Franco had monarchist views and was anti-communism. This brought him the approval of the U.S and other anti-communist nations. With his new power Franco immediately took control of most aspects in Spain, creating a totalitarian state. The use of censorship, and propaganda was popular with most totalitarian leaders including Franco to control the public. Franco was a nationalist and saw any of those who did
It is often spoken that the Nazis created a collective dream that over took the hearts and minds of the German people causing them to do unspeakable things. Not only did the ideology capture the hearts of young men, but women as well. Nazism being known as an incredibly masculine ideology begs the question how it enraptured so many women as well. It may seem farfetched, but the benefits Nazism gave to its followers and the growth it created in for its nation left people even today who see the ideology as perfect in spite of the known atrocities they committed. Nazism achieved prestige among women by understanding and taking control of the portions of life most influenced and influencing on women.
There were also many anti-democratic elements which included the Spartacist revolt and the Kapp Putsch. One of the left-winged groups was a Communist group called the Spartacists. They were lead by Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht (Walsh, 140). They argued strongly against Eberts democratic government and believed that Germany should be ruled by worker’s councils or soviets. In early 1919 they launched a bid for power, joined with rebel soldiers and sailors, they set up Soviets in several towns.
Many political opponents were tortured and imprisoned by guards under orders from his eldest son Anastasio Somoza Debayle and the government imposed press censorship as well as suspended many civil liberties. When the Conservative Party refused to participate in the 1957 elections, the Somoza siblings created a puppet opposition party, which they called the National Conservative Party, in order to
In this moment, through the third person point of view, the audience is able to perceive the influential moment where life is symbolized as a precious thing. It helps the reader understand the worth of these thousands of lives that were unfairly being taken. Although narrative perspective is a simple element, it has a large impact on the perception, influence and emotion the reader feels in relation to the situations that convey the message of worth in
He fled Warsaw and headed East to get away and make a plan. When he returned to Warsaw with his girlfriend the Nazis had already taken over and created barbed wired ghettos. He became active in the underground movement to help people escape this horrific place. There were many ghettos, extermination camps, and labor camps that were destroying the Jewish population. “Hitler and other Nazi leaders viewed the Jews not as a religious group, but as a poisonous "race," which "lived off" the other races and weakened them”(Mordechai Anielewicz).
He had volunteered in a German army and was twice awarded for his bravery during World War I. After the war, he joined a tiny right-wing political group, which eventually formed the German brand of fascism known as Nazism. Hitler was a great organizer and speaker and could manipulate huge audiences with his great speech skills. Because of his powerful speeches and great leadership, it led him to be chosen leader of the Nazi party. Nevertheless, his power at the Nazi
With the understanding of when the speaker in an argument messes up, students would be able to be safer in their arguments and much more 'protected'. Students would really benefit in the study of rhetoric. Many precious qualities are contained within rhetoric. Not only would they benefit from rhetoric’s valuable argumentative qualities, but they would also benefit in interpreting as well as shaping modern
As restrictions are placed on external aggression, such aggression must turn inward so as not to impede the advancement of civilization. Yet such internalized suffering goes beyond the repression of released aggression; it extends to all regulated instincts, resulting in the creation of a superego. As explained by Herbert Marcuse, consciousness exists in three different “layers”: id, ego, and superego. Id exists without the restraints of civilization; it consists of natural instincts on their basest levels, untouched by societal norms or expectations. When such expectations arise, so does the ego, serving to keep the id in check so as not to allow instinct to disturb society.
English 1121 has made me realize that the audience has to be put into perspective while writing. In other writing classes in high school, I would write a paper for the purpose that I basically had too, never even thinking about an audience. I learned that with every paper I wrote I had either a different audience or a different goal. With an audience involved, I learned that I had to keep my word choice in mind. Being proper and always having a college level academic tone when writing was something that was very important.