Germany Essay Topics

America and lives in Germany

Sujata Bhatt is the writer of the poem “search for my tongue”, she feels like she doesn’t belong because she was originally born in India, raised in America and lives in Germany. John Agard was born in British Guyana in 1949, the son of a Portuguese mother and a Caribbean father. Both poets feel unclear about… View Article

Looking for patterns in elements of life

Looking for patterns in elements 59 of the 92 naturally occurring elements had been discovered by 1850. Much of the work of trying to search for patterns in the elements was done by Johann Dobereiner and Lother Meyer in Germany John Newlands in England Dimitri Mendeleev In Russia Mendeleev’s Groupings Group1 Group2 Group3 Group4 Group5… View Article

The Genesis and Presentation

Orwell’s point through Winston is that those who care are insufficient on their own, a singly party state of the tyrannical nature of Ingsoc can only be overcome by a combined effort of the people: an uprising of the proles, Winston stands alone and is so crushed beneath the boot of Big Brother. Winston’s shares… View Article

Could The Division Of Germany Been Avoided In 1949?

In 1949, Germany was divided into two opposing states, the Eastern Bloc and the Western Bloc. There are many contrasting views on whether the division could have been avoided or not. One view is that the division was caused by the America, and its methods to try to make Europe economically like itself and if… View Article

The main driving force of the Reformation in Germany

‘Cities were the main driving force of the Reformation in Germany’ – explain whether you agree or disagree (15 marks) There were many factors contributing to why Lutheranism spread in Germany. One of the main reasons is that Luther’s message was flexible and therefore had a broad appeal. Other features that acted as a driving… View Article

Unification of Germany and the period up to the second world war

I. Background * 1815 to 1848 German confederation of states and the zollverein it was basically a gp of states under the leadership of Austria, and Austria wanted to stamp out nationalism, and against democracy and revolution, lose entity with assembly who had no powers, they had no fed army, but one good thing they… View Article

Stalins leadership

The great patriotic war was a theatre of war primarily between Russia and the Nazis, although it involved many surrounding countries in Eastern Europe and beyond. This period was notorious for its unprecedented ferocity, destruction, and immense loss of life and was lead under the leadership of Stalin. Yet to what extent was Stalin’s efforts… View Article

The pattern of anti-Semitism

Historian Raoul Hilberg has summed up the pattern of anti-Semitism as follows: 12th century Crusades – “You have no right to live amongst us as Jews”. 16th century ghettos – “You have no right to live amongst us”. 20th century Nazis – “You have no right to live”. With reference to the above quote, place… View Article

Bismarck in the year 1894

Source: Bismarck. Des eisernen Kanzlers Leben in ann�hernd 200 seltenen Bildern nebst einer Einf�hrung. Herausgegeben von Walter Stein. Im Jahre des 100. Geburtstags Bismarcks und des gro�en Krieges 1915. Hermann Montanus, Verlagsbuchhandlung Siegen und Leipzig 1) How did the Germans get the Empire they wanted by 1890? Germany appeared as an Empire after the Franco-Prussian… View Article

The Road To German Unification – 1856-1871

During the period 1856 – 1871 the unification of the German states was achieved due to a number of interconnected factors, which accumulated together, realised this aspiration. These factors included both internal and external factors; internally Prussia’s growth into an economic super power within Europe, military advances and the invoking of latent nationalist sentiment by… View Article

The German economy ready for war in 1939

To what extent was the German economy ready for war in 1939? Consider all the economic strategies implemented between 1933 and 1939 in your answer. (15 Marks) Germany made military moves to expand its borders into Eastern Europe in 1939. There is certainly evidence to suggest that Germany was no-where near the targets set by… View Article

Why did Germany lose the second world war?

Domestically, he had already started to achieve his aims, beginning his ethnic cleansing, and changing government policies on many issues. It was well known at the time that Hitler planned to have lebensraum – living space – for his citizens. He started off by occupying Austria, and convincing France and Britain that the status of… View Article

The policies pursued by Bismarck’s successors

By 1914 the domestic and international position of Germany had sharply deteriorated. Discuss this comment on the policies pursued by Bismarck’s successors. Germany pre 1890 * Germany’s position pre-1914, both internationally and domestically, was very powerful and strong which is why the deterioration had such a great affect. * Bismarck, who was chancellor of Germany… View Article

The period 1870 to 1914 In Germany

How Successfully in the period 1870 to 1914 did the ruling elites of Germany cope with the consequences of social and economic change? Introduction The period 1870 to 1914 involved significant social and economic pressures for change, not least in Germany. This essay will analyse how both Bismarck and Wilhelm II responded to these pressures… View Article