In my opinion to grant this permit would be constitutionally right, but I feel that letting the Nazi parties do the march will just cause destruction and harm to those of the Jewish community even though they say other words. My view is that the Jewish, black and Hispanic communities have kept their community safe and peaceful and the Nazis want to stir up a little conflict. I therefore denied the permit even though it was unconstitutional. Michelle Folger from the simulation points out the obvious fact that denying this march will be unconstitutional, even though “ We must support freedom even for the thoughts we hate.” stated by Michelle Folger. Another person who pointed out a very important fact was Loretta Jackson; she says “I was victimized by this sort of hate in the past. When I was a girl, a cross was burned on my lawn by the Klan. Honest, hardworking people should not have to be intimidated by groups spouting hate like these Nazis.” Loretta points out a major fact that the “peaceful” marches don’t always turn out to be as peaceful and calm as they are supposed to be. If some of the members were to get out of hand and either destroy someone’s property or even hurt someone it would just be instilling fear into the eyes of the peaceful citizens of the community. This would be giving the Nazi parties more power in the community and destroying the peaceful community that it was once. To come up with a fair march for both parties some changes would have to be made.…
COMPARISON BETWEEN FASCIST ITALY and NAZI GERMANY
The reasons for the rise of Fascism in both Germany and Italy had three common
denominators:1. Frustrated nationalism
2. Fear of the spectre of communism
3. Distrust/disillusionment with democracy
1. Frustrated nationalism
Italy had entered WWI in return for promises of land but she only received S.Tyrol at
Versailles (much resentment as poverty-stricken Italy had made great material sacrifices
i.e. 600,000 dead, which she could ill-afford)…
prevalent and noted situation involves the systematic mistreatment of Jewish people. Although anti-Semitism and violence against Jewish people would continue throughout time, it reached a climax with the Holocaust, a mass genocide committed by the German Nazis upon Jewish people in Europe. Following their defeat in the First World War, the German nation could not believe they lost the war, especially since the German government continuously relayed propaganda to its citizens. Many people began to believe…
They knew that they were helpless when they were subject to Nazi control, and that they could either go along with what they are told, or they could fight it and subsequently be killed. This group of people are following the commands of their leaders and have given up all of their freedoms to obey the rules of the Nazis.
b) This image targets the Jews subject to the torture of the Nazis. They were forced to be obedient to the Nazis and lost everything because of it.
foolish idea. Jews in Germany (the citizens) had been living in the country for over a thousand years. Even though they were made the scapegoat for the death of Christ and slightly discriminated, they weren’t tortured harshly until Hitler and his Nazi party came to power in 1933. WW1 (1914-18) became known as The Great War because of its vast scale and its huge impact on nations, individuals, and the extensive damage. Germany suffered heavy casualties, lost land and had to pay reparations (compensations)…
To Be Oppressed
In The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, the author depicts the oppression of women similar to that of the oppression of Jews by the Nazis. Through the gained power under the governmental regime, both parties received a higher ground which allowed them to depersonalize women and Jews in an attempt to create a utopia. If an attempt to create a utopia is done by force, it dehumanizes the society and is counterproductive and results in a dystopia. Each individual has a purpose…
h10 facts about Nazi Germany
1. Nazi Germany's regime lasted for a surprisingly short amount of time. Only 12 years (1933-1945)
2. Nazi Germany was a 'totalitarian' state, meaning that the Nazi government recognized no ends to their authority, would restrict public and private life whenever possible, and would create personality cults whenever possible through propaganda and completely biased media.
3. Hitler used the Swastika as the Nazi symbol as a 'symbol of our struggle'. In Mein Kumpf…
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-They were loyal to Hitler
-People feared their power and responsibilities, e.g. racial purification
-All of them were fit and intimidating
-The SS using violence made people do what the Nazis wanted to do.
*There were 240,000 members by 1939
*They warned Hitler about Rohm and the SA
*They could arrest everyone without trial and search houses on site
*One part of it was the Totenkopf (Death’s Head Units)
The final alliance of the Nazi Party’s supremacy within the German state catalyzed the introduction of an ideology that indorsed the formation of a new society in which class division and social conflict had been eradicated, and a national community composed of ethnically pure Aryans had been established in its domicile. The subsequent totalitarian regime was maintained in part by the multifaceted structure of the Nazi state; however, it owes a substantial amount of its sustained accomplishment…
to its era of greatness. Adolf Hitler seized this opportunity to build the new political party, the Nazis, in order to take over and recreate Germany’s political system. Hitler planned to abolish the existing government and free German people from the neighboring countries’ strict restraints. Adolf Hitler’s charismatic attitude and approach to politics won over the hearts of the German people, and the Nazi Party continued to gain support after they abolished the Treaty of Versailles and improved the…