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  • World War I

    World War I

    World War 1 On Sunday, June 28, 1914, in Sarajevo, Bosnia, an 18-year-old Serbian named Gavrilo Princip, shot and killed Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife Duchess Sophie while they were driving in an open car. Princip belonged to a sercet terror society, called the Black Hand, that wanted to rid Bosnia of Austrian rule and unite it with Serbia. The assassination led to the first World War. This terrible conflict latsed over 4 years,

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    Submitted: March 30, 2011 Autor: simba
  • World War I - What Is It Good For?

    World War I - What Is It Good For?

    World War I is responsible for killing millions of men and destroying the rich European culture. For the first time soldiers discovered that war was not the "honor and glory" that was promised by the nation's political leaders. The book All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque is widely referred to as the "greatest war novel ever written". World War I is arguably one of the most brutal battles to date. Soldiers

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    Submitted: April 4, 2011 Autor: andrey
  • World War 1

    World War 1

    1. Writing Tips a. Clear and concise b. Vague c. Not pompous 2. Case Analysis a. Active reading b. Persuasive writing i. Logically link ideas ii. Evidence c. What is a case? i. Business situation d. Inferences e. Relevant/Irrelevant Information 3. CHI Case 1. Writing Tips a. Clear and concise b. Vague c. Not pompous 2. Case Analysis a. Active reading b. Persuasive writing i. Logically link ideas ii. Evidence c. What is a case?

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    Submitted: April 11, 2011 Autor: andrey
  • World War II - Britain's Involvement

    World War II - Britain's Involvement

    World War II-Britain's Involvement In World War II, the Battle of Britain was a pivotal period in the war. The battle was a heartbeat away from failure; a breathtaking moment in history, loosing could plunge mankind into a new dark age. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill the Prime Mister of the United Kingdom stated at the height of the war, "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so

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    Submitted: April 12, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Mini Easy on Causes of World War 2

    Mini Easy on Causes of World War 2

    Within the course of history there have been many events that have impacted the world. No matter what event is examined by historians most if not all have a cause or multiple causes. Even though historians have determined a cause or multiple causes for most historical events, it is the responsibility of the individual to determine which cause, if multiple causes have been determined, is the most important. The event that I have choose to

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    Submitted: November 3, 2011 Autor: andrey
  • What Were the Underlying Causes of World War 1

    What Were the Underlying Causes of World War 1

    U.S. History What were the Underlying causes of World War 1 In 1914 a large part of Europe was at war. This war was known as World War 1. World War 1 began in 1914 and lasted 4 years till 1918. It was fought across Europe and involved countries like; Germany, Austria/ Hungary, Italy, Great Brittan, France, Russia, and America. Three of the greatest causes for this war in my opinion were; militarism, alliance systems,

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    Submitted: February 14, 2012 Autor: peter
  • Influences on Americas Decision to Enter World War I

    Influences on Americas Decision to Enter World War I

    Influences on Americas Decision to Enter World War I The American decision to declare war on Germany was influenced by a few different things. The German naval policy at the time was one major influence. Then there was Allied propaganda that made it hard for people to ignore war. Also, there was Woodrow Wilson's idealism. Together, these influences, as well as others, made it hard for America to stay out of the war. During the

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    Submitted: February 15, 2012 Autor: antoni
  • The Art of War

    The Art of War

    Sun Tzu and The Art of War exemplify the true meaning of the words entrepreneurship, innovation and strategy. Although The Art of War was written thousands of years ago, the strategy and concepts that are presented are still extremely relevant today. Military leaders, sports coaches and business managers alike have referenced this work repeatedly to gain a competitive edge, defeat their opponents strategically and create their desired outcome. This paper will illustrate Sun Tzu’s teachings,

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    Submitted: March 13, 2012 Autor: katrina97865
  • World War I

    World War I

    In history World War I made a huge impact on the world and there was a nation that was to blame for the start of it and that is Germany. Before the war came about there was already some tension between some of the countries. Otto van Bismarck knew that the French did not want Germany on their borders because they took territory from them during the previous wars. Bismarck knew that eventually they were

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    Submitted: April 26, 2012 Autor: HaleyJoye
  • World War I to Vietnam in America

    World War I to Vietnam in America

    After World War I, the “War to End All Wars”, the United States attempted to return to normalcy. Citizens wanted to live the American dream and not be barred by war or poverty. The 1920s was a prosperous decade, and the country felt good about itself. The standard of living was great, there was peace, and America was the most powerful nation in the world. With the Stock Market Crash in 1929 came The Great

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    Submitted: September 17, 2012 Autor: fogartyt
  • World War II Through the 1970s

    World War II Through the 1970s

    Assignment 3: World War II through the 1970s In 1939 World War II began, and through the 1970s many major historical turning points occurred. The United Nations was established on October 24, 1945. It was the second multipurpose international organization created in the 20th century (Encyclopedia Britannica). The United States, United Kingdom and the Soviet Union took direction in designing, structure and decision making of the new organization. With a worldwide membership and scope, the

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    Submitted: December 15, 2012 Autor: papo
  • Croatia Before and After the Holocaust and World War II

    Croatia Before and After the Holocaust and World War II

    Many people do not recall a country other than Germany being involved in the Holocaust and World War II. However, many countries were affected by those horrific acts of violence, genocide, and war. Most clearly, a country that has been forgotten is present day Croatia. ‘‘[T]his area witnessed some of the most extreme violence'' (Jansen 79). Croatia suffered though many changes due to the Holocaust and World War II, geographically, politically, socially, and economically. The

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    Submitted: July 19, 2013 Autor: david78
  • World War II Case

    World War II Case

    World War II was a time of great social turmoil in the United States, not only because of its active role in the war, but also because of the radical changes taking place in society. As an effect of the Jim Crow laws, people were beginning to speak up against segregation and demand equal rights. During this time, many activists and political reformists used different forms of social media in order to present their ideas

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    Submitted: September 8, 2013 Autor: shirshabasu1
  • All Aspiring Leaders Should Read and Apply Sun Tzu's Principles Found in the "art of War"

    All Aspiring Leaders Should Read and Apply Sun Tzu's Principles Found in the "art of War"

    Sun Tzu was not only a warrior and warlord, but was also a philosopher who wrote his ideas down in a text we know call “The Art of War”. His philosophy on Leadership, Strategy, and communication were written over 2000 years ago, but can be successfully applied to today’s challenging business environment. Sun Tzu’s philosophy is so unique and successful, it is mandatory reading for all managers at the software giant Oracle Systems. Larry Ellison

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    Submitted: November 15, 2013 Autor: regaltime28
  • Drama in World War I

    Drama in World War I

    World War I Drama in Lines of grey, muttering faces, masked with fear, They leave their trenches, going over the top, While time ticks blank and busy on their wrists, And hope, with furtive eyes and grappling fists, Flounders in mud. O Jesus, make it stop! - Siegfried Sassoon (1947, p.71) World War I was the first war in human history to demonstrate Humankind's immense capability of destruction. It cost, beside the psychical, social and

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    Submitted: November 27, 2013 Autor: ezzoubeir
  • World War II Case

    World War II Case

    Mila 18 World War II fumed from 1939 to 1945 with fascist leaders that came to complete power in Europe using brutal force and unstoppable power. The leader and dictator of the fascist Nazi party, Adolf Hitler, hunted utter control of the land and demolition of the world's problems; the Jews. The Jews were practically starved, given little food, and lived in towns called ghettos, set up by Hitler, prominently for Jews. The amount of

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    Submitted: January 26, 2014 Autor: simba
  • One Underlying Cause of World War 1

    One Underlying Cause of World War 1

    On July 24, 1914, World War I began causing a huge uproar in countries around the world, mostly Europe. With the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the “heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne,” (pink document) this caused the spark for the war. Once Russia declared war on Austria-Hungary, Germany declared war on Russia, this lead to a massive chain reaction in the countries of Europe. This was not the underlying cause of World War I

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    Submitted: February 10, 2014 Autor: lovincookiez
  • World War I

    World War I

    There were a couple of major reasons for the cause of World War I. One was when Germany started using unrestricted submarine warfare and sunk a number of ships carrying American passengers. One of the first challenges to the U.S. neutrality law was when the Germans torpedoed the British ship, Lusitania, and killed 128 Americans. Wilson sent a note stressing the Germans would be held “strictly accountable.” There would be other sinkings to follow with

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    Submitted: February 19, 2014 Autor: katcal11
  • What Caused World War 1?

    What Caused World War 1?

    What caused World War 1? World War 1 was ranked the most deadly conflict in human history. The total number of military and civilian casualties in World War I was over 37 million. The tension in Europe was very very high, a little spark could explode the whole thing into a bigger thing, and that spark was the death of the arch-duke of Austria-Hungary by a Serbian assassin. The assassin wanted Serbia to have freedom,

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    Submitted: March 12, 2014 Autor: Antonio
  • Robert Leckie, Book Review of Okinawa: The Last Battle of World War II

    Robert Leckie, Book Review of Okinawa: The Last Battle of World War II

    Robert Leckie’s book, Okinawa: The Last Battle of World War II, is entirely about one of World War II’s most brutally fought battles. On April 1, 1945, the U.S. invaded Japan, attacking the island of Okinawa with 540,000 U.S. Army and Marines, and 1,600 ships. “ L Day” was the official name for this day. The L stood for “Landing,” but the Americans who invaded the Hagushi Beaches that day without any trouble from the

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    Submitted: April 2, 2014 Autor: allyjbaybay
  • Underlying Causes of World War I

    Underlying Causes of World War I

    World War I was one of the bloodiest wars that the world had ever seen. WWI was a war fought in Europe between Germany, Russia, France, Great Britain, The United States and many others. However, what is unknown is the numerous causes of this Great War. So the question remains, what were the reasons for WWI. A few of the causes that set off one of the greatest war the world has ever seem are

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    Submitted: September 4, 2014 Autor: bandgeek420
  • The Effect of World War 2 on the United States Economy and the Home Front

    The Effect of World War 2 on the United States Economy and the Home Front

    The Effect of World War II on the United States Economy and the Home Front April 29, 2013 Times were tough in the 1930’s. Families had to make sacrifices to feed their kids and sometimes parents would not be able to eat due to the fact they only had enough food for the children. The Great Depression was a horrible time for the United States. Once President Roosevelt took office in 1933 America was a

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    Submitted: October 6, 2014 Autor: cgm60
  • Case Study: Women in the Second World War

    Case Study: Women in the Second World War

    Case Study: Women in the Second World War MaTheresa Picart Devry University Case Study: Women in the Second World War ‘#MakeitHappen’ recently trended worldwide on various social media platforms. It is the theme for International Women's Day 2015 which was celebrated last March 8. Coincidentally, this week’s assignment requires that I compare and contrast the wartime experiences of three of the eight women “who came to the front” in World War II. I personally

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    Submitted: April 10, 2015 Autor: fredeyine120800
  • America, World War I, and Patriotism

    America, World War I, and Patriotism

    When the United States joined the Allied fight with Europe against Germany during World War I in April 1917, American troops were inadequately prepared for battle. Morale was low because the various troops did not see a reason to fight on the ground in Europe for France and Britain’s battles against Germany. The soldiers faced personal issues such as racism and religious persecution, which lowered their morale even more. The majority of American troops drafted

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    Submitted: April 30, 2015 Autor: bkd313
  • The Battle of Tannenberg (the Beginning of World War I)

    The Battle of Tannenberg (the Beginning of World War I)

    THE BATTLE OF TANNENBERG: THE BEGINNING OF WWI The Battle of Tannenberg (The Beginning of World War I) CW2 Jaime Mannings WOAC 02-11 Instructor – CW4 Jim Lucas 25 April 2011 Scholars agree that in the 20th century, the greatest and most powerful militaries were Russia and Germany. Many argue that this was the very battle that caused the outbreak of World War I (WWI), but others have a different say. Both armies would have

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    Submitted: October 31, 2015 Autor: Jimmy Mannings

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