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3. Although he came to office by legitimate means, Hitler moved rapidly and brutally to fulfill his program by creating a new kind of anti-democratic state, and took actions that caused the outbreak of the Second World War. Describe the chain of events that led to Hitler’s rise to power since 1920s. How did he use the power ? How can we historically explain popular support for Hitler in Germany in 1930s? What were the consequences of Hitler’s regime for the German people? For the German economy? In 1930s, Hitler undertook a series of moves that eventually led to the outbreak of the World War Two. Describe what these moves were and what was British and French response. Could Hitler have been stopped? Why did the British and French not attempt to? What were some of the main events of the World War II? How was the pursuit of ‘racial hygiene’ justified by the Nazi regime and what were it’s consequences? What major factors led to the allies’ – meaning, U.S.S.R, Britain and America – victory and how did the Allied victory lead to the Cold War?
4. Although this course focused predominantly on the study of the Western Civilizations as series of events initiated by men (emperors, kings, dictators, scientist, philosophers) who were holding their respective positions of power, we’ve also seen that women led active lives, participated in historical decisions, and influenced the outcomes in history. Discuss the role of women as historical actors, movers and shakers since the seventeenth century through modern times. Who were the prominent and influential women of Western Civilizations? How did they challenge the traditional gender roles? Did the fact that they were women help or worsen their circumstances? What were some of the challenges they had to face, and what were some of the advantages they enjoyed due to their gender? What are their legacies and what lessons can be drawn from their experiences for the future generation of female leaders?