Education at the 18th century
- Germany, the heart of the issue of the Cold War from 1945 to 1962
- In the aftermath of the war, a country occupied by the Allies
- The year 1947, the end of the grand alliance and the beginning of the Cold War
- Germany became the symbol of the bipolar world
- Germany in the hope of better relations from 1962 to 1975, an era of relaxed international relationships
- The normalization of the relations between the west and the east
- The German experience of 'Ostpolitik' in the European context
- Germany and the tensions of the Cold War
- The return of the tensions between the two blocs
- Tensions end with the collapse of the Soviet model and the reunification of Germany
Children play an important role in the world today. At the end of the seventeenth century and beginning of the eighteenth century it was said that "coddling" and cajoling made a child happy and these ideas replaced the severity and discipline with which children used to be brought up with. Children were then showered with attention and affection.
People began to have fewer children and smaller families. This was also recommended that tutors be the role models instead of officials.
Christianity not only played a beneficial role in the fate of children, but also helped maintain a fatalistic attitude. Children were considered mature enough to attend family events such as funerals as well as social events like parties and royal parades. It was at these events that they were able to imbibe the values of the adults. They were all exposed to the same things that the adults were, adult show, bar fights etc.
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