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    Other sorts of youth groups agreed with using children in this way. After the successful attack by Schirach made a big impact, many leaders among nationalist youth groups willingly joined and submitted their kids to Hitler Youth. Although they were gaining more groups, they still were not happy. They felt as if Jewish youth groups would gain too many strong adolescents, and overpower theirs. After this thought was first announced, all Jewish communist groups were quickly disbanded by Hitler Youth themselves. Even after all of this, the Nazis still didn’t feel they were at an adequate level of power. They began pressuring Protestant groups to put their children into Hitler Youth. Under all of the pressure, the Protestants yielded. Still fearing being overpowered, other groups were made not allowed to gather at all by law. Hitler said that this…

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    Keep it the Heming-Way “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” - Ernest Hemingway It has been brought to my attention that the English Department is questioning the importance of teaching about Ernest Hemingway, who they say is a “simplistic” writer. A Farewell to Arms is an example of a novel Hemingway wrote which mirrors his life and many of his own experiences during the time he spent in World War I. He is familiar with the settings of his novels…

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    1) The novel gives a brief description of the lives of Frederic Henry and Catherine Barkley before they come to Italy. Frederic used to be a student of architecture back in America. He volunteers to join the Italian army as an ambulance driver. Proof of this is when Catherine asks, “You’re the American in the Italian army” (Hemingway 22). Before Catherine comes to Italy, she had a fiance who had unfortunately passed away. They grew up together for eight years. She is an English woman who is a V.…

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    Tesla's Sedan Case Study

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    The initial offerings were not what Musk had envisioned, and massive amounts of time and money were wasted on designs that did not meet the expectations or vision. When von Holzhausen was hired in 200, Tesla was near bankruptcy. Once he had presented a concept that Musk was pleases with, the changes started. Make a sedan that fit 7, as Musk had 5 youg children. Make a master touchscreen to handle the majority of the cars functions, this was years before the iPad was released. The touch screen…

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    transfer territory to its neighbors, and pay reparations. The huge amount in reparations paid, caused the economic hardship, and left many Germans unsure in their government. Then, along came Adolf Hitler, and his party, the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or simply known as the Nazi party. Hitler and the Nazi party appealed to Germans by giving them hope in restoring the German government. The Nazi party was not a new political group, but became popular when Hitler promised a new…

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    argue Germany should not be blamed for World War I. However, although it can be conceded that Germany’s allies motivated Germany to fight, Germany should be blamed for World War I because it was broadly responsible for the formation of the very alliances that led to it, and other countries, into joining the war. Under the guidance of Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, Germany rapidly gained power after its unification in 1871. However, Germany 's role as a growing European power allowed it to upset…

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    Prof. Andrew Donson Modern German History Reading Assignment #3 Bismarck’s Germany Value: 6% of final reading assignment grade 1. What was the three-class voting system in Prussia? What purpose did it serve? Who supported it? Who opposed it (Fulbrook, A History of Germany, 126-127; Tipton, A History of Modern Germany, 112) A voting system based on how much one paid in taxes. Conservatives supported the system because it reflected their interests. Liberals did not support it, because it did…

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    Hitler: Negative but Effective Leader Not everyone is made to be a leader. Leaders are responsible for all the accomplishments and failures that happen while they are in charge. Not many people are brave enough to handle this pressure and many are unable to keep their followers happy. A great leader should be able to bring a group of people together and be able to help, teach, and motivate them on how to reach their goals. A great leader is able to keep his people in high spirits when…

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    Finding Style An author 's style is like his or her signature. It stems from their unique combination of literary elements, and how they weave these aspects into their work. Authors ' styles can be near indistinguishable or the complete antithesis of each other, as in the case of William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway. However, despite the obvious contrasts in the two author’s writings, there are several similarities in their work. Their short stories, Faulkner 's "A Rose for Emily," and…

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    Essay On Adolf Hitler

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    He was positive he was going to be accepted, but the school rejected him. After he found this out, he went to question and get an explanation. Adolf was told that his art lacked a talent for artistic painting and admiration of the human shape. Although this was said, he was told that he had some potential in the area of architecture. This job did require a high school diploma, and Hitler failed to require it. After being heavy-hearted, he left Vienna and returned home to his dying mother, making…

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