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    As Chancellor of Prussia and Germany (from 1862 to 1890), Otto Von Bismarck effectively controlled Germany and its states along with having influence over the rest of Europe. Though having a shoot first ask questions later mentality, he brought prosperity and nationalism to the German confederation. Bismarck reformed and unified Germany along with pushing worldwide innovation by building up a military. Otto von bismarck was very much of a progressivist and that is what made him so impactful. He…

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    murder aimed at related to groups of people who have the same history "purifying" Germany, a plan Hitler called the "Final Solution", Six million Jews and five million Slavs, Roma, disabled, Jehovah's Witnesses, people who are sexually attracted to the same sex, and political and religious fighters against a government were killed during the…

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    prowess. - Hitler used a state-run newspaper (all would eventually be under his control) to spread complementary publicity about himself, and poor publicity about his enemies. - This would aid him in spreading his public image as the saviour that Germany had been waiting for. - Once the Anschluss had been reached with Austria, Hitler turned attention to Czechlosvakia, with the goal of reuniting german…

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    “Life for people in Germany was better under Nazi rule between 1933 and 1939” – Nick Robbertse Totalitarianism • The definition of a totalitarian state: Totalitarianism is a political system in which the state holds total authority over the society and seeks to control all aspects of public and private life wherever possible. • This means that the individual was completely under the power of those in authority. One of the most important way of maintaining power and control was to set up a…

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    On October the 3rd 1990, the reunification of both East Germany and West Germany was finally made official, almost a year following the fall of the Berlin wall on November 9 1989. As two states became one, the treaty of unification caused many people to face economic dilemma. East Germany faced an insane amount of unemployment, while the more prosperous West Germans had to deal with the heavy taxation and were angry at the economic cost. This resulted in a very unhappy society where racism and…

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    Teach About The Holocaust

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    importance of treating others the way you want to be treated. They decided to collect paperclips. This was because during the Holocaust, Norwegians wore paperclips on their collars to symbolize that they agreed with the Jewish people and disliked Nazi Germany. They…

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    They raced to enroll in the German and Soviet armies, and over 100,000 Jews served in the German army while over half a million Jews served in the Soviet army (Barnavi). When Germany lost World War I, the Jews were blamed for their loss due to their tremendous participation in the war. Because Hitler was a German soldier during World War I, it was hard for him to accept German defeat (“Why Adolf Hitler Hated the Jews”). The accusation…

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    Versailles. The German government and people felt cheated at the outcome of World War I because Germany had been blamed for the war itself and left to pay the debt of the war. The Treaty of Versailles, produced by the League of Nations, was a treaty forced upon the German people which not only took land from the Germans, including France, Belgium, Denmark, Czechoslovakia and Poland, but also stated that Germany must pay for the war it had caused, limiting the power of the German government and…

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    To protest against Hallstein, de Gaulle recalled all the French ministers from Brussels which resulted in the renowned Empty Chair Crisis. It started from the mid 1965 to January 1966 when European partners came together in Luxembourg. As the Empty Chair Crisis must not continue as without the unanimous support from all six Member States, the EEC could not pass any proposal and was practically in stagnant. Thus, the Member States came into agreement on the summit in Luxembourg which stated that…

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    Germany is openly welcoming immigrants from all over Europe, particularly Syria, Turkey, Italy, and Greece. Members of various religions, such as Islam, are also being welcomed into the country. Although Germany, as a state, is allowing immigrants, the citizens are not accepting immigrants into society. German people do not believe these refugees belong in their beloved country. This sense of nationalism has lead to riots, violence, and public humiliation throughout the country. The heavy influx…

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