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  • The Reasons for the Rise of the Nazi Dictatorship

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    The reasons for the rise of the Nazi Dictatorship of the 1930’s and 40’s have been a topic much debated upon by historians for decades. Arguably the most prominent theory is the idea of a “Sonderweg” or special path taken by Germany that “deviates from the normal path to modernity… the British way, the first and therefore classical model.” There is ample evidence of a “Sonderweg” throughout Wilhelmine/Bismarckian Germany, from the lack of a real democracy in 1871 to attempts to repress threats through

  • Factors Leading to the Rise of the Nazi Dictatorship in the 1930s

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    The Great Depression played a big role in helping the Nazi Party capture power. Many nations were suffering from the Great Depression in 1930, including Germany who had to pay for the war reparations. During this period of economic and politic crisis, the country had been easily influenced by the politics parties. They wanted someone who is capable and had what it takes to be their leader to lead them through the huge crisis that they were facing. Most Germans who are in desperate state as they wanted

  • The Communist Party as the main obstacle to Hitler’s Creation of a Nazi Dictatorship

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    The Communist Party as the main obstacle to Hitler’s Creation of a Nazi Dictatorship I personally think the communists were not the main threat. First in this essay I am going to express my views on Hitler’s political opponents I will also look at the other potential threats to Hitler and show, which one was the main obstacle towards his creation of a Nazi dictatorship. The other threats to Hitler were: the SA, the democratic parties-system -the Weimar republic and President Hindenberg.

  • How Hitler Established a Nazi Dictatorship between January 1933 and August 1943

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    How Hitler Established a Nazi Dictatorship between January 1933 and August 1943 Hitler became Chancellor of Germany on the 30th January 1933. This was a remarkable achievement, however this wasn’t enough for Hitler, he wanted total control. For his dreams and ambitions to be fulfilled he needed ultimate power. He was determined to get it and he did so in five main steps. These were: · 28th February 1933 he introduced the law for protection of the people and state. · 24th March 1933

  • Summary of Hannah Arendt's Ideology and Terror: a Novel Form of Government

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    government is commonly mistaken as a tyranny or dictatorship. Arendt explains that this is because it must begin as a tyranny to lift the boundaries of the laws. Arendt uses two particular governments as examples to help clarify the nature of a totalitarian government; fascist Germany and communist Russia. According to Arendt, the totalitarianism that rose in Germany was based upon the ideology of racism. It was propagated by Hitler and enforced by the Nazi regime. This form of totalitarianism led

  • Corruption Of Power

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    comrade. The dictator in the novel, Napoleon, became corrupted when he became leader. In addition, the quote can be applied to real life situations such as the dictatorship that lurked in Iraq. Iraq was dictated by a man named Saddam Hussein for over twenty-four years. Another real life situation was when Adolf Hitler and the Nazis dictated Germany and attempted to wipe out the Jewish population. Animal Farm, an allegoric story, is comparable to real life corruption caused by power. The animals

  • Characteristics of a Totalitarian Government Portrayed in the Film, Citizen Kane

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    cautionary tale for the late 1930’s and the early 1940’s. The main character, Charles Foster Kane is portrayed as a character that is similar to the totalitarian dictators that came about during this time period, such as Adolf Hitler. Totalitarian dictatorships have the goals of creating unity among the masses and obtaining control over individuals and society. There are three key characteristics of totalitarian governments that are portrayed in the film Citizen Kane. This form of government uses propaganda

  • Dictatorship Vs Dictatorship

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    different forms of governments and among them are democratic and dictatorships. The difference between these two forms of governance is that while in a democratic governance, the leader is chosen by the governed, governance of the people, by the people and for the people according to Abraham Lincoln. In dictatorship on the other hand, the people have no choice over their leaders or how they are governed. Leadership in a dictatorship form of government is normally acquired by force and at times through

  • Diktator Imperialismus

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    well and lure in thousands if not millions of followers. They may have the capability of taking over towns, cities, and even countries. One type of leader is a dictator; dictatorship is the form or way a government may run. A dictator is one who has total power over a country so thus the government is runned through dictatorship. A government and it’s society are affected as a whole through this one dictator that has risen through power sometimes employing force, through exemplary persuasion. Oblivious

  • Totaltitarian germany and the trial

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    Europe, but it is vividly shown through the setting in an impoverished city that is forced to live with conformity, the unexpected arrest of the protagonist, Joseph K., and the corrupt and surreptitious judicial system. Kafka’s oppressive Soviet Union/Nazi Germany allegory was not influenced by the government itself, but by the experiences that he encountered throughout his life. Born to middle class German parents in 1883, Franz Kafka was a shy and sensitive man. (Chalton) Even though he lived with