20th century on Hitlers mnt. paper

Throughout irmgards book she shares her personal

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Unformatted text preview: o follow him. She shares how the Nazi’s control of government and World War Two affected her family, her daily life, and the lives of others she observed. Finally, Irmgard enlightens us to the hardship and eventual recovery that was brought on by Germany’s loss of the war. Throughout Irmgard’s book she shares her personal experiences and observations of the things that are going on around her in light of the Nazi rule and World War II. The way that Germany was treated coming out of World War I played a large part in Germany’s quick and blind trust in Hitler. The treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for the First World War and gave them harsh punishments that were designed to set them back and keep them weak. They were forced...
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This essay was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course HIS 325 taught by Professor Aliciajackson during the Spring '12 term at Covenant.

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