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    Heinrich Shliemann

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    During this summer holiday, I read a translated version of “autobiography of Heinrich Schliemann” translated by Kusuo Seki. I read this book because it was my brother’s recommendation but before reading it I didn't have any background information about Schliemann or about archaeology. Heinrich Schliemann who is the writer and the main character of this book was born in 1822 January 6th in a poor family. When he was young he was impressed by a Greek mythology called “Iliad” written by Homer. As

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    Heinrich Himmler Essay

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    Heinrich Himmler once said “Should we succeed in establishing this Nordic race and form this seed produce a race of 200 million. Then the world will belong to us” (Heinrich Himmler). Himmler himself was a man like Hitler, crazed and obsessed with purifying the Nazi world and turning it into one that is occupied by those of the Aryan race [Blond haired and light eyed]. Those in support of the Nazi party during World War Two, would call him genius and his ideas brilliant, while others, like those

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    Have you ever wondered whose idea it was to exterminate all the Jews, or who started the concentration camps? Heinrich Himmler, was the main one contributors of the Holocaust, he used ideas such as racism and fanatical beliefs to justify the murder of millions of victims. Himmler was considered one of the most feared Nazi’s Himmler was the head of S.S, (Hitler's Personal Guard), Leader of the Gestapo (The Secret State Police), and was the founder and officer in charge of the Nazi concentration

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    Heinrich Schliemann Essay

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    "We could describe (Heinrich) Schliemann's excavations on the hill of Hissarlik and consider their results without speaking of Troy or even alluding to it," Georges Perrot wrote in 1891 in his Journal des Savants. "Even then, they would have added a whole new chapter to the history of civilization, the history of art" (qtd. in Duchêne 87). Heinrich Schliemann's life is the stuff fairy tales are made of. A poor, uneducated, and motherless boy rises through his hard work

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    Heinrich Schlieman Essay

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    Was Heinrich Schliemann a good archeologist? In this essay my aim is to separate the truth from the predjudice and find out whether Heinrich Schliemann was a greedy charlottarian, a talented archeologist or just someone who stumbled upon a great discovery.      Heinrich Schliemann was born on January 6, 1822 in the small village of Neu Buckow, Germany. His interest in Homeric Troy started when his father, a protestant minister, gave him a book or Christmas in 1829 by Ludwig

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    2. Heinrich Schliemann and Arthur Evans are iconic archaeologists who discovered ancient artifacts that contains knowledge about ancient civilizations. The archaeologists had same ambition to discover Mediterranean treasure, but they had different techniques of obtaining them resulting them to be distinctive towards scholars and how their actions made contribution to the archaeology. Heinrich Schliemann did successful obtain valuable artifacts but, he earned them recklessly where he demolished most

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    The Life Of Heinrich Himmler When one thinks of the most evil and powerful person through history, one often thinks of Adolf Hitler. However, most of the feats accomplished by Hitler would have been impossible without the help of his lesser known right-hand man, Heinrich Himmler. Deemed “the second most powerful man in Germany during World War II” (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum), he helped Hitler carry out his brutal genocide of the Jewish religion. Heinrich Himmler played an extremely

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    Heinrich Hertz was born on February 22, 1857, and he died in 1894. He was the oldest of his five siblings. Hertzs’ mother’s name was Anna Elisabeth Pfeffercorn, and his father’s name was Gustav Ferdinand Hertz. His parents were both Lutherans, but it didn’t matter to his parents what his ethnicity was they were more focused on how he did in school. At age 6 he started to go to his first school that was called Dr. Wichard Lange School, and was taught by Friedrich Wichard Lange. The school was

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    social groups in their contemporary time periods. It is clear that this is certainly the case with the 1975 novel The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, (also referred to as How Violence Develops and Where it Can Lead), written by the German Author, Heinrich Boll. The Lost Honour is, on the surface, an attack on yellow journalism and the damage it causes to the lives of the people reported on. However, with a more in depth analysis of the novel we are able to see

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    The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum by Heinrich Boll Authors often use characters within their novels to show the consequences of challenging cultural boundaries and, in turn, display their own personal concerns. It is not uncommon for characters to reflect an author’s ideology regarding social groups in their contemporary time periods. It is clear that this is certainly the case with the 1975 novel The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, (also referred to as How Violence Develops and Where it Can Lead)

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