Hans Scholl

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Resistance Movement In Germany

    more. The Swing Kids were not an organised opposition group but they did however, challenge the Nazi culture. The Swing Kids could have been identified due to their difference in clothing. They all had British elements to their outfits, some boys growing their hair long and wearing trench coats. The girls often wore make up- which Nazi’s strongly detested-, short skirts and wore their hair down, instead of the typical German braids. The White Rose The White Rose were a group of students from Munich University that were an anti- Nazi resistance group. Their professor Kurt Huber led their group. Their main actions of resistance involved creating anonymous leaflets and graffiti. The most well recognised members of the group were Sophie Scholl and Hans…

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  • A Bag Of Marbles Analysis

    In the memoir, A Bag of Marbles, Joseph Joffo recounts his and his brother, Marurice’s, journey of survival as Jewish children who spend World War II hiding from Nazi soldiers in France. The movie Sophie Scholl – The Final Days, directed by Marc Rothemund, tells the story of the founding members of the White Rose resistance group, established during World War II, Sophie Scholl and her brother, Hans Scholl. They were student activists against the war and Nazi propaganda and wrote and distributed…

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  • Analysis Of Sophie Scholl: The Final Days

    After viewing the two links, “Sophie Scholl – The Final Days” Part 1 and 2, several similarities were found between them, and the article “Cognitive Dissonance” by Saul McLeod. The links consisted of two films about a woman named “Sophie.” The films were set in Nazi Germany during World War II. The main plot involved Sophie, and her brother, making political leaflets and distributing them throughout a university campus. Writing and distributing the leaflets were considered a crime, because they…

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  • Essay On Podiatry

    with many different things, and not all of them may be as appealing as a sprained ankle. With many different parts of the foot, many things can go wrong. Although just like any other doctor, they must go through many years of schooling before they may call themselves podiatrists. Podiatry is a one of the most important branches of medicine, and it would be very inconvenient if podiatrists were not at our disposal. Podiatry is an intensive career that requires many years of schooling. The…

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  • Karl Jaspers And The White Rose Movement: An Analysis

    individual, including the execution of political and military orders” (Jasper, p.25, 2000). At some point in one’s life, one will be faced with a difficult choice to risk their lives or not (Jasper, p.26, 2000). Some were bystanders, some truly believed in Hitler, while others rebelled. At the end of the day, none of that mattered. Those involved at the time of the holocaust, must take responsibility for their actions despite if their citizenship was in good standing or not. Sophie Scholl, her…

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  • Han Fei Tzu Legalism Analysis

    Han Fei Tzu: Legalism, is an ancient Chinese philosophy concerned with the art of rulership and the stability of the state. Along with hundreds of other philosophical schools, legalism emerged during the Warring States Period (453-422 BC), a time of intense political and intellectual turmoil. Unlike other schools of thought, legalism defined the strength of the state, through a system of punishments and rewards, propagated by common laws. Neither concerning itself with Confucian idealization of…

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  • Analysis Of The Fist Of Fury

    Thus, the Fist of Fury is a great example of the nationalism depicted in films and also the anti-Japanese sentiments. It is very common to know that in the past and even today, there is still this negative and superior feeling toward the Japanese. There are various reasons why there are these negative sentiments towards the Japanese (and vice versa) but some can be that it may lie in the struggle for power and influence in Asia between China and Japan. Another reason may be because there are…

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  • Effects Of The Silver Trade

    The silver trade of the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries was a major historical process. The global flow of silver had many effects on the multitude of societies that participated. There were many economic effects, such as the heavy global economic involvement of many Asian nations in this trade (Documents 2,4,6,7,8) and greater monetary pressure in China during the Ming Dynasty (Documents 1,3,5), and some social nuances because of this trade, such as a greater European desire for Asian goods…

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  • Religious And Social Causes And Continuities In Confucianism In China

    China saw significant religious and social changes and continuities from 1200 to 1750 C.E. Confucianism continued to be a religion practiced by many Chinese citizens. However, as the period continued, the practice of Confucianism became far more popular. Socially, the emphasis on family in China maintained its importance in society. Nonetheless, as the period continued, the subordination of women within these families increased in severity. From 1200 to 1750 C.E., Confucianism continued to be…

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  • Symbolism In The Forbidden City

    Favorable of the Forbidden City The Forbidden City is the world largest surviving palace in China. It, first, built by Han dynasty. Later after collapsed of the Han dynasty, the first emperor of Ming dynasty moved the capital to Nanjing, but it then moved back to old palace in Beijing and the constructions began again in 1406 A.C. The Forbidden Palace was a Chinese imperial city during Ming and Qing dynasties. It was a home for twenty-four emperors. The palace consists of nine hundred buildings…

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