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War Of The Worlds Conflict
The War of the Worlds is a fictional novel written by H.G Wells in the year 1898. It was one of the
first stories that shows a scenario of conflict between the human race and extraterrestrials. It was
published by Dover Publications, Inc with a copyright date set in 1997. The book has 145 pages.
The story takes place in London, England in the final years of the 19th century.The conflict is
external(man vs man) and towards the end of the story, becomes internal(man vs self). All is normal
in London when a missile is seen flying through space with its origins from Mars. Before we know
it, Martians are wreaking havoc throughout London. Later the main character starts to think of the
future for the human race, and struggles with his sanity. We ... Show more content on
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One of the most important and critical decisions made was the martian's decision to get rid of
bacteria on their planet thousands of years before. Doing this, their bodies had no need for a
resistance against bacteria. This made the martians very susceptible and vulnerable to disease and
viruses contracted from Earth. Humans have gained a strong resistance over millions of years,
because bacteria and disease has been around since the beginning of time. " these germs of disease
have taken poll of humanity since the beginning of things–taken tool of our pre–human ancestors
since life began here. But by virtue of this natural selection of our kind we have developed resisting
power; to no germs do we succumb without a struggle, and to many–does that cause putrefaction in
that matter, for instance–our living frames are altogether immune. But there are no bacteria on
Mars..."(Wells 137). If the martians had been prepared for this situation, Earth surely would have
been doomed, and under control of the martian pioneers.
Wells truly was one of the most creative writers of his time. In the late 1800s there were no other
writings of extraterrestrials like this one. This book really makes the reader begin to wonder about
the mysteries of life in space, and if humans really are the top of the food chain. Especially during
the time it was written in. This book is every science fiction lover's dream. It shows the possibility
of there being a
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The War Of The World War
Weapons have always been a critical factor in warfare, but in the 20th century, they became even
more important and destructive, such that the world started to create new and unimaginable
weapons, like war tanks. The idea of protecting the soldiers as well as the necessity to have vehicles
that can do more damage to the enemies in warfare and the development of industrial technologies
made war tanks possible. They became very important in warfare, especially during the Second
World War and they are still important in modern warfare. They became the world warfare solution
to keep move forward while being under fire. The British first employed tanks in September 1916
during the Battle of the Somme, where they tried to end the bloody stalemate of trench warfare on
the Western Front. The result was negative because they didn´t have sufficient training in combined
arms operations and also because the tanks were very heavy and they consumed a lot of fuel. Mainly
for these reasons, war tanks did not a critical factor in the First World War. In the Second World War,
the cavalry became obsolete and was replaced with tanks. They performed the same tasks, such as
breaking the front lines, surround the enemy and attacking from the rear, but with more devastating
results. Tanks became one of the most important weapons in combat, especially for the Germans
during their "German blitzkrieg" (lightning war), where tanks advanced quickly, surprised the
enemy and proceeded to the next battle,
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The War Of The Worlds Analysis
Aliens Take Over To Alter Life For All In both "Zero Hour" and The War of the Worlds the
beginning of the end leaves everyone in peril of formidable extraterrestrials. In similar fashion, the
events lead them to take extraordinary measures when they are put in danger from the invasion. The
authors of "Zero Hour" and The War of the World's portray alien invasions with characters that
struggle during different events because of the author's vision of technology during the invasion. In
both stories, the authors create characters that struggle with getting to safety during an alien
invasion. In "War of the Worlds" H. G. Wells exhibits, "I turned with the rush of the people, but I
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In "Zero Hour" on page 260 it states, "Footsteps. A little humming sound. The attic lock melted"
(Bradbury). If the aliens hadn't had the technology to melt down the doorknob, then Mink's parents
would've had a chance to stay in their attic longer and most likely, perhaps find a way to escape if
the aliens hadn't opened the door. On the other hand, in The War of the Worlds H. G. Wells
exclaimed, " One on the extreme left, the remotest that is, flourished a huge case high in the air, and
the ghostly, terrible Heat–Ray I had already seen on Friday night smote towards Chertsey, and struck
the town" (260). This source makes it clear that the aliens had this specific machine that can
transform itself and make it into town to ruin anything in its path. This was coming from up above,
thus this couldn't really target the people, this lead to the narrator going under water which saved
him from the Heat–Ray. As well as, these events lead them in a bad place since they had made these
decisions to further themselves from the aliens which only put them at risk. In War of the Worlds
H.G. Wells demonstrates, "I faced about again, and rushed towards the approaching Martian, rushed
right down the gravelly beach and headlong into the water" (270). The narrator risked his life during
this process with the possibility of staying in the water for too long and not being able to breathe. In
"Zero Hour", it states, "They tumbled into the attic, she slammed the door, locked it, threw the key
into a far, cluttered corner" ( Bradbury 259). Mink's mom did this out of panic that the aliens will
find their way through the door. She reacted quickly by throwing the key in a corner that was
already "cluttered" with other stuff which was a bad idea if they changed their mind and thought
clearly about escaping. Moreover, this
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The Influence Of World War And World
The Influence of World War II and World War II
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Abstract: This article talk about how World War Ⅰ and World War Ⅱ impact Europe. Describe it
through three aspects of political, economic and cultural.
Key words: World War I, World War II ,Europe, History, Culture
1. Introduction
World War I and World War II were the war mainly battlefield in Europe but spread to the world ad
last for years in history. It has a very profound influence on Europe 's economy, political and culture.
The outcome of the wars had a deep impact on the course of world history.
2. World War I
World War I was a war occurred mainly during the day on July 28, 1914 to November 11,1918 in
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Empire of Japan in August 15 formally surrendered and signed surrender on Sept. 2, 1945, broadcast
of the world.
Major technology weapon: atomic bombs, rockets, radar, jet.
Results: The Allies won
3.2 The influence
World War II waged by the fascist state, it caused an unprecedented catastrophe to human society
and world civilization. However, we should also see to the final victory of the anti–fascist forces
disrupted the old world order, shock the decadent and backward forces. Have a deep influence on
world history and human history of military. World War II was the turning point of human society
from war to peace, from chaos to development in the history.
First, it established a confrontation between U.S. and the Soviet Union became the basic
characteristic of the post–war world strategic pattern. The victory of World War II, make the shape
of the world changed dramatically. This change from the perspective of world strategic pattern, that
is the end of the old European powers to dominate the global era, and a gradual transition to a new
era of US–Soviet confrontation. This change ended the European powers to dominate the world of
the old days and the gradual transition to a new era of US–Soviet
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The War Of World War I
World War 2 was a huge turning point in history, that fixed most of the things related to wars that
World War 1 was supposed to do but did not. There were many differences between the attitude of
the US in World War 1, and their attitude in World War 2, mainly due to what happened in between
the wars. Unlike World War 1, the second World War, was not about proving a point in the
American's case, but instead revenge for what had happened in between. In the process, the attitude
of the American people towards war changed dramatically from the end of World War 1, to the end
of World War 2.
When the first World War, then known as the "Great War" ended, The American people went
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The 1920s in America, can be divided into two different parts. The first being the boom itself, and
the other being the problems that indirectly lead to the catastrophic 30s. "The 1920s was a period
that saw the deep south being urbanized, thus moving away from ordinary farming, to factories. This
also included the great migration, which saw many african american moving the upper north states
like New York, creating what was known as the harlem renaissance in Harlem, New York. A lot of
the current big money places like LA and Chicago started their boom in the 20s." While many great
things happened in the 1920s many questionable things also happened in the decade. For example,
in 1924, "the evil racists political group from the post civil war era, known as the Ku Klux Klan or
the KKK, reorganized as a racist–nativist group who opposed anyone who was not an american born
white protestant. They successfully got the government to block immigrants from entering the
country, as to lessen the fear of communism spreading." The Problems associated with the KKK and
immigration, indirectly lead to the great depression seen in the 1930s.
The backend of the 1920s, saw the US transition from greatest boom to the greatest recession,
known as the great depression. The 1920s was all about the credit system. "This credit system did
not have any limits, because at the time, republicans followed
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The War Of The World War II
War is a standout amongst the most unfortunate things in our reality today. It is considerably sadder
that for the most part it comes around in any event once in our lifetime. In the twentieth century
alone we have as of now had two enormous wars. These wars are known as the World Wars just on
the grounds that they included a large portion of the huge nations of the world. Numerous
individuals have died in these wars particularly in the World War 2. War II was a standout amongst
the most dangerous wars we know ever, having upwards of sixty million losses, the greater part of
whom were regular folks. It affected a great deal of nations, all the world, which is the reason the
name is given. This war affected numerous nations on the planet, and harmed the majority of the
nations included enormously. It additionally prompted the destruction of Western European nations
as world forces, abandoning it to the Soviet Union, and the United States. The war began in 1939
and finished in 1945, with the attack of Poland and the Axis surrender, separately. It changed the
economy and the development of huge nations, including Germany, Great Britain, United States,
Japan, Russia and France. Moreover, African Americans assumed a critical part in the United States '
military amid World War II, serving all branches of the military. Around 909,000 were in the Army,
with a top of 700,000 serving at one time in 1944. On account of prejudicial practices, on the other
hand, the lion 's share of
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The War Of The World War II
Going through the different levels of the educational system most everyone has talked about the
Second World War in great detail. The European and Pacific Theaters were the main focus of many
historians and their writing, because war pertained to the audience of the time. WWII revolved
around the idea of freedom and liberating the fascist governments of Europe, the homefront back in
the states was the war machine that kept the war churning. Millions of pages have been written
about the experiences and battles during WWII, and still continue, not much in the way of the
American homefront history has been written. Classical historicism reigned supreme early after the
war, and historians saw that war was a major topic as it reflected the top down approach. This
included looking at men such as, Patton, Eisenhower, and Hitler, and also telling the more economic
side of war. As early as January, 1944 historians thought about the historiography of World War II.
In The American Historical Review, historians geared up for the writing of this history. Some
historians already thought about the American homefront. Though attempts in the 1940s were a
start, nothing in the way of homefront writing came until the 1960s. These attempts merely focused
upon how the homefront funded the war, metal production of the states, and how the American spirit
was fueled by the homefront. 1960s historians did not go into depth of these areas until the 1970's
and 1980's. Most historians were focusing on
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The War Of The World War II
Historically, the World War II is considered to be the most bloody and brutal military conflict in
mankind history. Furthermore, it is the only war in which there was use of nuclear weapons by
Americans against Japanese in 1945. In fact, it was fought by 61 countries. Start and end dates of
the war September 1, 1939 and September 2, 1945, which are among the most significant dates for
the entire civilized world. World War II began because of the imbalance of power on the planet and
the problems that had arisen as a result of the First World War, particularly disagreement on the
issue of territories. Those who won the First World War such as USA, England, and France signed
Treaty of Versailles which was not good but humiliating for the ... Show more content on
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For example, the famous English historian and military theorist John Fuller unequivocally calls the
conquest of Lebensraum as the main reason the Nazis attack on the Soviet Union in his book "The
Second World War, 1939–1945.", which was published in London in 1948: "Why, then, Hitler did
not see in alliance with Russia, which could be concluded even a few years before, a much more
reliable guarantee against the war on two fronts? The answer is given in the 14th chapter of the
second volume 'Mein Kampf'. Here Hitler expresses his theory of living space so clearly and in
detail that it really surprises: why Hitler invaded Russia? ". However, the representation of Hitler as
the main author of hundreds of millions of victims in the Second World War, is clearly not satisfied
with the anti–Soviet forces of the West, under whose influence in the sixties began creeping revision
of the fundamental provisions of the Nuremberg judgment associated with changes in motivation,
which explains the reason for the attack on Soviet Union by the Nazis. In this case, military–
strategic situation that developed by June 1941 was exposed to the forefront and allegedly fraught
with the potential aggression of the foreign policy of the Soviet Union in the pre–war period but not
programmatic positions of Nazi concepts of that
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The World War I Is War
World War I is war famous for European nations fighting against themselves. It began to take shape
when countries like France and Germany beginning to form their own allies. It all started with the
powerful Austria–Hungary wanted to have Serbia as part of their own empire. However a group of
Serbian nationalists known as Black Hands dislike the idea. So they wanted to send a message to the
Austria–Hungary government by killing Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Gavrilo Princip, member of the
Black Hands, shot and killed Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie and thus started World War 1.
Austria–Hungary soon moved against Serbia but Serbia counter by moving against Austria–
Hungary. Then comes with new superpower in Europe Germany. It got involved by ... Show more
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So Germany constitute a plan to be in 3 special events to make and force United States to take
action and be part in World War 1. The three events that causes the United States to take part into
World War I is the sinking of Lusitania, Zimmerman Telegraph, and Germany U–subs attacking
trade ships on American soil. The sinking of the British passenger ship Lusitania is one out of 3
serious of events of America's involvement in World War I. Before it happened, Germany is
becoming more and more powerful especially technology wise. One of which surprised the British
was Germans maximization of the U–Boot since Great Britain is the strongest naval power in all of
Europe. In response to this, they would use water mines in the English channel to defend against the
Germans. This triggered the Germans to be very aggressive and suspicious. The Germans are
suspicious of the United States and Great Britain has weapons on that ship. They would give 3 days
of warning to both U.S. and British to turn those weapons in or they will see as enemy threat and
therefore blow up the ship. In the first day, U.S. and Britain refuse to say they have any weapons on
the ship. And in the 2nd and final day of the warning, United States and Britain decided to stand
pact and thinking this is just a regular passenger ship. However, Germany did not bluff and they
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The World Of World War II
World War II was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. It led to millions of deaths, and
devastation across the world. Nazi Germany took control of many European countries, and Japan
declared war on the United States. American soldiers were deployed and took action to protect the
nation. The United States was in a constant limbo between being safe, and having war on its
doorstep. Life for citizens, in the United States and other countries, was affected tremendously by
the war, and has shaped the way we view war today. It has changed the way people think about war,
and how they react. Life during World War II, explained in Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand, have
shaped how the world approaches war and how it's devastating events have affected people to this
day. A class at The University of California, Irvine made it their mission to collect stories from
World War II survivors and documents them for future use. The class advertised an organization
meeting, where six of the ten people they interviewed showed up. They spoke to one man who said
the class had better begin quickly because their subjects would not be around much longer. (Oberts)
This brings attention to how long it has been since the war, but also highlights the fact that people
who lived during that time are still alive. To some people, the war seems like it was centuries ago.
But really, it was
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only seventy years ago. Sixty million people were killed just seventy years ago.
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The War Of The World War II
After the last great global conflict, the Second World War was the most extensive and lethal war in
history, which involved more than 30 countries. It marked more than 50 million military and civilian
deaths. Though dumbfounded by the events of December 7, Americans were also determined.
President Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war against Japan On December 8. The declaration
passed with just one rebel vote. After three days, Germany and Italy, connected with Japan, declared
war on the United States. America was involved into a global war. Great Britain and the Soviet
Union were in allies in this fight. The job the nation faced in December 1941 was daunting. During
World War II, some 350,000 women made a huge job both at home and abroad in the U.S. There is
one thing that states: In World War II there were believe that women became skilled of all kind of
roles in the workforce in society, and that was permanently impressed on the public awareness. Even
though the World War II made significant change in women's life; however, it did not necessarily
bring new employment, military, and civil rights opportunities to black women compare with white
Americans. Moreover, while white American women in military and other area also shared a history
of discrimination based on gender, African American faced as well as gender and race
discrimination. Primarily forbidden that African American women obstinately kept on their right to
manage that was given from official military status.
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War Of The Worlds Essay
I believe that the "War of the Worlds" is an classic because H. G well make an exciting plot ,
standard character an old fashion setting to make "The War of the Worlds" a story for the ages. This
story is a great read it has every an great book has climax ,betrayal , emotional conflict ,physical
conflict and drama .This is the original alien invasion story "Wells" show how the Martian are more
advance then earth an how they planned to take over earth with such great detail. He put conflicts
between some of the characters so not everyone in the story gets along he gives the characters
concision he show the human nature in people .In the story the narrator borrowed a cart for a guy
but instead of him just escaping he returned the cart and ended
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War Of The Worlds Analysis
"Many flee homes to escape gas raids from mars––phone calls' The "War of The Worlds' by Orson
Welles which was a radio drama the radio drama was produced by Orson Welles which was a fiction
novel that aired on a Halloween night on 1938 the setting in the show was in New Jersey. In the
radio drama"War of the Worlds' the actors in the show were specialized in making realistic sound
effects and using voice impersonator for government officials and they also used real names and
locations to they also made frequent weather and breaking news reports. They also used locations
that people were familiar with. in the beginning of the radio drama which caused people to believe
that the world was ending. The actors in war of the worlds were specialized
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The War of the Worlds
The War of the Worlds
When earth is invaded, what will happen? Great science fiction novels explore many scenarios like
this. The likelihood of an Alien invasion is still a highly talked about topic in science fiction today.
But none approach the subject of alien invasions like The War of the Worlds. When looking for a
science fiction novel a reader has a wide array of books to choose from. One would want to choose a
classic science fiction novel that is engaging and believable. H.G. Wells' novel The War of the
Worlds is mesmerizing and conceivable literary wise; Wells does this by portraying a believable and
captivating plot, clever character development and interesting and creative science to support it.
The War of the Worlds is a very believable story with the way it portrays the late nineteenth century
and the way it describes how humans interacted with each other and reacted to their situations. The
narrator and his brother give really detailed descriptions that keep you entertained and interested
throughout the novel. The narrator describes his surroundings extremely vividly which makes it easy
to picture in one's mind while reading; The narrator describes the ruined remains of a neighborhood
that he has been held up in, "Now I stood on a mound of smashed brickwork, clay, and gravel, over
which spread a multitude of red cactus–shaped plants, knee–high, without a solitary terrestrial
growth to dispute their footing. The trees near me were dead and brown, but further a
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World War I and World War II
Many people know about World War I and World War II seeing that they are a couple of the world's
most famous wars. Have you ever wondered how much you really know? This paper is here to
inform you of all of the propaganda used to persuade people to follow Hitler, the Nazi party, and
Stalin, terms that were used during this time period, and some of the very important people involved
in World War I and in World War II.
In the heat of World War I there were two groups, the Allies and the Central Powers. The Allies,
which included France, Britain and Russia, went against the Central Powers. The Russian
Revolution was also going on during this time period, which was a term that described a series of
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Basically Hitler was saying that if children of Germany were weak and did not conform to his
beliefs and become an ideal Nazi, the children had no chance. After Hitler came to power all of the
other youth movements were abolished. By 1933 the Hitler Youth membership was up to 100,000
members and it was seen as repulsive if a child from ages 10 through 18 were not a member.
Anti–Semitism is a prejudice belief and the hatred of a certain racial group. Anti– Semitism is a
form of racism. Anti–Semitism members expressed their feelings towards the Jewish community in
many different ways. Most showed their hatred of the Jews and discriminated individually. Others
organized extremely violent mobs, and military attacks on entire Jewish communities.
The Allied forces of World War II included the United States, Britain and the USSR. The Allies were
the countries opposing the Axis Powers. Their goal was to stop German, Italian and Japanese
aggression. The Soviet Union joined the Allied forces after being invaded by Germany and its Allies
in 1941, the United States also joined after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December of
1941. The relationship between Britain and the US were extremely close, but other key alliances
were China, Canada and India.
The Axis Powers were the nations that fought in World War II against the Allied forces. The Axis
Powers were brought together by their opposition against the Western world and the Soviet Union.
Their goal was
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The World Of World War II
World War II The world has experienced many wars. However, two of them have particularly
influenced the world history, World War I and World War II. However, the most pronounced among
the two is World War II. World War II was a global war, which took place between 1939 and 1945.
This war grew out of issues left unresolved by earlier conflicts of World War I. It involved virtually
every part of the world. The primary combatants were the Axis powers– Germany, Italy and Japan
and the Allies– France, Great Britain, the United States, the Soviet Union and China. WW II was the
most prevalent historical war, which involved over 100 million people from approximately 30
countries. Characterized by mass civilian deaths, including the Holocaust as ... Show more content
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However, the peace agreements that led to the end of WW I did not bring safety and democracy to
the world, but rather caused bitterness, alongside with anger that initiated WW II. Initially,
Germany, with its allies lost in WW I. Particularly, it has lost a sixth of its territory, in addition to
being forced to pay colossal recompenses. Thus after WW I, Germany had to tackle issues of high
level of unemployment together with uncontrollable inflations. The German currency lost almost all
its value, and this led to many Germans fuming with anger at the peace treaty. A Confederation of
Nations was formed after WW I to peace. However, the U.S was not involved, and other states were
extremely busy to think about Germany, alongside other trouble spots. Consequently, in 1930s, an
economic depression hit the world and led to the loss of jobs, falling of trade, and times became
extremely hard. Thus, people went about in search of leaders that could initiate change. At that time,
Italy, Japan, and Germany were under the leadership of dictators. Italy was under the rule of
Mussolini, who took power in 1922, while Japan was under military leaders who took power in the
30s. Adolf Hitler took power in 1933 to rule Germany. These three leaders pledged to reinstate their
nations to prominence. However, they formed totalitarian governments (totalitarian governments are
run by one political party that does not permit any opposition, in addition
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War Of The Worlds Effect
What would you do if you hear in the radio that there was a alien invasion in Halloween night.The
radio drama titled War of the Worlds. Author Orson Welles explains about an alien invasion
broadcast in the radio. War of the Worlds was radio broadcast made by Orson Welles in Halloween
night setting New Jersey. In 1938 War of the worlds was part of a radio show named The mercury
theatre on the air. The show said there was apparently an alien invasion and only gaved a total of
two warnings saying it was fake from the 60 minute broadcast.Although this radio drama caused
panic and thousands of people feared. This play was really realistic and with good sound effects,
which made thousands of people believe it was really happening. Thousands of
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World War I As The War
End All Wars knew World War I as the War. This massive war involved thirty–two countries but a
country that had a very important role was Russia. In the beginning two sides formed, the allies and
the central powers. Russia was the first to mobilize its army because it came to the aid of its ally
Serbia after the assassination of their Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a terrorist group from Austria–
Hungary. In result of Russia mobilizing it's army, Germany, who was in support of Austria–Hungary,
declared war on Russia. Due to the Franco–Russian alliance drafted previously in 1892 France then
mobilizes too. Soon after Germany declares war on France, Belgium and Great Britain gets involved
and they fought Germany on what was known as the Western Front. A day after the Serbs defeat the
Austro–Hungarians at the Battle of the Cer the Russian army decides to attack Germany, advancing
to East Prussia. The battle of Russia and Germany was known as the Battle of Stallupönen on
August 17th, 1914, which was the first battle on the Eastern Front. In this first battle of 84,000
Russians against 16,000 Germans, The Russians were defeated. After that the Germans played their
offense and attacked the Russians on August 20th, at The Battle of Gumbinnen. Despite the offense
attack the Germans lost that battle because of their eagerness to defeat Russia in another effort to
end the two–front war. The Russian Army decided to split up with Rennenkampf in control of the
First Army and Samsonov in
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War of the Worlds Analysis
All creation evolves with the idea of survival of the fittest; there is always competition for control in
an environment. This idea supports the theory that power is fleeting and that there is nothing in
creation that reigns permanently all–powerful. In War of the Worlds H.G. Wells uses title, setting,
and irony to convey the theme that when a force stands as the most potent entity in a system, there is
always another power to put the other in check.
Herbert George Wells was an English writer born on September 21, 1866, in Bromley, Kent,
England, and died August 13, 1946, in London, England. He was the youngest of four children of
Joseph Wells, a shopkeeper and cricketer, and Sarah Neal, a former domestic servant. He attended
Thomas Morley's Commercial Academy as a child, and was a pupil–teacher at the National School
at Wookey and later at Midhurst Grammar School. He studied biology and Darwinian evolution at
the Royal College of Science in London. Throughout his educational and professional career Wells
developed a passion for expressing his ideas on society, politics, and religion through writing. He is
most known for his contributions to the genre of science fiction, most notably The War of the
Worlds, The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The Island of Doctor Moreau.
The title is significant in its literal meaning and application. War of the Worlds literally means an
armed conflict between planets. That is exactly what this novel is about, the war that the
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The World Of The Second World War
The Second World War lasted from 1939 to 1945, which involved most of the world 's nations,
organized into two opposing military alliances: The Allies and the Axis. It is considered the most
extensive war, with more than 100 million armed forces assembled. The Allied forces placed their
entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort, destroying the
difference between civilian and military resources. It was the deadliest conflict in human history
(Reference), which resulted in over 70 million fatalities caused by military action against civilians,
the Holocaust and the use of nuclear weapons in warfare. This essay concerns itself with why and
how the allies won the Second World War. Joachim von ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
There are several reasons for the transformation of Soviet fighting power and morale. Firstly, the
soviet army learned a lot from their previous encounters with the German army. The soviet air and
tanks were adjusted to copy the Germans, communication and intelligence, training for officers and
men was improved and the soviet technology was modernized to match Germany 's (reference).
Secondly, the pre–war economic planning and mobilization helped the regime to run a war on an
emergency basis, while the very large number of workers and factories allowed the soviets to
reconstruct its armaments quickly (reference). Until 1942 Stalin closely controlled the army.
Political officials of the communist party worked alongside senior officers and reported straight
back to the Kremlin, that is the Russian government housing. Stalin came to realize that political
control hold the army back and cut the amount politics influenced the army in 1942. Stalin created a
deputy supreme commander who worked under him, Marshal Zhukov, and stepped back from
conducting the war. The Soviet General Staff demonstrated that they could match the Germans on
the battlefield. It was not until later in the war that Stalin began to regain control, when victory was
in sight. Furthermore, from 1942 a flow of food and raw materials continued the Soviet war effort.
There was enough food to ensure a meal for every Soviet soldier; most of the Soviet
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September 3, 1939 was the day that many people's lives changed. That is date of which Great
Britain entered World War II. Great Britain would fight alongside the allied powers, which consisted
of USSR, France, and US. The axis powers, which consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan, would try
and bomb the allied powers into surrender. This brutal war would go on for nearly five and a half
years, finally ending on May 8, 1945. The end of the war marked both celebration and mourning.
For Great Britain some major turning points during the war were the Battle of Britain, and the
invasion scare. Many families had to make sacrifices during the war, some of them life changing.
The people of Great Britain refused to go to war and were in denial, many of them would not listen
to future Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Churchill warned the people about Hitler and Nazi
Germany . Because of everybody's fear of the war, Britain was not prepared when it came time for
the country to enter the war. After World War I, Great Britain wanted to avoid any war at all costs.
At the time, Neville Chamberlain was the Prime minister of Great Britain and he wanted to keep
peace throughout the country. After the first world war, Chamberlain primarily focused on being in
the League of Nations and that led to the deterioration of his armed forces and turn the focus to the
inside of the country. The League of Nations was founded after World War I and it was there to
ensure that war never broke out again .
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In the early parts of the twentieth century the world was turned upside down in the wakes of the
deadliest war it had ever seen in 1914. For the first time, science was playing a large part in the
makings of the war, with the invention poison gasses being thrown into the war field. And then, to
make matters worse, in 1939, Germany invaded Poland to spark the second of the World Wars.
Germany was on a seemingly unstoppable track to take over Europe, and countries such as France
and England were always being caught in the middle of the violence by trying to help their allies
involved. Because of these wars, the moral of England was something that many authors had the
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His main message was to inspire people to, "... rage against the dying of the light." Could possibly
be directed towards the skeptics and doubters who still felt uneasy about the years to come
following the war. Put in the words by Susan Hurn from enotes.com, she states, "Thomas affirms the
brief and precious nature of being alive and defines how life should be lived–with passion, with joy,
and with an elevating purpose not to be betrayed through inaction." This describes exactly what
Thomas is trying to get across with his poem. In life, you are sometimes thrown out and left to
figure things out on your own, and sometimes you may not have past experiences to back yourself
up. This is when the human spirit is truly presented as what it truly is. Though some may say that
the human spirit shrivels up and shows its true cowardly ways such as when faced with a very
challenging task the first human response is to stop or give up; however, Thomas makes it quite
clear that is not what the natural spirit is. It is not an easy task but when faced with hardships, people
have to look places for inspiration, and when that inspiration is found, they can do whatever it is that
they need to. Thomas does not want people to worry and does not want readers to feel the
uneasiness of the world, but rather challenges them to embrace this uneasiness. When the people of
a nation become worried, they need things to cling to. And in the
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The Martians in the book The War Of The Worlds that was written by H. G. Wells were on the quest
to Earth for resources to help them survive. At first landing and reading their spherical vehicles that
were armed with both a heat ray gun and smoke gun, began to lay waste to mankind. Throughout the
book, it is from the point of view of the narrator and what he experiences and sees on the Martians
destruction of the world he knows. While Earth gives as much defense as they can, it cannot stand
up against the great power of the Martians great vehicle's destructive weapons. Towards the end of
the book, mankind resorts to hiding in the shadows of this deadly terror and like the narrator, in a
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As he says, "I had just discovered the art of leaving my body to sit impassive in a crumpled up
attitude in a chair or sofa, while I wandered over the hills and far away in novel company and new
scenes.... My world began to expand very rapidly, and when presently I could put my foot to the
ground, the reading habit had got me securely.". Thanks to breaking his leg while playing cricket.
The son of his family's landlords, whose last name was the Suttons, tried to be friendly and pick up
H.G. Wells and playfully tossed him into the air. H.G. wiggled out of place and the landlord's son
was not able to catch him, and wound up with a shattered shinbone. It lead him down the path
through life to where he eventually wrote his first book, The Time Machine, and went on to write
The Island Of Dr. Moreau, The Invisible Man, and then The War Of The Worlds (1898). In this
book, he shows his vision of the worst that could happen to the world. Today it is probably best
known as the archetype of every science fiction film that best presents and sets a precedent of
creatures from outer space invading Earth, armed with deadly ray guns, looking to destroy mankind
and Earth. One such movie that is based off this book would be the movie Independence Day. What
made this book so special to readers because of the believability with which Wells lays out the story
of the Martian invasion of Earth, the conquest of Earth, and life underneath the Martians. War,
Destruction, Greed,
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World Wars: Causes Of World War II
Ignacio Altamiranda
AP Language and Composition
Mr. Chesbro
11/15/15
Causes of the World Wars World War I and World War II both had devastating effects worldwide,
and were major turning points in History. Even today we still feel the impact of these terrible
conflicts. These conflicts had many similarities in how they began, but they also had their
differences. Europe was dominated by feelings of nationalism in the early 1900s. The German
government felt that it was in charge of Europe, mainly because of the enormous growth it had gone
through in recent decades. The Germans wanted to continue their growth, and establish colonies.
Colonies would supply Germany with the resources needed to maintain their army and give
Germany a higher status. However, Britain had control over the ocean and it was not about to let
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As nations grew in power, they were offered territory as appeasement. Most notably Hitler was
given Czechoslovakia. Fear of communism made people less critical of him and made some
politicians more sympathetic to his demands. Many also thought that the treaty of Versailles had
been too harsh on Germany and that it should regain some territory. The British Prime Minister
Chamberlain was a strong supporter of this tactic, and he ended up handing Hitler territory and
preventing nothing. He believed the only way to prevent a war was to appease Hitler, but he ended
up realizing he was incredibly wrong. Nothing even resembling this appeared preceding WWI. The
causes of both World Wars were similar in many ways but they also had several key differences.
One notable difference was the presence of alliances in World War I, replaced with isolationism in
World War II. But even if they had different causes, they both evolved into bloody, drawn out
conflicts that took a massive amount of lives, and left their mark on Europe for
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Going through the different levels of the educational system most everyone has talked about the
Second World War in great detail. The European and Pacific Theaters were the main focus of many
historians and their writing, because war pertained to the audience of the time. WWII revolved
around the idea of freedom and liberating the fascist governments of Europe, the homefront back in
the states was the war machine that kept the war churning. Millions of pages have been written
about the experiences and battles during WWII, and still continue, not much in the way of the
American homefront history has been written. Classical historicism reigned supreme early after the
war, and historians saw that war was a major topic as it reflected the top down approach. This
included looking at men such as, Patton, Eisenhower, and Hitler, and also telling the more economic
side of war. As early as January, 1944 historians thought about the historiography of World War II.
In The American Historical Review, historians geared up for the writing of this history. Some
historians already thought about the American homefront. Though attempts in the 1940s were a
start, nothing in the way of homefront writing came until the 1960s. These attempts merely focused
upon how the homefront funded the war, metal production of the states, and how the American spirit
was fueled by the homefront. 1960s historians did not go into depth of these areas until the 1970's
and 1980's. Most historians were focusing on
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Of all the years the human race has occupied this planet, we have not come face to face with many
events that could bring so many people together while simultaneously tearing them apart–– World
War II is one of those events. While the beginning is not set in stone, many will argue that the war
all started with the unwarranted German attack on Poland in September of 1939. As tensions rose
between countries, conflict began to swell. Over 20 countries were involved, and alliances were
established. The war was fought between two major alliances; the Allied powers and the Axis
powers. The Allied powers consisted of the following major countries: France, Great Britain, Russia,
and the United States. The Axis powers were Italy, Japan, and Germany. World War II involved
more nations, cost more money, and killed more people than any war before its time. The American–
English dictionary defines total war as "[a] war that is unrestricted in terms of the weapons used, the
territory or combatants involved, or the objectives pursued, especially one in which the laws of war
are disregarded." To say World War II was not a total war would be nonsense. World War II can be
considered the quintessential modern total war by both its physical and ideological scale. It was a
war of ideas, a war of losses, and a war of gains; but over all, it was a war of total involvement. It
ripped the world apart, and mankind was shook to its foundation. Every single world power in the
1940s was directly
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World War II was the most widespread war in history and it directly involved more than 100 million
people from over 30 countries. This war lasted from 1939 to 1945. The war pinned the Axis nations
which were Germany, Italy, Japan versus the Allied nations which were led by Britain and its
Commonwealth nation, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States. The Allies
were victorious in the War. It was one of the most significant periods of time in the 20th century.
The war resulted in many changes across the world including major advancement in technology. The
post–war world changes also included the end of end of European colonialism, the civil rights
movement in the United States, and the modern women's rights movement, as well as the programs
for exploring outer space. Two major superpowers emerged from World War II. This included the
United States and United Soviet Socialist Republics. These two countries entered into the Cold War
with each other which really defined the rest of the century. The effects of WWII were not all
positive. The war had a negative impact on many things including the global economy, the growth
of communism in China and the cold war between United States and USSR which was why World
War II was bad. The negative impact was present across the world. Some believe that World War II
was a simple continuation of the First World War that had ended in 1918. Some others believe that
World War II started in 1931 when Japan seized
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Prior to the beginning of World War I, the world economy was held up by four pillars: the gold
standard, free trade, communication and transportation, and capital and labor labor mobility. After
facing two world wars and a worldwide economic depression, economists and governments from
around the world implemented several development strategies. Some strategists tried to rebuild the
order from before World War I in a more flexible and stable way while others bucked the traditional
world order all together in an attempt to develop more quickly. While import–substituting
industrialization provided short term benefits and long–term problems to the nations that practiced
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Nations that practiced ISI could never entirely eliminate their dependence on the world economy,
and ISI's bias against exports left nations with very little export revenue which could be used to pay
for things that the nation absolutely had to import. These balance of payments crises hurt domestic
economies, often leading to social unrest and coups. Compounding the problems caused by balance
of payments problems, nations which practiced ISI also tended to have high inflation rates as well as
high income–inequality caused by privileging industrialization at the expense of agricultural classes.
Ultimately, ISI nations began experiencing massive social, political, and economic problems which
stifled further development.
After World War II, the Western economic powers implemented the Bretton Woods System, an
attempt to concurrently return to, build upon, and strengthen the pre–World War I economic system.
The stringency of the Gold Standard was replaced by an economic system in which currencies were
tied together by the more flexible US dollar, which was itself backed by gold. Free trade was
reimplemented by GATT, which would later become the WTO. Under the Bretton Woods System,
the world saw an incredible amount of post–war economic growth. Jeffry Frieden points out that in
the postwar period, advanced capitalist nations "grew three times as fast as in the interwar years and
twice as fast as before World War I". The Bretton Woods System allowed for
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World War II would shape the minds of a countless number of individuals whether they knew it or
not. While war itself is horrible there are times where people feel that they have no other choice but
to fight in one. WWII became one of those wars. The war was necessary and worth fighting at the
time due to the aggressive nature of the German and Japanese cultures. However at the same time
the war would produce a greater number of problems throughout the post war years with the
invention of the bomb and Soviet tensions. Ultimately it appears as though Terkel takes a similar
stance.
WWII was a war that to some countries was necessary to fight in though for others it could be
argued that it was not necessary. For example, the British and French felt they had no choice but to
go to war due to the close proximity both were to an extremely aggressive Germany that it seemed
would eventually point there eye towards both countries. On the other hand it could be argued that it
was not necessary for the United States, who had an entire ocean buffer between itself and Europe,
to get involved in the war in Europe. At the point when America would get involved in the war in
Europe, Britain's as well as Russia's survival were all but guaranteed with the continuation of
American Industrial support (Stoler, 24). With this comes a dilemma. The war in this event could
have ended in a stalemate. Every country in Europe would have been weakened, however Germany
would likely have ultimately have
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I. Introduction
World War II was the second major war that broke out across the world. It was fought between the
Axis Powers and the Allied Powers. The Axis Powers originally consisted of Germany, Italy, Japan,
and later were joined by Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania. The Allied Powers were the United
States, Britain, France, Soviet Union, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece,
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. The United States
involvement in World War II lead to many changes overseas and at home. One of the greatest
changes that occurred for the U.S. centered on how the war altered women's roles and how children
were affected by these changes.
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6Men leaving for war allowed for an incline of women in the workforce. 7During the war "the
percentage of women in the American work force had expanded from 25 percent to 36 percent"
("History"). 8Many women came into workforce for the first time. 9To help win the war effort,
many changes needed to happen.
1World War II was a widely known conflict. 2It was one of the largest international struggle in
history. 3The United States had many people involved in the war. 4Due to this, "few families were
untouched by the war" (Horton). 5This military conflict caused much devastation to households
because of the extensive national involvement. 6However without the mass numbers of Americans
involved, the outcome may have changed.
On the home front children's lives were changed due to having parents off fighting war. Also, for the
first time women on the military went to war, this freed men to fill more important roles in the
military, and also forced them to leave their families in the United States.
II. Argument One – Changes on the Home front for Women and Children
1Many things changed during the war years in both lifestyle and work. 2Various programs were put
into place to help with adjustments associated with war life. 3The war outbreak caused changes in
the availability of everyday essentials along with different obstacles that women and children had to
face. 4When the United States declared war, "a rationing program was
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Introduction
The First World War left massive destructions in the world since many people lost their lives and
even property. These massive destructions were as partly as a result of the introduction of new war
weapons, for example, machine guns and gas warfare. This war was majorly between Germany and
the Allied power but Germany was blamed for the destructions that came about because they are
said to have initiated the war (Kissinger, 2014). These destructions made people have a lot of fear
towards any kind of war and nobody wished for any war to start again because people feared losing
lives and property once again. It is said that hundreds of thousands of soldiers from the Western
Front particularly lost their lives in this war.
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Among the contents of this treaty is that Germany was forced to share its territory with other
countries like Belgium, Czechoslovakia, and Poland which led to a reduction in the territory of
Germany by about ten percent. This nation was also forced to return Alsace and Lorraine to France.
All the overseas countries that had been colonized by Germany were placed under the mandate of
the League of Nations and Danzig city which had a larger population of the Germans became a Free
city (Kissinger, 2014).
The "War Guilt Clause" in this document forced Germany to admit that it was responsible for
starting the First World War. For that reason, Germany was made liable for all the losses that
resulted from the war and as a result, they were required to pay reparations to the allied nations to
act as a compensation for the losses that had been realized. It was clear that Germany could not be in
a position to pay for these losses because they were lots although the actual cost of these losses had
not been made. The Allied nations insisted that Germany was supposed to pay for the losses and if
they failed they were to be judged for the same. Clemenceau who was one of the "big four" wanted
to ensure that Germany could not be in a position to start any other war in the future. For that
reason, there were measures put in place. The number of the German men in the army was greatly
reduced; there was an elimination of the general staff, the making of
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World War II was fought between two powers; the axis and the allied powers. The axis powers
consisted of Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria while the allied powers
consisted of U.S., Britain, France, USSR, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark,
Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. While the
United States Armed Forces were deployed in other parts of the world, the ones back home were
facing the struggles of a war they had no choice but to be involved in. This war was a war that lasted
for six years and tallied many casualties. The hard fought war was not fought for any reason,
though. World War II was a pivotal point in the 1900's for, not only states' rights, but also human
rights. The aftermath of the war brought justice to those wronged and a bright future to look ahead
to. The United States military had no part in World War II and wished to remain neutral rather than
fight. The Japanese, though, saw things differently. A surprise attack on Pearl Harbor Naval Base on
December 7th, 1941 left the American fleet in peril. According to the article on ushmm.com, the
attack left tens of thousands of people dead and the base nearly nonexistent. The attack had severely
damaged the fleet and prevented, for a short time, any rebuttal to this attack. After being left almost
hopeless and without any course of action, the United States had no choice but to enter World War
II. Truman declared war, effective
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War arises due to the ever changing relationships between several conditions. it is never provoked
by one sole cause; be it social, economic, cultural, opposing interests, etc... But it is rather caused by
an amalgamation of these particular concepts, trends, movements, or policies. Peace is an equipoise
amidst these countless forces, and at any particular time, any of these changes in forces, trends, or
movements, can make for war, while at other times they make for peace. Post World War One
Germany felt the need to redeem its sovereignty from their great loss in World War One, and to also
assert their dominance to the rest of the world. It was already on thin ice, and if it were to be broken
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The two opposing powers were the Allied forces; predominantly Great Britain (led by Neville
Chamberlain initially, then Sir Winston Churchill), Russia (led by Josef Stalin), and the USA
(initially by President Franklin Roosevelt then by President Harry Truman) and The Axis Powers;
mainly Nazi Germany (led by Adlof Hitler), Fascist Italy (led by Benito Mussolini who was Prime
Minister and Victor Emmanuel the Third who was King of Italy and the supreme head, with
Mussolini, of the Royal Italian Army) , and Japan (led by Hirohito, the Emperor, and Hideki Tojo,
the Prime Minister). The Axis powers were brought together through the contradiction towards the
Allied Forces and the Soviet
Union in order to become a master race and dominate Europe. Adolf Hitler was elected
Chancellor/Führer/Leader of Germany in 1933, Adolf Hitler lead the Nazi party with an ideology of
"racial superiority, nationalism, and destruction of all who opposed them". The ramifications of
WW1, the Treaty of Versailles in particular, inhibited Germany's capabilities (on an ambassadorial
level), and subsequently, during the 1930s, the Nazis, under Hitler's jurisdiction, failed to follow the
laws that had been laid down in 1919 by the allied forces, and when the Nazis invaded Poland in
September 1939, France and Britain officially declared war on Germany.
What followed was six years of utter upheaval. One of Hitler's predominant aims as Fuhrer of
Germany was
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Although all countries should be blamed for World War I, Germany did the most to provoke the war
to its extremes by attempting to send the Zimmerman Telegram to Mexico, which would result in
conflict with the United States of America. In 1917, Germany attempted to send the Zimmerman
Telegram to Mexico, which would try to persuade them in joining their side of the war by promising
them they would help Mexico take back the territory and states they had lost in the Mexican
American War that occurred from 1846 to 1848. Since Mexico had lost around a third of their
territory from the Mexican Cession including Texas, New Mexico, and California, where gold was
discovered shortly after it was appropriated, the offer from Germany would have been too good to
ignore. Nevertheless, British cryptographers had intercepted the secret message before it was able to
reach Mexico and showed it to America. The Zimmerman Telegram spurred outraged Americans to
join the war against Germany on April 6, 1917 on the Allies' side because they were angry that
Germany would pull such a deal behind their backs.The boost of America joining the Allies' side
refreshed the Allies' morale to resume their ceaseless warfare and the war became more extreme
with the addition of the powerful nation (Lecture, 12/3/14). America's steel industry dominated any
other country in size, so they were able to provide tons of weapons and ammunition like machine
guns and tanks for the Allies. With the addition of America
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On June 28th, 2015 the peace treaty that finished World War I was agreed upon by Germany and the
Allies at the Palace of Versailles in Paris. The main three Allies showed their interest: British Prime
Minister David Lloyd George, French Premier George Clemenceau and US President Woodrow
Wilson. The Great War had crushed Europe. Limitless territories of north–western Europe were
diminished to almost nothing; French and Belgian towns and towns had vanished from the map
without any trace of existence. The war destroyed Europeans male population. Both sides endured
losses on a practically immeasurable scale. France had endured more than 1.4 million dead, and
more than 4 million injured. Altogether, 8.5 million men had died.
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The most essential terms of the Treaty of Versailles were: "War Guilt Clause – Germany should
accept the blame for starting World War One Reparations – Germany had to pay 6,600 million
pounds for the damage caused by the war Disarmament – Germany was only allowed to have a
small army and six naval ships. No tanks, no air force and no submarines were allowed. The
Rhineland area was to be de–militarised.Territorial Clauses – Land was taken away from Germany
and given to other countries. Anschluss (union with Austria) was forbidden" (World War Two–
Causes).
For the Allies, the settlement had made peace which demilitarized Germany, secured the French
border against assault and made an association to guarantee future world peace, to be known as the
League of Nations. Yet the reaction in Germany against the Versailles was huge. Regional
misfortunes to the new Polish state on the Eastern Front enraged numerous Germans. The
neutralization of the Rhineland and the joining of Germans into the new land of Czechoslovakia also
angered Germans. The term that angered Germany the most was the fact that they had to take the
blame for causing the world. "As Germany looked for revisions to the treaty, the US Senate
dismisses the Versailles settlement and vetoed US enrollment of the League of Nations. This was to
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In 1914, a war began that would turn into one of the deadliest combats in all of human history. A
war that was fought between two alliances named the Triple Entente, consisting of Russia, France
and Great Britain, and the Triple Alliance, which consisted of Germany, Austria–Hungary, and Italy.
One of the reasons the war was so deadly was because many of the commanders and generals did
not develop the tactics at the rate at which the weapons had progressed. Artillery and Machine Guns
would decimate anyone who came over the edge of a trench, leading to millions of deaths. The old
style of face–to–face trading fire combat had become obsolete due to the invention of the automatic
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It would cause burning of the throat and lungs, and would blind the soldiers. As many of the French
troops fell back due to the gas, the Canadian troops had a genius idea. They urinated into cloths and
handkerchiefs in order to neutralize the Chlorine Gas. Although the attack created an 8–kilometer
long gap in the defensive line, the Germans did not advance through it, since it was partially
defended by the Canadian troops. The Canadians gave the British reinforcements time to help fill in
the gap, although it was thinly defended. The Canadian troops managed to hold their ground and
keep the enemy troops from advancing. In the third Battle of Ypres, also known as Passchendaele, a
new and even deadlier gas was introduced. The gas that is commonly called Mustard Gas was used
for the first time by German forces on the Allied forces. Mustard gas was very potent and would
cause effects that could last for days. Throughout the war, poison gas was used very effectively, with
many tens of thousands of troops dying from its effect. Santos 3 During the war, many of the
soldiers that were forced to go above the edge of the trenches were injured or killed. The strategy of
charging the enemy was extremely ineffective because of 2 weapons, the Machine Gun and
Artillery. Many of the Generals never thought to change up the tactics, and with Machine Guns
ready to fire on troops coming over the edge,
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The World Of World War II
World War II has been considered one of the worst things to ever occur in history. Violence, death
and aggression took place in the 1930s and 1940s in certain European nations. German leader, Hitler
played an important, yet a very big role during this time. With the rise and domination of fascism in
Germany and Italy, the goal was to maintain peace, established by the Treaty of Versailles ended up
in major disaster. World War II began with the poor economic conditions in Europe after World War
I and the confrontation of clashing forms of governments and in the end it brought about positive
and negative changes of the world. World War II began on September 1st, 1939 when Germany
invaded Poland; this invasion led to the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, The Great Depression, and
the Holocaust. World War II began when Germany invaded Poland when Hitler tried convincing
Britain and France that the invasion was a defensive act by bringing living space for the Germans
but Britain and France was not convinced. "Hitler gave orders for the Poland invasion to begin on
August 26, but on August 25 he delayed the attack when he learned that Britain had signed a new
Long 2 treaty with Poland, promising military support should it be attacked." ("Germans Invade
Poland.") World War II had gotten more than 50 countries to be a part of the Allies who were against
the Axis. These countries were led by Great Britain, The Soviet Union, France, China and The
United States. The Axis powers
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War On The Second World War
War is one of the most dreadful matter in our world today. We have grown up watching news on
wars on television channels and news. I am from a country called Bangladesh, where we fought for
victory to save our country through a nine months bloody war. And, now we see all this war around
different countries in news channels, and newspapers, killing of innocent people. War has nothing to
do with killing innocent citizens of a country. The main purpose of war is to fight against one
another to protect themselves, but instead of protecting they put the life of innocent people of their
country in danger. In our history, we have already had two immense wars. These wars were the
World Wars, simply because they involved most of the vast countries of the world, which made
history. The Second World War was perhaps the most significant period of the 20th century. It is a
very huge topic to discuss about. Many writers wrote books on the Second World War. Some writers
emphasized on the cause, some emphasized on the effects. "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" is
a book on the Second World War written by William L Shirer. Shirer is an American Journalist and a
war columnist. This book is written based on Shirer's own experience while he was living in
Germany during the early years of the Third Reich. William Lawrence Shirer was born in Chicago
in February 23, 1904. His father was a lawyer and served as an assistant United States District
Attorney. After the death of his father in
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In the 20th century there are so many different events that happened during this time. One of the
most major events that effected the world is World War II. It is an event that will never be forgotten
because of how many different countries were involved and how it affected the Jews as well. During
the war, the United States started to put up posters to get people to join the army and there were
other countries that convinced the people to invest money into the war. Without the propaganda and
the use of artwork on posters and flyers that they used to influence people in the U.S. they may have
never won the war.
One of the main countries that helped support the Allies the most out of every country is the United
States. They provided the most troops and have spent the most money on the war to help other
countries and to help the Jews. The war could not have been won without the support of the
American people fighting and investing into the war. However, people would not have supported the
war without propaganda taking into effect with posters, flyers, even cartoon shows have given the
people the influence to fight the war. With the support of the American people there was a chance to
win the war and put an end to it with the U.S. winning it. During the war, America needed people to
join the war so they put posters and flyers for people to come and join. They got people to come and
join the war by using these methods so that they can be able to fight and assist other
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War Of The Worlds Conflict

  • 1. War Of The Worlds Conflict The War of the Worlds is a fictional novel written by H.G Wells in the year 1898. It was one of the first stories that shows a scenario of conflict between the human race and extraterrestrials. It was published by Dover Publications, Inc with a copyright date set in 1997. The book has 145 pages. The story takes place in London, England in the final years of the 19th century.The conflict is external(man vs man) and towards the end of the story, becomes internal(man vs self). All is normal in London when a missile is seen flying through space with its origins from Mars. Before we know it, Martians are wreaking havoc throughout London. Later the main character starts to think of the future for the human race, and struggles with his sanity. We ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the most important and critical decisions made was the martian's decision to get rid of bacteria on their planet thousands of years before. Doing this, their bodies had no need for a resistance against bacteria. This made the martians very susceptible and vulnerable to disease and viruses contracted from Earth. Humans have gained a strong resistance over millions of years, because bacteria and disease has been around since the beginning of time. " these germs of disease have taken poll of humanity since the beginning of things–taken tool of our pre–human ancestors since life began here. But by virtue of this natural selection of our kind we have developed resisting power; to no germs do we succumb without a struggle, and to many–does that cause putrefaction in that matter, for instance–our living frames are altogether immune. But there are no bacteria on Mars..."(Wells 137). If the martians had been prepared for this situation, Earth surely would have been doomed, and under control of the martian pioneers. Wells truly was one of the most creative writers of his time. In the late 1800s there were no other writings of extraterrestrials like this one. This book really makes the reader begin to wonder about the mysteries of life in space, and if humans really are the top of the food chain. Especially during the time it was written in. This book is every science fiction lover's dream. It shows the possibility of there being a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. The War Of The World War Weapons have always been a critical factor in warfare, but in the 20th century, they became even more important and destructive, such that the world started to create new and unimaginable weapons, like war tanks. The idea of protecting the soldiers as well as the necessity to have vehicles that can do more damage to the enemies in warfare and the development of industrial technologies made war tanks possible. They became very important in warfare, especially during the Second World War and they are still important in modern warfare. They became the world warfare solution to keep move forward while being under fire. The British first employed tanks in September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme, where they tried to end the bloody stalemate of trench warfare on the Western Front. The result was negative because they didn´t have sufficient training in combined arms operations and also because the tanks were very heavy and they consumed a lot of fuel. Mainly for these reasons, war tanks did not a critical factor in the First World War. In the Second World War, the cavalry became obsolete and was replaced with tanks. They performed the same tasks, such as breaking the front lines, surround the enemy and attacking from the rear, but with more devastating results. Tanks became one of the most important weapons in combat, especially for the Germans during their "German blitzkrieg" (lightning war), where tanks advanced quickly, surprised the enemy and proceeded to the next battle, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. The War Of The Worlds Analysis Aliens Take Over To Alter Life For All In both "Zero Hour" and The War of the Worlds the beginning of the end leaves everyone in peril of formidable extraterrestrials. In similar fashion, the events lead them to take extraordinary measures when they are put in danger from the invasion. The authors of "Zero Hour" and The War of the World's portray alien invasions with characters that struggle during different events because of the author's vision of technology during the invasion. In both stories, the authors create characters that struggle with getting to safety during an alien invasion. In "War of the Worlds" H. G. Wells exhibits, "I turned with the rush of the people, but I was not too terrified for thought. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In "Zero Hour" on page 260 it states, "Footsteps. A little humming sound. The attic lock melted" (Bradbury). If the aliens hadn't had the technology to melt down the doorknob, then Mink's parents would've had a chance to stay in their attic longer and most likely, perhaps find a way to escape if the aliens hadn't opened the door. On the other hand, in The War of the Worlds H. G. Wells exclaimed, " One on the extreme left, the remotest that is, flourished a huge case high in the air, and the ghostly, terrible Heat–Ray I had already seen on Friday night smote towards Chertsey, and struck the town" (260). This source makes it clear that the aliens had this specific machine that can transform itself and make it into town to ruin anything in its path. This was coming from up above, thus this couldn't really target the people, this lead to the narrator going under water which saved him from the Heat–Ray. As well as, these events lead them in a bad place since they had made these decisions to further themselves from the aliens which only put them at risk. In War of the Worlds H.G. Wells demonstrates, "I faced about again, and rushed towards the approaching Martian, rushed right down the gravelly beach and headlong into the water" (270). The narrator risked his life during this process with the possibility of staying in the water for too long and not being able to breathe. In "Zero Hour", it states, "They tumbled into the attic, she slammed the door, locked it, threw the key into a far, cluttered corner" ( Bradbury 259). Mink's mom did this out of panic that the aliens will find their way through the door. She reacted quickly by throwing the key in a corner that was already "cluttered" with other stuff which was a bad idea if they changed their mind and thought clearly about escaping. Moreover, this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. The Influence Of World War And World The Influence of World War II and World War II WANG Jing MScPP TD2 Abstract: This article talk about how World War Ⅰ and World War Ⅱ impact Europe. Describe it through three aspects of political, economic and cultural. Key words: World War I, World War II ,Europe, History, Culture 1. Introduction World War I and World War II were the war mainly battlefield in Europe but spread to the world ad last for years in history. It has a very profound influence on Europe 's economy, political and culture. The outcome of the wars had a deep impact on the course of world history. 2. World War I World War I was a war occurred mainly during the day on July 28, 1914 to November 11,1918 in Europe, but spread to the world. At that time most of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Empire of Japan in August 15 formally surrendered and signed surrender on Sept. 2, 1945, broadcast of the world. Major technology weapon: atomic bombs, rockets, radar, jet. Results: The Allies won 3.2 The influence World War II waged by the fascist state, it caused an unprecedented catastrophe to human society and world civilization. However, we should also see to the final victory of the anti–fascist forces disrupted the old world order, shock the decadent and backward forces. Have a deep influence on world history and human history of military. World War II was the turning point of human society from war to peace, from chaos to development in the history. First, it established a confrontation between U.S. and the Soviet Union became the basic characteristic of the post–war world strategic pattern. The victory of World War II, make the shape of the world changed dramatically. This change from the perspective of world strategic pattern, that is the end of the old European powers to dominate the global era, and a gradual transition to a new era of US–Soviet confrontation. This change ended the European powers to dominate the world of the old days and the gradual transition to a new era of US–Soviet
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  • 18. The War Of World War I World War 2 was a huge turning point in history, that fixed most of the things related to wars that World War 1 was supposed to do but did not. There were many differences between the attitude of the US in World War 1, and their attitude in World War 2, mainly due to what happened in between the wars. Unlike World War 1, the second World War, was not about proving a point in the American's case, but instead revenge for what had happened in between. In the process, the attitude of the American people towards war changed dramatically from the end of World War 1, to the end of World War 2. When the first World War, then known as the "Great War" ended, The American people went rampant, saying that the United States was an isolationist ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The 1920s in America, can be divided into two different parts. The first being the boom itself, and the other being the problems that indirectly lead to the catastrophic 30s. "The 1920s was a period that saw the deep south being urbanized, thus moving away from ordinary farming, to factories. This also included the great migration, which saw many african american moving the upper north states like New York, creating what was known as the harlem renaissance in Harlem, New York. A lot of the current big money places like LA and Chicago started their boom in the 20s." While many great things happened in the 1920s many questionable things also happened in the decade. For example, in 1924, "the evil racists political group from the post civil war era, known as the Ku Klux Klan or the KKK, reorganized as a racist–nativist group who opposed anyone who was not an american born white protestant. They successfully got the government to block immigrants from entering the country, as to lessen the fear of communism spreading." The Problems associated with the KKK and immigration, indirectly lead to the great depression seen in the 1930s. The backend of the 1920s, saw the US transition from greatest boom to the greatest recession, known as the great depression. The 1920s was all about the credit system. "This credit system did not have any limits, because at the time, republicans followed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 22. The War Of The World War II War is a standout amongst the most unfortunate things in our reality today. It is considerably sadder that for the most part it comes around in any event once in our lifetime. In the twentieth century alone we have as of now had two enormous wars. These wars are known as the World Wars just on the grounds that they included a large portion of the huge nations of the world. Numerous individuals have died in these wars particularly in the World War 2. War II was a standout amongst the most dangerous wars we know ever, having upwards of sixty million losses, the greater part of whom were regular folks. It affected a great deal of nations, all the world, which is the reason the name is given. This war affected numerous nations on the planet, and harmed the majority of the nations included enormously. It additionally prompted the destruction of Western European nations as world forces, abandoning it to the Soviet Union, and the United States. The war began in 1939 and finished in 1945, with the attack of Poland and the Axis surrender, separately. It changed the economy and the development of huge nations, including Germany, Great Britain, United States, Japan, Russia and France. Moreover, African Americans assumed a critical part in the United States ' military amid World War II, serving all branches of the military. Around 909,000 were in the Army, with a top of 700,000 serving at one time in 1944. On account of prejudicial practices, on the other hand, the lion 's share of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 26. The War Of The World War II Going through the different levels of the educational system most everyone has talked about the Second World War in great detail. The European and Pacific Theaters were the main focus of many historians and their writing, because war pertained to the audience of the time. WWII revolved around the idea of freedom and liberating the fascist governments of Europe, the homefront back in the states was the war machine that kept the war churning. Millions of pages have been written about the experiences and battles during WWII, and still continue, not much in the way of the American homefront history has been written. Classical historicism reigned supreme early after the war, and historians saw that war was a major topic as it reflected the top down approach. This included looking at men such as, Patton, Eisenhower, and Hitler, and also telling the more economic side of war. As early as January, 1944 historians thought about the historiography of World War II. In The American Historical Review, historians geared up for the writing of this history. Some historians already thought about the American homefront. Though attempts in the 1940s were a start, nothing in the way of homefront writing came until the 1960s. These attempts merely focused upon how the homefront funded the war, metal production of the states, and how the American spirit was fueled by the homefront. 1960s historians did not go into depth of these areas until the 1970's and 1980's. Most historians were focusing on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 30. The War Of The World War II Historically, the World War II is considered to be the most bloody and brutal military conflict in mankind history. Furthermore, it is the only war in which there was use of nuclear weapons by Americans against Japanese in 1945. In fact, it was fought by 61 countries. Start and end dates of the war September 1, 1939 and September 2, 1945, which are among the most significant dates for the entire civilized world. World War II began because of the imbalance of power on the planet and the problems that had arisen as a result of the First World War, particularly disagreement on the issue of territories. Those who won the First World War such as USA, England, and France signed Treaty of Versailles which was not good but humiliating for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, the famous English historian and military theorist John Fuller unequivocally calls the conquest of Lebensraum as the main reason the Nazis attack on the Soviet Union in his book "The Second World War, 1939–1945.", which was published in London in 1948: "Why, then, Hitler did not see in alliance with Russia, which could be concluded even a few years before, a much more reliable guarantee against the war on two fronts? The answer is given in the 14th chapter of the second volume 'Mein Kampf'. Here Hitler expresses his theory of living space so clearly and in detail that it really surprises: why Hitler invaded Russia? ". However, the representation of Hitler as the main author of hundreds of millions of victims in the Second World War, is clearly not satisfied with the anti–Soviet forces of the West, under whose influence in the sixties began creeping revision of the fundamental provisions of the Nuremberg judgment associated with changes in motivation, which explains the reason for the attack on Soviet Union by the Nazis. In this case, military– strategic situation that developed by June 1941 was exposed to the forefront and allegedly fraught with the potential aggression of the foreign policy of the Soviet Union in the pre–war period but not programmatic positions of Nazi concepts of that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 34. The World War I Is War World War I is war famous for European nations fighting against themselves. It began to take shape when countries like France and Germany beginning to form their own allies. It all started with the powerful Austria–Hungary wanted to have Serbia as part of their own empire. However a group of Serbian nationalists known as Black Hands dislike the idea. So they wanted to send a message to the Austria–Hungary government by killing Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Gavrilo Princip, member of the Black Hands, shot and killed Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie and thus started World War 1. Austria–Hungary soon moved against Serbia but Serbia counter by moving against Austria– Hungary. Then comes with new superpower in Europe Germany. It got involved by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So Germany constitute a plan to be in 3 special events to make and force United States to take action and be part in World War 1. The three events that causes the United States to take part into World War I is the sinking of Lusitania, Zimmerman Telegraph, and Germany U–subs attacking trade ships on American soil. The sinking of the British passenger ship Lusitania is one out of 3 serious of events of America's involvement in World War I. Before it happened, Germany is becoming more and more powerful especially technology wise. One of which surprised the British was Germans maximization of the U–Boot since Great Britain is the strongest naval power in all of Europe. In response to this, they would use water mines in the English channel to defend against the Germans. This triggered the Germans to be very aggressive and suspicious. The Germans are suspicious of the United States and Great Britain has weapons on that ship. They would give 3 days of warning to both U.S. and British to turn those weapons in or they will see as enemy threat and therefore blow up the ship. In the first day, U.S. and Britain refuse to say they have any weapons on the ship. And in the 2nd and final day of the warning, United States and Britain decided to stand pact and thinking this is just a regular passenger ship. However, Germany did not bluff and they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 38. The World Of World War II World War II was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. It led to millions of deaths, and devastation across the world. Nazi Germany took control of many European countries, and Japan declared war on the United States. American soldiers were deployed and took action to protect the nation. The United States was in a constant limbo between being safe, and having war on its doorstep. Life for citizens, in the United States and other countries, was affected tremendously by the war, and has shaped the way we view war today. It has changed the way people think about war, and how they react. Life during World War II, explained in Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand, have shaped how the world approaches war and how it's devastating events have affected people to this day. A class at The University of California, Irvine made it their mission to collect stories from World War II survivors and documents them for future use. The class advertised an organization meeting, where six of the ten people they interviewed showed up. They spoke to one man who said the class had better begin quickly because their subjects would not be around much longer. (Oberts) This brings attention to how long it has been since the war, but also highlights the fact that people who lived during that time are still alive. To some people, the war seems like it was centuries ago. But really, it was Fleming 2 only seventy years ago. Sixty million people were killed just seventy years ago. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 42. The War Of The World War II After the last great global conflict, the Second World War was the most extensive and lethal war in history, which involved more than 30 countries. It marked more than 50 million military and civilian deaths. Though dumbfounded by the events of December 7, Americans were also determined. President Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war against Japan On December 8. The declaration passed with just one rebel vote. After three days, Germany and Italy, connected with Japan, declared war on the United States. America was involved into a global war. Great Britain and the Soviet Union were in allies in this fight. The job the nation faced in December 1941 was daunting. During World War II, some 350,000 women made a huge job both at home and abroad in the U.S. There is one thing that states: In World War II there were believe that women became skilled of all kind of roles in the workforce in society, and that was permanently impressed on the public awareness. Even though the World War II made significant change in women's life; however, it did not necessarily bring new employment, military, and civil rights opportunities to black women compare with white Americans. Moreover, while white American women in military and other area also shared a history of discrimination based on gender, African American faced as well as gender and race discrimination. Primarily forbidden that African American women obstinately kept on their right to manage that was given from official military status. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 46. War Of The Worlds Essay I believe that the "War of the Worlds" is an classic because H. G well make an exciting plot , standard character an old fashion setting to make "The War of the Worlds" a story for the ages. This story is a great read it has every an great book has climax ,betrayal , emotional conflict ,physical conflict and drama .This is the original alien invasion story "Wells" show how the Martian are more advance then earth an how they planned to take over earth with such great detail. He put conflicts between some of the characters so not everyone in the story gets along he gives the characters concision he show the human nature in people .In the story the narrator borrowed a cart for a guy but instead of him just escaping he returned the cart and ended ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 50. War Of The Worlds Analysis "Many flee homes to escape gas raids from mars––phone calls' The "War of The Worlds' by Orson Welles which was a radio drama the radio drama was produced by Orson Welles which was a fiction novel that aired on a Halloween night on 1938 the setting in the show was in New Jersey. In the radio drama"War of the Worlds' the actors in the show were specialized in making realistic sound effects and using voice impersonator for government officials and they also used real names and locations to they also made frequent weather and breaking news reports. They also used locations that people were familiar with. in the beginning of the radio drama which caused people to believe that the world was ending. The actors in war of the worlds were specialized ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 54. The War of the Worlds The War of the Worlds When earth is invaded, what will happen? Great science fiction novels explore many scenarios like this. The likelihood of an Alien invasion is still a highly talked about topic in science fiction today. But none approach the subject of alien invasions like The War of the Worlds. When looking for a science fiction novel a reader has a wide array of books to choose from. One would want to choose a classic science fiction novel that is engaging and believable. H.G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds is mesmerizing and conceivable literary wise; Wells does this by portraying a believable and captivating plot, clever character development and interesting and creative science to support it. The War of the Worlds is a very believable story with the way it portrays the late nineteenth century and the way it describes how humans interacted with each other and reacted to their situations. The narrator and his brother give really detailed descriptions that keep you entertained and interested throughout the novel. The narrator describes his surroundings extremely vividly which makes it easy to picture in one's mind while reading; The narrator describes the ruined remains of a neighborhood that he has been held up in, "Now I stood on a mound of smashed brickwork, clay, and gravel, over which spread a multitude of red cactus–shaped plants, knee–high, without a solitary terrestrial growth to dispute their footing. The trees near me were dead and brown, but further a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 58. World War I and World War II Many people know about World War I and World War II seeing that they are a couple of the world's most famous wars. Have you ever wondered how much you really know? This paper is here to inform you of all of the propaganda used to persuade people to follow Hitler, the Nazi party, and Stalin, terms that were used during this time period, and some of the very important people involved in World War I and in World War II. In the heat of World War I there were two groups, the Allies and the Central Powers. The Allies, which included France, Britain and Russia, went against the Central Powers. The Russian Revolution was also going on during this time period, which was a term that described a series of revolutions in Russia. These series of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Basically Hitler was saying that if children of Germany were weak and did not conform to his beliefs and become an ideal Nazi, the children had no chance. After Hitler came to power all of the other youth movements were abolished. By 1933 the Hitler Youth membership was up to 100,000 members and it was seen as repulsive if a child from ages 10 through 18 were not a member. Anti–Semitism is a prejudice belief and the hatred of a certain racial group. Anti– Semitism is a form of racism. Anti–Semitism members expressed their feelings towards the Jewish community in many different ways. Most showed their hatred of the Jews and discriminated individually. Others organized extremely violent mobs, and military attacks on entire Jewish communities. The Allied forces of World War II included the United States, Britain and the USSR. The Allies were the countries opposing the Axis Powers. Their goal was to stop German, Italian and Japanese aggression. The Soviet Union joined the Allied forces after being invaded by Germany and its Allies in 1941, the United States also joined after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December of 1941. The relationship between Britain and the US were extremely close, but other key alliances were China, Canada and India. The Axis Powers were the nations that fought in World War II against the Allied forces. The Axis Powers were brought together by their opposition against the Western world and the Soviet Union. Their goal was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 62. The World Of World War II World War II The world has experienced many wars. However, two of them have particularly influenced the world history, World War I and World War II. However, the most pronounced among the two is World War II. World War II was a global war, which took place between 1939 and 1945. This war grew out of issues left unresolved by earlier conflicts of World War I. It involved virtually every part of the world. The primary combatants were the Axis powers– Germany, Italy and Japan and the Allies– France, Great Britain, the United States, the Soviet Union and China. WW II was the most prevalent historical war, which involved over 100 million people from approximately 30 countries. Characterized by mass civilian deaths, including the Holocaust as ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, the peace agreements that led to the end of WW I did not bring safety and democracy to the world, but rather caused bitterness, alongside with anger that initiated WW II. Initially, Germany, with its allies lost in WW I. Particularly, it has lost a sixth of its territory, in addition to being forced to pay colossal recompenses. Thus after WW I, Germany had to tackle issues of high level of unemployment together with uncontrollable inflations. The German currency lost almost all its value, and this led to many Germans fuming with anger at the peace treaty. A Confederation of Nations was formed after WW I to peace. However, the U.S was not involved, and other states were extremely busy to think about Germany, alongside other trouble spots. Consequently, in 1930s, an economic depression hit the world and led to the loss of jobs, falling of trade, and times became extremely hard. Thus, people went about in search of leaders that could initiate change. At that time, Italy, Japan, and Germany were under the leadership of dictators. Italy was under the rule of Mussolini, who took power in 1922, while Japan was under military leaders who took power in the 30s. Adolf Hitler took power in 1933 to rule Germany. These three leaders pledged to reinstate their nations to prominence. However, they formed totalitarian governments (totalitarian governments are run by one political party that does not permit any opposition, in addition ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 66. War Of The Worlds Effect What would you do if you hear in the radio that there was a alien invasion in Halloween night.The radio drama titled War of the Worlds. Author Orson Welles explains about an alien invasion broadcast in the radio. War of the Worlds was radio broadcast made by Orson Welles in Halloween night setting New Jersey. In 1938 War of the worlds was part of a radio show named The mercury theatre on the air. The show said there was apparently an alien invasion and only gaved a total of two warnings saying it was fake from the 60 minute broadcast.Although this radio drama caused panic and thousands of people feared. This play was really realistic and with good sound effects, which made thousands of people believe it was really happening. Thousands of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 70. World War I As The War End All Wars knew World War I as the War. This massive war involved thirty–two countries but a country that had a very important role was Russia. In the beginning two sides formed, the allies and the central powers. Russia was the first to mobilize its army because it came to the aid of its ally Serbia after the assassination of their Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a terrorist group from Austria– Hungary. In result of Russia mobilizing it's army, Germany, who was in support of Austria–Hungary, declared war on Russia. Due to the Franco–Russian alliance drafted previously in 1892 France then mobilizes too. Soon after Germany declares war on France, Belgium and Great Britain gets involved and they fought Germany on what was known as the Western Front. A day after the Serbs defeat the Austro–Hungarians at the Battle of the Cer the Russian army decides to attack Germany, advancing to East Prussia. The battle of Russia and Germany was known as the Battle of Stallupönen on August 17th, 1914, which was the first battle on the Eastern Front. In this first battle of 84,000 Russians against 16,000 Germans, The Russians were defeated. After that the Germans played their offense and attacked the Russians on August 20th, at The Battle of Gumbinnen. Despite the offense attack the Germans lost that battle because of their eagerness to defeat Russia in another effort to end the two–front war. The Russian Army decided to split up with Rennenkampf in control of the First Army and Samsonov in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 74. War of the Worlds Analysis All creation evolves with the idea of survival of the fittest; there is always competition for control in an environment. This idea supports the theory that power is fleeting and that there is nothing in creation that reigns permanently all–powerful. In War of the Worlds H.G. Wells uses title, setting, and irony to convey the theme that when a force stands as the most potent entity in a system, there is always another power to put the other in check. Herbert George Wells was an English writer born on September 21, 1866, in Bromley, Kent, England, and died August 13, 1946, in London, England. He was the youngest of four children of Joseph Wells, a shopkeeper and cricketer, and Sarah Neal, a former domestic servant. He attended Thomas Morley's Commercial Academy as a child, and was a pupil–teacher at the National School at Wookey and later at Midhurst Grammar School. He studied biology and Darwinian evolution at the Royal College of Science in London. Throughout his educational and professional career Wells developed a passion for expressing his ideas on society, politics, and religion through writing. He is most known for his contributions to the genre of science fiction, most notably The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The Island of Doctor Moreau. The title is significant in its literal meaning and application. War of the Worlds literally means an armed conflict between planets. That is exactly what this novel is about, the war that the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 78. The World Of The Second World War The Second World War lasted from 1939 to 1945, which involved most of the world 's nations, organized into two opposing military alliances: The Allies and the Axis. It is considered the most extensive war, with more than 100 million armed forces assembled. The Allied forces placed their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort, destroying the difference between civilian and military resources. It was the deadliest conflict in human history (Reference), which resulted in over 70 million fatalities caused by military action against civilians, the Holocaust and the use of nuclear weapons in warfare. This essay concerns itself with why and how the allies won the Second World War. Joachim von ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are several reasons for the transformation of Soviet fighting power and morale. Firstly, the soviet army learned a lot from their previous encounters with the German army. The soviet air and tanks were adjusted to copy the Germans, communication and intelligence, training for officers and men was improved and the soviet technology was modernized to match Germany 's (reference). Secondly, the pre–war economic planning and mobilization helped the regime to run a war on an emergency basis, while the very large number of workers and factories allowed the soviets to reconstruct its armaments quickly (reference). Until 1942 Stalin closely controlled the army. Political officials of the communist party worked alongside senior officers and reported straight back to the Kremlin, that is the Russian government housing. Stalin came to realize that political control hold the army back and cut the amount politics influenced the army in 1942. Stalin created a deputy supreme commander who worked under him, Marshal Zhukov, and stepped back from conducting the war. The Soviet General Staff demonstrated that they could match the Germans on the battlefield. It was not until later in the war that Stalin began to regain control, when victory was in sight. Furthermore, from 1942 a flow of food and raw materials continued the Soviet war effort. There was enough food to ensure a meal for every Soviet soldier; most of the Soviet ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 82. The War Of World War II September 3, 1939 was the day that many people's lives changed. That is date of which Great Britain entered World War II. Great Britain would fight alongside the allied powers, which consisted of USSR, France, and US. The axis powers, which consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan, would try and bomb the allied powers into surrender. This brutal war would go on for nearly five and a half years, finally ending on May 8, 1945. The end of the war marked both celebration and mourning. For Great Britain some major turning points during the war were the Battle of Britain, and the invasion scare. Many families had to make sacrifices during the war, some of them life changing. The people of Great Britain refused to go to war and were in denial, many of them would not listen to future Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Churchill warned the people about Hitler and Nazi Germany . Because of everybody's fear of the war, Britain was not prepared when it came time for the country to enter the war. After World War I, Great Britain wanted to avoid any war at all costs. At the time, Neville Chamberlain was the Prime minister of Great Britain and he wanted to keep peace throughout the country. After the first world war, Chamberlain primarily focused on being in the League of Nations and that led to the deterioration of his armed forces and turn the focus to the inside of the country. The League of Nations was founded after World War I and it was there to ensure that war never broke out again . ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 86. The War Of The World War II In the early parts of the twentieth century the world was turned upside down in the wakes of the deadliest war it had ever seen in 1914. For the first time, science was playing a large part in the makings of the war, with the invention poison gasses being thrown into the war field. And then, to make matters worse, in 1939, Germany invaded Poland to spark the second of the World Wars. Germany was on a seemingly unstoppable track to take over Europe, and countries such as France and England were always being caught in the middle of the violence by trying to help their allies involved. Because of these wars, the moral of England was something that many authors had the ability to represent and express through their writings. Even the post war ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His main message was to inspire people to, "... rage against the dying of the light." Could possibly be directed towards the skeptics and doubters who still felt uneasy about the years to come following the war. Put in the words by Susan Hurn from enotes.com, she states, "Thomas affirms the brief and precious nature of being alive and defines how life should be lived–with passion, with joy, and with an elevating purpose not to be betrayed through inaction." This describes exactly what Thomas is trying to get across with his poem. In life, you are sometimes thrown out and left to figure things out on your own, and sometimes you may not have past experiences to back yourself up. This is when the human spirit is truly presented as what it truly is. Though some may say that the human spirit shrivels up and shows its true cowardly ways such as when faced with a very challenging task the first human response is to stop or give up; however, Thomas makes it quite clear that is not what the natural spirit is. It is not an easy task but when faced with hardships, people have to look places for inspiration, and when that inspiration is found, they can do whatever it is that they need to. Thomas does not want people to worry and does not want readers to feel the uneasiness of the world, but rather challenges them to embrace this uneasiness. When the people of a nation become worried, they need things to cling to. And in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 90. The War Of The Worlds The Martians in the book The War Of The Worlds that was written by H. G. Wells were on the quest to Earth for resources to help them survive. At first landing and reading their spherical vehicles that were armed with both a heat ray gun and smoke gun, began to lay waste to mankind. Throughout the book, it is from the point of view of the narrator and what he experiences and sees on the Martians destruction of the world he knows. While Earth gives as much defense as they can, it cannot stand up against the great power of the Martians great vehicle's destructive weapons. Towards the end of the book, mankind resorts to hiding in the shadows of this deadly terror and like the narrator, in a hole. Several days pass until the narrator comes out ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As he says, "I had just discovered the art of leaving my body to sit impassive in a crumpled up attitude in a chair or sofa, while I wandered over the hills and far away in novel company and new scenes.... My world began to expand very rapidly, and when presently I could put my foot to the ground, the reading habit had got me securely.". Thanks to breaking his leg while playing cricket. The son of his family's landlords, whose last name was the Suttons, tried to be friendly and pick up H.G. Wells and playfully tossed him into the air. H.G. wiggled out of place and the landlord's son was not able to catch him, and wound up with a shattered shinbone. It lead him down the path through life to where he eventually wrote his first book, The Time Machine, and went on to write The Island Of Dr. Moreau, The Invisible Man, and then The War Of The Worlds (1898). In this book, he shows his vision of the worst that could happen to the world. Today it is probably best known as the archetype of every science fiction film that best presents and sets a precedent of creatures from outer space invading Earth, armed with deadly ray guns, looking to destroy mankind and Earth. One such movie that is based off this book would be the movie Independence Day. What made this book so special to readers because of the believability with which Wells lays out the story of the Martian invasion of Earth, the conquest of Earth, and life underneath the Martians. War, Destruction, Greed, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 94. World Wars: Causes Of World War II Ignacio Altamiranda AP Language and Composition Mr. Chesbro 11/15/15 Causes of the World Wars World War I and World War II both had devastating effects worldwide, and were major turning points in History. Even today we still feel the impact of these terrible conflicts. These conflicts had many similarities in how they began, but they also had their differences. Europe was dominated by feelings of nationalism in the early 1900s. The German government felt that it was in charge of Europe, mainly because of the enormous growth it had gone through in recent decades. The Germans wanted to continue their growth, and establish colonies. Colonies would supply Germany with the resources needed to maintain their army and give Germany a higher status. However, Britain had control over the ocean and it was not about to let Germany expand and gain more power. Because of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As nations grew in power, they were offered territory as appeasement. Most notably Hitler was given Czechoslovakia. Fear of communism made people less critical of him and made some politicians more sympathetic to his demands. Many also thought that the treaty of Versailles had been too harsh on Germany and that it should regain some territory. The British Prime Minister Chamberlain was a strong supporter of this tactic, and he ended up handing Hitler territory and preventing nothing. He believed the only way to prevent a war was to appease Hitler, but he ended up realizing he was incredibly wrong. Nothing even resembling this appeared preceding WWI. The causes of both World Wars were similar in many ways but they also had several key differences. One notable difference was the presence of alliances in World War I, replaced with isolationism in World War II. But even if they had different causes, they both evolved into bloody, drawn out conflicts that took a massive amount of lives, and left their mark on Europe for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 98. The War Of The World War II Going through the different levels of the educational system most everyone has talked about the Second World War in great detail. The European and Pacific Theaters were the main focus of many historians and their writing, because war pertained to the audience of the time. WWII revolved around the idea of freedom and liberating the fascist governments of Europe, the homefront back in the states was the war machine that kept the war churning. Millions of pages have been written about the experiences and battles during WWII, and still continue, not much in the way of the American homefront history has been written. Classical historicism reigned supreme early after the war, and historians saw that war was a major topic as it reflected the top down approach. This included looking at men such as, Patton, Eisenhower, and Hitler, and also telling the more economic side of war. As early as January, 1944 historians thought about the historiography of World War II. In The American Historical Review, historians geared up for the writing of this history. Some historians already thought about the American homefront. Though attempts in the 1940s were a start, nothing in the way of homefront writing came until the 1960s. These attempts merely focused upon how the homefront funded the war, metal production of the states, and how the American spirit was fueled by the homefront. 1960s historians did not go into depth of these areas until the 1970's and 1980's. Most historians were focusing on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 102. The War Of The World War II Of all the years the human race has occupied this planet, we have not come face to face with many events that could bring so many people together while simultaneously tearing them apart–– World War II is one of those events. While the beginning is not set in stone, many will argue that the war all started with the unwarranted German attack on Poland in September of 1939. As tensions rose between countries, conflict began to swell. Over 20 countries were involved, and alliances were established. The war was fought between two major alliances; the Allied powers and the Axis powers. The Allied powers consisted of the following major countries: France, Great Britain, Russia, and the United States. The Axis powers were Italy, Japan, and Germany. World War II involved more nations, cost more money, and killed more people than any war before its time. The American– English dictionary defines total war as "[a] war that is unrestricted in terms of the weapons used, the territory or combatants involved, or the objectives pursued, especially one in which the laws of war are disregarded." To say World War II was not a total war would be nonsense. World War II can be considered the quintessential modern total war by both its physical and ideological scale. It was a war of ideas, a war of losses, and a war of gains; but over all, it was a war of total involvement. It ripped the world apart, and mankind was shook to its foundation. Every single world power in the 1940s was directly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 106. The War Of World War II World War II was the most widespread war in history and it directly involved more than 100 million people from over 30 countries. This war lasted from 1939 to 1945. The war pinned the Axis nations which were Germany, Italy, Japan versus the Allied nations which were led by Britain and its Commonwealth nation, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States. The Allies were victorious in the War. It was one of the most significant periods of time in the 20th century. The war resulted in many changes across the world including major advancement in technology. The post–war world changes also included the end of end of European colonialism, the civil rights movement in the United States, and the modern women's rights movement, as well as the programs for exploring outer space. Two major superpowers emerged from World War II. This included the United States and United Soviet Socialist Republics. These two countries entered into the Cold War with each other which really defined the rest of the century. The effects of WWII were not all positive. The war had a negative impact on many things including the global economy, the growth of communism in China and the cold war between United States and USSR which was why World War II was bad. The negative impact was present across the world. Some believe that World War II was a simple continuation of the First World War that had ended in 1918. Some others believe that World War II started in 1931 when Japan seized ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 110. The World Of World War I Prior to the beginning of World War I, the world economy was held up by four pillars: the gold standard, free trade, communication and transportation, and capital and labor labor mobility. After facing two world wars and a worldwide economic depression, economists and governments from around the world implemented several development strategies. Some strategists tried to rebuild the order from before World War I in a more flexible and stable way while others bucked the traditional world order all together in an attempt to develop more quickly. While import–substituting industrialization provided short term benefits and long–term problems to the nations that practiced it, the Bretton Woods System provided sustainable economic growth to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Nations that practiced ISI could never entirely eliminate their dependence on the world economy, and ISI's bias against exports left nations with very little export revenue which could be used to pay for things that the nation absolutely had to import. These balance of payments crises hurt domestic economies, often leading to social unrest and coups. Compounding the problems caused by balance of payments problems, nations which practiced ISI also tended to have high inflation rates as well as high income–inequality caused by privileging industrialization at the expense of agricultural classes. Ultimately, ISI nations began experiencing massive social, political, and economic problems which stifled further development. After World War II, the Western economic powers implemented the Bretton Woods System, an attempt to concurrently return to, build upon, and strengthen the pre–World War I economic system. The stringency of the Gold Standard was replaced by an economic system in which currencies were tied together by the more flexible US dollar, which was itself backed by gold. Free trade was reimplemented by GATT, which would later become the WTO. Under the Bretton Woods System, the world saw an incredible amount of post–war economic growth. Jeffry Frieden points out that in the postwar period, advanced capitalist nations "grew three times as fast as in the interwar years and twice as fast as before World War I". The Bretton Woods System allowed for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 114. The War Of World War II World War II would shape the minds of a countless number of individuals whether they knew it or not. While war itself is horrible there are times where people feel that they have no other choice but to fight in one. WWII became one of those wars. The war was necessary and worth fighting at the time due to the aggressive nature of the German and Japanese cultures. However at the same time the war would produce a greater number of problems throughout the post war years with the invention of the bomb and Soviet tensions. Ultimately it appears as though Terkel takes a similar stance. WWII was a war that to some countries was necessary to fight in though for others it could be argued that it was not necessary. For example, the British and French felt they had no choice but to go to war due to the close proximity both were to an extremely aggressive Germany that it seemed would eventually point there eye towards both countries. On the other hand it could be argued that it was not necessary for the United States, who had an entire ocean buffer between itself and Europe, to get involved in the war in Europe. At the point when America would get involved in the war in Europe, Britain's as well as Russia's survival were all but guaranteed with the continuation of American Industrial support (Stoler, 24). With this comes a dilemma. The war in this event could have ended in a stalemate. Every country in Europe would have been weakened, however Germany would likely have ultimately have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 118. The War Of World War II I. Introduction World War II was the second major war that broke out across the world. It was fought between the Axis Powers and the Allied Powers. The Axis Powers originally consisted of Germany, Italy, Japan, and later were joined by Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania. The Allied Powers were the United States, Britain, France, Soviet Union, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. The United States involvement in World War II lead to many changes overseas and at home. One of the greatest changes that occurred for the U.S. centered on how the war altered women's roles and how children were affected by these changes. 1Before World War II women were not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 6Men leaving for war allowed for an incline of women in the workforce. 7During the war "the percentage of women in the American work force had expanded from 25 percent to 36 percent" ("History"). 8Many women came into workforce for the first time. 9To help win the war effort, many changes needed to happen. 1World War II was a widely known conflict. 2It was one of the largest international struggle in history. 3The United States had many people involved in the war. 4Due to this, "few families were untouched by the war" (Horton). 5This military conflict caused much devastation to households because of the extensive national involvement. 6However without the mass numbers of Americans involved, the outcome may have changed. On the home front children's lives were changed due to having parents off fighting war. Also, for the first time women on the military went to war, this freed men to fill more important roles in the military, and also forced them to leave their families in the United States. II. Argument One – Changes on the Home front for Women and Children 1Many things changed during the war years in both lifestyle and work. 2Various programs were put into place to help with adjustments associated with war life. 3The war outbreak caused changes in the availability of everyday essentials along with different obstacles that women and children had to face. 4When the United States declared war, "a rationing program was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 122. The War Of The World War II Introduction The First World War left massive destructions in the world since many people lost their lives and even property. These massive destructions were as partly as a result of the introduction of new war weapons, for example, machine guns and gas warfare. This war was majorly between Germany and the Allied power but Germany was blamed for the destructions that came about because they are said to have initiated the war (Kissinger, 2014). These destructions made people have a lot of fear towards any kind of war and nobody wished for any war to start again because people feared losing lives and property once again. It is said that hundreds of thousands of soldiers from the Western Front particularly lost their lives in this war. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Among the contents of this treaty is that Germany was forced to share its territory with other countries like Belgium, Czechoslovakia, and Poland which led to a reduction in the territory of Germany by about ten percent. This nation was also forced to return Alsace and Lorraine to France. All the overseas countries that had been colonized by Germany were placed under the mandate of the League of Nations and Danzig city which had a larger population of the Germans became a Free city (Kissinger, 2014). The "War Guilt Clause" in this document forced Germany to admit that it was responsible for starting the First World War. For that reason, Germany was made liable for all the losses that resulted from the war and as a result, they were required to pay reparations to the allied nations to act as a compensation for the losses that had been realized. It was clear that Germany could not be in a position to pay for these losses because they were lots although the actual cost of these losses had not been made. The Allied nations insisted that Germany was supposed to pay for the losses and if they failed they were to be judged for the same. Clemenceau who was one of the "big four" wanted to ensure that Germany could not be in a position to start any other war in the future. For that reason, there were measures put in place. The number of the German men in the army was greatly reduced; there was an elimination of the general staff, the making of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 126. The War Of World War II World War II was fought between two powers; the axis and the allied powers. The axis powers consisted of Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria while the allied powers consisted of U.S., Britain, France, USSR, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. While the United States Armed Forces were deployed in other parts of the world, the ones back home were facing the struggles of a war they had no choice but to be involved in. This war was a war that lasted for six years and tallied many casualties. The hard fought war was not fought for any reason, though. World War II was a pivotal point in the 1900's for, not only states' rights, but also human rights. The aftermath of the war brought justice to those wronged and a bright future to look ahead to. The United States military had no part in World War II and wished to remain neutral rather than fight. The Japanese, though, saw things differently. A surprise attack on Pearl Harbor Naval Base on December 7th, 1941 left the American fleet in peril. According to the article on ushmm.com, the attack left tens of thousands of people dead and the base nearly nonexistent. The attack had severely damaged the fleet and prevented, for a short time, any rebuttal to this attack. After being left almost hopeless and without any course of action, the United States had no choice but to enter World War II. Truman declared war, effective ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 130. The War Of The World War I War arises due to the ever changing relationships between several conditions. it is never provoked by one sole cause; be it social, economic, cultural, opposing interests, etc... But it is rather caused by an amalgamation of these particular concepts, trends, movements, or policies. Peace is an equipoise amidst these countless forces, and at any particular time, any of these changes in forces, trends, or movements, can make for war, while at other times they make for peace. Post World War One Germany felt the need to redeem its sovereignty from their great loss in World War One, and to also assert their dominance to the rest of the world. It was already on thin ice, and if it were to be broken for any reason, it would cause humankind's ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The two opposing powers were the Allied forces; predominantly Great Britain (led by Neville Chamberlain initially, then Sir Winston Churchill), Russia (led by Josef Stalin), and the USA (initially by President Franklin Roosevelt then by President Harry Truman) and The Axis Powers; mainly Nazi Germany (led by Adlof Hitler), Fascist Italy (led by Benito Mussolini who was Prime Minister and Victor Emmanuel the Third who was King of Italy and the supreme head, with Mussolini, of the Royal Italian Army) , and Japan (led by Hirohito, the Emperor, and Hideki Tojo, the Prime Minister). The Axis powers were brought together through the contradiction towards the Allied Forces and the Soviet Union in order to become a master race and dominate Europe. Adolf Hitler was elected Chancellor/Führer/Leader of Germany in 1933, Adolf Hitler lead the Nazi party with an ideology of "racial superiority, nationalism, and destruction of all who opposed them". The ramifications of WW1, the Treaty of Versailles in particular, inhibited Germany's capabilities (on an ambassadorial level), and subsequently, during the 1930s, the Nazis, under Hitler's jurisdiction, failed to follow the laws that had been laid down in 1919 by the allied forces, and when the Nazis invaded Poland in September 1939, France and Britain officially declared war on Germany. What followed was six years of utter upheaval. One of Hitler's predominant aims as Fuhrer of Germany was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 134. The War Of World War I Although all countries should be blamed for World War I, Germany did the most to provoke the war to its extremes by attempting to send the Zimmerman Telegram to Mexico, which would result in conflict with the United States of America. In 1917, Germany attempted to send the Zimmerman Telegram to Mexico, which would try to persuade them in joining their side of the war by promising them they would help Mexico take back the territory and states they had lost in the Mexican American War that occurred from 1846 to 1848. Since Mexico had lost around a third of their territory from the Mexican Cession including Texas, New Mexico, and California, where gold was discovered shortly after it was appropriated, the offer from Germany would have been too good to ignore. Nevertheless, British cryptographers had intercepted the secret message before it was able to reach Mexico and showed it to America. The Zimmerman Telegram spurred outraged Americans to join the war against Germany on April 6, 1917 on the Allies' side because they were angry that Germany would pull such a deal behind their backs.The boost of America joining the Allies' side refreshed the Allies' morale to resume their ceaseless warfare and the war became more extreme with the addition of the powerful nation (Lecture, 12/3/14). America's steel industry dominated any other country in size, so they were able to provide tons of weapons and ammunition like machine guns and tanks for the Allies. With the addition of America ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 138. The War Of The World War I On June 28th, 2015 the peace treaty that finished World War I was agreed upon by Germany and the Allies at the Palace of Versailles in Paris. The main three Allies showed their interest: British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, French Premier George Clemenceau and US President Woodrow Wilson. The Great War had crushed Europe. Limitless territories of north–western Europe were diminished to almost nothing; French and Belgian towns and towns had vanished from the map without any trace of existence. The war destroyed Europeans male population. Both sides endured losses on a practically immeasurable scale. France had endured more than 1.4 million dead, and more than 4 million injured. Altogether, 8.5 million men had died. Numerous voices ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The most essential terms of the Treaty of Versailles were: "War Guilt Clause – Germany should accept the blame for starting World War One Reparations – Germany had to pay 6,600 million pounds for the damage caused by the war Disarmament – Germany was only allowed to have a small army and six naval ships. No tanks, no air force and no submarines were allowed. The Rhineland area was to be de–militarised.Territorial Clauses – Land was taken away from Germany and given to other countries. Anschluss (union with Austria) was forbidden" (World War Two– Causes). For the Allies, the settlement had made peace which demilitarized Germany, secured the French border against assault and made an association to guarantee future world peace, to be known as the League of Nations. Yet the reaction in Germany against the Versailles was huge. Regional misfortunes to the new Polish state on the Eastern Front enraged numerous Germans. The neutralization of the Rhineland and the joining of Germans into the new land of Czechoslovakia also angered Germans. The term that angered Germany the most was the fact that they had to take the blame for causing the world. "As Germany looked for revisions to the treaty, the US Senate dismisses the Versailles settlement and vetoed US enrollment of the League of Nations. This was to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 142. The War Of The World War II In 1914, a war began that would turn into one of the deadliest combats in all of human history. A war that was fought between two alliances named the Triple Entente, consisting of Russia, France and Great Britain, and the Triple Alliance, which consisted of Germany, Austria–Hungary, and Italy. One of the reasons the war was so deadly was because many of the commanders and generals did not develop the tactics at the rate at which the weapons had progressed. Artillery and Machine Guns would decimate anyone who came over the edge of a trench, leading to millions of deaths. The old style of face–to–face trading fire combat had become obsolete due to the invention of the automatic and semi–automatic weapon. A single gun could now kill or injure ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It would cause burning of the throat and lungs, and would blind the soldiers. As many of the French troops fell back due to the gas, the Canadian troops had a genius idea. They urinated into cloths and handkerchiefs in order to neutralize the Chlorine Gas. Although the attack created an 8–kilometer long gap in the defensive line, the Germans did not advance through it, since it was partially defended by the Canadian troops. The Canadians gave the British reinforcements time to help fill in the gap, although it was thinly defended. The Canadian troops managed to hold their ground and keep the enemy troops from advancing. In the third Battle of Ypres, also known as Passchendaele, a new and even deadlier gas was introduced. The gas that is commonly called Mustard Gas was used for the first time by German forces on the Allied forces. Mustard gas was very potent and would cause effects that could last for days. Throughout the war, poison gas was used very effectively, with many tens of thousands of troops dying from its effect. Santos 3 During the war, many of the soldiers that were forced to go above the edge of the trenches were injured or killed. The strategy of charging the enemy was extremely ineffective because of 2 weapons, the Machine Gun and Artillery. Many of the Generals never thought to change up the tactics, and with Machine Guns ready to fire on troops coming over the edge, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 146. The World Of World War II World War II has been considered one of the worst things to ever occur in history. Violence, death and aggression took place in the 1930s and 1940s in certain European nations. German leader, Hitler played an important, yet a very big role during this time. With the rise and domination of fascism in Germany and Italy, the goal was to maintain peace, established by the Treaty of Versailles ended up in major disaster. World War II began with the poor economic conditions in Europe after World War I and the confrontation of clashing forms of governments and in the end it brought about positive and negative changes of the world. World War II began on September 1st, 1939 when Germany invaded Poland; this invasion led to the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, The Great Depression, and the Holocaust. World War II began when Germany invaded Poland when Hitler tried convincing Britain and France that the invasion was a defensive act by bringing living space for the Germans but Britain and France was not convinced. "Hitler gave orders for the Poland invasion to begin on August 26, but on August 25 he delayed the attack when he learned that Britain had signed a new Long 2 treaty with Poland, promising military support should it be attacked." ("Germans Invade Poland.") World War II had gotten more than 50 countries to be a part of the Allies who were against the Axis. These countries were led by Great Britain, The Soviet Union, France, China and The United States. The Axis powers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 150. War On The Second World War War is one of the most dreadful matter in our world today. We have grown up watching news on wars on television channels and news. I am from a country called Bangladesh, where we fought for victory to save our country through a nine months bloody war. And, now we see all this war around different countries in news channels, and newspapers, killing of innocent people. War has nothing to do with killing innocent citizens of a country. The main purpose of war is to fight against one another to protect themselves, but instead of protecting they put the life of innocent people of their country in danger. In our history, we have already had two immense wars. These wars were the World Wars, simply because they involved most of the vast countries of the world, which made history. The Second World War was perhaps the most significant period of the 20th century. It is a very huge topic to discuss about. Many writers wrote books on the Second World War. Some writers emphasized on the cause, some emphasized on the effects. "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" is a book on the Second World War written by William L Shirer. Shirer is an American Journalist and a war columnist. This book is written based on Shirer's own experience while he was living in Germany during the early years of the Third Reich. William Lawrence Shirer was born in Chicago in February 23, 1904. His father was a lawyer and served as an assistant United States District Attorney. After the death of his father in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 154. The War Of The World War II In the 20th century there are so many different events that happened during this time. One of the most major events that effected the world is World War II. It is an event that will never be forgotten because of how many different countries were involved and how it affected the Jews as well. During the war, the United States started to put up posters to get people to join the army and there were other countries that convinced the people to invest money into the war. Without the propaganda and the use of artwork on posters and flyers that they used to influence people in the U.S. they may have never won the war. One of the main countries that helped support the Allies the most out of every country is the United States. They provided the most troops and have spent the most money on the war to help other countries and to help the Jews. The war could not have been won without the support of the American people fighting and investing into the war. However, people would not have supported the war without propaganda taking into effect with posters, flyers, even cartoon shows have given the people the influence to fight the war. With the support of the American people there was a chance to win the war and put an end to it with the U.S. winning it. During the war, America needed people to join the war so they put posters and flyers for people to come and join. They got people to come and join the war by using these methods so that they can be able to fight and assist other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...