The Republican and the Democrat parties are at the very heart of American politics. For decades, presidents have been either Republican or Democrat and both parties dominate Congress. Therefore the beliefs and views of both parties have to impact the whole of American politics. The following is taken from the 1995 Republican Party's history of the party as presented by the Republican Party's National Committee.
Berlin, and what went on in Berlin from 1945 to 1950, seemed to symbolise all that the Cold War stood for. Berlin was to become the centre of the Cold War again in later years with the building of the Berlin Wall The victorious forces at the end of the war divided Germany into four zones. They also divided Berlin into four zones.
A number of important religious orders were started during the Counter-Reformation. A number of these religious orders were established which concentrated on helping the sick and needy in their own locality. The people in these religious orders did not question Catholic ideology though they were concerned about the direction the Church was going in.
The Easter Uprising took place in April 1916 in Dublin and is one of the pivotal events in modern Irish history. At the end of the Easter Uprising, 15 men identified as leaders were executed at Kilmainham Jail. To some, these men were traitors, to others they became heroes. Why did a small group of people try to take on the military might of what was then one of the world's major powers?
Ernst Kaltenbrunner was the most senior member of the SS captured by the Allies at the end of World War Two. Involved in the Holocaust, Kaltenbrunner stood trial at Nuremberg and was sentenced to death for his crimes. Kaltenbrunner joined the Austrian Nazi Party in 1932. He was a devoted follower of Adolf Hitler and within Austria he worked closely with Arthur Seyss-Inquart and Adolf Eichmann.
The Scottish National Party first put a candidate up for election in the 1929 general election. The Scottish National Party won its first MP to the House of Commons in 1970. Between 1929 and 1979, the votes for the Scottish National Party rose in that time from 3,313 to 504,259. 1929: 3,313 votes in Scotland 1931: 20,954 votes in Scotland 1935: 25,652 votes in Scotland 1945: 30,595 votes in Scotland 1950: 9,708 votes in Scotland 1951: 7,299 votes in Scotland 1955: 12,112 votes in Scotland 1959: 21,738 votes in Scotland 1964: 64,044 votes in Scotland 1966: 128,474 votes in Scotland 1970: 306,802 votes in Scotland 1974: 633,180 votes in Scotland 1974: 839,617 votes in Scotland 1979: 504,259 votes in Scotland Related Posts Percentage support for the Scottish National Party 1929 to 1979 The Scottish National Party got 0.