What Is The Great Depression In To Kill A Mockingbird

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To Kill a Mockingbird Research The Great depression a topic that in my case interests me for many reasons for how it was started till how it ended. A novel which I can say is good and describes what it was like during the depression is To Kill a Mockingbird. However, I am going to use this novel and some articles from the interweb to describe what shaped the great depression to what we know it as today. In short, a time in which people were racist lived in poorly made homes and the crash of the stock market. To repeat I am going to illustrate the relationships between To Kill a Mockingbird, and The great depression and how the depression will give us a better look at what was happening in the novel. The Great depression furthermore helps …show more content…

Germany as we know it may have been one of the most dangerous countries back then. But back in the great depression Germany was at its worst they had no one to turn to for help, But then someone from WWI had decided to run for chancellor of Germany, his name was Adolf Hitler. Adolf helped influence the great depression instead of considering all blacks dangerous, Jews were the reason they picked that made Germany horrible and thus Hitler's reign of terror had begun starting with his campaigning. A quote from The History place helps us by stating “Hitler offered something to everyone: work to the unemployed; prosperity to failed business people; profits to industry; expansion to the Army; social harmony and an end of class distinctions to idealistic young students; and restoration of German glory to those in despair. He promised to bring order amid chaos; a feeling of unity to all and the chance to belong. He would make Germany strong again; end payment of war reparations to the Allies; tear up the treaty of Versailles; stamp out corruption; keep down Marxism, and deal harshly with the Jews.” Furthermore, To sum it all down Germany was in deep trouble, they were the pinnacle of the depression. So then one man decided to change it all. Adolf Hitler was basically to Germany’s eyes inspiring He had the voice of MLK and with that, he convinced Germany THat he will free them from the depression. Meanwhile, Hitler is making his party the Nazi Party in secret so that once the rules he will unleash them, and his most famous sign “Heil.” Hitler Then won by raising suspicion by starting in low tones then once he gets near to the end of his speech he would raise his tone and would get everyone wild. One last quote to show where my evidence came from “ His campaign appearances were carefully staged events. Audiences were always

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