Essays Tagged: "Nazism"

What were the advantages and disadvantages of Nazi rule for the German people up to 1939?

What were the Advantages and Disadvantages of Nazi Rule for the German People up to 1939?Nazism seemed to end the effects of the great depression. The German economy had been devastated in ... opaganda about the Jews. After a short while, though, it exploded into uncontrollable mass hysteria!Nazism produced a brief period of financial security for the German people but caused unparalleled m ... leled misery not only to the Jews of Europe but to the greater part of the whole world. The rise of Nazism resulted the darkest chapter in the history of man!

(4 pages) 100 0 4.4 Jan/1996

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

'Den hedervärde mördaren'

Våld, kärlek och nazism Jag har ofta blivit rekommenderad att läsa Jan Guillous böcker omKo ...

(1 pages) 27 0 5.0 Feb/1997

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature


NAZISM        The National Socialist German Workers' Party almost died one morning ...

(9 pages) 109 0 5.0 Jan/1994

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

By the autumn of 1934 Hitler reigned supreme in Germany. Using at least five of these sources, and other relevant information, describe the steps by which Hitler achieved this.

ve to hold out noses and enter the Reichstag...'This shows us that the underlying principles behind Nazism did not change but the way at which they gained power did.Hitler then tried to make the party ...

(3 pages) 123 0 3.9 May/1997

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

Facism: Is it Purely History?

pression of opposition". The New Roget's Thesarrus in Dictionary Form gives synonyms of fascism as "nazism, dictatorship, and totalitarianism".Fascism is the ruling concept which embodies the theory o ...

(2 pages) 110 1 3.0 Mar/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays


d Mussolini, how he came to power, and compare the beliefs and practices of fascism with those of Nazism.        For a man who was to occupy such a conspicuous place on the world st ... ought to make Italy a major power and to create an Italian colonial empire.        Nazism is an abbreviation of Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei ( German National Social ...

(8 pages) 97 0 4.3 Mar/1996

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Roots of Nazism

Nazism was a very destructive force, led almost solely by one man named Adolf Hitler. Hitler raised ... e of problems brainwashed the public into following his every move. After gaining power in Germany, Nazism survived and flourished internationally through Hitler's maintenance of stern, authoritarian ... a state. The Third Reich was founded on Nazi ideas, which Hitler supplied nearly entirely himself. Nazism could not have happened or succeeded without Adolf Hitler.Undoubtedly the most loyal of Hitle ...

(5 pages) 58 0 3.0 Dec/1996

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science > Political Theory

Did the U.S. want to surprise Japan or the Soviet Union?

r II, but that certainly did not mean that they were friends. The alliance with Russia was to fight Nazism, which at the time seemed to be the greater of the two evils. Throughout the war the United S ...

(2 pages) 62 0 4.8 Jan/2003

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

Holocaust in general. 2 pages of facts and the controversy that surrounds it.

ation camps to imprison Jews, other victims of ethnic and racial hatred, and political opponents of Nazism. During the war years, the Nazis and their collaborators created ghettos, transit camps, and ...

(2 pages) 110 3 3.5 Jan/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

The Transformation of German social and cultural life under Nazism

SpeechThe Transformation of German social and cultural life under NazismWhen an opponent declares, 'I will not come over to your side, 'I calmly say, 'Your child belo ... I decided to focus my area of study on the Transformation of German social and cultural life under Nazism.After assuming political power, Adolph Hitler decided to implement his mission of reviving Ge ... established to keep undesirables such as Jews and other minorities out, but also to fully integrate Nazism with artists and entertainers who wanted a change in the structure of their professions.All G ...

(4 pages) 57 0 3.3 Mar/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

To what extent has Arno Mayer (historian) understood the 'Holocaust'?

as a possible candidate to solve this genocidal riddle. Mayer, who escaped the wrathful clutches of Nazism, utilises both is Jewish background and his current historical knowledge to fertilise his int ... e." Bartov also attempts to separate the perpetrators and victims of the Holocaust, suggesting that Nazism "presented Germany as a victim of its enemies, among whom the Jews stood out most prominently ...

(11 pages) 57 0 5.0 Mar/2003

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

World War II, the results of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

of government. They ruled over their people with terror. Hitler took it to the extreme and created Nazism, which gave him control over everything in his country. The United States knew that Fascism a ...

(3 pages) 62 0 3.7 Apr/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > North American Wars

Historians of cultural identities.

ple Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' would be extremely useful for a historian of cultural identities studying Nazism to gain an insight into Hitler's beliefs. But it is now widely accepted that much of the info ...

(4 pages) 54 0 5.0 May/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers

Fascism in Germany and Italy (contrast and comparisons).

Fascism in Germany and ItalyMany similarities exist between German fascism, or Nazism, and Italian fascism. For example, both fascist movements were brought into power after facin ...

(3 pages) 112 1 5.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

German and Sonderweg. Was Germany's development prior to WWII normal or abnormal.

There are two different opinions regarding Germany's move towards Nazism in the 1930s and how it reacted to modernity. The notion of a conservative revolution in Germ ... nd how it reacted to modernity. The notion of a conservative revolution in Germany sees the move to Nazism as a rejection of the changes of the Nineteenth-century in an attempt to move to a better fut ... is here that the ideas were corrupted and eventually lead to the complete domination of Germany by Nazism. Modernism was the vogue in Germany before World War I and was leading societal changes. Many ...

(5 pages) 25 0 3.0 Oct/2003

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

Comparative politics.

has arguably been the most important ideology of the twentieth century. In a way that perhaps only Nazism can match, it helped to shape the future of the post war world. The Cold War directly resulte ...

(18 pages) 365 0 4.2 Nov/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science

Greek Democracy & Its influence on social law.

ogies and Philosophies that exist in this world and each have done a certain thing. Ideologies like Nazism have torn countries apart and made people unequal and treated unfairly. On the other hand, a ...

(4 pages) 62 0 2.3 Nov/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays

Did Hitler create a classless Volksgemeinschaft ?

ed community with fractures in society, but one strong fraternity; one powerful nation. In this way Nazism could be seen as an ideology, a movement, more than just a political party. It was not libera ...

(5 pages) 22 0 5.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

"Fascist rule could only exist by exploiting the fears of the masses." To what extent would you agree with reference to either Germany or Italy up to 1939?

itation of fear to be responsible, as opposed to Wilt, who gives more credit to popular support for Nazism. It is important to consider and evaluate both methods to reach a balanced conclusion on whic ... main ways in which Hitler struck terror into the German people to maintain his power. Opponents of Nazism were often sent there as well as Jews, Communists, homosexuals and gypsies. There they were t ...

(11 pages) 35 0 3.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

Assess the role of filmaker Leni Riefenstahl as a Nazi propagandist using source analysis

The several films that she directed for Hitler are classified as propaganda for their ideologies of Nazism. Often described as one of the best and most influential directors of the twentieth century, ... and the significance and effectiveness of her films can be seen as extreme and overt propaganda for Nazism as the public saw what Hitler wanted them to see.Through the analysis of the Riefenstahl's fi ...

(7 pages) 90 3 3.7 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History