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Part B Styled Response - Albert Speer

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“People are swept along by events. Some individuals use events to advantage” How accurate is this statement in relation to the personality you’ve studied?

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Part B Styled Response - Albert Speer
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Government of Nazi Germany Germany European people Albert Speer Anti-Catholicism Chancellors of Germany Inside the Third Reich Adolf Hitler Joachim Fest Fritz Sauckel Nuremberg Nazi Germany Hitler
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Government of Nazi Germany Germany European people Albert Speer Anti-Catholicism Chancellors of Germany Inside the Third Reich Adolf Hitler Joachim Fest Fritz Sauckel Nuremberg Nazi Germany Hitler
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Moreover, he can be regarded as one who manipulated distinct events in his life that greatly served for his own purpose to cultivate his political and architectural career. However, this was a result following initial ‘intoxication’ by Hitler, early in his career, and a job opportunity that presented itself during the midst of great economic strain. Speers early career supports the notion that individuals can be swept along by events. As the German economy began to falter and with the onset of the Great Depression there was increasing political uncertainty. Significant impacts were caused by the economic strains and low rates of employment, especially within the field of architecture. Additionally, growing up, Spee...
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