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    Kung Fu, Nazis, explosions, guns, eighties synth pop, and time travel are just some of the many outrageously amazing elements that make up the thirty-one minute film Kung Fury. The film Kung Fury has a crazy plot, B-rated quality, and an abundance of all things that makes up the eighties. Kung Fury has taken the internet by storm especially for those like myself who love the perfect train wreck that was the eighties. David Sandberg, the director of the film and Kung Fury himself, said in an interview that the film was a love letter to the eighties. Despite Kung Fury’s obvious silliness the film is extremely self-aware of what it is and exploits it to create this unbelievable roller coaster of insanity. The film came to fruition by online crowd funding, and it is a testament to the film crew 's ability to create the special effects necessary to create this time traveling, Miami cop film adventure. The creativity of the film and its special effects, the pace of the film’s plot, and the delivery of the actors lines make Kung Fury a masterpiece. The film Kung Fury is truly a one of a kind film and that is due to the film 's creativity. While there are certainly many examples of creativity in the film, the most inclusive and obvious example would be the film 's plot. The plot of Kung Fury is the Kung Fu super-powered, Miami cop. Kung Fury 's mission is to travel back in time and kill Hitler. However, Kung Fury cannot accomplish the feat of time traveling on his own. He receives…

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    1. “The Temple” provides strong visuals and descriptions to help the reader understand the personalities and motives behind the protagonists, Alberg-Ehernstein. It is clear that the situations these men are put under create depressing, drastic, and unnerving circumstances. What was the one thing that keeps Alberg-Ehernstein going? His “German will”, curiosity, and gut feeling that he had to move forward in scouting Atlantis. 2. The story is narrated as a “found manuscript” that tells the tales…

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    Introduction Alfred Thayer Mahan recognized the existence of the intermediate field of study and practice between naval policy, strategy and tactics. His theories created a foundation for modern operational art and operational warfare while analyzing contributing factors of politics, social and economic conditions while keeping maritime interests at the forefront of his beliefs. As classical naval theoretician, he shaped the service culture and military doctrine for a multiplicity of navies on a…

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    They had radar technology that was capable of picking up the signal of these slow moving convoys and they were so large they made extremely easy targets. Underwater explosives are an extremely deadly force because they cannot be seen or heard like the technology of an air plane. At this time during the war, American industrialization had been in full swing designing new forms of firearms, planes, larger ships, the Atomic Bomb, the cavity magnetron, the hedgehog and many other helpful military…

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    The Einsatzgruppen murdered an estimated 1.5 million Jews in large-and small-scale operations. Einsatzgruppen was mostly made up of the SS and volunteered German policeman. Among their ranks were both conscripts and volunteers. Each division was comprised of several companies or platoons and contained between 700 and 1,000 men. The Einsatzgruppen divided into four battalion sized groups A,B,C,D.“ Einsatzgruppen came directly to the home communities of Jews and massacred them”(United States…

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    fields into the Axis. This gave the Germans their only important source of natural resources and after occupying the country, did not have to pay the Romanians for their oil, it was their contribution to the war effort. Another source of oil in the early phase of the War was the Soviet Union. The Soviets which under the terms of the NAZI-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact agreed to provide the Germans large quantities of oil, grain, and raw materials and other important natural resources. The Germans…

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    Bioethics In Nuremberg

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    inhumane acts committed against any civilian population, before or during the war, or persecutions on political, racial, or religious grounds.” The testimony that would be elicited from these proceedings would shake humanity to the core and would shatter the ethics by which the medical profession stood upon. The first of the Nuremberg trials was that of the major Nazi leaders and major Nazi organizations. The Gestapo, SS and SA were among the organizations indicted for their war crimes. The…

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