What is now Germany, but was once much larger, meant everyone in all these at one time unified areas began fighting for their independence and everyone in the whole world became involved in it. Germany took a whipping, and at the end of WWI ended up having what they considered to be their empire broken up into individual sovereign nations. As a result, the German empire was very depressed, emotionally and economically. This laid the groundwork for the rise of the National Socialistic or Nazi party. The misconception is that Hitler started it, when in reality he just joined it.
Although Charles did many bad and dangerous acts, it wasn’t only Charles fault the civil war started. This essay will tell the reader who was to blame and why they were to blame. In my opinion I think that it was Charles fault because he made many greedy and stupid mistakes. Religious causes Long term causes Charles believed that when he became king he inherited from his father, the divine right of kings. This meant that he thought that God guided him in everything that he did or said.
This made the new Weimar government, who signed the Treaty, extremely unpopular and there was a lot of opposition to the government. Hitler promised to get rid of the treaty. In 1929, the US called in its loans to Germany, and the German economy collapsed. The number of unemployed grew; people starved on the streets. In the crisis, people wanted someone to blame, and looked to extreme solutions - Hitler offered them both, and Nazi success in the elections grew.
Even though he might have been one of the most destructive leaders in history. Hitler’s rise to power is important to understanding the holocaust because the hardships he went through made even more ruthless and powerful. Getting started Hitler’s childhood was not the easiest childhood. He had to go through many struggles that led him to become the leader he was. At a young age he lost his brother and his father, which dramatically changed his personality for the worse (Cort 3).
Henry had a very aggressive policy on France throughout his rein until he eventually decided on trying to become the peacemaker of Europe. Henry wanted to regain the lost territory in northern France so he could be seen as a Great War lord with visions of honour and glory but also to challenge Henry V’s title of the last great English warrior. The first sign of this aim being put into place is the first French war from 1512-1514. However the first expedition on June 1512 was a disastrous failure as Ferdinand of Aragon didn’t hold up his end of the deal for an allied invasion. This shows Henrys naivety in foreign policy and the other European powers were using him to benefit themselves whilst sending him to his downfall.
Napoleons Mistakes and Their Consequences Today in social studies classes even at a very young age we learn about the famous ruler Napoleon Bonaparte. He is worldly known for creating a huge empire basing of off France during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Napoleons Empire was dominant, prosperous, and controlled much of Europe. However his headstrong, persistent personality to acquire more land got him out of power and his empire ruined. Lastly due to his strong and rough ruling tactics when in control of the empire, he was exiled.
It has been argued for a long time if Germany is to blame for causing world war one. This essay will argue if Germany is responsible for the first world war which took part in 1914-1918. There can be different opinions to this question but it is hard to blame only one contry for such a big war. German government was very eager to rule the world and be part of the big countries in Europe, especially like Great Britain. This ruling is inadequate and can make the other countries aggressive and full of hatred.
German land west and as far as 30 miles east of the Rhine was established as a demilitarized zone.’(Duiker & Spielvogel, 2010) The Germany government needed to accept the harsh treaty with no choice. The reparations made Germany’s economy in a worse state and Germans got a hard life at that time. Therefore, the thought of revenge were established and it leaded to the rise of Adolf Hitler, which was the essential person in WWII. The rise up of Adolf Hitler and Mussolini also take an important role for the outbreak of WWII. The rising of Hitler and Mussolini represented that the
He knew his untrained army could not be able to beat the best in the world, but he went and tried anyway. Crassus was a man who did not want people to have power. He wanted to kill Spartacus and the slave army before they tried to end slavery. As a general of the Roman Army, which was the strongest army in history at the time, he led the army to conquer the whole Mediterranean lands. He underestimated the slave army because of what they were.
This was however due to the war being the top of his priorities. He also needed to tread carefully, after all he wasn't voted into office, Roosevelt was. Following the end of the Second World War, Truman attempted to continue the funding of the FEPC (fair employment practice committee), but this was rejected by congress. This committee was founded to help give blacks equal employment opportunities; however it didn't do much to help. Two thirds of all complaints submitted to the FEPC were dismissed.