The weaknesses faced by the Weimar Republic was known which also enabled Hitler to exploit the weaknesses of the left and the moderates. Appearing to be the strong leader and withholding the communication skills needed to lead a country, he was able to gain the votes he needed (Orlow 'Modern Germany ' p.185). There were violent strikes in the streets, back and forth fighting, rioting. People were killed and the people of Germany, who feared Communism and despise chaos, sided with the “volkishe” parties, who promised to establish law and order. The people of Germany thought rather than having thousands die it would be better to have law and order and break a few heads than to live with that chaos.
Hitler’s leadership threatened family, jobs and existence of possible rebels to its ideals. The artist was to glorify Hitler 's racist ideals, German citizens and soldiers. As a racially pure state, Hitler used the art to overcome class differences and mould all people in the country into one ideal that was his. The artists depicted Hitler, in their artwork, as the healing leader that would cure all the problems of the country. In the effort of purifying the nation, Hitler’s regime promoted Aryan culture and suppressed other forms of
The British promoted nationalism as patriotic. British imperialism was seen as an export of Britishness to the colonies while, for other European nations, it was self affirmation and a way to compensate their weakness and failures. But, for the British, its civilization was superior to all other nations. France In France nationalism was a motivating force in comparison to Britain after being defeated in the 1870-71 war against Prussia.
Kafka’s “Judgement” gives the reader characterization through the connections that the main character believes that he had with his father. The first indication that the man cannot be talking to his father can be demonstrated in the text, “So he’s even got pockets in his shirt.” (kafla, 48) this along with the footnote added by the editor, “*Kafkas variation on the German proverb that says the last shirt the shroud- has no pockets in it,” (Kafka, pg 48) assists the audience understand that Greorg 's father is dead, assuming that the audience knows a shroud was used to wrap up the dead. When using metaphors involving a living person with some association to being dead that character typically is dead. This plays throughout the entire story as he is even unable to think of a clever rebuttal to his father due to the fact that he 's having his father ramle in his head too much, it becomes evident in the scene where he almost falls over but doesnt so that it flows more easily in his head.
Art has to look for ways to ensure every second he spends with his father enables him to learn something new about the Holocaust. Art wants to spend the least amount of time with his father because of the bad relationship between them that was caused by the death of his mother. However, in the Great Gatsby, the central conflict is between a man and himself. Gatsby thinks that Daisy will be attracted to him because of the great wealth that he has acquired over the years. But Daisy requires more proof that Gatsby is a changed man and he no longer possesses his past character.
However Bismarck’s system was described as short - term and while it brought peace in Europe it initiated all the alliances between major European powers, this alliance system is believed to be one of the major causes for the outbreak of WWI. Kaiser Wilhelm destroyed the fragile situation created by Bismarck which was based on treaties that aimed to isolate France; germany needed a very competent successor to Bismarck, instead under Kaiser Wilhelm the German foreign policy was influenced by the same militarism and nationalism that brought Germany to unite in
To this effect, Prussia and Austria were rivals. Bismarck’s main goal was to strengthen even further the position of Prussia in Europe. He had a few primary aims in mind. He wanted to unify the north German states under Prussian control.
His passion towards his cause of leading Germany into being the dominant race in Europe is also very visible. Finally “Telos” is the purpose or conclusion of the speech, in this case it was to assure the Germans that he is alive and the plot failed. Thus we use these concepts to show how rhetoric functions, and how Adolf Hitler was eloquent from the rhetoric
Between 9.8 million and 10.4 million casualties were civilians murdered for political or racial reasons by the Nazi regime. Deaths were unequally distributed across countries whether they were military death due to combat, civilian deaths or the holocausts. There was creation of the united Nation and new Economic organization. This was despite the failure of the League of Nation to stop the outbreak of the World War II, believed to have been too weak to stop the aggressive maneuvering of Germany, Japan and Italy. However a stronger organization was created with leader hoping to avoid a recurrence of the Great Depression.
You can see this with Elies reaction to his father 's death, Elie 's relationship with his father throughout the story, and other sons reactions to their fathers bad state of health. Elie’s dad dying did not have a huge toll on him. The quote, “Free at last,” (pg 112) shows that he was happy he did not have to care for his dad anymore. Furthermore, Elie also said, “I no longer thought of my dad.”
The first way in which Hitler appealed to the Germans can be attributed to nationalism. Nationalism, excessive pride in one 's country, caused Hitler and the Nazi Party to seem attractive because it was almost second nature. Germans ' hearts burst with pride and "supreme love of their fatherland..." (doc 2). The people of Germany loved their country, and therefore, loved their leader. They were willing to drop everything and fight for Germany if their leader ordered them to.
Great Britain had hoped to leave Germany strong enough for trade. the The repercussions of the Treaty of Versailles would soon result in World War II, after the decline of the Weimar Republic and after German sentiments allowed a charismatic Hitler to rise in power, thus heightening nationalism amongst the
Non-Jewish Deaths in World War II All though many people believe that the Jewish were just about the only victims in the Holocaust, they don’t realize that all the victims as a whole, almost triple the Jewish amount of deaths. This is important because for those who lost their lives should never be forgotten. Many non-Jewish deaths took place in World War II because of their homeland, purely difference of race, bombings on Japan, and because they’re soldiers. Most victims lives were taken in Europe and West Asia. Many more religions, races, nations, and politically positioned people died in the World War II, who weren’t Jewish.
Germanness during the Third Reich, was defined by its “social outsiders”; equating Hitler’s notion of threat against Germany’s way of life. Often, anyone that posed a dangerous opposition to the ideal German citizen of the Aryan race with attributes of “hard work, cleanliness, and sobriety” (Gellately pg. 56, befell hardship. These groups of “social outsiders”, the Jews or those “who could not follow dominate social values” (Gellately pg. 56), shaped Hitler’s dream of cultural unity. The “perfect” German identity, constructed through a meaning of what it was not; included “othered” groups of related contrasting religious affiliations, unnatural sexual orientations, and competing political views.