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Why did Hitler commit suicide?

21 answers · 6 hours ago

Best answer: America was never free. It is true for a period after WW2 before the 80s, poor and middle class white men had more financial freedom, because they were paid more (comparatively) than they are now.

Best answer: Chamberlain never wanted war - neither did Hitler. And it was Roosevelt who created the problems that led to war. The issues between Germany and Poland were relatively minor and based on Germany gaining access to provide support and protection to Danzig and East Prussia. Up until Britain involved themselves in the... show more

Best answer: If by 'get over' (a remarkably patronising phrase) you mean 'expunge from history') then certainly not.

Best answer: They didn't view themselves as Racist, they thought that they were cleansing the American population from mixing with the black people, who were thought to be unsavoury types at the time. Their actions were deplorable, completely unethical and unquestionably racist. They would target young black people and... show more

Best answer: French traded heavily with the Native Americans for the fur trade. Many european goods were traded for the fur, such as luxury and military technology and equipment. Which gave some tribes advantage over their rivals. This friendship was later strengthen due the French and Indian wars. However not all indian tribes... show more

Best answer: Civil rights didn't surface as a political priority until the mid 1950s. The dems made the political decision to rebrand and embrace it. The opposition came f/ the GOP and the south. MANY people switched party over this highly charged issue. It's how the south became so red today. Strom Thurmond is... show more

Why is thomas edison important?

9 answers · 21 hours ago

On wikipedia it says Saxony, Bavaria, Prussia, and Württemberg. What countries are these in now?

Best answer: Generally teenagers are the easiest to convince. Hitler used the Hitler youth movement to give the teenagers of Germany exciting and fun experiences while giving them propaganda making them feel Germans were superior people and in fact were training them to be future soldiers for his plans to conquer all Europe. ... show more

Best answer: Between 1917 and 1965 immigration to the US was very restricted. While the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 had already excluded immigrants from China, the immigration of people from Asian countries in addition to China was banned by the sweeping Immigration Act of 1917, also known as the Asiatic Barred Zone Act,... show more