-1939. A social issue was weakening because the people in Germany were struggling. The German economy was struggling during 1929 and 1939 but their economy was improving as the years passed by. The political issue was that they were not doing their best during the Great Depression because the Nazi was trying to gain power over Germany. But the Nazi
“Are you a perfectionist?” when I asked this question most of my classmates say “No”. I used to agree with them because “A good man is hard to find” and “A perfect person is impossible”. You always think Perfectionism can’t exist, nobody has enough ability to touch it that why pencil have eraser. However “Is it true?” Do you believe that perfectionism is real and many people conquer it? Let‘s find the answer in my representation.
More than twelve million immigrants will make their first stop in America at Ellis Island Immigration station in the years ahead between 1892 and 1954, at least that's what we read. Who knew a small island in the New York Harbor would become my life saver ?
The first concentration camp in the Nazi system, Dachau, opened in March, 1933. By the end of World War II, the Nazis gave a huge system of more than 40,000 camps that stretched across Europe from the French-Spanish border into the conquered Soviet territories, and as far south as Greece and North Africa. The largest number of prisoners were Jews, but people were arrested and locked in prison for a variety of reasons, including family, cultural characteristics and political association. Prisoners were subjected to unbelievable terrors from the moment they arrived in the camps it was a terrible existence that involved a struggle for survival against a system designed to destroy them.
After WW2 ended Berlin was divided into four different sectors for England, France, USA and the USSR. The area surrounding Berlin was controlled by the
Nowadays people can communicate easily. They can share their ideas, their cultures even with people who are not in their countries. They can trade, transporting products around the world in just a few days. This is a big economy where everything related to each other. This is globalization.
After World War Two, much of Europe had been damaged. “A civilian population that had largely escaped destruction during World War I had felt the full force of bombing and battles during World War II. This time half the deaths had been noncombatants and facilities for production, transport, and communication had suffered heavy damage,” (Hunt 89). In addition to the destruction of Europe, Europe had also been divided. Communists were in control of the Eastern side and the US was giving great support to the Western side. There were many events, programs, leaders, and conditions that affected how each side responded to the challenges of adjusting to the rebuilding of Eastern and Western Europe.
“A Night Divided” written by Jennifer A. Nielsen, took place in Berlin, Germany, after World War Two. August 13, 1961, the German Democratic Republic, also known as the GDR built the Berlin Wall, it divided the East from the West. In Germany, it had Four Sectors, French, British, and American for the West side. As for the East, it was the Soviet Sector. The East side is going through tough times, Germans were starving to death, some people where arrested, some people where killed, and people trying to escape from this horrible place they once called home. In the book, Gerta’s apartment is near the Berlin Wall, while the Wall was in the process of building, she heard the hammering and footsteps of the GDR. Anna, her best friend, had a clear
World War One had a devastating impact on Germany. Throughout World War One, the people of Germany had been led to believe by their government that they were winning the war. Government propaganda had been used to great effect. Only the military leaders like Ludendorff and Hindenburg knew the true state of Germany’s military dilemma which had become even more apparent when America had joined in the war in 1917. Germany itself was being starved of food and all goods as a result of the British Navy’s blockade of the northern ports. With such a small coastline, the British Navy found it a relatively easy task to blockade her. German troops were poorly equipped and what food there was went to the war effort leaving the people of Germany very short