From a perception of time, a major league baseball season is only eight months in duration; however, somewhere in the course of that season a team reaches specific moments where they're decisions will determine the outcome of their desired goal. The same pattern can be applied to nations of the world, except the moments that they face do not lead to World Championships; they decide not only the fate of the people inhabiting a particular
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it caused the German people to lose faith, paving the way for the birth of Nazi Germany.
Turning points in any event (be it a baseball season or national history) are always resolved by choices. These choices, when examined carefully, allow us to understand end results and what implications they have had on future events. It is this paper's belief that the events noted were most crucial in the outcome of the on-going German season.