There was a vast improvement for all of the citizens in both Russia and those in numerous other countries around the world. Even though there was devastation from the revolution, people were better off. The results of creating a government without chaos, increasing the number of people attaining a higher education and reading, and creating an economic plan that resulted in more jobs is evidence of this success. Russia is now a world power, the Soviet Union won World War 2 for the Allies and now have a large say in solution for problems that arise in the world. They were only able to obtain these accomplishments through their success in becoming the Soviet Union.
By Hitler influencing the youth it would help the Nazi Party gain more support because the youth was hope for the future.The political and economic disorganization in the postwar led to the rise of new political parties. One of these parties was the Nazi party and Hitler was one of the party's first recruits. Hitler was put into power and the Nazi Party had complete power over Germany, anything what Hitler wanted was passed easily through the power of this government. Many people were desperate and the people wanted someone to lead them and help them recover after the war. Hitler's political policies were unfair, but the German people saw a greater political stability in Hitler which gave Hitler more support and was able to gain power.
President wilson was a early 20th century president who sought to reform american society for the better. His reform focus during his presidency ranged from economical reforms to labor laws. He used his position of power with reform in mind in turn making him successful in bringing about positive changes to american society. Wilson did things such as create the Federal Reserve Bank in hopes to help stabilize the economy. Wilson was also strong supporter of labor laws which made him popular in the eyes of the working class.
With the help of this reform, Russia’s judicial system was transformed overnight. The judicial reform addressed the key problems in Russia’s judicial system and created more justice for it’s citizens. Overall, the judicial system was accepted and appreciated by Russia’s citizens. The last major reform was placed for Russia’s military. The reason for this reform was to modernize Russia’s military in an economically efficient manner.
Since there weren 't many medical supplies, some couldn 't be treated. The soldiers also slept in small canvas that was weak and didn 't, provide any protection from the snow. This resulted in them having diarrhea, dysentery, and fevers. With so many sicknesses going around about 2,000 out of 12,000 people died. George Washington tried to encourage the farmers to sell some of their food to the soldiers because they were short on supplies.
“We starved because we did not plan well, work hard, or have good government.” (Doc D) In other words, Smith asserts they failed to prepare and adjust because of their reliance on Native Americans for the first two years. Once Smith left the Natives stopped helping them. It got so bad that
This belief eventually brought a huge mass of working class to his side as they strongly believed Hitler’s change on economy would bring them more wages, which means they would live prosperously compared to the Depression era. As shown from Schweitzer’s quote “no single unified economic system prevailed throughout the entire period of the Nazi regime”, this job creation through public works had improved not only economy in Germany but the quality of people in Germany, which shows that Nazis economic policy was mainly based from the evolvement of demands from Germans, and in this way, Nazis gained massive support. For instance, the Autobahns improved the transport and travel, in other words, it encouraged industries to develop such as Volkswagen. Volkswagen was the main motorisation firm that many workers were able to buy by paying monthly installments. This availability of cars and the improved transport infrastructure provided a leisure for workers who have free holidays due to KDF scheme, Strength through Joy, but also for youth generation which were provided from Nazi Youth Groups.
Even in this case though, there were some people who were satisficed. People who had to pay their rent for example, now found it a lot easier to do so, thanks to the never-ending flow of money. On the 9th of November 1923, Hitler attempted to persuade a right wing revolution in Munich, take over the government in Bavaria and take control of the Weimar republic. The ‘Munich Putsch’ was unsuccessful, as the people didn’t rise up against the government and support Hitler, as he was hoping would happen. This shows that the Weimar republic was starting to gain support from more and more people.
The growth of the Nazi party was helped by the “Great Depression in Germany.” Many people lost their jobs, so they turned to the party, which gave them more followers. This directly related to more votes from “1928 to 1932, votes increased from 800,000 to 14,000,000” (“Nazi Party”). Because of this, the Nazi party held the largest percentage of the total vote. In the early 1930’s Hitler made several smart political moves that eventually set him up for success. He became chancellor which allowed him to pass the “Enabling Act,” which in a nutshell gave him dictatorial power (“Nazi Party”).
Was Stalin beneficial to the USSR? Stalin was indeed good for the USSR, because he improved the economy by using collectivization farms, which led to an increase in quality of life. Although he did good for the country, he wanted prosperity and recognition more than anything, so he was willing to sacrifice his own citizens’ lives. Stalin was good for the USSR, because he changed the USSR’s economy positively by using sets of goals, called the “Five Year Plan”. The objective of this was to multiply production in manufacturing, like coal, oil, pig iron, and steel.
The Great Leap Forward of 1958–59 initially produced sharp gains in industry and agriculture, but the zeal for increased quotas quickly resulted in undue strain on resources and quality. The Great Leap was followed by "three bitter years" of economic crisis brought on by bad harvests and the economic dislocation of the previous period. By 1961, the GNP had fallen to an estimated $81 billion, roughly the level reached in 1955. By 1965, however, a readjustment of expectations, coupled with a careful program of industrial investment, helped the economy to recover. China 's trade patterns, meanwhile, had shifted radically away from the USSR and toward Japan and Western
The populists created an economic reforms included an increase in money supply which caused a rise in prices on received goods and services; a graduated income tax; and a federal loan program. The Populists eventually lost attention when many in the South and Midwest switched parties during the elections. The people living in the South and Midwest were pushing for a democratic representative to get their goals to follow through. The economic crisis dominated in 1890’s which responded with strong forces on industrialization, the economy had grown too quickly. There were overbuilt railroads and companies had outgrown their markets, farms and businesses borrowed heavily for the expansion (P. 467).
Congress would grant Roosevelt sweeping powers to regulate banking. The week following this, most American banks would resume operations but this whole motion would not settle well with Huey furthering their rivalry. This was in response to the Great Depression growing worse. Huey would respond by stating that there needed to be a 100% tax on the rich (Bondi, Page 93-117). Huey kept getting high appraisal for his ideas and he was a huge fan of John L. Lewis and claimed that he was the Huey Long of Labor which would help him gain greater popularity among the labor unions (Bondi, Page 133).
The Great Depression in 1929, brought a significant unemployment and financial fall to the America’s economy. President Franklin Roosevelt’s administration focused on the recovery and the transformation of the nation’s economy. In other to improve the economy, his administration introduced numerous programs to help in the recovery. The President created the New Deal relief program to attack the crisis. However, World War II was a war between the superpowers, a military crisis that also defined the American history.
The editorial cartoon in Document H provides a useful illustration of this point (see Document H). As Uncle Sam, the federal government, pours more public money into the machinery of war the main beneficiary would be economic recovery. According to Document B spending on military hardware and in the industrial sectors that produced weapons led to substantially higher prices, a sharp upturn in the stock markets, and greatly reduced unemployment (Document G). Public anxiety and fear in Western Europe and in the U.S. were fed by the prospect of yet another World War. Whether intended or not, this led to another measure supported by Democrats and Republicans that addressed one of the crises of a depression.