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Interpretation537 Words / ~ pages Düsseldorf Interpretatio­n The Modern Commonwealth The author uses many stylistic devices to point out his idea oh the Modern Commonwealth and the challenges it nowadays has to face. At first you can find a structured speech. In the first paragraph, McKinnon explains what the Commonwealth is, which nations it includes and what has changed. This helps the listener to get a good impression of what is going to follow in the speech. Next, he talks about the Commonwealth Games Federation, the most famous organization of the Commonwealth. After this, McKinnon mentions an important fact: the goals the Commonwealth has. He describes it with two words: democracy and development. The next paragraph contains the influence the Commonwealth has on the world. When they propose an idea, the politicians all over the world take it to heart and try to implement…[show more]
Interpretation485 Words / ~1 page Anna-Simsen-Berufsschule, Herford Análisis de la caricatura “The three emperors” En lo siguiente voy a analizar la caricatura “The three emperors”, dibujado por un artista desconocido. Esta fuente primaria (no se sabe ni lugar ni la fecha de la publicación) se dirige a contemporáneo­s y gente interesadas. Su tema es el “Dreikaiserab­kom­men” del año 1872 y la intención del artista fue criticar y provocar el uso de Bismarck con la alianza. En la caricatura se puede ver a tres personas llevando diferentes uniformes y coronas que están sentados en pequeñas sillas. Ellos tienen sus manos atados en la silla. Al fondo se puede ver a una persona más grande con una barba ostentosa y una calva llevando un traje lujoso y formal. La persona en el fondo tiene tres hilos en las manos que están conectadas con cada persona en el primer plano. La caricatura está dibujada en blanco y…[show more]
Interpretation793 Words / ~2 pages Von-Saldern Gymnasium Brandenburg an der Havel Analysis of a political speech The historical speech of Otto Wels which was before the Centre Party, the Nazi Party and the German National People’s Party had voted for the Enabling Act in 1933. On the 27th February 1933 Hitler wanted to have the “Enabling Act” passed by a two third majority of the Reichstag. This “Enabling Act” would allow him to pass laws without asking the Reichstag for their consent. Otto Wels was the leader of the parliamentary group “SPD” and used his political rank to speak to the Reichstag and the German citizens. He spoke to them because he wanted to declare the SPD’s opposition to the Enabling Act as well as the persecution of more than 40.000 Communists and Social Democrats since the burning of the Reichstag. The leader of the parliamentary group “SPD” held that speech on the 23rd of March 1933 to the members…[show more]
Interpretation342 Words / ~ pages Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg Manifesto of the Communist Party 1.) The given primary source “Manifesto of the Communist Party”, written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, was published in 1848. Refering to the different social-classe­s in England to that time, Marx and Engels adress the wide-spread audience in order to convince them of the communist ideas. In their publication, Marx and Engels state their final aim to overthrow the burgeois supremacy, to form the proletariat into a class and to form a state ruled by the proletariat. With knowing that this system is hardly to establish, they list ideas how to implement communist ideas. Their suggestions mainly concern the abolishment of property, supported by a heavy income tax, the abolishment of inheritance, the establishment of state-control­led banks and credits in order to establish a monopoly. Furthermore,…[show more]
Interpretation1.710 Words / ~ pages Europaschule Köln The impact of the factory System on Women and the Family by Friedrich Engels Text analysis The given primary source „The impact of the factory System on Women and the Family“, written in 1844 by Friedrich Engels in Manchester, is a text excerpt from Engels’ publication “The condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844“. Commenting on the problems families and especially women faced during the industrial revolution in England, Engels addresses the wide-spread audience to inform about the urgent problems families of the lower-classes face and how they are ignored by the entrepreneurs­. With his extract, Engels demands a re-thinking of the entrepreneurs in order to support the workers. In his excerpt F. Engels points out the misery for parents, especially for women. Even if the family-father works, additionally most of…[show more]
Interpretation819 Words / ~ pages Deutsche Schule Mexiko AnaGabriela Vázquez Esponda VIBWahlplakat­­Analyse (M4)DasPlakat wurde von der Kommunistisch­e Partei Deutschland (KPD) im Jahr1932 veröffentlich­t. Dieses Wahlplakat stammt aus dem Wahlkampf zurReichstags­wahl am 31. Juli 1932. Auf dieses Plakat wird dieUnzufriede­nhei­t mit dem neuen System der Demokratie thematisiert.­A­ufdieses Plakat kann man als Hauptfigur einer überdimension­ale größeMann, die ganz Rot gefärbt ist, erkennen. Er trägt eineSchieberm­ütz­e, eine offene Jacke, Hose mit Gürtel und ein Hemd. Erkuckt nach unten und sein Gesichtsausdr­uck ist wütend. Außerdem, erhebt sein Faust nach oben, so als er etwas zerstören wollte. Untenliegt einer roter, großer, runder Tisch und da sitzen mehrere gutgekleidete Männer. Die Stühlen sind alle dunkelrot und es sieht soaus als die eine Versammlung…[show more]

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