Due to World War I and The Treaty of Versailles creating a desperate need in change, his charminsitic way of speaking, and depression Hitler gained control and was soon to reach his goal. The Treaty of Versailles is one of the main reasons Hitler rose to power. It saw Germany face territorial losses, reparations of the damaged, which were caused by the war, and is known to be the blame for starting World War I. It provided a rich material for Hitler to use to gain support of the people. The treaty also triggered a process where the
William Patrick Hitler a nephew of Adolf Hitler, born in Liverpool the 12 March 1911. William was son of Hitler’s brother, Alois Hitler and his wife Bridget Dowling. Alois abandoned his family in 1914, Bridget send William to Germany to visit his father in 1929 when William was 18. In 1933, William returned to Germany in an attempt to benefit from his uncle’s rise to power. Adolf Hitler found him a job in a bank but William was not pleased and threaten his uncle that if he didn’t find him a better job he would sell private stories of the family.
She even managed to trick King Triton himself, making him think it would save Ariel. Those kinds of mind tricks she plays with people are just too vicious. “My dear, sweet child, that’s what I do, it’s what I live for, to help poor unfortunate merfolk like yourself, poor sounds with no one else to turn to. I admit that in the past I have been nasty, they weren’t kidding when they called me, well a witch.” –
Adolf Hitler was without a doubt the most notoriously ruthless, yet successful leader in history. Due to his mission of absolute absurdity towards those who did not fit his ideal image of perfection. The 2004 cinema classic of Mean Girls portrays Regina George, the icon of the plastics, as controlling, deceiving, and most importantly powerful. Do these certain characteristics bring anyone particular to mind? Similar to Hitler, Regina George was remarkably, well-known for having complete authority to ruin an individual’s life.
She is explaining how she had once loved a baby, but would kill him in a heartbeat for Macbeth and his potential success as king. Furthermore, this shows both Lady Macbeth's ambition that she's channeling through Macbeth and also her evil. Overall, Lady Macbeth has one goal--gain an abundance of power. To add, she does not let anything get in her way, including her femininity to achieve this goal.. To add, expert sources also agree that Lady Macbeth was willing to go to extreme lengths to achieve masculinity: “Lady Macbeth’s desire for power is matched by a murderous determination to achieve it. She associates ambition with both masculinity and cruelty, and she calls upon evil spirits to take away from her such feminine virtues as mercy and tenderness,
Even though she is intelligent enough to know it is not worth it, the plot is manipulated so that she must succumb to the magic of Eros, demonstrating that as a woman she is has very little autonomy and self-determination. (quote?) This situation is also seen in the myth of Persephone; she is depicted as a young innocent girl swept into marriage against her will. This demonstrates the kind of culture surrounding marriage in that society; young girls must go into marriage, regardless of what they want and are expected to answer to their husband’s beck and call, as their purpose is to create children and please her husband. Medea is a doting wife and she does anything for Jason, including betraying her father, killing
Never Underestimate A Woman In Medea, Euripides portrays Medea’s character as a very knowledgeable woman. Medea clearly interprets the characteristics of mysticism to the Athenian audience. Euripides, a powerful tragedian uses Medea’s rhetoric to get a medium of revenge. Medea is partially divine and has a type of sorcery, which leads to the persuasion of being able to stay an extra day and have a master plan to kill Creon, the princess and her children. Creon, the king of Corinth wants Medea and her children to go to Exile.
Women who were secret agents were independent with many skills and fell in love with Bond, innocent bystanders were those who needed rescuing, bad girls abandoned their missions to help Bond and became good (who also fell in love), and femme fatales whose objective was to kill Bond but suffered the same fate like Mata Hari. The Bond series sometimes also portrayed women as weak or foolish. Female characters would always need saving from the hero and always fell in love with Bond, which typically ended with women bedding with
Australia and Great Britain), and that these movements could in fact be linked to the United States movement in political ideology, the focus here is on the United States movement and its impact in the US. And at the time in the United States, the concept of women being included in the political process was a crazy idea. Due to the genius female minds pioneering the movement, however, the women’s suffrage movement was met with begrudging success on the part of the establishment. Even more shocking is that the movement happened entirely without violence. Cooney elaborates on the nonviolent nature of the movement, saying that women involved “didn’t take a single life,” despite facing “dead ends, discouragements, and immobility.” (Cooney) Cooney attributes much of this nonviolent success to the brilliant minds behind the movement, who were unsurprisingly all women.
With little evidence to prove innocence, confessing or hanging were the only options. The people of Salem see Abigail as a perfect person, but we know that she is far from it. She truly outsmarts the town with her witty lies, persuasion of everyone, and she gets power and money by any means necessary. Abigail lies her way through all the problems she faces. It starts with a simple lie of defending herself of the accusations of witchcraft, but will spiral out of control as the novel and her lies progress.