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    The second battle of Bull Run also known as the “Second Battle of Manassas” was Larger in scale than the first. There were four primary generals, General Robert E. Lee, Major General John Pope, and Major General George B. McClellan. It had four times the amount of casualties than the original Battle of Bull Run. Taken place in Northern Virginia it was a battle between Union and Confederate Armies on August 28-30 1862. John Pope led the Union army, and on the Confederate side General Robert E. Lee led the way. The Union army had the most casualties while the Confederate army suffered loses but minimal compared to the Union army. Major General George B McClellan demoted from overall command by President Abraham Lincoln, would only command the Army of the Potomac. In this battle it featured a famous name known throughout the history book, Major General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. “Lets not down play the fact that that’s the ghost of Stonewall Jackson!” Ron Burgundy, Anchorman 2. “The Second Battle of Bull Run ended up being the deciding factor between the Union and confederate in Virginia that year.” The battle was going to get very large in numbers. George McClellan’s army was just about merge with John Pope’s army to launch an offensive on General Robert E. Lee’s army. However Robert E. Lee knew that he would be greatly outnumbered so he decided to launch an offensive. Robert E. Lee decided that he would split up his troops, “sending half under Thomas J. “Stonewall”…

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    North Korea North Korea, a rogue state, continues to play an important role in the US’s geopolitical realm simply due to its location and proximity to China. The Korean Peninsula provides a natural barrier between Japan and the US, and China which makes North Korea key in ensuring China remains inaccessible to the US via the peninsula. However, North Korea continues its pursuit of its nuclear program and the continued hostilities towards South Korea and Japan. This coupled with their inhumane…

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    Gallipoli – Why was it so important to Australians? Gallipoli was one of the longest military campaigns during World War 1, taking place between 25th April 1915 – 9th January 1916. It was also one of the bloodiest for the Allied forces, being nearly 500,000 casualties and losses during the battle for both sides. It was a incredibly important battle, despite the loss on the side of the allies. To explain why it was so important, some backstory is required for the battle. Due to the change of…

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    a prophet, or messenger of God. As he received messages from God, Muhammad began to teach and recite the revelations to others. Moreover, these revelations were recorded in the Qur’an, which was the holy book of Islam. Over time, Islam attracted new followers through military conquest, trade, and the appeal of message, all of which contributed to the rapid spread of Islam. To begin with, perhaps the first major reason for the swift spread of Islam was successful raids followed by military…

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    Key events in the gallipoli campaign The landing on 25th april 1915 on dawn April 25th 1915 the first anzac soldier arrived at Anzac cove in galliopoli penusla in turkey (also known as Çanakkale). There were approxiametley 60,000 Australian soldiers and 18,000 new zealand soldiers who were under the command of sir Ian Hamilton. At 4:30 under Hamiltons command the royal navy started firing. Some of the battilion were under heavy fire and so the battle of gallopoli began. During the…

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    Key events in the gallipoli campaign The landing on 25th april 1915 https://www.awm.gov.au/wartime/34/article/ on dawn April 25th 1915 the first anzac soldier arrived at Anzac cove in galliopoli penusla in turkey (also known as Çanakkale). There were approxiametley 60,000 Australian soldiers and 18,000 new zealand soldiers who were under the command of sir Ian Hamilton. At 4:30 under Hamiltons command the royal navy started firing. Some of the battilion were under heavy fire and so the…

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    The weather conditions were extreme on the peninsula and we were exposed to harsh winds, rain, snow, mud, flooding and unbearable heat. Our diet consisted of bully beef, hard biscuits, jam and tea, with our water strictly rationed. The lack of sanitation in the heat led to outbreaks of diseases such as dysentery, gastroenteritis, typhoid fever, pneumonia and cholera. The diseases were further spread with plagues of fleas, flies and rats swarming everywhere. The majority of the days were spent…

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    Essay One Since the death of Prophet Muhammad, the expansion of Islam has been evident beyond the Arabian Peninsula and specifically Makkah town. In the contemporary society, Islam is practiced in each continent and region including Africa, Europe, Nothern India and Southwest Asia. The spread of Islam has been motivated by the migration of Muslims to other regions of the world and the conversion of individuals from other religions to Islam. Military campaigns after the Hijrah era led to a…

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    American history started with immigration. In this history, discriminations had existed against African-American in law and system. So United States underwent many tragic and painful histories. For example, they were Civil War and Civil Movements. Americans react sensitive at Racism. This being so, educations highlight equality on society as well as school. On the other hand, Korean awareness at Racism is insignificant. They didn’t recognize that they have Racism. And Korean Racism has one…

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    Gallipoli First Scene

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    is determined that Frank cannot ride a horse so he is enlisted into the infantry with ironically, three of his old friends who used to work alongside him on the railway. The infantry of Frank and his pals is shipped off to the middle east in Egypt while Archie is on another transporting ship, separating the two of them in the film. Later of some scene fillers within the film showing everyday life in the military, Archie and Frank are reunited during a training exercise in the middle of the…

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