Capital punishment, if applied in this hypothetical situation, would serve its purpose in getting retribution for this crime. The German Army was limited to 100,000 men, submarines and the Air Force were banned and the German Navy could not consist of vessels weighing over 100,000 tons. So many Americans died in this war even though America had no part in it. Similar conditions benefited rightwing authoritarian and totalitarian systems in eastern Europe as well, beginning with the losers of World War I, and eventually raised levels of tolerance for and acquiescence in violent and discrimination against national minorities throughout the region. Though Germany was certainly involved in the lead-up to the war, many would argue that attributing sole responsibility to one country is a gross oversimplification. This hope proved far too optimistic.
After Turkish resistance gained control over Anatolia and Istanbul, the Sèvres treaty was superseded by the which formally ended all hostilities and led to the creation of the modern. If other countries just left Germany alone with no harm submarine warfare and the Zimmerman Telegraph may not have ever occurred and would continue with not having another World War. But, one of the worst points was the war guilt clause. They could have forced Germany to pay more in reparations, closed the loopholes that let Germany develop new weapons and tactics, and split Germany between the North and South German cultural, linguistic, and religious groups. The path which Germany took would lead to a still more destructive war in the years to come. The dual personalities of Raskolnikov are constantly at battle with one another, causing the inner conflict he experiences and thus creating his own personal punishment.
But we should know that each countries who involved in the world war one are guilty for it. Both commit murders and are faced with the long and mentally excruciating journey of seeking redemption. Another consequence that the treaty left was that Hitler rose to power and had the idea of conquering the war because of anger that the treaty had brought upon Germany. First-degree murder triggers our emotions to see justice. That's not to say that war was inevitable, but in the situation as it was at the eve of the war in 1914. Germany asked for an armistice as soon as it was clear to a few key German leaders that they would lose the war. The treaty required Germany to permanently reduce the size of its army to 100,000 men, and destroy their tanks, air force, and U-boat fleet her capital ships, moored at , were to prevent them from falling into Allied hands.
Both Marmeladov and Raskolnikov are desperate men trying to function in a bleak world. Many Germans felt that Germany's prestige should be regained through remilitarization and expansion. . German soldiers and sailors werenÃÂt very happy about this, they had wanted to rebuild their forces. They were very powerful and dangerous. I think Germany deserved the punishment. Appeasement involved making concessions to the two main dictators of Europe; Hitler and Mussolini.
Howard, of the University of Sheffield, claims that a further quarter of a million more died from disease or starvation in the eight-month period following the conclusion of the conflict. The Soviets controlled the East and the other powers the West. The Red Revolution in Russia. Serbia could not accept these demands. Using ideas developed in Notes from Underground and episodes of his life recorded in Memoirs of the House of the Dead, Dostoevsky puts forth in Crime in Punishment a stern defense of natural law and an irrefutable volume of evidence condemning Raskolnikov'. I know it must be painful, dehumanizing, and sickening.
The five regions of Germany are, The North Germany Lowlands, South German Hills, Central Uplands, Alpine Foothills, and the Rhine River Valley. German civilians were placed under martial law, were tightly controlled and often were reduced to sleeping in bomb shelters because their homes were bombed out and the allies made little effort initially to help them rebuild. I believe that Germany did deserve a punishment but not a punishment as severe as the treaty of Versailles. This punishement was called for. This includes the phone network and postal service as well as road and rail transport. They aimed to break the family, and to place it as a breeding and rearing institution completely in the service of the totalitarian state. The became a pivotal milestone in the creation of the modern Middle East, the result of which bore witness to the creation of new conflicts and hostilities in the region.
The only problem were that the other countries France, Great Britain etc. The death penalty, or capital punishment, is the first and harshest penalty for sin. However, Germany was unable to pay, and obtained support from the United States. Germany's overseas colonies, furthermore, were surrendered to the control of the League of Nations. They improved the living conditions, established some political order, and women had gained more rights. In my opinion Germany was given the appropriate punishment because the way they treated there own people and how they treated other countries gives America, Britain, and France The Big Three the right to provided and force there form of punishment down on Germany. In some circles this detachment and disillusionment with politics and conflict fostered an increase in pacifist sentiment.
Though one could argue that Germany's punishment was fair or not strict enough, we must think accordingly to how Germany will react and what impact the decision will have on the future. If the League of Nations took this into account, there is a chance that Germany would not have had the strength nor stability to take the world into a second world war. It had been designed by Germany's fromer army Chief-of-Staff von Schlieffen, who was a strategically gifted general. Germany asked for the armistice - what should the Entente have said? Where the frontiers have remained unchanged since 1918, there has often been the expulsion of an ethnic group, such as the. Personally I think that Versailles' failure wasn 't solely due to the harshness of the terms but also that war weary public opinion in the Entente wasn't prepared to pay the price of enforcing that peace. In 1913, over fifty three percent of all tax revenues was from income, but in 1925, it dropped down to 28%. Germany had to work out a newconstitution, had to deal with a very harsh peace treaty and withhyper inflation.
I believe that Germany was punished too severely. These were deserved because there were opportunities that they could have stopped or even prevented this. February 1917, Germany said they were going back to unrestricted submarine warfare. Schaedigung der deutschen Volkskraft durch die feindliche Blockade. It's like the power of weapons. Later, when Germany rearmed, the nation states of south-central Europe were unable to resist its attacks, and fell under German domination to a much greater extent than had ever existed in Austria-Hungary.