Provide a 6 pages analysis while answering the following question: Germany of the Nazi Period. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Besides, the primary sources especially those of war or misfortunes bring forth the then utter reality to the present thus acting as undisputed pieces of evidence especially from scholars who may have differing perspectives.
Environmental concerns are a fundamental basis in human life. In Germany in the late 19th period, global warming was a major concern brought about by dynamics in the human activities. The activities’ dynamism was linked to industrialization and increased trade. Increased use of petroleum as a raw material for plastics and also as a fuelled to increased air pollution, leading to climate change. The start of the 20th period was marked by more concerns as there were increased scientific and technological developments which increased the use of chemicals and machines in human activities. The use of agro pesticides, herbicides, and other harsh chemicals led to their accumulation in the environment. Population increase also led to deforestation paving way for environmental degradation. Major human activities led to environmental degradation between the two centuries in Germany. As a result, movements came up in Germany to address the issue.
The Weimar Constitution was the constitution that ruled Germany after WWI. A number of its mechanisms allowed Hitler to rise to power. The president was given powers to get rid of the chancellor even though the Reichstag had confidence in him/her. Adolf Hitler thus appointed those who did not object to his rule. The Emergency Decree gave the president powers to take measures to bring back law and order in the event of a threat. Adolf Hitler used this to eliminate civil rights legally. Hitler acquired presidency powers by the Emergency Decree. Adolf Hitler pushed for the Enabling Act to consolidate his dictatorship. The Act stated that ‘Laws implemented by the government may differ from the .constitution as long as they do not affect the institutions of the Reichstag and the president’s powers remain untouched’. The Weimar Constitution favored Hitler’s rule. .