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    the Germans, Italians and the Austria- Hungarians (mostly the Germans). There are many reasons why people joined up for the Army. For the people who did join up for the army they expected the war to last for a couple of months and that it would be over by Christmas. But if any of them had known that the war was going to last for 4 years till 1918, the people who joined up for the army probably wouldn’t of joined the army. The British and French united together to battle the Germans on the

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    Der Fänger im Roggen - German Essay Inhaltsangabe: Der Roman "Der Fänger im Roggen" beschreibt nur 48 Stunden im Leben des 16-jährigen Holden Caulfield vor Weihnachten im Jahr 1949. Holden wird wegen seiner schlechten schulischen Leistungen, nicht zum ersten Mal, von der Schule verwiesen. Am Samstag vor Weihnachten kommt es noch dazu mit seinem Zimmerkollegen Stradlater zum Streit wegen seiner Kindheitsfreundin Jane. Nach einer kleinen Schlägerei geht er zu Ackley, einem Bekannten

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    Figure 1) was used by Germans during World War I; on the bottom part of the poster there German writing which translates out to, “It is essential that the last blows achieve victory! Subscribe to the War Loan!” This is simply saying that, “in order to finish off the war, you need to buy more war bonds”. Also the style of the font that this is written in is an old gothic style, suggesting that Germany is an old and historic country. This old Gothic style of writing gives the German people a

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    disease that needed to be put to rest. The Germans cared nothing for them and would stop at nothing until they, the Jews, were all dead. Hermann Goring, a German deputy to Adolf Hitler, even decided that there should be a resolution to the Jewish problem. He decided that there should be a “desired final solution of the Jewish question,” (Persico 330) and that by putting the Jews to death, would in turn help to solve all problems and restore the Germans back to health. Today as we relive the events

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    The Cold Embrace

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    The Cold Embrace The night in the city was going to be especially cold tonight. The sky had been overcast for almost the entire day, leading to a brief although torrential downpour in the mid-afternoon. The streets of the Bronx outside the third-story apartment window that Leonard Jefferson Bennings now looked out were saturated from the July rainstorm and shone with a glimmer he remembered seeing from his bedroom window in Massachusetts many years ago. He wondered if he would ever get to

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    place. The battle included 600,000 Germans, 500,000 Americans and 55,000 British. (http://helios.) More than one million of the worlds' men fought in this battle. It claimed 100,000 German casualties, killed wounded or captured, 81,000 American casualties, including 23,554 captured and 19,000 killed, 1,400 British casualties and 200 killed. (http://www.mm.) This was a massive amount of people to be killed in one horrible battle in the world's history. The Germans led by Hitler went westward, they

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    weren't for the German invasion of 1941 - Operation Barbarossa. This parallels the USA intervention - they only joined because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour. Operation Barbarossa commenced on the 22nd June, 1941. Just over 3,000,000 German troops invaded the USSR. Stalin doubted the country ability to perform well on the battlefield since the Finnish War, refused to counteract the Germans preparations, for fear of provoking them into war. The Russians concluded that the German form of attack

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    German management, as it has evolved over the centuries and has established itself since World War II, has a distinct style and culture. Like so many things German, it goes back to the medieval guild and merchant tradition, but it also has a sense of the future and of the long term. The German style of competition is rigorous but not ruinous. Although companies might compete for the same general market, as Daimler-Benz and BMW do, they generally seek market share rather than market domination. Many

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    Results of the Attempts by the Nazi Regime to Transform German Society When the Nazis came to power in 1933 they began to introduce a set of ideas into the German society. These ideas were based on the Nazi ideology, which had been outlined by Hitler in his book "Mein Kampf" or "My Struggle" a few years earlier. This essay will examine the Nazis' attempts to integrate their ideological beliefs about youth and about women into the German society. The essay will also assess the success of this integration

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    information gathering and law enforcing body of the Nazi regime, which began its operation in 1933. The organization has been examined though many lenses, some more popular than others. The article, “ The Gestapo and German Society” by Robert Gellately argues how ultimately it was society that fueled the Gestapo’s power beyond the limits of what they could have achieved without society’s help. Other perspectives into the analysis of the Gestapo have included the organizations legal history and insights

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