Bactria was a province of the Persian empire located in modern Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan.
After the defeat of Darius III of Persia, Bactria continued to offer resistance against Alexander the Great, led by Bessus, who had proclaimed himself successor to Darius. Alexander conquered it with great difficulty between 329-327 BCE, largely with the help of local auxiliary forces. During his stay there, Alexander married a Bactrian woman, Roxanne, to aid his effort of controlling the region.
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the treaty of versailles also took away german lands. along with many others felt that germany was being treated unfairly. the newly elected german government (the weimar government) faced enormous problems. unhappy people wanted a leader who could make germany strong again. firmly believed that he could be man.
how did german culture affect 's ideas?
a street scene entitled 'berliner strasse im regen' (berlin street in the rain), produced by lesser ury in 1925. and the nazis reacted against the modernity of germany depicted here
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shoppers walk past wertheim department store, leipziger platz, berlin during the mid-1920s
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modern germany had not been created until 1871. in the 19th and early 20th centuries strong nationalist ideas had developed. many right-wing germans believed that the german people were the ‘master race’. at the end of the first world war there was extreme poverty and unrest in germany. the huge loss of life in the war had made some people that life was cheap and others to feel there was to lose. certain trends in cultural and social life were frightening to many ordinary people, who had grown up in a culture that looked down on self-indulgent. hoped to win the support of such people, and so he promised to clean up germany and to return it to a tradition of order led by a political ‘strong man’.
what were 's ideas?
inspects troops in front of prague castle in early 1939, where he had just occupied czechslovakia and proclaimed the protectorate of bohemia and moravia.courtesy of the wiener library.
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an antisemitic caricature in a ’s storybook entitled the poisonous mushroom. it was published in 1938, by author ernst and illustrator rupprecht. the text at the bottom of the page reads “the god of the jews is money”, portraying them as greedy and ‘poisonous’ in line with ’s antisemitic ideas.courtesy of the wiener library.
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page warns users of the dangers of ‘racial pollution’. it comes from a nazi school book entitled introduction to heredity, family studies, race science and population policy. made racial science a compulsory school subject in 1933. early law how strong ’s views on race were.courtesy of the wiener library.
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members of the youth programme boxing in 1937. the youth programme was set up in 1922 with the aim of educating the youth of germany in nazi beliefs and physically preparing them for their future as the master race.courtesy of the wiener library.
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had a racist world view. he believed that people could be separated into a of different races, where some races were superior and others were inferior. believed the german race to be the superior race, and called the german race ‘aryan’.
considered jews to be an inferior race of people, who set out to weaken other races and take over the world. believed that jews were particularly destructive to the german ‘aryan’ race, and did not have any place in nazi germany.
also wanted to rid germany of the disabled, homosexuals, roma and sinti, and other minorities that did not fit in to idea of an aryan race. the nazis labelled these groups ‘a-social’.
was an extreme nationalist, believing the german ‘aryan’ race should dominate. expansionist policies sought ‘lebensraum‘ for the german people. wanted to create a generation of young aryans who were physically fit and totally obedient through programmes such as youth. he believed these policies would unite germany and ensure it was the strongest nation on earth.
developed and publicised all of these ideas in books, mein kampf (1925) and zweites buch (1928), and speeches throughout time in power.