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    In the continent of Europe, I chose the country of Germany to research. Germany’s largest city, which also happens to be the largest city is Berlin. The country is also the most populous state in Europe, with 81 million inhabitants and is the second most popular migration destination in the world. In Germany, most of the people are very engaging when it comes to the topic of sports. In Germany, group activities, team sports, and competitions take place regularly. Playing with neighbors and friends is one of the leisure activities of Germans. Some of the sports that Germans not only partake in, but are also into watching and supporting are volleyball, basketball, field hockey, track and field events, skiing, and soccer, which happens to be…

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    The education of the next generation is perhaps the most vital task of every society. If you cannot pass on the knowledge you gain to those who come after, then your learning of it is pointless. Conceivably, this is why so many see an education system as a principal part of any nation. From this, neither Germany nor the United States are exempt, and as both strive to create the perfect picture of education, their methods are more often drastically different than startlingly similar. From the…

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    During Hitler’s rule, Germany embraced in his anti-Semitic ideologies and the Aryan race flourished in regards to militarism and nationalism. Hitler placed a strong emphasis on the manipulation of youth as mentioned in one of his books ‘Mein Kampf’, ‘Whoever has the youth has the future.’ Hitler used the education system to portray Nazi views and school systems to glorify war. Youth Groups were created and propaganda and fear were blended in to manipulate the naïve children. The above ensured…

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    Germany (Deutschland) was established by Charlemagne in 800 A.D.; this combination of states were based on two compromises. “The first was between the King of Prussia and the rulers of the other German states, who agreed to accept him as the Kaiser (emperor or king) of the new United Germany, provided they could continue to control their states as they previously had.” (Deutsch Culture) The second was the agreement to accept a constitution that combined a powerful authoritarian monarchy with a…

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    Conference. The establishment of the Versailles Treaty was criticized more likely as a vindictive act rather than an acceptable solution of peace making regard to its great economic, political and social suppression to Germany due to its harsh reparation provisions, extensive ceded territories and disarmament. However, although we could not deny the great adverse impact the Treaty of Versailles had on Germany which led to the subconscious resistance, it was not entirely the treaty itself which…

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    Globalization Impacts due to Immigration in Germany Since the 1980’s Germany has had the largest influx of immigrants compared to any other country in the world. The largest immigrant group in Germany is that of Muslim refugees (especially from Turkey). Most of them had fled from countries currently at war or ruled by tyrannical governments. This massive rise of immigrants has sparked a large anti-immigration movement from permanent residents in recent years. This is mostly due to cultural…

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    Cultural Analysis: The Federal Republic of Germany Introduction: Overall, Germany is a highly educated, punctual, country with a strong basis of family, state and country pride and a rich, if bloody, history. With a Federal Democracy based in equal parts on the governments of the United States and Great Britain, Germany holds the dignity and rights of its’ people at the forefront of its’ national and international policy. A Brief History: Made up of sixteen Länder or states, the country has had…

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    The five themes of geography include location, place, human environment interaction, movement, and region. They help answer questions such as where is it located, what it is like, what is the relationship between the humans and the environment, how places connect with one another, why is one similar to the other. In 1984, the National Council for Geographic Education and the Association of American Geographers felt the need to arrange the way geography students learned about areas. Thus, these…

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    Intelligence In Ww1

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    military secrets of their opposition. Germany was a nation that participated in this trend. However, their collection of intelligence did not involve much covert action. Rather, German intelligence officers used overt intelligence collection methods, including using both personal relationships and enemy news sources to predict enemy movements and strategy. Therefore, collection was the most important element of intelligence prior to World War I for Germany, as it led to early success on the…

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    Otto Von Bismarck Analysis

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    One of the most active groups was the Association of German Catholics that was founded on July 8, 1872. In their founding manifesto, the Association claims, “Without the slightest sense of propriety it aims to drive from German soil the celebrated preachers of truth, the splendid educators of you, the comprehensively trained scholars, the spotlessly pure priests, and the good Samaritans of the last war, labeling them as the dangerous dregs of society.” It is clear in just this section of their…

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