Germany economic situation became so bad and unbearable that they had to use a ransom sums of money in a wheel borrow to buy a loaf of bread. In addition, the treaty of Versailles posed a great financial burden on the German because Germans had to pay a huge sum of money to their opponents. By the end of the war, 10 000’s of German soldiers died of poison gas, which was instituted by US in the war. The poison gas infiltrated armies lungs and blinded most of them including Adolf Hitler. Fortunately for Hitler, he regained his sight and was awarded with blind cross.
Until the 19th century, the prevailing view in western societies was that differences between individuals of species were uninteresting departures from their platonic ideals of created kinds. In 1859, Charls Darwin set out his theory of evolution by natural selection as an explanation for adaptation and speciation. Charles Darwin theory of natural selection is one of the corner stones of morden biology. The concept, published by Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace in a joint presentation of papers in 1858, was elaborated in Darwins influencial 1859 book on the origins of species. Darwins ideas, along with Adam Smith and Karl Max had a profound influence on 19th century thought.
The German man’s face was depicted as strong, symmetrical and superior, while the Jewish man’s face was cartoonish and had some monkey like features. In the lesson the instructor is talking about how the Jewish race has destroyed the purity of the German culture and that as German’s they are entitled to that purity and that they belong to the best race there is. I think that the Nazi party’s ability to speak to the German people, remind them a superior race and giving them someone to blame is why they were
Hitler was not afraid to speak his mind and he said the words many Germans had without the courage to speak, until Hitler came along. He set off a chain reaction that could have been opposed by the German people, but wasn't. He represented Germany’s views and made them public, made the idea of
The Weimar Republic was created in the midst of a country that had been defeated in a world war and had to sign a treaty that crippled it. It was a very difficult job and any government would have had a hard time running a country with all of them problems. One of the main events that haunted the Weimar Republic throughout and caused it to collapse was the treaty of Versailles and the aftermath. The German people thought that the treaty was unfair so blamed that and the problems from the treaty on the Weimar government. The Weimar constitution was another part of the reason why the Weimar Republic collapsed.
His power didn’t only spread throughout Germany, but throughout Europe as well. During World War II and now, there are people that believe his actions were inhumane and then there are others who follow him and worship him like a god, for example, Neo-Nazis. Before World War II, Germany was on the break of a serious depression, everything started to fall apart. Their economy was crashing and they
The scope of Darwinism is centered on the basis that evolution is brought about by the distinctive survival of only the superior individuals in a general pool. As a result of this, different strata or classes are mandatory in a species. With time, the space between the different strata is great enough to the extent that the superior class is granted advantages over the inferior class. This changes brought about by the Darwinism movement brought about the rise of a new movement called the Eugenics Movement and Social Darwinism. Eugenics is centered on the fact that man should control his own evolution process, and this is brought about by the state deciding who is granted the right or ability to procreate.
Identity and social norms during the Weimar Republic had changed a lot since the start of the war. These changes were extremely necessary because of the post-war turmoil. Regardless of the negatives of the Weimar Republic, it gave people new perspectives. Paul Bookbinder agreed in his point that, “the fourteen years of the Weimar Republic were a weigh station on the road to genocide, and yet they also witnessed the struggle of many decent, sincere people to create a just and humane society in a time of great artistic creativity.” There was a significant amount of political disagreement and negative reactions from the people but that could be argued about any modern form of democratic government today. Democracy is shaped around the inclusion of every individual’s personal opinion under one leading power.
Arminian believed that because of free will, people choose God not vice versa. That means that opposed to Calvinists view of unconditional election, the Arminianists hold the view of conditional election. With that being said, they think that God chose his people based on his ‘foreknowledge’ which is Him looking into the future and seeing who responds to the gospel (Colie, 2006). The teaching of Arminianism is basically a direct opposite of Calvinism. To explain, the Arminianists believe that the grace of God can be resisted due to free will and it’s not God’s decision to save us.