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Under adolf hitler, the nazis developed a carefully planned network of concentration camps. these were designed to hold all those deemed undesirable by the nazi leadership. an individual consigned to a camp was forced to work, given a specific uniform that was the same as all other prisoners, given a limited ration of food, no access to amenities, and faced a near certain death by poison gas. this tragic episode in human history is an extreme example of

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Under adolf hitler, the nazis developed a carefully planned network of concentration camps. these were designed to hold all those deemed undesirable by the nazi leadership. an individual consigned to a camp was forced to work, given a specific uniform that was the same as all other prisoners, given a limited ration of food, no access to amenities, and faced a near certain death by poison gas. this tragic episode in human history is an extreme example of

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Why did Hitler focus on harming Jewish people during his rule of Germany?

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The correct answer is A) the effects of unchecked immigration.

The political that this cartoon illustrates is the effects of unchecked immigration.

The cartoon describes a situation of immigrants. So, it illustrates the effects of unchecked immigration with so many people entering the United States with no order at all. The situation shows the risk of a lack of immigration policy could have on the country and the possible consequnences of such a few restrictions to enter the U.S.

The sign that says “Baggage the only Requisite”, showed how easy was for people to enter the United States. And the pice of paper on the floor, besides Uncle Sam, with the names of “Mafia in New Orleans”, “Anarchist in Chicago”, and “Socialist in New York”, is an example of the strong journalism critic of that time.

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Adolph Hitler became chancellor of Germany:

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The Eastern Front battle that ended Hitler’s plans for dominating Europe was the Battle of Stalingrad.

The Battle of Stalingrad was a confrontation between the Red Army of the Soviet Union and the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany and its Axis allies for control of the Soviet city of Stalingrad between August 23, 1942 and February 2, 1943. The battle took place in the course of the German invasion of the Soviet Union, in the Second World War.

With estimated casualties in more than two million people between soldiers of both sides and Soviet civilians, the battle of Stalingrad is considered the bloodiest battle in the history of mankind. The serious defeat of Nazi Germany and its allies in this city meant a key and severe turning point in the final results of the war and represents the beginning of the end of Nazism in Europe, because the Wehrmacht would never recover its previous strength nor would obtain more strategic victories on the Eastern Front.

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Such diverse historical figures as jesus christ, napoleon, julius caesar, adolf hitler, winston churchill, franklin roosevelt, martin luther king, jr., and cesar chavez, are examples of __________ leaders

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Melchizedek was king of Jerusalem, much earlier than the Jews had inhabited it, and was a priest of the Highest God, as the Bible says, referring to the omnipresent, omnipotent God. He lived in the time of Abraham, and as it is also recorded in the Bible, welcomed Abraham from his return from the campaign of war, blessed him, offered him bread and wine, and said that blessed was he who came in the name of the Lord.

By bringing bread and wine, Melchizedek symbolically represents the prophecy of the future coming of Jesus Christ, as supreme priest, son of God. In addition, an important parallel, that Christ’s priesthood after order of Melchizedek, is better than the priesthood of Aaron, is that Melchizedek was not in blood kinship with Abraham, whom he blessed, because Melchizedek was not Jewish.

This is important because Aaron was chosen from one of the tribes of Israel to be a priest among the Jews. According to the laws of Moses, this tribe always gave the priesthood to serve and judge among the Jews.

As Christ, upon his arrival, healed and taught, preached to the Jews, but not only to them, let us remind ourselves that he healed the servant of the Roman Centurion, and many other non-Jews. This means that Christ, as the son of God, became the supreme priest, it has been shown throughout history to all non-Jewish Christians. This again means that the priesthood of Christ is based on righteousness and faith, as was Melchizedek. Unlike the Aaron Priesthood, which was based on blood kinship, since he was from one of the Jewish tribes, he served only the Jews, and the Old Testament law forbade him to serve non-Jews.

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Adolf hitler blaming germanys pre-war problems on the jewish population is an example of: question 38 options: 1) the scapegoat theory 2) the social construction of race 3) white privilege 4) pluralism

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Karl Marx developed the economic theory of communism.

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One of Karl Marx’s most famous contributions came in his book the Communist Manifesto. This book explained Mark’s views on government, the economy, and ultimately lead to the creation of communism as an idea.

A communism system is one that is economic and political in nature. In this system, the government would control the means of production, the distribution of goods and resources, and would overall have significant control over society. This system of communism is the opposite of the capitalist/democratic system used in America today. These two ideologies would clash during the mid 20th century in what is now known as the Cold War.

Marx’s ideas were based on his observations of the world around him. He felt that the mistreatment of labor by industry and private corporations would ultimately lead to an uprising by angry laborers all over the world.

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Explanation of Cold War- brainly.com/question/1596857

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Topic: World History, Communism

Grade Level: 7-12

Keywords: Karl Marx, Communism, Communist Manifesto

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After Hitler became dictator, he a.ordered the burning of the Reichstag. b.arrested and jailed Weimar officials. c.banned all opposing political parties. d.blamed socialists for Germany’s problems.

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After Hitler became dictator, he a.ordered the burning of the Reichstag. b.arrested and jailed Weimar officials. c.banned all opposing political parties. d.blamed socialists for Germany’s problems.

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Two neighboring farmers are having an argument. Farmer A claims that he should be given half of Farmer B’s land. Furthermore, if he doesn’t get it, he’ll burn down all of Farmer B’s crops! Not wanting to risk a conflict, Farmer B gives up half of his land to Farmer A. In this scenario, Farmer A is most similar to which of these pre-World War II leaders? A. Joseph Stalin just before signing a nonaggression pact with Germany B. Adolf Hitler after signing the Munich agreement C. Franklin D. Roosevelt after Japan attacked French Indochina D. Hideki Tojo just before the Nanjing Massacre

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In Common Sense, Paine suggested that American independence from Great Britain was inevitable.

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Common Sense was a famous pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in 1776. Paine was an English man who was visiting the American colonies and felt that the relationship between Great Britain and the colonists was highly ineffective. In this pamphlet, Paine argued that American would inevitably become free from British rule. The following is a list of some of the arguments made by Paine:

1) The thousands of miles between Great Britain and the American colonies make it extremely difficult for the colonial governments to work properly.

2) The American colonists are continually dragged into British wars with other countries (example= French and Indian War).

3) The American colonists have plenty of resources and trade opportunities with other countries (besides) Britain which would ensure their continued economic success.

These types of arguments convinced many American colonists that becoming completely free from British rule is the best decision possible. The ideas from this book even influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence.

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Background information on the Declaration of Independence- brainly.com/question/2017710

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Topic: American History, American Revolution

Grade Level: 9-12

Keywords: Common Sense, Thomas Paine, American colonists, Declaration of Independence

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What did adolf hitler do

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The correct answer is: “Germany was left humiliated, and Hitler promised to regain German pride and spread German culture throughout the world”.

The Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919 after WWI, by the victorious allied powers and Germany. Germany was considered guilty for all the losses beared due to the conflict and was oblied, through this treaty, to pay economic reparations to some of the victorious Entente powers.

Germany was also forced to delimitarize and to keep its armed forces and weapon production at a minimum, to guarantee that they were uncapable of undertaking an offensive action again.

This requirements severely damaged the German economy, causing a big recession and even an hyperinflation crisis. Germany felt humilliated and this is one of reasons why, when right-wing extremist and nationalist forces, leaded by Hitler, emerged promising to stop that situation and to restore German pride and to put Germany in the position it deserved as the strongest European power, Germans supported Hitler.

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Which of the following World War II events occurred on May 8, 1945? A. The Allied leaders met in Yalta. B. Hitler committed suicide. C. The Germans surrendered. D. The Battle of the Bulge began.

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Correct answer:  4) World War II

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After World War II, as the Cold War began, the Soviet Union influenced elections in Eastern Europe to make sure those nations fell under Communist control.  The Soviets defended the establishment of such buffer states on the basis of how Germany had viciously invaded the USSR duriing World War II.

In response to expansion of Soviet influence and communism into Eastern Europe, the United States, along with Canada, joined with ten European countries in signing the North Atlantic Treaty in 1949.  This created the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which was a defensive military alliance of democratic states over against the expanding threat of communism felt in the Cold War environment.  The ten original Western European members of NATO were the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Italy, Iceland, and Luxembourg.

Following the formation of NATO, the Communist bloc, led by the Soviet Union, responded.  The Warsaw Pact was created as an alliance of Europe’s Communist nations.  The Warsaw Pact was given that name because the agreement was signed in Warsaw, Poland.  Established in 1955, the Warsaw Pact included the Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.  The nations signing the treaty called on each other to defend of any member of the Pact that was threatened by enemy forces.  

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From “Ten Songs” Passports can’t do what ________ does. (1 point) an airplane a yew tree a committee an atlas Who offered the narrator a chair? (1 point) the consul a committee the speaker Hitler The narrator saw_______ in a jacket. (1 point) Hitler a politician a poodle the consul

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1. The sentence that contains a misplaced modifier is D) Flying high above the clouds, Austin saw the airplane.  

Modifiers are words, phrases or clauses that provide a description of another word or group of words in a sentence. In this sentence, the participle clause Flying high above the clouds is modifying the noun airplane. However, the modifier is misplaced because it is too far from the noun it is modifying and therefore, the meaning of the sentence is confusing.

2. The sentence that contains a dangling modifier is B) While swimming, the towels did not have a chance to dry.

In this sentence, the participle clause While swimming is the modifier, however, it is not modifying the noun the towels, as it seems. In this case, the sentence should be paraphrased in the following way: The towels did not have a chance to dry while we were swimming.

3. The adjective phrase is B) most famous.

An adjective phrase is a phrase that contains an adjective governing the phrase. In this sentence, most famous is the superlative form of the adjective famous.  

4. The adjective phrase is B) is a popular area.

In this sentence, the adjective phrase is popular area since it contains as a main element the adjective popular, which is describing the noun phrase the sidewalk.

5. The adverb phrase is C) across the field.

An adverb phrase is one that functions as an adverb within the sentence. In this case, across the field is functioning as an adverb of place, describing where the signals were sent.

6. The adverb phrase “with a smile” is modifying A) Maria.

In this sentence, the adverb phrase functions as an adverb of manner, modifying the noun Maria. The adverb phrase is indicating how Maria watched her little girl sing.

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How did the treaty of versailles lead to the rise of hitler?

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How did the treaty of versailles lead to the rise of hitler?

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What action did hitler take in defiance of the versallies treaty

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 Persia was happy leaving Greece independent because it wasn’t that rich or prosperous despite what some people assume. The only prosperous places were Athens and Thebes and they were only 2 cities out of the 100’s of Greek cities. In the 5th century BC, the richest and most prosperous lands were Egypt, Babylon, Media, Assyria, Lydia, North India, and the Caucasus. Persia took over all of these lands in addition to many others. It simply did not need Greece which was not rich in resources. Maintaining control of Greece also would have been too expensive because of its distance from Persia although Persia did maintain large potions of northern Greece and Thrace for a time, After the Ionian Revolt of 499 BC, the Persians and their king Darius wanted to conquer Greece more than ever. Persia wanted more and more land. Also, the Greeks had helped the Ionians to revolt against the Persians, and had marched to Sardis and burned the city, King Darius felt the need to conquer all surrounding nations that weren’t his.

Kind of long but i hope this helps!

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