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  • Real Madrid Research Paper

    of European football, Stadio San Siro begin to settle and the blood, sweat and tears of both Atleti and Real Madrid players begin to encrust in history, from a neutral perspective, one cannot help but feel sorry for the Atleti players who once again have been stripped off of the title of grand conquerors of Europe by their fiercest city rivals, Real Madrid. The narrative itself would have been a Marxist dream. A team with substantially lower budget than their bitter European rivals, conquering Europe with their sheer hard work, determination and unity. The road to Milan was far from easy for the cholo boys. Defeating the mighty Barcelona in quarter finals from a point of disadvantage, the same team who won the treble last year and then proceeding to overcoming Bayern Munich, a team who won the treble 2 years before Barcelona, with one of the best squads in the world under the helm of Pep Guardiola, lauded as one of the best coaches in history of the modern game. Real Madrid however, despite their poor form in mid-season, is fair to say drew much easier opponents in Wolfsburg and Manchester City on the road to final.…

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  • Spanish Civil War Causes

    In defense, the Republicans worked to guard Madrid from Nationalist hands and stabilize fronts. Madrid was kept in Republican possession for three years; most industrial areas were under Republican control during this time, as Nationalists held most areas of food production (Solsten). The Republic did not possess a well trained army, and therefore received aid from Russia and the United States in the form of “advisors…and field grade officers”, and the International Brigade. The Nationalists…

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  • Pablo Picasso Guernica Analysis

    the city. The bombing in the painting is seen as death, chaos, and pain. This panting Guernica was based on the death of the county on this bad day in history. But there was always hope in the painting. "I paint this way because it’s a result of my thought. I have worked for years to obtain this result. I cant use an ordinary manner just to have the satisfaction of being understood." Pablo Picasso. Thus Guernica was a very moving peace to get to understand. The detail work is somewhat…

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  • How Did Spain Influence Mussolini And Franco

    ambassadors from Madrid, so Spain introduced international isolation that continued into the 1950s. Franco called himself the "Chorillo" leader. Although Spain officially followed the policy of neutrality in World War II, Franco supported Nazi Germany. During his authoritarian rule, he appointed all members of the Spanish parliament, the "Cartes" A democratic front, prisons were overcrowded, and martial law prevailed, and the phenomenon of military courts flourished. In order to face the…

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  • Governor Velasquez Analysis

    Upon arriving in Hispaniola he preceded to colonize the island immediately. Therefore, Cortés equally sought the value of Velasquez spirit and mimicked the desire of leadership. The fallout of Cortés and Velasquez can be told with many versions. Cortés’s refusal of marriage to a sister of the wife of Diego Velasquez landed him exiled from the land he had helped establish. Hernando was incarcerated and placed on a ship back to Spain under the order of Governor Velasquez. Following multiple…

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  • Evangelism In Spain

    Madrid Spain is the capitol city of Spain. The country of Spain has an interesting past, but a great economic future. In that Madrid sat in the middle of all the excitement, with all of its history. It had a rip for several hundreds of years that damage Spain’s culture, but also made the history unique. It has a wide variety of religion. With all the beautiful churches or cathedrals, evangelism is something new to Madrid Spain. The history of Madrid Spain is rich in diversity. According to…

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  • Spanish Civil War Franco Analysis

    The years leading up to the Spanish Civil War were marked by social and economic instability. The War lasted from 1936 to 1939 and resulted in a new leader and a new government. Conditions in Spain continued to decline creating a poor social, political, and economic state after the establishment of autarky. The new regime and barriers like censorship made it difficult for filmmakers to produce new movies, especially with the emergence of CIFESA. Raza and Locura de amor were two films in…

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  • Atlas Shrugged Character Analysis

    Throughout the lives followed in Atlas Shrugged, each character is portrayed with their own belief system. There is James Taggart who denies reality at all costs by refusing to accept responsibility for anything. There are the “Washington men" ()who poke and prod in political games to obtain outcomes they find favorable. There is Eddie Willers, who does the best he can to make a positive impact. There is Dagny Taggart who invests her soul into the success of her businesses without any…

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  • Objectivism And Altruism Analysis

    code they have can not produce themselves. It is he, as well as all the other producers in Atlas Shrugged, that allow the looter’s to spread their Morality of Death. (mooching) Guilt is sometimes used by the collectivists in order for the producers to give out of pity. If the producers do not give to them, they are damned fiercely; being labeled as greedy, selfish, egotistical, and heartless. Rearden is confronted by this constantly as his family demands he give them more affection. his…

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  • Objectivism In Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged

    There has been many philosophies and ideas of how men can coexist harmoniously with equal resources, economic means, and political status, as in our fantasized world of Utopia. However, when those “ideas” are endeavored, why does the guinea pig dissolve into chaos that results into nothingness? In the novel, Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand takes the readers into a dystopian United States and explores the central stations of Objectivism into its third-dimension. Well, what is objectivism? Objectivism is…

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