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    campaign of the Second World War took place in Northern Africa from 10 June 1940 to 13 May 1943. It included campaigns fought in the Libyan and Egyptian deserts, also known as desert warfare. One of the lesser known battles of World War II was fought by a small yet valiant force of Australians in the North African port city of Tobruk. The Siege of Tobruk was a significant, important and decisive stronghold which proved to be pivotal in the outcome of World War II and Australia’s war history. Not…

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    proud nation. Their successful war efforts are often broadcast and paraded and many of their victories have been exaggerated over time. However one fight that America can take credit for without amplification is the Second World War. The United States joined the Allied force officially in December of 1941 and after four years of fighting the Allies won. The United States led the Allied Forces to victory during the Second World War by their participation in the war with Japan, economic support,…

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    Modern Era and World War II Introduction In the mid-twentieth century war broke out once more, for it lead to misfortunes and bloodshed, until a certain man stepped into the battle to alter the outcome of war. The man’s name was Alan Turing, and his intellectual mind of computer technology gave a gift for the Allied Powers to counterattack Nazi Germany. With the help of the codebreaking machine Bombe it has done a big help on hacking into German communications of World War II. Alan Turing…

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    The United States and the Soviet Union proved to be allies, during World War II. However, as time went on the two countries became increasingly suspicious of one another. Tension between the two countries was so horrible it almost resulted in a nuclear war, especially due to the Yalta Conference, where vague agreements were stated but no real resolve was established. Another important factor that played into the hatred of these two countries was McCarthyism, the passionate hatred of communist.…

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    extraordinary Nobel Prize winner, ally for the United States of America. Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the years 1940 through 1945 and 1951 through 1955, during which time he established a strong relationship with the United States. He made a profound impact on the U.S. by getting America into World War II, creating and mediating an alliance between the U.S., Great Britain and the Soviet Union, and instrumenting the peace treaties that ended the war. Winston…

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    World War I left massive destruction and death in Europe. The world’s economy collapsed and it affected many countries very badly. Some countries were unable to recover from the damaged economy. World War II, one of the bloodiest and deadliest war, began in September 1939. World War II began 20 years after the World War I. The political instability and economic collapse caused by World War I led rise of fascism and Hitler in Europe which led to the Second World War. The Treaty of Versailles was…

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    The Cold War Essay

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    The cold war was a war between America and its allies and the USSR also known as the Soviet Union. The war never got the point of any battlefield engagements. It lasted from 1947 to 1991 when the Soviet Union broke apart and many nations were formed from the broken alliance. The US and the soviets were neutral to each other until after World War II when both superpowers rose from the ashes of the war an got paranoid of their allies. In 1939 the Soviet Union engages in total war with the Axis.…

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    upon the city below. World War II was one of the most destructive and costliest wars in history. The war lasted six years, and over sixty million people, both military and civilians, lost their lives. As the war raged on, the Allies and the Axis Powers sought to develop better technologies to gain the advantage. Both sides understood that “great victory required great risk” (Rick Riordan). The technological advancements that played the most important roles during World War II were radar, sonar,…

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    World War II was heated by multiple factors. Some of these factors included the Treaty of Versailles, Japanese Expansion, Fascism, and Hitler. World War II officially began on September 1, 1939 and continued until September 2, 1945 (“Key”). In the beginning of the war, small arms, submachine guns, and rifles were used. In addition to guns, the hand grenade, flame thrower, and tanks were also included in the action. As the war continued, it was observed that these particular weapons needed…

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    Franklin D. Roosevelt was the only president in United States history to serve four terms in office. Franklin was president for twelve years. He brought the United States out of the depression, and helped the allies win World War II. All doing this while contracted with poliomyelitis. Grit is the ability to overcome a difficult obstacle and conquer it. Franklin D. Roosevelt used perseverance, passion, and skill to show grit. To begin with, Franklin D. Roosevelt used perseverance. Firstly, in…

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