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    German scientists (who preferred being captured by the Americans) and using it against the Americans, and because none of the Germans captured were explicitly complicit in the Final Solution and none were guilty of war crimes to the extent that they would be tried alongside the major war criminals at Nuremberg. Historical Context: In the aftermath…

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    The Korean War and The Afghanistan War were two major events in the cold war, but both shared some differences and similarities. Each war was placed in a totally different theater around the globe. They both started in different ways, for different causes, in different settings, and with different ending, but still managed to have some similarities in them. We’ll be talking about all the difference and similarities. We will talk about each war in detail and how each started and ended and…

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    World War Two was a devastating conflict that encompassed the world and caused the death of over 50 million people including those who died from atomic weapons. The atomic bombs were major weapons in the second conflict that engulfed the world. Even though the bombs led to the death of thousands, it helped save thousands more. The use of the atomic weapons was required to end World War Two. The Second World War was a major conflict that enveloped the world. About thirty-five to sixty million…

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    many topics that can be found and elaborated on within this dystopian novel. There is one common topic that is brought up throughout the novel that is extremely prevalent. The topic is patriotism, which is supporting your government during times of war, no matter what. However, in the Lord of the Flies by William Golding case it is the opposite of patriotism. Jack character shows non-patriotism because he goes against Ralph’s leadership style and even makes an attempt to rally up the boys to…

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    insecure, they search for a reason, and finding no easy answer, they look to a scapegoat. Such was the case for the Germans following World War I. In “Defining Enemies, Making Victims,” Omer Bartov argues that in Nazi Germany and the subsequent Holocaust, the world has found the ultimate enemy in Nazis and the ultimate victim in Jews. Germany was broken after World War I on almost every level—financially, physically and psychologically. And, while German Jews had built a strong sense of…

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    The immigration of polish citizens to the United States has occurred because of varying reasons. Many Poles came to America because of economic reasons and as a way to seek refuge from the effects of World War II. Polish Jews came to the United States as a result of growing anti-Semitism and discrimination. For this reason, it is important to highlight some of the major differences between the immigration of poles and Jewish poles to the United States. Several factors influenced polish…

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    the First World War would not be able to comprehend the technology used from the end of the Second World War. Technological advancements due to war positively influenced today’s society. With the aid of literary pieces; constructive changes due to wars in fields such as electronics, aviation, medical research, communication and international relations can be examined. The advancements increased the convenience of having something by the touch of a fingertip. During the Second World War, the…

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    Dropping the Atomic Bombs Although there had been years of planning the use of nuclear weapons in World War II, the final decision to drop the first atomic bomb was not made until the summer of 1945. This was after the Allies captured Okinawa, executed the firebomb campaign against Japan, and the Japanese ignoring the Potsdam Declaration. According to memorandum from General L.R. Groves to the Chief of Staff on August 6, 1945, “the gun type bomb was ready at Tinian on 31 July awaiting for first…

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    a resonating voice in the film genre. By utilizing comedy, one of the most powerful tools in fiction, he created an exceptionally savage film. Kubrick’s political satire is a landmark film and one of the most significant pieces concerning the cold war. The film’s satirical spirit is every bit as caustic now as it was over fifty years ago. To convey the film as a black comedy, Kubrick utilizes both sexual allegories and paradoxes, thus also adding its cinematic value. Even the characters’ names…

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    resurrection and hope that Adolf Hitler brought with him. In a mere six years, the German dictatorial regime led to World War II. Such events like the unfair treaty of Versailles, the seductive Nazi propaganda, the sheer speed of the events as well as Britain and France’s ignorance made such a disdained event possible. Some scholars argue that World War II was a continuation of the first world war and that it had been inevitable whilst others argue that it could have been evitable if the League…

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