Essays Tagged: "German Empire"

essay concerning the causes of world war one

iled analysis of these two arguments with the focus being on the main European powers at the time - Germany, Great Britain, France and Russia.It is my view that the First World War was effectively pla ... us historians, I will argue this point of a planned war blaming it almost solely on the part of the German Empire and bringing in the other side of the argument, that the First World War was the resul ...

(11 pages) 310 3 4.4 Mar/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

The Causes of World War I.

liances and an arms race.The system maintained the balance of power in Europe after the creation of German Empire was Three Emperors' League, established between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia. ... o support Bulgaria. As a result of Russia's obvious political losses at the Congress of Berlin, and Germany's decision to support Austria- Hungary instead of Russia at the Second Balkan Crises, Russia ...

(2 pages) 96 3 3.5 Sep/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Foreign Policy(germany).

egime was consolidated, Hitler took little interest in domestic policy, his sole concern being that Germany become sufficiently strong to realize his long-term geopolitical goal of creating a German e ... oal, he made a de facto revision to the Treaty of Versailles by ceasing to heed its restrictions on German rearmament. Soon after becoming chancellor, Hitler ordered that rearmament, secretly under wa ...

(3 pages) 47 0 3.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science > Specific Policies

To what extent was Germany responsible for the outbreak of war in 1914?

The German empire might have provoked the ignition of the First World War also known as the "Great war" ... y their invasion of France via Belgium this being the initial act of confrontation. Would this make Germany guilty in sparking the war of all wars? Being a controversial topic still amongst historians ... rees that a series of events resulting in triggers began the war involving all parties not just the German empire.Whilst Bismarck wanted Germany to stay as a land-based European power with a strong ar ...

(4 pages) 44 0 4.3 Oct/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Germany's view on the response to terrorism.

I. General Position StatementThe Federal Republic of Germany believes anti-terrorism to be crucial for the maintenance of worldwide security and consider ... ed; countries need to have transparency in order to keep accountable.Acknowledging these facts, the German Empire holds reservations while establishing the CGAR. The line between privacy and protectio ... evolving. Isaac Asimov is saying that people's morals have become altered away from what is right. Germany believes that 'what is right' needs to be discussed and agreed upon. Although it is impossib ...

(3 pages) 35 0 4.0 Oct/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Military & International Conflicts & Security

Atrocities of World War I

e of the biggest blunders of the war, the sinking of the Lusitania was an atrocity committed by the German empire that they would soon regret. The HMS Lusitania was a British passenger liner that ferr ... 17, 1915, a periscope was observed off in the distance. By the time it was seen it was too late. A German torpedo impacted into the side of the Lusitania, crippling her. The ship shows evidence that ...

(6 pages) 40 0 5.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Bismarck and the German Empire. A deatiled story about Bismarck and his role in history.

r in 1862 (the same time Lincoln was president in the United States) and ruled over Prussia and the German Empire for twenty- eight years and died in 1898. Now, that this was summed up, lets start at ... t of good standings. He didn't respect and was very sarcastic towards the liberals. The majority of German people looked at Bismarck as the hero of national unity. Along with the liberal standards, ca ...

(4 pages) 52 0 3.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

Why did the allies disagree over the treatment of Germany in 1919?

The allies disagreed over the treatment of Germany in 1919 because they all had different experiences of war.France is geographically situated ... 9 because they all had different experiences of war.France is geographically situated right next to Germany, and had the most casualties and damage, as the battles had largely taken place on French so ... s, having been humiliated in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles with the establishment of the Second German Empire in 1870-1871. The Prime Minister, Clemenceau was the Mayor of Paris during the siege o ...

(2 pages) 16 0 4.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

Paul Joseph Goebbels - His part in World War II and Nazi Propaganda

rds joined the Nazi Party and worked with Gregor Strasser, who had control of the party in Northern Germany. As the split between Hitler and Strasser developed and deepened, he switched fealty to Hitl ... .In 1928, Goebbels was elected to the Reichstag, which was the House of Representatives of the Nazi German empire. It consisted of members elected for a term of a three years by the direct vote of the ...

(2 pages) 61 1 5.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

The Effect of Monarchs on World War One

Did the European monarchies of Britain, Russia, and Germany help to lead theworld into the first world war of 1914? I've investigated this question thro ... a severe overcompensation complex, Kaiser Wilhelm II had ascended to the position of emperor of the German empire in 1890, and embarked on a path to destruction. One could say it all started with the ... Kaiser. He went as far as to make it mandatory reading for his naval officers, and quickly acquired German publishing rights. Then, following the advice laid forth in Mahan's book, he proceeded to cre ...

(8 pages) 52 0 4.6 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

Otto von Bismarck and his foreign policies

I of1914 -1918 and its consequences for the XX century Europe.Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prusso-German statesman, was the architect of German unification and the first chancellor of the united Ger ... an unification and the first chancellor of the united German nation. Throughout Bismarck's efforts, Germany was transformed from a loose collection of small states into the German Empire, proudly name ...

(6 pages) 75 0 4.7 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Luther an intellectual historians persepective

Avignon, the two popes excommunicated each other. European loyalty became divided, England and the German empire sided with Urban, France and the kings of Spain with Clement. In 1409 the Council of P ... fy the church under one pope but ironically created a third pope. Secondly the establishment of the German national reform council with a "radically separatist" stance acted to distance Germany from R ...

(6 pages) 46 0 5.0 Aug/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Using Viktor Frankl, Hitler, and Sartre sources to show that we have to make our own choices: :"Lessons in Choosing"

The end of The Great War left the Second German Empire in shambles. Inflation and food shortages in the nation were enormous and beyond belie ... nd social problem. But amongst the rubble, a man by the name of Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) joined the German Workers' Party which later became known as the NAZI party. By using his clever writings, prop ... l party with his ways to help the nation rid it of the Jewish burden. Hitler's justification of why Germany should get rid of the Jews, as well as other extremities, and his plan on how to rid the cou ...

(8 pages) 63 0 3.0 Sep/2004

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Philosophy

IGCSE World War I Causes

ppen. There was build up to the catastrophe that began way back to the times of Bismarck.During the German Unification, Bismarck had used a war with France to include the South German States into his ... em with this alliance; Austria-Hungary and Russia had long been rivals over dominance of the Slavs. Germany ended up losing Russia as an ally, and in 1879, she formed the Dual Alliance with Austria-Hu ...

(4 pages) 45 1 3.0 Jan/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

To what extent had the hopes of the peacemakers of 1918-19 been fulfilled in Europe by 1929?

lles in 1919. After signing this Treaty a new order was established in Europe. The old Empires like German Empire and Austria-Hungary collapsed and many new countries were created - e.g. Poland, Czech ... ere fulfilled by 1929.The main aim of the victorious powers after the First World War was to punish Germany and to do everything in order to preserve peace and such a war wouldn't happen again. The Ve ...

(3 pages) 22 0 4.0 Dec/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

How harsh was the treaty of Versailles?

rsailles (1919) was the peace treaty, which officially ended World War I between the Allies and the German Empire. After six months of negotiations, which took place at the Paris Peace Conference, Ger ... s "forced" to sign the treaty and accept therefore the full responsibility for causing the war. The German empire was punished militarily, territorially, and had also to finance the reparations of Fra ...

(4 pages) 25 0 0.0 Oct/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

The Non Existent Nationality

of Europe. Pan-Slavism was doomed to failure.The Slavic people were citizens of Austro-Hungary, the German Empire, the Ottoman Empire, Russia, and other countries throughout Europe in great numbers. S ... idn't end up in some gray area of nationality. The naming of these Russians, Austrians, Hungarians, Germans, Poles, Czechs, etc., as Slavs was a great mistake however. They could not be united as a pe ...

(3 pages) 751 0 0.0 Apr/2001

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

German Unification

German Unification is believed to be, by some, the most significant achievement of mid-nineteenth ce ... he most significant achievement of mid-nineteenth century nationalists, where the divided states of Germany joined into the German Empire. For years before unification the powerful neighbors of German ... Otto Van Bismarck, and his General Chief of Staff, Helmuth von Moltke to act, bringing together the German states into a single unit, however this single unit was excluding Austria who was not to be p ...

(8 pages) 37 0 3.0 Jan/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Hitlers Impact On Germany

Hitler became the leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, Nazis for short, in 1921. He had a great talent in speeches that won votes to ... Nazis for short, in 1921. He had a great talent in speeches that won votes to become the Fuhrer of Germany. This essay looks at Hitler's ideological beliefs, which had great impact in Germany. From l ... and social.Hitler hated the Treaty of Versailles and St Germain. He thought it was unfair that the German Empire was taken away so that Germany and Poland were never allowed to unite again. He though ...

(4 pages) 9 0 5.0 Feb/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History


eresting. Many maps can also be found here to help with the visual aspect. For example it shows the German empire in 1914 as formed by wars in 1871. Bismarck's always thought that a country must be in ...

(1 pages) 434 0 0.0 Mar/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History