Article 231 was part of which document and why did it anger many Germans
who considered it unfair
Article 231 was part of the Treaty of Versailles. When the Germany heard
concerning the Treaty of Versailles, they felt ‘anger and pain”.
They thought it was unjust. They were not permitted to contribute in the
talks, they had simply been told to sign. The real German protest to the
Treaty of Versailles, nevertheless, was to the notorious Article 231,
which obliged Germany to accept sole blame for the combat so as to
justify the reparations.
In the 1920s why did support for the mainstream liberal and
conservative parties shift toward the more extreme parties on both the
right and the left of the political spectrum
The idea of “left or “left wing,” as well as “right” or
“right wing” political parties instigated in 19th century in the
French Assembly where groups and people were labeled by where they sat
in the conference hall.
Explain the term “totalitarianism,” along with its goals and its
Totalitarianism can be referred to a political system that relates to
governance by an supreme power, in a totalitarian government an
political entity and individual regulates every civic life aspect. The
totalitarian government’s ultimate goal was to consolidate power under
the charade of a common social and political identity.
Who was Wilhelm II, what was the Weimar Republic, and how did his fate
affect the degree of legitimacy the German people accorded their
post-World War I leadership
Wilhelm was a Germany king when World War 1 broke out. The Weimar
Republic is the democratic republic which ruled Germany between 1919 as
well as 1933. In spite of the Weimer Republic attainment democracy, and
the alliance firstly receiving 76.2%t of the ballot in favor of the
democracy, it fast lost the German public support. The Weimar Republic
years were plagues with social, political and social problems.
What was the context for Hitler’s infamous Beer hall Putsch, when was
it, what was it supposed to accomplish, and what degree of success did
it have explain
Hitler led an ineffective takeover of German government in 1963. The
so-called Beer Hall Putsch was Hitler and the Nazis embarrassing
failure, as Munich law-enforcement fast subdued the insurrection lead by
Nazi storm troopers. As for politics, Hitler promoted a despotism that
would fully control German society as well as impose severe limitations
on groups antagonistic to his belief.
Who was Joseph Goebbels and what was his position in the Nazi Party?
What was his “job description” and what did it cover?
Paul Joseph Goebbels was born on October 29, 1897, in Rheydt, Germany,
an industrial municipality located in the Rhinelan. Goebbels was charged
with presenting Hitler to the civic in the most favorable light,
regulating of all the German media content as well as fomenting
anti-Semitism. He was given a position of minister for propaganda and
public enlightenment.
What was the Historikerstreit and how has it shaped our perception of
the third Reich and its accomplishments
The Historikerstreit inquisitively anticipated reunification, via
raising some matters which will now take on an increasing political
significance, as they concern both the ideological outlook, social
organization, as well as historical self-understanding of the old/new
Germany, and the economic, political, and military task to be played in
the upcoming by a state which has again become one of the most
influential in the globe.
What was the condition of German society, politics, and economy
immediately after World War 1 and how did this help fuel the growth of
extremist parties.
The Germany economy was crumbling to the ground for the reason that
Germany agreed to sign an Armistice to end gihting World War 1. The
representatives of thirty two nations met in the Versailles Paris
Palace, France where they came to a decision what would happen to the
losing nations.
What was the Hitler Jugend: its purpose, its composition, its structure,
its ideology, and its degree of success it experienced?
The Hitler Jugend was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party.
Adolf Hitler believed that the support of the youth was very important
to the third Reich future and aimed, through the Hitler youth programme
to produce loyal supporter’s generation of Nazi view.
The social Democratic Party never really had the support of the bulk of
the German population. Name two factors that help to explain this lack
of support and explain how the Nazis capitalized on this situation.
Hitler understood that the Nazi movement might not obliterate the
Republic by direct assault with no support from the police and Army.
Second, Hitler understood that achievement depended upon the Nazi party
as the undisputed Volkisch movement leader and Hitler as the unequivocal
Nazis leader.
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