This period created a lot of unemployment. Fathers would go out trying to find a job. The women would accept the charities because the family did not have enough money to buy food. The government was responsible for the Great Depression because they raised tariff prices, created the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 (NIRA) and they did not get involved with the banks. First, the government raised tariff prices in 1930 it lead to the start of the Great Depression.
When Adolf Hitler won the German election in 1932, he triggered what many believe to be the beginning of a new world war. People had suffered greatly in the years after world war one, and one particular politician blazed hope and nationalism back to Germany. Countries like Austria and the Czech Republic was forced to join the German empire, as Germanys military grew drastically. The war was fought in one day, and is known as the flower war, when people threw flowers at the warheads as they entered the towns. German
Slide 1- Introduction Good morning/afternoon everybody, today I have been assigned with informing you all about the Aztecs, or more importantly, the reason for their annihilation. Now you may be thinking that it was mainly to do with a war, but it is actually almost solely a disease called the variola disease or as it’s more commonly known, small-pox Slide 2-What were the symptoms and effects Now you may be wondering what made the disease so dangerous to the Aztecs. The main problem of the disease was the fact that not only did it kill 3/10 people effected it also severely lowered the victims fighting capabilities meaning that when the Spanish attempted to fight the Aztecs, it became much more favourable to the Aztecs. (Healthline, n.d.) The person became afflicted with a variety of symptoms that contributed to the previously mentioned tole to the victims fighting capabilities. One of the most notable symptoms was the rashes that would spread throughout the victims entire body which contained abscesses which made any movement of the victim incredibly painful, let alone wielding a weapon in combat.
During the civil unrest of the 1960s, white supremacy was becoming increasingly visible and violent in response to the Civil Rights Movement. Director Harold Prince felt that if people continued to be indifferent toward the violence, it would only escalate exponentially, and that the public did not understand the gravity of the situation. So, he decided "to transform some stories of life in Berlin around 1930 into a cautionary tale for the United States in the 1960s" (Bush Jones 241). Although Cabaret is not explicitly about Nazism, and instead revolves around the personal lives of a select few, Nazism is always on the outskirts of the plot and so, ultimately, Cabaret is about how Nazism affects all the characters ' lives whether they realize it or not, it is scarily easy to misunderstand the extremity of the situation, and it is morally irresponsible to pretend it is not important. Not only did people accidentally let the Nazi party get too far in the 1930s, but now, in the 1960s, the American public was getting dangerously close to the same thing: it is hard to realize until afterward.
1900-1950 First: The Mexican Revolution When Porfirio Diaz became Mexico’s president in 1884, he prioritized foreign imperialists interests (Acuna 162). The country fell into debts to foreign governments and banks. The situation caused dissatisfaction among the Mexican citizens and led to the breaking out of a revolution. The civil war lasted ten years. Consequently, it set off a great migration of Mexicans across the border to the U.S.A.
Comparison between WW1 and WW2. Ali Hamza 5B (4) 1.How and why they began One of the differences between World War 1 and 2 is how and why they began. World War 1 started when assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinandwhich created an explosive reaction from Europe because of years of built up hostility and distrust. When World War 2 broke out it was because Germany began invading neighbouring countries like Austria and Yugoslavia. When Germany then invaded Poland a group of countries called the allies united to defeat Germany and its friends, who are referred to as the Axis powers.
Prohibition, also known as the 18th Amendment of the United States Constitution, banned the transportation and sales of alcohol. It was formed to stop drinking in the United States completely which resulted in the complete opposite. Prohibition lasted from January 1920 to December 1933. Prohibition had two main causes it affected the economy greatly, crime increased dramatically, and increased the literary and artistic movement. Many people saw prohibition as a violation to their freedom and it did not take long for the Americans to begin protesting against it.
“How did the Nazis gain power?, https://www.theholocaustexplained.org). They printed so much money, that they had become useless and was found in the streets and some would sweep them into sewer drain, kids would make stacks of money, and buying food is way too much to have around. This sudden drop of value in currency is called Hyperinflation and Germany was desperate to pay back the war reparation. As Germany accepted the cause of WW1 and had to pay for war reparations, then “In 1929, the Great Depression happened. It led to American banks withdrawing their loans from Germany, and the already struggling German economy collapse overnight.
As they wanted more wages they started revolts against the government and the lords and as they protested the government realized that they we in trouble. So the next day the lords and the bishops passed a law that did not allow and wage raise. Well this made the peasants madder than before. They burned down government buildings didn't pay taxes and etc. In conclusion, the Bubonic Plague effected Medieval Europe in many ways as referenced by the documents
Another cause was The Great Depression which left countries with unstable governments and worldwide turmoil. One other cause was Japanese militarism and invasion of China in the 1930s. Another cause of the war as The Treaty Of Versailles which put strong economic sanctions on Germany and extremely restricted their military size and power. This was due to their major involvement in World war I. The United States joined the war in December of 1941 when Japan attacked Pearl Harbour.
WWll started on 10/1/1939. The main enemies were the Germans and the Japanese. The Germans wanted all the Jews to die and to also wanted to expand their country and the Japanese wanted to expand their country as well. On December 7th, 1941, Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. The Japanese bombing Pearl Harbor caused Japanese Americans to face discrimination.
DBQ # 3 World War II was a major turning point for California and we were still in the Great Depression. Hitler’s invasion of Poland in September 1939 drove Great Britain and France to declare war on Germany, and that is when World War II begun. The conflict took many lives and destroyed a lot of land and property for the next six years. As a result of World War II there was a change in California with the labor for women, scrap metal, and the Japanese Americans. According to U.S. Department of labor, “If you have made buttonholes on a machine, you can spot-weld a plane bound for Berlin and take your place among the millions of American women on the labor front” .
The assassination of JFK impacted the mood of American culture, therefore changing the way people felt. (Guinn 484) Some grieved over the assassination other individuals wrote new music that showed how they felt. Around mid 1960s the Beatles arrived in the US and appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, which marked the beginning of the “British Invasion” began and altered the music world of America. (Rolling stone) The rebellious tone and image of US rock and blues musicians became popular with British youth. (Rolling stone) The mind altering drug LSD inspired a new type of rock to emerge named Psychedelic Rock.
Meanwhile, in the present time, emigration pervades Mexico due to its weak and corrupt government, and the strong influence of Mexican drug cartels, which subsequently creates the illusion and assumption that all Mexicans are drug-smuggling criminals. Again, as stated many times before, this similarly happened during the industrial revolution and the “Gilded Age”, where again, due to the sudden flow of Irish immigrants because of “The Great Famine”, xenophobia of them began to infect American citizens, most likely