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    cautions with how they run things because the fear of other countries interfering and ultimately the tragedy of the Holocaust. Sadly, back when the holocaust happened things were very much different. It wasn’t rare to have a dictator taking over a country and making all the rules. Freedom was something that was not preached to the world so it made it easy to accept a dictator. Adolf Hitler was one of the worst dictators our world has seen thus far. He was able to convince people Jewish were harming “their world” and they all needed to be killed. “…a cabinet meeting was held during which Hitler and Göring discussed how to obstruct what was left of the democratic process to get an Enabling Act passed by the Reichstag. This law would hand over the constitutional functions of the Reichstag to Hitler, including the power to make laws, control the budget and approve treaties with foreign governments” (“Hitler becomes Dictator” 1). Adolf Hitler was now in complete control of everything and everyone. This now allowed him to fulfill his needs of getting rid of every Jewish person due to his hatred towards them. His dictatorship allowed him to and then convinced the people around him, that they too hated Jewish…

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    Holy Roman Empire Essay

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    theory) by the American and French Revolutions, These corporate liberties were kin to the early modern concepts in the Dutch Republic (a HolyRoman Empire spinoff and England, where everyone had liberties, but the controlling groups, which in different combinations included urban merchants, landed gentry engaged in commercial farming, aristocrats and monarchical elements, had more. In the Holy Roman Empire, religious minorities considerably more disadvantaged, often with little choice but to…

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    Effects Of Reichstag

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    representation of Berlin’s story of war and peace. The collage merged 2 photographs taken in the same location, Reichstag, that are more than 70 years apart. One photograph depicted the horrors of World War ll, while the other captured the present, daily life. As the saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words”, this photograph not only narrates the revolutionary story of Berlin’s past and present, but also the destruction, preservation, and restoration of the Reichstag building. The…

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    The Reichstag fire was extremely important to Hitlers consolidation of power, the incident took place early on in his reign giving him an instant strength, using the fire as a means to give himself more power in order to 'protect' Germany. The Reichstag fire was an arson attack on the German government building, the entire building was set ablaze destroying it. The fire was supposedly started by Van der lubbe, a Dutch communist found at the scene of the fire who was arrested by the Nazies and…

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    Deputies! Men of the German Reichstag! A year of world-historical events is coming to an end. A year of great decisions is approaching. In this grave period I speak to you, deputies of the Reichstag, as the representatives of the German nation. In addition, the entire German nation should also review what has happened and take note of the decisions required by the present and the future. After the repeated rejection of my peace proposal in 1940 by the British prime minister [Winston Churchill]…

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    power was similar. The Witches prophesied that Macbeth would be king, and he wanted the power and respect it would bring him. Macbeth murdered the king, so that he would be crowned king sooner. Then he hired people to murder his good friend Banquo, because the witches also said Banquo’s children would be king. After this happens Macbeth turns completely evil, his hunger for power and greed, greater than his conscience. Hitler is worse, as it doesn’t appear that he ever had a conscience. …

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    president. Many historians argue if the Reichstag fire in February 1933 was the event that led to Hitler consolidating absolute power over Germany. The Reichstag fire was the event that kicked off the events that led to Hitler taking complete power over Germany. The Reichstag fire in February 27th 1933, was an intentionally set fire on the Reichstag building that made the tables turn for Hitler as he had been losing popularity in recent elections of November 1932 with “a 31.1% drop of votes.”…

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    Reichstag Fire Dbq

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    Throughout history there are few people more evil and powerful then Adolf Hitler, being responsible for almost sixty million soldiers in the war and the execution of around 500,000 Jewish, homosexual, disabled and political enemies in concentration camps. But to orchestrate these acts Adolf first had to get to a high point of power, he achieved this primarily in three ways, the Reichstag fire and the aftermath of the Reichstag fire, the Enabling act and the Night of Long Knives. The fire was…

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    Analysis Of Defying Hitler

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    which was helpful considering they are the upcoming generation. Through youth rallies, Hitler was able to convince many youths to join the Nazis. Hitler became vice-chancellor in August of 1939 and then chancellor in November of the same year. The rise of Hitler was seen as a negative occurrence by Haffner, who had the reaction of “icy horror.” Haffner believes that the only reason that people fell for Nazisim is due to the propaganda. To increase their credibility, and to discredit the…

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    Hitler exploited the fear of communism in order to simultaneously eliminate the Communist party and bolster support for the Nazi Regime. In particular, he used the Reichstag fire that occurred on 27th February 1933, started by dutch communist Marinus van der Lubbe to justify the repression of and cultivate a fear of communism. The Reichstag fire led to Hitler persuading Hindenburg to pass Law for the Protection of People and the State through Article 48 (presidential decree), that allowed him to…

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