Why does Corporal Hunter suddenly order the men to leave the tunnel? 8) How do the Germans launch their attack against the Canadians? How do Canadians defend themselves against this attack? Which side has won the battle? 9) How hazardous was it to live and fight in the trenches of the First World War?
To what extent was Hitler's personal mismanagement of the Battle of Stalingrad the chief reason for its failure? Word Count: 1999 Table of Contents A: Plan of the Investigation 3 B: Summary of Evidence 3 C: Evaluation of Sources 4 D: Analysis 5 E: Conclusion 7 Appendix A 8 F: List of Sources 9 A: Plan of the Investigation This investigation evaluates the question; to what extent were Hitler’s personal errors at the Battle of Stalingrad, from August 1942 to February 1943, the primary reasons for its failure? The focus will be to analyze Hitler’s crucial errors and what role they played in the downfall of the German Army at Stalingrad. It considers the degree to which the strategic weakness of the German Army at Stalingrad was due to these errors. The investigation will address the question from a positivist approach, analyzing various sources, including books, websites and documentaries.
What keeps Victor from killing himself at the beginning of this chapter? 17. How does Victor become a disenfranchised member of society himself? 18. What biblical character does the creature compare himself to?
Do you blame David Dukenfield for the disaster? Do you know why the police statements were altered? Victims: Who do you blame for the disaster? Do you feel guilty for anything? At any point before the tragedy did you felt that something was going wrong?
Why does the president find the bureaucracy so frustrating to the implementation of policy? 4. Define Iron Triangle? 5. How can a bureaucrat sabotage his president?
They put us in barracks, on three-tier bunks" (Dobbs). This quote shows first-hand that Ford neglected his employees that were working in Germany whilst supporting the German war effort. The collaboration of profit makers deeply impacted the severity of the Holocaust. Without gas chambers, the Germans wouldn’t have been able to kill an extra three to four thousand per day. This next quote shows Ford’s attitude towards Hitler "I regard Henry Ford as my inspiration"-Adolf Hitler (Dobbs).
An example of irony is in the final paragraph of the passage concerns what will happen in the future, and the reference to ‘brides and youthful lovers’ points forward to the monster’s murder of Elizabeth, which will take place quite soon afterwards. This in turn leads to the final irony of the passage. Victor speaks despairingly of the dead as ‘prey for worms and the decay of the tomb’, but it is his use of dead bodies and of the way in which decomposing matter may be reanimated that has led him into his present situation. And when he goes on to cry ‘of what materials was I made?’, he asks the same question that the monster might ask about his own origins, suggesting to the reader an increasing identification of Victor with his
What was Macbeth’s reaction when he returned from Duncan’s chamber? What did he say? Macbeth was disturb and feeling guilty about the murder. Saying “it was a sorry sight.” He also stated that even after the murder he still heard voices. Saying “Macbeth has murdered sleep, and therefore Macbeth will sleep no more” (59).