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    “More Than a Battle” Canada entered the Second World War on September 10th, 1939. During the war Canada fought in many naval and land battles. By May 10th, 1940, the Germans had occupied the Netherlands, and in 1944, the Canadian Army’s task was to liberate the Netherlands. Their plan was a success, in fact, the Canadians were credited for liberating the Netherlands. Every year since WWII, the Netherlands has sent Canada Tulips to show their gratitude. The two countries have become close…

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    Cold War Misunderstandings

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    The Cold War began from mistrust, misunderstandings, and misconceptions between both the United States and the Soviet Union. While World War II was happening the Soviet Union, the United States, and Britan formed allies to take down the Nazis. After the war, the Soviet Union had different goals for the future of Europe than the rest of the Western Allies creating tension. The death of President Roosevelt, who was a supporter of Stalin and replaced with Truman, who agreed heavily with Britain,…

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    The Holocaust was one of the lowest points in history. Almost six million lives could have been saved if America and the Allies took proper action in rescuing the Jews. Although news of the Holocaust was not publicized well as the government concentrated its efforts on trying to win World War II, evidence suggests that Anti-Semitic attitudes in the United States were the most dominant factors in deciding what steps America would take in response to the news of the Holocaust. There are many…

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    The New Deal Dbq Analysis

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    during the late 1920s was World War II, which followed the Great Depression that ended in 1939. Although President FDR’s idea of the New Deal Programs helped Americans to recover from the Depression somewhat, World War II ended it completely by terminating unemployment. In addition, as the economic crisis cleared up, Americans began to concern more about the oncoming war. Conflicts arose between isolationists and people who supported intervention in the global conflict as war progressed.…

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    Power Transition Theory in Relation to World War II In the early twentieth century, Germany paved the road that would soon be one of the main causes of World War II. Due to the instability in Europe the First World War created, it allowed for a leader, by the name of Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist German Workers’ Party or Nazi Party, to come into power. His party represented a combination of extreme hatred for those politicians who they viewed had dishonored Germany by signing the…

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    World War II lasted six years and a day, starting on September 1st, 1939 and ending on September 2nd, 1945. Towards the end of the war, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on two cities in Japan. The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were necessary in winning World War II. These bombing prevented further bloodshed since the Japanese would not have surrendered otherwise. Another reason these bombings were necessary was because it quickly ended World War II. Because of these situations,…

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    happened during the final stages of World War II, “The most recent war to end all wars.” It included the vast majority of nations, including the great powers, forming two great alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most immense war in history. In war effort, many countries threw their economy and people into this war. Everyone had their part in this war. Since so many people, civilians and military, were involved, many people died. Thus, making World War II the deadliest conflict in…

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    World War II has been considered one of the most horrendous tragedies to ever occur in history. Violence,hostility,death and aggression dominated the 1930’s in certain European nations.In this essay I will explain the major battles of World War II. One of the major battles in World War II is Pearl Harbor. On December 7, 1941 the japanese launched a surprise attack on the U.S Naval Base Pearl Harbor in Hawaii using bombers, torpedo bombers, and midget submarines. Nobody knew that several flights…

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    quote that Winston Churchill once said, “In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies.” It was this quote by Winston Churchill that named one of the most effective and difficult Allied operative of World War II, Operation Bodyguard. Operation Bodyguard was a military deception pulled off by the Allied Nations, also known as the United Nations to fool the Nazis and Germany. The Nazis and Germany were very powerful during this time, and Operation…

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    diplomacy is never considered by everyone involved in the diplomatic affair. As for military intervention, it does not always involve a much stronger country and a small country that cannot fend for itself. Opposition to war is not too uncommon. Many believe that staying out of wars is a necessity because focusing what is going on within our own country should be a top priority until most, if not all, of the problems are solved. It is unethical to worry about the way other…

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