These consequences were significant for many reasons, particularly due to their impact on society, allies and the opposition, as well as inducing the beginning of WWII. The first cause of Hitler becoming Chancellor was Germany signing the Treaty of Versailles in June of 1919. After the end of WWI, the allies forced Germany to sign a peace treaty. In this treaty Germany was forced to take the blame for the War, pay reparations (which were set at 6.6 billion pounds in April 1921) as well as reducing their army to 100,000 men, getting rid of any air force, as well as being limited to 6 battleships. Germany also lost all overseas colonies, and their boundaries within Europe were reduced, losing in total 13.5% of their territory, which included losing 7 million people to neighbouring countries.
Even though we are still in some wars, we’ve never gave up and are still fighting. I feel safe in america become of our military system is so successful. I thank all of the veterans out there that has sacrificed their life to defend their country. In conclusion America has a lot of freedom like freedom of religion. We have many great inventions in america.
The huge failure of Cleopatra meant that Twentieth Century Fox was bankrupt, and it showed that the audience no longer connected with what was put on the widescreen. The younger audience of the 1960s now found films like Cleopatra out-dated, and at odds with the violent, sexual and youthful world that had not existed in the 1950s. The production of Fall of the Roman Empire was a final attempt to make a claim for Hollywood’s vision of Rome. It was an exploitation of classic cinema devices, which challenge and draw upon the conventions of Hollywood style according to Wyke. The opening scenes are classic as they have a voiceover explaining what the audience are to expect, however the sequence also places a distance between the film itself and the previous cold war narratives of Christianity.
The reviews garnered so much support that Hollywood started losing major profits on any movie deemed “Condemned” by the NLOD. The major movie producers in Hollywood began to have the NLOD review movies before they were published, and eventually began having the NLOD review the scripts before they were ever put to film. Though originally stringent, the NLOD became more morally lax as the morality of the nation as a whole changed. As the strictness of the Legion fell, it lost the dedication of those who thought they walked the moral high-ground. Due to the lack of attention to the Legion, the Legion became subsumed into multiple other Catholic organizations, and though it is still around, became unknown to the vast majority of Americans.
Initially, billions were wasted on war, bonds were a problem, and propaganda started to rise. Us spend about 33 billion on the making of the war. How did they get all that money? By taxing tobacco, liquor and luxury goods. Movie stars gave speeches in schools factories and street corners to help stop bonds free of charge.
McCarthy eventually lost much of his power, but due to financial troubles with NBC, See It Now was discontinued. This situation greatly frustrated Murrow, and in 1958, he made a speech at the Radio-Television New Directors Association, where he ordered news and all other broadcasting networks to live up to their potential. He urged network executives to not sacrifice honesty and journalistic integrity for the sake of commercial success. The film also holds significant relevance today for many reasons. For example, the current political era is highly divisive in nature, as both Democrats and Republicans have grown increasingly hostile with one another, in a similar manner as
Haley Coles Theissen SPH 131 17 November 2013 U.S. vs. John Lennon My overall reaction to the movie U.S. vs. John Lennon was that the government was wrong and acted unfairly towards John Lennon and Yoko. Before watching this movie I was not aware of any of the incidents that had happened. I had heard of John Lennon and that he was part of the Beetles but I didn’t even know that he was dead or was murdered. I was very shocked to find out how the government had treated him and the lengths they had went to, to try to get rid of him. It was very interesting to learn about the story of John Lennon and Yoko.
The depression reminded H. Hauser “of the war, of the worst period of starvation in 1917 and 1918, but even then people paid for potatoes”. Nevertheless, there had been major economic problems in Germany before October 1929 and even in 1931 politicians expected the economy to recover naturally. However, in the summer of 1931 a major banking crisis deepened the slump and the government had to resolve to many extremes to rescue Germany. Therefore, as
The most important plan made was the Beveridge Report in 1942. This report highlighted the main causes of poverty in Britain as, WANT (poverty), DISEASE (bad health), SQUALOR (bad housing), IGNORANCE (poor education), and IDLENESS (unemployment). These causes were called ‘the Five Giants.’ In 1951, Labour was criticized for not keeping its promises, and many of their previous voters turned conservative. This caused Labour to lose the 1951 election, as they had focused more on peace throughout the country after the war, than building
This is shown through Edens downfall of his response to the Suez Canal Crisis in 1956 which beside his ill health made him resign from office in 1957 not long after the crisis happened as he shown Britain how weak he was but also shown the world how weak Britain had become as they were still trying to act like a superpower but in reality they needed help from Allies such as the US. But in 'Dr Jonathan Pearson- Sir Anthony Eden and the Suez Crisis: Reluctant Gamble (2002)'