Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' Animal Farm ' Essay

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As depicted in one of Orwell’s masterpieces “ Animal Farm” the Russian Revolution was a massive overhaul of the country, and a prime example that exemplified the phrase “ Out with the old, and In with the new.” World War One was a global war with many different countries which involved the Central Powers against the Allied Powers. It all started with the final spark of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. Due to this, and Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, and Nationalism, all of the world was soon pit against each other in the bloody, and hopeless battlefields of Central Europe. The war took place from July 28, 1914 to November 1, 1918 on the Eastern, and Western Front.. It resulted in countless of millions of lives without much if any justification, and it became known as one of the deadliest wars in history with about 8,500,000 deaths, and about 37,500,000 casualties in total, but numbers on a page don’t nearly do justice for the indescribable hell that the whole world went through, slaughtering each other for more than 4 years over something that most people probably didn’t give a damn about at the time. During this conflict, The Russian Revolution had a significant impact on the course of the war. One reason the Russian Revolution was important in World War One was because it brought Russia, one of the most powerful, and biggest member of the Allies to surrender to Germany in the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.. A second reason the Russian Revolution was…

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