Ludwig von Bertalanffy

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  • Hitler: A Good Leader Of The Nazi Party

    became the sole leader of the Nazi Party. He made several changes within the party, and members had to vow loyalty until death to Hitler. By 1928, the Nazi Party became a force in the Reichstag. In 1932, Hitler ran for president, but he lost to Paul Von Hindenburg. However, the Nazi Party won 37% of the votes, which gave them more seats in the Parliament than any other party. In 1933, Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany after members of other parties who were loyal to the president…

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  • Bismarck As An Authoritarian Leader Analysis

    An authoritarian leader is someone who has individual control over all decisions and tends to make choices based on their own beliefs and as they have centralised power, also having the final decision. An effective authoritarian leader is different however, they take advice, handle opposition well, maintain strong relationships with elites and the masses and have strong decision making. The main test of effective authoritarian leadership is the strengthening of the German state into the future.…

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  • Europe's Last Summer Analysis

    David Fromkin argues in his book Europe’s Last Summer that Germany would manipulate the events leading up to WW1 for a war to have Austria as an ally. A major component to this argument is the idea that WW1 started with a minor war in Serbia against Austria and Germany gaining Austrian assistance to help them in their war against Russia. (Fromkin, pg271-273)) If anyone could delay if not prevent WW1 it would be a diplomat from Germany. The events that if changed could prevent a world war and…

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  • Inequality In Jane Eyre And Frankenstein

    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte and Frankenstein by Mary Shelley are two novels in which the themes of equality and inequality are explored extensively. The texts are both written by women in 1847 and 1818 respectively and both deal with gender inequality. Jane Eyre is also a social commentary on the injustices and inequalities of the classist Victorian hierarchy whereas Shelley’s novel focuses on the human rejection of unconventionality and the inequalities faced by societies ‘outcasts. The…

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  • Farewell To Arms Character Analysis

    Ernest Hemingway’s “Farewell to arms” shows great change in the main characters life throughout the story and how the war can be hard on the characters and be a big affect on their life events and choices. There are millions of people serving our country fighting for our freedom. The people that do are very brave but sometimes don’t come back themselves. They end up with PTSD and that changes their lives forever it so funny how going to war could change someone physicaly and emotionaly. In…

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  • Summary Of Gender And The Practice Of Scientific Research By Bonnie Smith

    In 1905 the Oxford University Press published Bonnie Smith’s article Gender and the Practice of Scientific Research: The Seminar and Archival Research in the Nineteenth Century in the American Historical Review. Smith’s article is able to demonstrate to the reader what factors led to historical science becoming such a male dominated profession in the nineteenth century. Smith’s article argues, among other things, that the two practices in scientific history, the seminar and archival research,…

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  • Adolf Hitler's Influence

    From 1919-1945 one man changed the world and brought Germany and the whole world into war. He planned his way to get the whole power of Germany. His slow and silent way to manipulate and influence his followers with his speeches against the government in Germany helped him to destroy the political system to form a dictatorship. With the dictatorship he created concentrations camps to kill Jews and foreigners- people who were insects in his eyes. One man brought the whole world in war. The way…

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  • Otto Von Bismarck: The Iron Chancellor

    Otto von Bismarck— “The Iron Chancellor” Otto von Bismarck, one of the most influential characters in European history brought together the birth of the German empire. Bismarck became the first chancellor of the German empire under the “leadership” of William II during the late nineteenth century (History.com, Otto Von Bismarck). He developed Germany into an economic powerhouse to even rival that of Great Britain. Through the usage of the Realpolitik and cunning intellect, he managed to…

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  • Why Did Hitler Use Art Essay

    People see artwork in many ways, either in the form of physical or mental. With all the different forms of artwork, Hitler felt as if he could control all of them, then he could rule over all. With all the different forms of artwork, Hitler felt as if he could control all of them, then he could rule over all.During WWII, Hitler and his commanders ordered Nazi soldiers to steal artwork from captured countries in order to show German power, to suppress cultures, and fund the war. Hitler would kill…

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  • Zahak The Dragon King

    The reading Zahak The Dragon King translated by Parviz Lashgari and Deirdre Lashgari recounts about a son named Zahak who betrayed his father Mardas who was king where it takes place mostly in Iran for the origins of the story. Zahak was full of hate and cruelty which lead him to be the way he is, which explains why he betrayed his and took all his property and what he had in progress. However, per the text at the time there was another king called Jamshid who had much more power than anyone on…

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