Compare & Contrast Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll

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1871: At the end of the Franco-Prussian War, Germany becomes newly unified under the Imperial Proclamation. King Wilhelm I of Prussia is crowned emperor of Germany, establishing the Second Reich. Germany's sudden emergence as a national power is perceived in Britain as a potential threat to that country's political and economic interests.

1945: The Third Reich established under Adolf Hitler is crushed by the Allied Forces in World War II. Soon Germany is cleaved into two parts, with communist Russia dominating East Germany and Western democracies overseeing West Germany. This partition creates the socalled Cold War, which will last over forty years. 1990: Forty-five years after the end of World War II, the two Germanies are finally reunited into one country. Under Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Germany establishes itself as a global economic power.

1903: Just five years after Lewis Carroll's death, the first of many film versions of Alice in Wonderland...

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