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03_27 wwii[1] - Notes About Research Papers Contingency...

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Notes About Research Papers Contingency – looking at the future without certainty (looking at possibilities at what could or could have happened rather than what did) Inevitability – looking at something with certainty to happen Make sure not to take a stance of inevitability Adolf Hitler Hitler was a WWI veteran from the trenches In a hospital he finds out about Germany’s surrender In the 1920s he is jailed for his political actions o In jail, he writes Mein Kampf – “My Battle/Struggle” o This is a reaction to what he considers a failure of government becomes a politician 1920: Formation of the National Socialist Party (Nazi party) First an extreme right-wing gang with an agenda to get things done 1930: Become a mainstream political party (the 2 nd largest) 1932: Become the largest political party Hitler becomes prime minister Congress gives all powers to the executive branch (Congress’ majority is the same party as that of Hitler – Unitarian system)
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course HIST 1320 taught by Professor Murphy during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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03_27 wwii[1] - Notes About Research Papers Contingency...

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