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  • Analysis Of Adolf Hitler's Art Of Manipulation

    Hitler’s Art of Manipulation The art of manipulation has been used throughout all of human history as a means of political advancement, from Anthony and Cleopatra to Castro’s dictatorship. Similarly, the rise of Adolf Hitler as the Chancellor of Germany is also a manipulative one, encompassing the whole gallery of deception, exploitation, and abuse. Hitler gained power of Germany not only because of the magnetism of his public oration, but because of his maneuvering and domination of the Nazi…

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  • Why Was The United States Responsible For The Cold War Essay

    To start with, the cold war was long period of disputes between the west world and communist countries of Eastern Europe. The cold war didn’t happen long after world war two ended in 1945. They Soviets (USSR) did end up winning the war. In this paper I will be explaining the reasons why I chose that the United States (US) was responsible for causing the cold war. In addition I will be giving you examples and reasons why I believe those examples are relivate to the idea of containment.…

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  • Homer's Historical Impact Of The Iliad

    Helen”, the poet insinuates that it is more-or-less a predetermined repeat of the Trojan War — a waste of men, a conflict fought for no purpose, a given death sentence. Similarly, A French scholar, Simone Weil, wrote in 1939 as she anticipated World War II that the Iliad was “the purest and the loveliest of mirrors” because it shows how war “turns man into a thing in the most literal sense: it makes a corpse out of him.”3 Rachel Bespaloff, a Ukrainian-French philosopher, also heavily identified…

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  • The Book Thief Essay

    Summer Reading Scavenger Hunt - The Book Thief In the novel, The book Thief by Markus Zusak, the exciting tale if Liesel Meminger is told. The intriguing , sad, and suspenseful story would not be the same without its defining characters, setting, conflicts, and theme. All of these aspects come together to create an amazing Novel. To start, The Book Thief includes many different characters, all who play an important part in the plot. A character that could be considered a best friend is Rudy…

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  • Summary Of Unlikely Warrior A Jewish Soldier In Hitler's Army

    Rauch was published in 2015, but was originally released under the title of The Jew with the Iron Cross: A Record of Survival in WWII Russia in 2006. The memoir was written about Rauch’s experiences as a telegraphist in the Nazi Army during World War II. The majority of the book takes place at the Russian front throughout the years of 1943 to -45. Though minor characters that played a role in his life at the front enter the story, the main protagonist of the memoir is Georg Rauch himself. He…

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  • The Importance Of Trench Warfare

    The Great War was largely determined by the technological progress that was pressed upon each country in order to subsist. The most notable advancement, displayed in the photograph above, is the infamous machine gun. It was “capable of sustained rates of extremely rapid fire; it could fire 600 bullets per minute with a range of more than 1,000 yards” (World War I, Britannica). Unlike its ancestors, the machine gun is able to stay in position after fire and doesn’t require readjustments after…

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  • Good Vs. Evil In William Golding's Lord Of The Flies

    William Golding’s novel, Lord of the Flies, was written in 1954 in the post world war 2 era. This is where Golding drew his inspiration for his novel. One of the major themes, good vs. evil, can be closely tied to the religious allegory and the struggle between good and evil within the war. Religion also plays a major role in the novel because many characters and objects can be thought of as symbols for it. Through Golding’s work the theme of good vs. evil, shown through Jack and Ralph, Simon…

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  • World War One: The Most Important Events In The 20th Century

    Very rarely have we, as a species, experienced an event to tragic that it impacted how people behave on a global scale. Arguably the first turning point in human history to have a mark on the world in such a way, World War One, started with the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and ended in the death of tens of millions of men. I personally believe World War One is the most important event in the 20th century, because without it, there is no Hitler or Stalin. No Facism or World War…

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  • Liesel Last Words Analysis

    The last words of Liesel’s novel are: “I have hated the words and I have loved them, and I hope I have made them right.” (528). Words are an essential piece of Liesel’s life, which she shares both good and bad memories with and hopes to use for good, not evil. To exemplify this theme, Markus Zusak, the author, picks and apt setting: “She was a girl. In Nazi Germany. How fitting that she was discovering the power of words.” (147). This quote is significant as it connects the power of words to one…

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  • Concentration Camps Of The Holocaust

    Buchenwald The Holocaust is the period of time between 1933 and 1945 when the Nazis persecuted and executed millions of Jews and other people seen as enemies of the state. The Holocaust was one of the most horrific slaughters of human life in the Second World War. Most of loss of life during the Holocaust took place in concentration camps. Concentration camps served different purposes; some camps were slave labor camps, some were transit camps, and others served as death camps. Even though there…

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