What audience was this source intended for? Now, I learnt so much doing this, but at the same time it was a major strain and pain in the butt. Speer gained a reputation from this commission as not only a creative architect but also an efficient organiser. Speer's idea of having a large balcony outside of Hitler's office allowed the Fuhrer to gaze down and greet his support, effectively creating an idea of a 'people's leader'. This impressive growth was achieved as a result of Speer's use of prisoners of war and civilian in the munitions factories. In 1943 Speer took over the production of the U-boats and with a competent system of mobile repair units he achieved extraordinary feats in getting bombed factories back into production.
To what extent does the study of your personality support this view? Includes Berlin Blockade, Berlin Wall, Cuban Missile Crisis. This allowed Jews to be evicted without cause from their flats in Berlin as a part of the expanding Germania project which dislocated German people. He designed monuments and decorations, as well as the parade grounds at Nuremberg where a party congress was held in 1934 and captured on film by Leni Riefenstahl in Triumph of the Will. This one was ok though, I thought. Soon he was renovating Nazi Party offices and through his hard work and enthusiasm he mad a name for himself amongst the Nazi leadership. In conclusion Speer serves to remind us that fanatics such as Adolf Hitler and his disciples can cope with the complexities of the modern world only if they can call upon the talents of unscrupulous, self-serving men like Albert Speer.
In the period from 1945 to 1971 historians were overwhelmed by his performance at the Nuremberg trials and were mostly persuaded by his story 10. Contains notes from various papers, including some notes from Ken Webb's textbook. S policy of containment up to 1968. This position was gained by Speer after the death of Paul Troost in 1934. Writing Task: 'Account for the fall of the Romanovs.
He believed Hitler and the Nazis could answer the communist threat and restore the glory of the German empire that he considered lacking under the Weimar Republic. Good if you need to read them over in a hurry and remember key points before the exam. Wanting to become a mathematician Albert was forced to follow his father's footsteps and become and architect. Includes: Essay, Sources, Discussion, reflection and bibliography. In this position he won an architectural prize for the designs of the 1937 Paris World Fair. War lasted 2 years longer.
It must be noted that Speer and his family were an apolitical family. This job was when his work was recognised by Hitler and it reflected his view of the Nazi party through his propaganda. Scripts of presentation must be submitted via www. Assess the changing role and ideology of Alexandra Kollontai in her lifetime. Part b- product of her time. That Nuremberg rally was the archetype of what became identifiable as a Nazi-style of public rallies as spectacles, characterized by huge crowds of uniformed marchers, striking lighting effects, and impressive flag displays directed by Speer.
From March to July 1942, armaments production increased by 55%. This task will assist in your answer to the question: Was Albert Speer The Good Nazi? Head of Building Department of Deputy Fuhrer, Rudolf Hess. Speer's relations with Hitler deteriorated when Speer disobeyed Hitler's order to destroy Nazi industrial installations in areas close to the advancing Allies. A timeline of the significant events in Speers life would be good. May not make sense but :S 1. He was given the responsibility for planning 'new Germany' or Germania. Historians all over the globe have tried to answer these questions and are still attempting to discover the real Albert Speer.
In the light of this statement, assess the view that Leni Reifenstahl was documenting history rather that creating propaganda. Speer was accused of being a liar and a bad Nazi where he supposedly destroyed flats of which many were Jewish. Our recent Trial question on Speer; a Describe the significant events in the life of the Twentieth century personality you have studied 10m b 'Important historical people are judged by their contribution to their nation' To what exent does the study of you personality support this view? In depth about Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr and Philippine people power. Explains the background of the purge, the purge itself, and its role in Hitler's consolidation of power. His parents provided all manner of material conveniences to their sons however with their high social standing, considerable wealth and busy lives, attending to their children with affection took second place. I have the macquaruie guide for modern history, do u think ill be ok wiht just knowing that stuff? Albert's relationship with his parents was poor and had conjured in his mind that they didn't have anytime for him at all or even loved him, but that his governess had shown him more affection towards him.
Covers everything including possible issues essay questions may ask. Covers lice, routine, trench foot and waterlogged trenches, tasks and duties, rats, and changing attitudes. He was unaware of the importance of anything else. Do historians see Speer for who he really was? But too all-good things there are bad. His economic policies and introducing women to the work force freed up more men to work in the army, therefore increasing the number available to fight. By September 1944, some seven and a half million foreigners worked as slave laborers and, in violation of the Hague and Geneva Conventions, Speer exploited two million prisoners of war in the production effort.
Furthermore he was judged at Nuremburg for the reasons in improving the life style as he stated that he did it to improve the work yield and not for humanitarian reason. He told her about how his lonely unhappy childhood had affected him to the point that he had. Having a father who was a successful architect in Mannheim, and a mother who came from a wealthy family you would say that the Speer family was more than well off. Speer died in London in 1981. Does this source portray Albert Speer as The Good Nazi? The ideal of discipline appealed to many, and although the Nazi Party was quite small, it was a tightly controlled, highly disciplined organisation 3. In 1945, he was made Minister for Economics in conjunction with this position.
The V2 Rocket Project- Relied on concentration camp to expand underground tunnel systems. Not Support: - Follows Hitler - Technocrat - only doing his job e. In 1941, Germany produced 9,540 front-line machines and 4,900 heavy tanks; in 1944, output reached 35,350 machines and 17,300 tanks. Oragnised according to the syllabus. Comprehensive biographical timeline as well as his contributions and events during his life.