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    squad whose main goal was to murder all Jews in the Soviet Union. They often killed the imprisoned Jews by killing them one by one. By December of 1941 over 500,000 Jews were killed. The Nazi party, however were not fond of this killing method since it was inefficient and slow. In 1942, officials of the Nazi party met to discuss what is now known as the “Final Solution”. This was a name used for the organized, planned murder of all Jews in Europe. Six death camps were established in Poland…

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    the Nazism party were able to maneuver Germany during the totalitarian period (1933-1945)? After Adolf Hitler was appointed a chancellor of Germany he took every single opportunity he had, to make Germany a one party dictatorship. Adolf Hitler also carefully organized the police power which was necessary to enforce his term policies of what he called his “racial” purifications and also European conquests inside & outside legal framework of the German constitution. The Nazi party was the…

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    Oskar Schindler

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    have seemed like a bad guy since he joined the Nazi Party in February 1939, but he used his occupation as an entrepreneur in his plan to save around 1,200 Jews from being sent to concentration camps. Born in Svitavy, Moravia on April 1908, Schindler began his wife by attending trade school and held a job at his father’s machinery business. In the meantime, Hitler was gaining more control over Germany along with the development of the Nazi Party. It was not until 1936 when Schindler starting…

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    The German political party, the Nazi Party, is overwhelmingly portrayed to all of non-German history’s as one of the most notorious, radical, insane, and overall ruthless political parties to ever arise. However, to the German population that had been left to deal with the aftermath of World War I, the Nazi Party gave them a new opportunity to restore the pride within Germany and satisfy the meaning of the Völk. Following World War I along with the Treaty of Versailles, Germany had been made…

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    some Republicans of today which is to allow the states to determine their abortion policy. Further, both of McGovern’s Vice Presidential candidates Thomas Eagleton and Sargent Shriver were pro-life. As previously stated New Left groups like SISTER called for full abortion rights for all women stating “all women should have access to information about abortion and should be able to receive abortions on demand,” McGovern also was not the candidate of “acid”. McGovern outlined a clear platform to…

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    Greatest Election Upset

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    Truman, Thomas E. Dewey, J.Strom Thurmond, and Henry Wallace. The parties that were included were Democrats, Republicans, States’ Rights which were also known as Dixiecrats, and Progressives. All of the other candidates parties really wanted Truman out of office, but he fought hard and ignored them and came to be the 33th President…

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    movement is known for its modest positions and overall role in the Republican Party. One of their main goals is to bring awareness to the public in terms of not spending more money than what it takes in and live under the constitution. This particular movement advocates for reduced U.S. government spending and reduction of the nation’s debt. Although, this does not particularly apply to everyone, members of the Tea Party typically consist of white older men. Unlike liberals, their core beliefs…

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    How did Adolf Hitler become dictator? How did he become so powerful? What was his attentions of doing in the future? He wanted the perfect world that he always thought of. Hitler wanted to takeover the world by becoming powerful, doing what he thought was best, and making it his own. Adolf Hitler before World War II served in the Bavarian Germany army. At a very quick approch he proved to be a courageous soldier. December 1914, he was awarded the Iron Cross second class. August 1918 he was…

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    no matter how chaotic and twisted the electoral process may have been. This election was so important that Larson called it “The Second American Revolution”(Larson 22). Larson called the election this because it filled many of the holes that were still in the government that was about to be formed. The election process was filled with turmoil and confrontation between the two parties that were running against each other. Despite all of the betrayal between John Adams and John Jefferson they were…

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    is coming to minimum wage and taxes but with social issues like abortion rights and the case of divorce they are strict or conservative about that. Religious groups mostly support conservatives for public office and they tend to vote the Republican party that associate with abortion rights, school prayer, divorce than foreign policy (ushistory.org, 2016). The religion played out still in the survey and focus group a girl said she would vote for Trump because of religious freedom and evangelical…

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