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    Canada Post War

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    During the post-war period, countries were either peacebuilders or warriors. If they were peacebuilders they would help other countries maintain peace, order, and a ceasefire. If they were a warrior they would help other countries fight. In the post-war period, Canada was a warrior. The Korean War, Persian Gulf War, and the War in Afghanistan are three examples of Canada being a warrior in the post-war period. The Korean War lasted from 1950-1953. The Persian Gulf War took place in 1991-2001. The War in Afghanistan started in 2001 and ended in 2011. The Korean War was one of the conflicts in which Canada was a warrior. The Korean War started when the north and south could not decide on one type of government. There was a communist government…

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    Post War Memory

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    Kent State/May 4 and Postwar Memory Article Review In this article, the author analyzes and discusses the effects of the May 4, 1970 Kent State shooting and war as well as the monuments and the varying views on the memories. Additionally, this article includes background of the May 4 incident and both the official and the rejected monuments in Kent State. Kent State/May 4 and Postwar Memory is written by John Fitzgerald O 'Hara. Fitzgerald O’Hara is a professor at John Hopkins University.…

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    Post-Cold War Security

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    In the Post Cold War Era, new aspects of security became apparent and led to the expansion of security; security was not only the security of particular states or people but the security of the international society and security was not only based on issues between states but issues within states. The Post cold War developments of security led to the concept of human security which emphasizes the security of individuals not of states. The chapter implies that security had remained the crucial…

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    Post War Military Service

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    Post-war Military Service After the cessation of hostilities on November 11, 1918, John reenlisted in the service and, subsequently, became part of the occupation forces. Since the signing of the armistice occurred before the German retreat reached their home territory, the occupation forces had to travel to Germany from their positions on the front. The American unit, to which John had been assigned, loaded the gear that they couldn’t carry in horse drawn wagons and walked into Germany.…

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    Post War South Summary

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    At the conclusion of the American Civil War, the Southern states were decimated, their fields were scorched, their cities lay in ruin, the slave holding social order was dismantled, and the Southern people were forced to face an existence in a union with their former foes. These facets were not lost on the people of the North. However, there was a need for a comprehensive examination of the post war South that would reveal to Northerners the true nature of affairs in the post war South. A recent…

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    Post War Consensus Essay

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    It is generally accepted by majority of political historians that a post-war UK consensus on social policy between the two major British political parties of Conservatives and Labour did in fact exist during the period between 1945-79 however, it can also be argued that a new consensus has ensued since, diverging from the values and touching points previously established prior to 1979. This essay will focus on the analysis and evaluation of various different arguments advocating the replacement…

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    Post-War Target Date

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    My target date was September 21, 1945. This date was shortly after the end of World War II. Many of the news articles and advertisements in the newspaper were overflowing with reports about the war and detailed post-war life and the nation’s recovery to some form of normality. Since this is referenced from a Georgia newspaper the articles are specific to things that were going on in the state of Georgia during this time. I pulled and discussed some of the articles from the paper that pertained…

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    The accuracy of White’s comments was seen in 1943 onwards, as “the necessities for cooperation” ceased to be so pressing with the turn of the tide of war in both Europe and the Pacific. Curtin’s government moved away from America and back to Britain once again. As Australia began to seem more secure, its government began to consider the shape of the post-war world and its associated challenges and started to see America as less of a partner in war than, in peace, potentially isolationist…

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    Labor and agriculture are two important factors that have built the South. Dating back to post-civil war, former slaves became freedmen in the South. With one-third of the population being slaves at the time, free labor was the wealth of the south. This became a large problem to former slave owners as well as the Southern economy. Almost instantly, the states begin passing laws and acts to bind laborers to the land in which they were already working. Southern land owners used the state’s power…

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    The post war period was filled with a vast amount of uncertain details about the future of the world. The United States had a new leader in Harry Truman who was thrown into the work that Roosevelt had been doing with Stalin and Churchill. Before his death Roosevelt had managed to negotiate terms with both the Soviet Union and Britain at the Yalta Conference. However, the Yalta Conference was more a foreshadowing of potential events and reactions than it was a peace settlement. The problem that…

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