Think about the power a leader has in their hands, the capability to do good or cause destruction right underneath their fingertips. How would life be under a ruthless leader like Adolf Hitler? There are many leaders out there but when it comes to the most cruel leader the first person to pop into people 's minds is Adolf Hitler. He was known for abusing his power to do terrible things for his personal greed. Adolf Hitler abused his power negatively by killing/torturing many jews and treating everyone but the dominant person in his eyes poorly.
He exemplified the ways of both a hero and a villain. However, it is my opinion that he is a villain. I believe this because he could be an extremely violent leader and because he never fully reigned over one of the places he conquered/ruled. He is a villain because he murdered thousands of people and soldiers from different nations. Alexander tortured many of his victims and then he killed them.
Adversity is a condition marked by misfortune; however, every person has at one point experienced difficulty whether benign or extremely severe. A true story, 'Night ' was published in 1960 is a literature work by Elie Wiesel focusing on his encounter with his father between 1944 and 1945. However, the setting occurred at the Nazi German concentration camps situated at Auschwitz and Buchenwald towards the culmination of the Second World War at the height of the Holocaust. Elie convinced that he lived an ordinary life until the German troops within his residence separated him from part of his family. 'Night, ' illustrates endurance and struggles faced by Elie at an early age such as loss of self-identity, self-belonging, loss of innocence, and the gap left in the soul.
In Milkweed, by Jerry Spinelli the main conflict is person vs. person. Throughout the story, Misha has an external conflict with the jackboots. Misha never really understands the actual external conflict here: it is between himself and the Nazi party. Misha, being given a Jewish identity, is in trouble (despite how happy he is about his "birth"). Misha's life is always in jeopardy, even if he doesn't know this.
But that bond can have a high price. War kills soldiers, tearing them from family; it kills innocent people, just trying to survive. People are brutal, whether it be a harsh commander with deathly penalties, or even a rude soldier, demanding supplies or a roof from a civilian. Many think war is not the only way, there can be a peaceful solution. Two such people are the authors of My Brother Sam is Dead, James and Christopher Collier.
Additionally, Inspector Goole states that "If men do not learn their lesson, they will be taught in fire and blood and anguish." The terms "fire," "blood" and "anguish" connotes aspects of hell and war, this statement is dramatic irony because, during the time of the play, society has undergone two world wars, implying that society has failed to "learn their lesson" and create a united community. Furthermore, Inspector Goole states that "Millions and millions of Eva Smith's and John Smith's still left with us." The repetition of the word "Million" exaggerates the uncountable amounts of "Eva Smiths and John Smiths" living within
The question in mind is; what was the effect of this forceful and aggressive regime set upon music? The large scale destruction and oppression of art has in some sense allowed for artistic creation to blossom. Pieces such as Messaien’s Quartet for the End of Time and Strauss’ Metamorphosen were created and inspired by great tragedy and frustration caused by Hitler’s Third Reich. In spite of this there is no denying the fact that many artists were silenced during this period, a numerous amount were killed along with the other 11 million victims during the Holocaust. Others despondently lived in fear, intimidated into not disobeying strict regimes.
It was these two perspectives which, among the obvious revolutionary conflict, spurred yet another conflict. For those for and against the revolution, there lied, ironically, another revolution. Almost as if the revolution were a totalitarian French government within itself, the revolution caused people to grow power hungry in the story and could be seen in many instances. So extreme was this to an extent that if anyone opposing the revolution or even thought to be was found, they would have been killed on the spot. This war, like many others, caused those victim to it to dedicate the full capacity of their minds to the conflict, free of influence from any morals previously held dear.
The second reason why the claim holds true is because the problem of genocide causes many people to either get killed or have to reinvent their entire lives. As I recall back to my time when I past by the factory where children were doing hard labor, I was trying to think back to other times in the world where other problems involving the welfare of humans, but I realized that no matter what happens, someone will always get hurt, because someone can die, or they can drive themselves insane due to the amount of hatred they have for a place. Consequently, without having anyone know about the mental and physical effects of humanitarian problems, the problems might never be addressed, which means the past will just always repeat itself, and that alone could potentially drive someone crazy. To preclude anymore people from hurting themselves in the inside or on the outside, there should just be no more events that result in the killings of people, but because that it almost impossible, the least that could happen as a solution to this problem would be to try and make sure child laws aren’t being broken, or illegal crimes aren’t going
Hitler said the trauma of defeat made him convinced that the Jews caused it. The defeat of the German war shocked many Germans. The Communist posed violent revolution throughout Germany. Germany now faced political, economical and social problems in months and years. Mean while the German politicians