Goebbles who was in charge of "enlightenment and propaganda". Goebbles had been with Hitler all the way through the campaign and was an intelligent person using techniques that are still used in politics today and he used every resource available to
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pursued by the United States after the Second World War. The term was introduced into the public debate by George F. Kennan, a diplomat and U.S. State Department adviser on Soviet affairs. In his famous anonymous X-article Kennan suggested a
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Explain how Hitler and the Nazis were able to achieve control over Germany through a combination of popular appeal and force.
control over Germany through a combination of popular appeal and force. In the first half of the 20th century one man, Adolf Hitler, gained total control of Germany. To get this power he, and his party the Nazis, used a combination of popular
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in Germany between 1934 and 1939. These are political, economical, and social changes, and they affected many people in different ways. The ordinary people in Germany, especially those who were unemployed were the ones who were benefited by some
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of Germany? When the peace armistice was signed on 11th November 1918, no plans had been made for a peace settlement so it was decided that one would be drawn up in the New Year. Representatives from Great Britain, France and USA were among those
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historians have traced the causes of World War II to problems left unsolved by World War I (1914-1918). World War I and the treaties that ended it also created new political and economic problems. Forceful leaders in several countries took advantage
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over, after a lot of struggling and losing many lives the World War II came to an end after the United States had dropped the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Over 300,000 people had died by the end of the World War II. After the Atomic bomb
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exhibited in the democracies of France, Great Britain, and the United States of America. In this paper, I will identify the leaders of this very violent period, and attempt to analyze each democracy's leadership as it relates to World War II. FRANCE
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Why did some men desert and refuse to obey orders in the Western Front, and were they treated too harshly? Looks at the results of shell shock and punishments in the trenches.
the Western Front and were they treated to harshly? The western front was a place of in despicable suffering and death. The trenches were damp and wet. They were brimming with disease. Amongst this there was constant shell fire described as 'true
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"Life in the Trenches" This essay gives a description of life in the trenches in WW1 and talks about how the government prevented the public from knowing the truth about the conditions.
that would change all wars. Never in the history of humanity had there been a war fought in such a manor, and it would change the way all wars that followed it were fought. World War I was expected to be a relatively short war, as those in the past
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