German Essays

German Expressionist Style in the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

The cabinet so referred to is one of the first and the most popular examples ever laid down to show the German expressionism. It has set its foundations by the year 1919 categorically to purely coincide with the First World War where the Germans were influential by all means. The film is popular not only because of this but also for the commentary that is revolved around a political and social climate. The characteristics of these times were those of…

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The Diary of a Young Girl

“The Diary of a Young Girl” is a famous book written by a 13-year-old Jewish girl named Anneliese Marie “Anne” Frank who wrote a diary which she named Kitty. She received this diary in 1942 on her thirteenth birthday. She kept this diary because she wanted the diary to be her friend. She wrote this diary while hiding in their father’s office with her family in Amsterdam, Netherlands from the German Nazis during World War II. They called this secret…

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Even Sigmund Freud Participated

Today the medical sphere may offer us good examples of how the existing diversification of approaches and methods towards the treatment of people is related to the fundamental shifts in our perception of the old problem of finding the connection between the human body and the mind. In fact, on one hand medicine as such is on the most fundamental level an inherently conservative filed of knowledge and practice because what is at stake for a doctor is often the…

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Western Front

“No soldier outlives a thousand chances. But every soldier believes in Chance and trusts his luck” (Remarque 101) — this line alone expresses how difficult and trying was the nature of war for Erich Maria Remarque. However, an in-depth analysis of his work All Quiet on the Western Front would reveal that for Remarque, there is more to war other than difficulty, as he associated the words chaos, fear, distress, darkness, inhumanity, and death with war. By carefully analyzing his…

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German Accounting

German accounting was developed for the objective of supporting management decision making regarding what to produce, how much to price, and how to plan and control operations. A new cost accounting called Grenzplankostenrechnung (GPK in English), which may be turned into Flexible Analytic Cost Planning and Accounting, also referred to as flexible standard costing. This was developed in Germany 40 years ago. GPK integrated the management system into an accounting system. GPK provides meaningful information to manage the business and…

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German Patriotic

Signed on 28 June 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was an attempt to establish lasting world peace by punishing Germany and creating the League of Nations. The Allies, who drafted the Treaty of Versailles, were confident that it was not only a just settlement of the Great War, but that that it also provided the basis upon which the peoples of Europe can live together in friendship and equality. Sadly, the treaty failed to bring neither peace nor justice, but…

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German Military

The overwhelming tactics unleashed by the Nazis at the beginning of World War Two signaled a shocking advance in the art of warfare. The allies struggled to devise defenses against the blitzkrieg of the German military. Eventually, they were able to repel the Germans. However, the nations of the world learned a great deal from the blitzkrieg. This frightening tactic would be emulated and modified in the decades to come. As the Blitzkrieg inspired fear in its opponents, it also…

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The Battle

The first phase of the battle of Stalingrad involved the direct assault of the German 6th Army and the German 4th Panzer Army to 8 Soviet armies of the Stalingrad front (refer to map4). Fighting in the Don steppes reached its height on the end of July when 2 Soviet tank armies tried to outmaneuver both the 6th Army and the 4th Panzer army. It would take 4 weeks before the German army could liquidate the 2 tank armies. The…

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German Shepherd Dogs

Dogs are considered to be the world’s most common pet. In the course of human history, millions of domesticated dogs have been kept either as companions at homes or helpers in various needs. They are loved not simply on account of their unparalleled display of intelligence and perceived usefulness, but also because they are the kind of animals that are able to establish long-term relationships with man. As a matter of fact, man’s fondness for dogs is something that manifests…

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