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    The Munich Agreement

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    The Munich Agreement and the Anglo-German Declaration For some European powers at the time, The Munich Agreement and the Anglo-German Declaration was considered to have achieved peace in our time. Unfortunately, the great claims of Neville Chamberlain did not come true. These agreements only delayed the evitable between the great European powers and allowed Hitler to gather more territory with relative ease. This document between the powers of Germany, United Kingdom, France, and Italy outlined the steps and conditions under which Germany would annex a large portion of Czechoslovakia. Throughout this text, the historical context and significance of the Munich Agreement will be analyzed. The Munich Agreement was produced in hopes to stop Hitler;…

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    like Hitler with Chamberlin prior to WWII. By trying to appease Hitler and telling him not to attack it just showed Hitler that he had power and that people would listen to him. Today when dealing with stubborn and aggressive enemies appeasing will lead to lies and tricks. We can see what appeasement did to prevent WWII, nothing, and it will do the same today. When you try to use appeasement to stop an enemy that won’t stop at anything it simply won’t work. Telling Hitler to stop trying to take…

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    Q8. Adolf Hitler was a dangerously strong dictator when he came to power in Germany. Hitler had made it his goal to get back all of the land that had been taken from Germany during the signing of the Versailles Peace Treaty. Throughout the very long list of revisions, there had been many territorial revisions. For example, the Polish Corridor, Austria, Czechoslovakia and the Sudetenland, and demilitarizing the Rhineland. Hitler made it his goal to gain back all of these territories. However,…

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    “Why the Crowds Cheered the Munich Agreement” The Second World War was brought on by the settlement made in the First World War. After the First War, which resulted in millions of deaths in countries involved around Europe, Prime Minister of Germany, Adolf Hitler, and British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain sought peace for Europe. By 1938, Germany violated the Versailles Treaty which was put in place after the First War by rearmament and territorial expansion. Hitler desired to take back…

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    Hugo Bettauer was a very influential man for his time; he was a journalist and many of his novels became bestsellers. In the 1920’s, a couple of his novels had been made into films. His most notable film Die Freudlose Gasse is about the life of prostitutes in Germany. Sadly, Hugo was murdered because of his strong controversial views on March 26, 1925 in Vienna, by a man named Otto Rothstock. Rothstock was a dental technician and had very close ties to the Austrian Nazi Party. The murder was the…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Vienna on January 27, 1756. He was born to a mother, father, and sister. There were more children, but no one lived past childhood. Wolfgang was a determined and musically smart little boy. He knew what he was doing behind a set of piano keys. He was a prodigy to say the least. He accomplished more in a lifetime then most could in two lifetimes. Over the course of his thirty-five years on earth he composed around 600 compositions. Mozart’s family…

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    Amadeus Mozart Comparison

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born in 1756 is one of history’s greatest composers and became a protégé at a young age. When he died in 1791 he had already composed numerous classical pieces that are still considered masterpieces today. In 1979, Peter Shaffer performed his play Amadeus that he fashioned after Alexander Pushkin short play called Mozart and Salieri. The film version came out in the 1980’s. The film is an adaptation of Mozart life and all his struggles as a prodigy, and the man who people…

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    Peter Shaffer’s 1984 film Amadeus is the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, told from the perspective of his peer, so called friend, and rival Antonio Salieri. The movie begins with a man yelling Mozart 's names and saying that he killed him, we soon learn that the man is none other than Antonio Salieri and he is attempting to commit suicide. This act lands him in an insane asylum, where he is then interrogated by Father Vogler a priest who gets Salieri to tell him what he meant by he killed…

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    The First Confession by Hermann von Kaulbach is located at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California (Figure 1). The Crocker Art Museum was originally built by the Crocker family in 1872. Ironically, the museum was built during the lifetime of Hermann Kaulbach. The Crocker is a California Historical Landmark and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It houses over fifteen thousand items including American Art, European Art, Photography and Ceramics. In 2010 a new pavilion…

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    In 1933, Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor, which led him to adding many in concentration camps or death camps including in the camp "Dachau". The camp Dachau was the first concentration camp to open. When this camp opened for its 1st year it occupied around 4,800 prisoners or more. In Dachau, German physicians performed medical experiments on prisoners. While the experiments continued, prisoners also died for different reasons. As I said a lot of people died but a few survived this tragedy. Years…

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