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    That being said, you can probably guess what Germany did after this was signed, however if you didn 't know Germany decided that it would be a good idea to expand their empire by invading Belgium. When this treaty was “broken” many countries started to dislike Germany they crossed the line, yes this is a war but like I said before there are boundaries. Every country is expected to obey this boundries but of course Germany did not. This is one of the many reasons why Germany was to blame at the end of the war. Another one of Germany 's actions that ended up making Germany to blame for the war, was when they took Alsace-Lorraine from France. Alsace-Lorraine was a big part in the French world, because it was a very very big measuring at “5,000 square miles” (Britannica). It was also important to France because it had natural resources to make for a better country, and it also had a coal mine which allowed for gold and other items to be found and sold. Here imperialism really payed its toll to Germany because they wanted to grow their country by trying to take over land from the French. Germany knew that land was part of France but they didn 't care. In fact Germany didn 't care about anything but their own country, and so they attacked…

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    Jessie Sisavat Professor Agocs Modern Germany 03/16/15 Monday Imperial Germany and Weimar Republic Modern Germany has raised to an era that many European countries never foreseen. The Imperialism of the German Empire started with a constitutional ruling of a monarch. It consists with the elected members of the parliaments that creates and endorses laws for the German Empire. After the German Empire defeat during World War 1, the Weimar Republic was ascended to the German administration. The…

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    Nature’s Irrevocable Bond with Humanity Due to a subtle action in A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry, the comparison to a loved one in “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day,” by William Shakespeare, and the continuing conflict in “The Birthmark,” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, these literary pieces of work prove that humanity is forever bound to nature and that no act of isolation or disconnection can break that bond. The environment and ecosystem that one lives in has a very profound impact…

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    The Younger's Family in Lorraine Hansberry's play A Raisin in the Sun, have faced many hardships in 1950s America. In the play, Hansberry writes about a family on the south side of Chicago, in a beat up, old apartment that is about as tired and worn out as the Younger’s are. The Younger Family goes through many trials and tribulations that are best represented by the symbolism with their tiny one window, the plant, mama's gifts, and the condition of the old and new house. The condition of the…

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    A Raisin In The Sun is a play written by esteemed author Lorraine Hansberry. This theatrical work describes the arduous struggles of an African American family in a racially segregated society of the 1950’s. Mama, the matriarch of the family is the mother of two adult children with different ideas in life. She receives life insurance for her deceased husband in the form of a ten-thousand dollar check. This check divides the thought processes of her family. Her and her children want to use it…

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    Above and Below the Law The Tyrannicide Brief, by Geoffrey Robertson is nothing short of compelling. The audience is guided through the legal process, which lead to Charles I’s execution. Robertson’s assiduity in research is highly visible in The Tyrannicide Brief. Readers are not only presented with facts, but taken on a journey that is more than exceptional. Robertson manages to combine law, politics, and social history in one story. Robertson thoroughly brings to life the story of John Cooke.…

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    Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun (1959) is set in Chicago’s Southside and many social issues of the 1950’s are the themes of this play. This essay is about one of the major themes in the play, racism, and how the Younger family, a poor black family, experienced and resisted the racism in their society. The members of the Younger family had to deal with discrimination in the housing industry, their home and their jobs. In, A Raisin in the Sun, the Younger family bought a house in a…

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    Many years ago there was a war fighting for this territory called the Franco-Prussian War. Both France and Germany were fighting for Alsace-Lorraine. Germany had won fair and square but of course France was disappointed and wanted revenge. The French had their opportunity to get revenge with Germany with the Treaty of Versailles. The Germans were furious but they could not do anything about it until W.W.II.. Alsace-Lorraine was fought over because it's large amounts of iron and grapes. the iron…

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    Militarism In Ww2

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    (Llewellyn, Alliances). This is how alliances made World War I definitely unavoidable. Imperialism had a great role in making World War I unpreventable. Firstly most of the European countries wanted to extend their power and conquer lands from each other. Starting from the Franco-Prussian War, which was a war in which a coalition of German states led by Prussia defeated France. The war marked the end of French hegemony in continental Europe and resulted in the creation of a unified…

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    Prussian statesman won a war against France. This war was for one of France’s important industrial areas known as Alsace-Lorraine. After the win, Germany became very ambitious and successful. (Walsh, Ben) Germany also secretly formed a defensive alliance…

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