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    LGBTQ Ally March

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    Community Event Details of the LGBTQ Ally March On April 13th, 2017, the 8th annual LBGT Ally March took place in the Reeve Ballroom at UW Oshkosh. The doors opened at 5:00 PM for attendees to enter. The beginning of the event was for participants to check out the resources that were displayed for the public. These resources included Career Services, University Police, LGBTQ Resource Center, Women’s Center, Counseling Center, and many more. The event involved three phenomenal speakers who spoke about the LGBTQ community, and then an ally march took place afterward. The speaker’s names are Dr. Amney Harper (professor in the professional counseling program), Ashley Lamers (student in the program), and Kathy Flores who works in the fox cities…

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    The Allies established in the city their own police and courts. Except of the Bureau of International Police, which was located on the Golden Horn seafront, each European Power had its own police department (British crocker, French and Italian section) in their zone of control. Americans, having neither a district to control, nor its own army in the city, dispatched their police patrols by evenings to gather from the streets drunken American sailors. Ottoman Police had permanent stations…

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    Overy, R. J. Why the Allies Won. New York: W.W. Norton, 1995. In Why the Allies Won, Richard Overy gives the reader a chance to challenge the “inevitable” outcome of World War II. Allied victory may be viewed as certainty now, but during the war, it was not. Overy explains, even as people have been taught since World War II was over that the Allies were going to win anyway, the Allies were not always the frontrunner in the war. Up until 1942, the Allies were forced to plan for alternate…

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    1944. And D-day was also called the overlord mission. D-day was a very tragic battle that helped the allied forces in world war 2. One of the causes were the allies made the nazis think that they weren’t going to attack normandy but they were going to attack pas-de-calais. Two effects are: the allies were able to liberate france. There were allot of people who helped win the battle at normandy. D-day was one of the worst battles ever fought in history but it helped us win world war 2. One of…

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    of 1944. June 6th, 1944 is arguably the greatest turning point in World War II. Planning large-scale attacks on five heavily guarded beaches was a prevalent concern of the Allies. Landing on each of those five beaches was an even greater challenge. However one must learn to walk before we can run, preparation was a major key to the success of these attacks. While D-Day was never officially planned months ahead for this specific date, the Allies were making moves that would eventually give them…

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    Battle Camp Narrative

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    My legs are dying from exhaustion and from all the beatings I have endured. From what I can see though, I seem to be a target of the guards. They try to tear me down so everyone else will become pained when one of their own is suffering so much. Since I have so much time to think while we march I begin to think of all possibilities of our fate. The two leading ones were that they either marched us to death or we are met by Ally troops and freed. I see that the Germans were obviously trying to…

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    On June 6, 1944, more than 160,000 Allied troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of heavily fortified French coastline, to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy, France. After the invasion, Allied Commanders had to confront a problem, “How are the Allies going to sustain one of the largest fighting force ever assembled, moving faster than any Army before it?” The Red Ball Express provides the solution for Allied Commanders. While the success came with a hefty price tag, the desperate…

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    for our allies. Here in the U.S., every man between 21 and 65 had to sign up for the draft. The draft was a way to get men into our military fast, since the troops were so unprepared. Many wives and children found themselves suddenly alone, lacking a husband or father. Women had to take jobs that the men normally did. Women would work in organizations for the military. Women would also work in factories usually maned by men, and the women felt uncomfortable working there. Many women were…

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    Battle Of Myitkyina Essay

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    following analysis will examine and illustrate the drive and tenacity of Merrill’s Marauders assisted by Chinese allied forces as they were able to conquer the enemy and seize the objective. Setting the Stage During World War II, the Japanese Empire led a brutal campaign as they conquered the majority of Southeast Asia. Japanese forces had successfully cut off crucial military supply routes being used by the Allied Forces. In 1942, the last remaining overland supply route to China was cut by…

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    At the end of the war and a successful Normandy landing, allied forces thought the war was close to over but they were soon to find out Hitler had other plans. On 16 December 1944 Hitler pushed for a massive attack which came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge located in the Ardennes forest near the city of Bastogne. This was Germany’s last real attempt to stop and hold the allied forces. Hitler pushed more than 400,000 German Soldiers and over 1000 tanks through to the Ardennes forest in…

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