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  • Reflection Of A Journey To A Trip To Germany

    or please, because it showed that at least we were making an effort. One great thing about being able to easily communicate with the people in these countries was that it made it easy for us to meet and get to know the natives of the country. Though we never spent more than a few days in a city, we managed to make a lot of friends, especially in Detmold, Hille, and Stockholm, where we collaborated with other choirs. One of the greatest things about making these friends was that they could help us to enjoy the country a lot more than any google search could. We often asked them for the best places to visit/best things to do while we were in their town. For example, one of the friends we made suggested that we take a train to go see the baltic sea, and that turned out to be one of my favorite memories form the trip. Even though a lot of people spoke English, there where sometimes where not knowing the language could make things a little tricky, such as when trying to order from a menu or trying to communicate with someone who happened to not know English, but even these times we seemed to make it work. For example, when people couldn’t read the menu, they sometimes just picked a random item off the menu instead of trying to figure it out. This allowed people to experience the food of the country in a way that they might not have if they understood the language. When in knew places, people tend to stick to food they know they like instead of trying to experience knew food, but…

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  • Peter The Great Legacy

    However, his family did not want anything to do with westernization and did everything in their power to sway his interest, specifically my marriage, but when Peter’s brother Ivan died, Peter, made it his mission to further push Russia outside it’s comfort zone, for he was a Tsar, and the job of a Tsar, was to let his Empire prosper. His first steps of action were to “improve the army and found a navy fleet, using foreign expertise”, and he also wanted to “train Russians in new skills and…

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  • Peter The Great Complications Of Peter The Great

    successes was turning the Russian military into a formidable opponent of many western nations at the time. He accomplished this through the conscription of peasants that would work as professional soldiers with compensation. In addition to the pay, they would also receive proper training and the best equipment available at the time. By doing so, the army would become the largest in Europe with roughly three hundred thousand by the time he died. His efforts would pay off, as he would utilize the…

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  • Tallink Group Case Study

    consultant to focus on increasing customer satisfaction. The five Ms Machinery Fleet of 18 vessels Operating 5 hotels Two ro-ro cargo vessels One ro-pax ferry Management World-class Leaders work at Tallink Group Money Tallink Group has good cash flow to provide the best to it’s customers EUR 1.7billions asset base EUR 942 million revenues Overcome Weaknesses 1. Reduce competition by being world class service provider and keeping customer happy 2. Reduce costs Manpower Nearly 7000 employees…

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  • The Viking Age

    The Viking Age was an era in European history during which the peoples of the Baltic and Scandinavia surged onto the world stage as pirates, raiders, traders, and fearless explorers. There are many controversies and theories as to why the Scandinavians chose, or were forced, to leave the far northern reaches of Europe. Various indications have suggested a possible population increase that correlates with available farming land, which in turn, connects to an increase of people looking to settle.…

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  • Peter The Great Research Paper

    He did this for multiple reasons. The first driving force was his constant desire for Westernization. At this time, Western Europe had just become the supreme worldwide naval power. Many European states also had massive militaries and military technology. This urged Peter the Great to build up his own military in order to meet the European standards. Another reason why Peter expanded the military also stemmed from Westernization. He wanted to expand Russia territorially, especially westward…

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  • Five Themes Of Geography Analysis

    understanding of areas effortless and we are able to perceive a general apprehension of an area. The five themes of geography are what provide us with an outline of the world around us. This is the focal point on why geographers use the themes. It helps geography teachers better teach their students with this information. Europe is the relative location that Germany is located in. Relative location describes how a certain area is in relation with the areas around it. A more precise relative…

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  • Atlantic City Economic Analysis

    Atlantic City, in modern times, is regarded by many to be a failing city. However, as its rather famous status suggests, the city was not always so bad. At one time, economic forces like tourism propelled the city to amazing heights. The city’s infrastructure, community, and industries all lead to a bustling economy. The condition of the city is not a random draw, of course; it has ups and downs that correlate with the success of its economy. Seemingly, the level of economic success that the…

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  • Battle Of Tsushima War

    extended into the Korean court, the Japanese felt they had no choice but to strike (Citino, 2012). On February 8, 1904, Japanese navy launched a surprise attack on the Russian fleet outside Port Arthur in Manchuria, and began landing troops at Chemulpo in Korea (Mason, 2014). This was the start of the war, which eventually led to the Battle of Tsushima. By early May of 1905, the Russian fleet had finally reached the China Sea. They chose to travel through the Tsushima Strait, where…

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  • An Analysis OfThe Ocean, By Nathaniel Hawthorne

    speaker also compares the worries of land to the peacefulness of the sea.This poem is about the death and afterlife that takes place under the sea and the peace that comes with it. The theme is about how above the ocean the waves are crazy and chaotic, but under the ocean it’s peaceful and calm, and the seamen who have died at sea are at the bottom peacefully at rest. The ocean is a frightful place, unfathomable, where many people have gone and few returned. .It mainly talks about the calmness…

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