Chong Hong Rui   (S10049853G)<br />Wong Heng Kai (S10046964C)<br />Loo Lin Chang  (S10046616C)<br />Darrell Chan  (S100487...
Germany was very negative to the treaty of Versailles.<br />The treaty of Versailles was a dictated treaty. Germany was fo...
Germany couldn’t join the League of Nations<br />It’s a group of countries keeping peace.<br />Loss of military power<br /...
Loss of territories<br />France get rich coal fields of the Saar for 15 years.<br />Loses union with Austria.<br />German’...
German citizen wasn’t happy with what the government did.<br />They are unhappy about the government signing the treaty of...
Reasons why the German population supported the Nazi Party<br />The party promised<br />Employment<br />To protect the val...
Hitler became chancellor on January 30 1933, hence bringing the Nazi party to power.<br />The Enabling Act gave the govern...
Having obtained dictatorial powers over Germany, Hitler focused his attention on what he would do about the Jews.<br />Hit...
The boycott was initiated by spontaneous anti-Semitic acts against Jewish-owned businesses.<br />&quot;I will ruthlessly s...
Prejudices against Jews<br />
As the Nuremberg laws went into effect, the Jews found themselves increasingly under the jurisdiction of the state as well...
Political attitudes of Singaporeans<br />Singaporeans are not really concerned about political issues in Singapore.<br />S...
Similarities Between Germany and Singapore<br />Germany does not allow the Jews to be part of the military and Singapore d...
Differences Between Germany and Singapore<br />Different governing approach<br />Singapore has a balanced governance<br />...
Have our own water supply (somehow) or alternate water supply. Eg. NEWater.<br />Promote national educations<br />Establis...
Needs more resources and time for Singapore to have her own water supply sufficient for everyone.<br />It may be Malaysia ...
In conclusion, the treaty of Versailles was implemented to stop Germany from getting any stronger. Germans were very negat...
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  • i disagree with slide 12. I feel that it's not about not daring to speak up or share. I believe Singaporeans are people who are not afraid to complain, as compare to other countries, we are people who can complain a lot if a service is not up to satisfaction. I would say that our government has done a good job in the development of Singapore, that very little loophole can be found or to be addressed as a major issue. Compare to other countries, we have very good social stability, if we have things to whine about, they are really minor as compare to other countries in Asia, which suffer from poverty, political problems, hunger, poor hygiene, riots etc Singapore is overall a country which is well-developed, advanced and stable. If Singaporean do not dare to raise an issue, it's because that issue is not serious enough to be worth fighting for, and there is no strong desire to change it. When Singapore was unstable in the past, there were riots, this shows that we dare to protest if we felt unfair, right not our country is quite stable that there is hardly any reason worthwhile to protest, even if we ever felt unfair, the situation now can never be as serious as compare to the other countries around us.
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  • it's a good point made in slide 12, Singaporean does not dare or share their own opinion, this might lead to unindependent singapore without good leadership, because current singaporean rely too much on government politics
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WISP Assignment 2 - Germany

  1. 1. Chong Hong Rui (S10049853G)<br />Wong Heng Kai (S10046964C)<br />Loo Lin Chang (S10046616C)<br />Darrell Chan (S10048718K)<br />Chavalit Chan Sin Thai (S10046527D)<br />WISPAssignment 2Germany<br />
  2. 2. Germany was very negative to the treaty of Versailles.<br />The treaty of Versailles was a dictated treaty. Germany was forced to sign and they have no say in it.<br />They felt as if it was a “stab in the back”.<br />One of the “fourteen points plan” was no secret treaties to be held within nations, however the Treaty of Versailles was decided only by the big four.<br />Germany have to take the blame for the war.<br />They have to pay 6.6 billion pounds for reparation.<br />The Treaty of Versailles - Germany<br />
  3. 3. Germany couldn’t join the League of Nations<br />It’s a group of countries keeping peace.<br />Loss of military power<br />Not more than 100,000 troops.<br />Prohibited of manufacturing and trading of weapons.<br />Armed aircraft, tanks and armored vehicles are prohibited. <br />The Effects of the Treaty - Germany<br />
  4. 4. Loss of territories<br />France get rich coal fields of the Saar for 15 years.<br />Loses union with Austria.<br />German’s colonies were divided between Belgium and United Kingdom and certain British Dominions and France.<br />The Effects of the Treaty - Germany<br />
  5. 5. German citizen wasn’t happy with what the government did.<br />They are unhappy about the government signing the treaty of Versailles.<br />Government wasn’t able to assist the citizens in the depression of Germany.<br />Citizens who couldn’t find job joined the communist and Nazi party.<br />The citizens look up to the Nazi party.<br />The Rise of Nazi Party<br />
  6. 6. Reasons why the German population supported the Nazi Party<br />The party promised<br />Employment<br />To protect the value of saving and fight communist<br />To raise the prices of food products<br />To scrape the treaty of Versailles<br />To make Germany great again<br />Using the support of the <br /> population, the Nazi Party<br /> rose to power very quickly.<br />The Rise of Nazi Party<br />
  7. 7. Hitler became chancellor on January 30 1933, hence bringing the Nazi party to power.<br />The Enabling Act gave the government the absolute power to pass legislation for a specific period of time.<br />Hitler needed 2/3 majority vote in the new Reichstag session to pass the Enabling Act.<br />The Enabling Act passed through and the Nazi Party came to near absolute power.<br />About Enabling Act in 1933<br />
  8. 8. Having obtained dictatorial powers over Germany, Hitler focused his attention on what he would do about the Jews.<br />Hitler’s history with the Jews<br />Hitler also started the boycott committee by assigning Julius Streicher to work on it. <br />“We shall only be able to combat the falsehoods abroad if we get at those who originated them or at those Jews living in Germany who have thus far remained unmolested. We must, therefore, proceed to a large-scale boycott of all Jewish business in Germany. Perhaps the foreign Jews will think better of the matter when their racial comrades in Germany begin to get it in the neck.” Hitler’s instruction, as recorded in his diary.<br />Prejudices against Jews<br />Mother died in Church. Jews doing well during great depression. Blame Jews for the world war 1<br />Boycott committee to shun any Jews’ organization<br />
  9. 9. The boycott was initiated by spontaneous anti-Semitic acts against Jewish-owned businesses.<br />&quot;I will ruthlessly set the police at work wherever harm is being done to the German people. But I refuse to make the police the guardians of Jewish department stores” Herman Göring, leader of the Nazi party.<br />Prejudices against Jews<br />Germans pass in front of a Jewish business vandalized by Nazi mob.  Properties & businesses<br />Photo from National Archives.<br />
  10. 10. Prejudices against Jews<br />
  11. 11. As the Nuremberg laws went into effect, the Jews found themselves increasingly under the jurisdiction of the state as well as of the SS.<br />Adults had to prove their ancestry back to three generations.<br />The laws enacted between 1933 and 1935 set the Jews apart from the Germans legally, politically, socially, and economically.<br />Prejudices against Jews<br />Two Jewish boys are humiliated in front of their schoolmates by their teacher.<br />Photo from USHMM.<br />Factors that might lead to the future 2061<br />
  12. 12. Political attitudes of Singaporeans<br />Singaporeans are not really concerned about political issues in Singapore.<br />Singaporeans do not speak up whenever a political decision is made by the government<br />Singaporeans are too used to the way the current political party is doing things<br />Factors that might lead to the future 2061<br />
  13. 13. Similarities Between Germany and Singapore<br />Germany does not allow the Jews to be part of the military and Singapore does not give top military positions to the Malays.<br />A single powerful political party.<br />Great influence over the country<br />Factors that might lead to the future 2061<br />
  14. 14. Differences Between Germany and Singapore<br />Different governing approach<br />Singapore has a balanced governance<br />Germany is military based<br />Singapore is racial harmonious whereas Germany is racial discordant.<br />Singapore promotes Racial Harmony Day<br />Germany discriminates the Jews<br />Singapore have neighboring allies whereas Germany works alone.<br />Germany seeks power but Singapore aims for peace.<br />Germany, instead of taking back only what actually belonged to them, they conquered others<br />Singapore signed a lot of treaties with other countries and exercises deterrence<br />Factors that might lead to the future 2061<br />
  15. 15. Have our own water supply (somehow) or alternate water supply. Eg. NEWater.<br />Promote national educations<br />Establish strong ties with Malaysia<br />Have more views from different political parties<br />Sign more treaties with other countries<br />Increase populations’ political awareness by issuing survey and having intense discussion.<br />Measures we can take to prevent the 2061 future<br />
  16. 16. Needs more resources and time for Singapore to have her own water supply sufficient for everyone.<br />It may be Malaysia who does not want to continue the long-lasting friendship with Singapore.<br />Singaporeans dare not speak up as they fear getting into trouble with the government, thus not many people would support/join opposition parties.<br />Problems & Challenges<br />
  17. 17. In conclusion, the treaty of Versailles was implemented to stop Germany from getting any stronger. Germans were very negative to it and that is when the Nazi party rise and took over. Things got worst when the enabling act in 1933 passed through the majority vote, prejudice and discrimination against Jews occurred throughout Germany, many suffered and died during the holocaust.<br />The reason for the prejudice and discrimination of Jews still remain debatable for there were plenty of events that might have sparked it. <br />Conclusion<br />

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