The Weimar Republic – corrupt or creative
753 words 2 pages

In this project I am going to explain, with examples, whether the Germans thought the Weimar Republic was corrupt or creative. My first source is a picture. The artist is George Grosz. The picture is entitled ‘Grey day.’ Already, from the title I can tell that the painting isn’t going to be very bright and […]

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Art Berlin Germany Republic The Republic Weimar Republic
Critical Analysis of a Geopolitical Text: Ich Bin Ein Berliner
2924 words 6 pages

“Ich bin ein Berliner,” or “I am a Berliner” is the unforgettable speech that was delivered by John F. Kennedy in front of hundreds of Berliners on the balcony of the Schoeneberg Rathaus (city hall) in West Berlin on June 26, 1963. It is considered one of the best rhetorical speeches ever given. My aim […]

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Berlin Cold War John F. Kennedy Politics Soviet Union
The Fall of Berlin Wall
973 words 2 pages

It has been 23 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Following World War II, the area that was Germany was divided into four military sectors controlled by France, the United Kingdom, the United States and the Soviet Union. On May 23, 1949, the sectors controlled by France, the United Kingdom and the United […]

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Berlin Europe Germany Government
Berlin Blockade and Airlift Causes and Consequences
1639 words 4 pages

The Berlin Blockade and Airlift began on the 23rd of June 1948 and ended on the 12th of May 1949. It was the first major conflict to occur during the Cold War between USA and the USSR. During this conflict Western Berlin who was under the control of the Western Allies was blocked off from […]

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Berlin Containment Joseph Stalin Soviet Union
The Art Scab George Grosz, Berlin Dada, and the Spartacus League
5182 words 10 pages

Introduction Topic During post World War I Germany, the Weimar Republic was established as bourgeois capitalistic democracy. However, the period was plagued with income inequality, corruption, and authoritarianism. At the start of this period, the German Revolution spread around the country. In Berlin, the Spartacus League, founded as a communist alternative to the Socialist Democrats […]

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Berlin Communism Left-Wing Politics Political Science Sparta
African Hero: Julius Nyerere
1012 words 2 pages

Julius Nyerere was born in 1922 in Butiama, Taganyika, where the population was living in conditions of poverty and tension between the tribes such as the Masai, the Sukuma, the Bantu, the Nyamwezi and the Chagga. Following the Berlin Conference in 1884-1885, Tanganyika was awarded to Germany. The Germans brutalized the population and created division. […]

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Berlin Geography Government International Relations Law Left-Wing Politics Politics