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unspoiled which mean not spoiled

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Based on the reading what kill more soldiers than bullets of Spaniards?

It was spoiled beef


Common is to unusual as spoiled is to what?

fresh


What did the union soldiers obtain that spoiled Lee's invasion of Pennsylvania?

A copy of Lee's orders, accidentally dropped in the field by a Confederate officer, and brought to McClellan's headquarters. They revealed that Lee's widely separated divisions might be destroyed piecemeal. McClellan did not move fast enough to achieve this. But it forced Lee to fight on a field that was not of his choosing, and his campaign was off the rails.


How did having an abusive step-father and becoming an orphan probably shape Hitler's personality?

Some psychoanalysts, such as Arno Gruen and Gerhard Vinnai, believe that Hitler's relationship to his father was characterised by violence, his mother, on the other hand worshiped him. As her first three children had died in infancy she constantly feared that he too would die+ (which led to him being spoiled and mollycoddled by his mother) and that this placed such a strain on their relationship that it had a defining influence on the devlopment of his personality.Unable to protect young Adolf from his father's punishments, she lavished him with attention and used him in a power game against the father. Hitler, in turn viewed his mother as weak and contemptible but at the same time wanted to protect her from his violent father. Psychoanalysts believe that this led to an inner conflict in young Hitler and his only way of dealing with the pressure was through alienation of himself and his needs and that this alienation in turn led to the development of a weak identity and inner emptiness, which was hidden behind violent phantasies and factitious showing off *+. Many other psychological studies examine various other possible psychological illnesses from which Hitler may have suffered.+Gerhard Vinnai: Hitler. Scheitern und Vernichtungswut. Zur Genese des faschistischen Täters (2004).*Arno Gruen: Der Fremde in uns (2002).N.b. Hitler did not have a step-father, his father, Alois Hitler, died in 1903 when Hitler was 14 and he was able to live quite comfortably for a number of years from the ensuing half-orphan's pension he received. Hitler's mother, Klara, died in 1907 when he was 18, and whilst it is recorded that he was extremely upset at his mother's death, it did not stop him re-applying the following year to the Vienna Accademy of Arts.


What events happend in the second crusade?

Christians were in control of the Holy Land, but as the years passed, they became spoiled and lazy. When they did go back to central Europe, they brought with them riches, fine spices, exotic jewelry, beautiful women, wonderful fabrics and tales of adventure and land to be taken. On top of that, the newly seated pope, Paschal II, was preaching that more armies must go to reinforce the conquests earned by the First Crusade. According to Paschal, the fight against the Muslim people was not over, so many groups formed to continue and support the battle. Two of those were monks called the Knights Templar and the Knights of Saint John. The Knights Templar were formidable and holy killers who vowed to protect all crusading travelers. They answered only to the pope and had very strict rules for themselves. Still, they managed to become very rich because nobles and common people who couldn't crusade but wanted the church's blessings gave them money. The Knights Templar wore long, white robes with red crosses over . their armor. The Knights of Saint John were better known as the Hospitallers because they originally worked in a hospital and cared for travelers. They, like the Knights Templar before them, turned to violence and war to further the interests of Christians in the Holy Land. They also became very wealthy. They wore black robes over their armor and had white crosses sewn to their sleeves. A Muslim leader named Zengi managed to overtake a large Christian city called Edessa. He killed all the invading western Christians, but spared the eastern, or Byzantine, Christians. Still, his act scared the western church. Pope Eugenius III announced that a new army must be raised. The year was 1144. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________