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Title: The Holocaust

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Subject: History
Author: Sherman T
Date: April 17, 2014
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In the winter between the years 1916 and 1917, over 700,000 Germans perished due to starvation and disease (Dwork 35). The chancellor of Germany, Bethmann Hollweg, saw the problems and promised political reform in 1917. However, his promise caused political unease. The military held the dominant position and the chancellor was forced to resign in July of 1917...

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However, his promise caused political unease. The military held the dominant position and the chancellor was forced to resign in July of 1917. The military imposed stricter regulations on all of Germany such as the right to assemble, as well as banning all anti-war material (Bulow). But with the coming of 1918, Germany's ability to win the Great War vanished...

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