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Euthanasia: Pity Murder

The United States’ Declaration of Independence states that every person has “certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men…that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or […]

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Were the people of Germany better off under the Nazi Party?

In this essay, the good and bad movements passed under the Nazi Parties reign and I will then conclude whether I think they were better or worse off. After the Wall Street Crash, unemployment was a major issue. In one of his speeches Hitler promised to take steps to solve Germany’s economic problems and create […]

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The Nazi Police State

The Police State was central to the whole Nazi project. It was a major part of their machinery to achieve their goals of making the German society racially pure and totally loyal to the Fuhrer. It did this with an aim of controlling every aspect of people’s lives. This was achieved through the creation of […]

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How dangerous was Adolf Hitler up to 1938?

To answer the question above I must first define the word dangerous and dangerous when referring to Hitler. In the Encarta Dictionary it defines dangerous as “likely to cause harm or result in harm or injury. ” However some would question whether in Hitler’s case, ‘dangerous’ means his threats, or what he actually did. His […]

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Dew Ewige Jude is translated as ‘The Wandering Jew’

He is depicted as an ugly and a communist person. This propaganda is portraying what all Jews are and stereotyping them. It was one of the frequent posters shown to portray the Jews and convince the Aryans they are bad people and worthless. It shows that Jews are ugly and so you shouldn’t go near […]

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Hitler’s Rise to Power

Question 1: The economic depression of 1929 played an important part in Hitler’s rise to power. This is because the industrial boom in the US led to a number of businesses over-manufactorng their goods. The goods then weren’t sold and the businesses went bankrupt. Gradually the US went bankrupt then the whole world. The US […]

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Why did the status and position of Jews in Germany worsen in the years 1933 to 1939, and in occupied Europe in the years 1939 to 1945?

The status of Jews worsened following January 1933, when Hitler came to power. Given Mein Kampf, and the outlined 25-point programme (both show open anti-Semitism), action against Jews was inevitable. The ‘intentionalists’ believe Hitler always knew the ways he would persecute and discriminate Jews, whilst the functionalists believe he reacted on circumstance. Many Nazis were […]

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