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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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  • The Pros And Cons Of The League Of Nations

    our affairs” (Justice). When the U.S. violated this Doctrine, it went against the peace that America had against foreign nations. For example, the League of Nations had not prevented many of the significant events that led to the cause of World War II. This showed that the League was unable to avoid conflicts between foreign nations. Also the League was unable to control major foreign powers because it lacked stability from its members. By not being associated with the League the U.S. could have…

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  • The Benefits Of Nuclear Weapons

    Nuclear weapons have been in the world’s possession since 1945, almost 70 years ago. In those 70 years, nuclear bombs were launched twice at the same target—Japan—by the same attacker—the United States. For being used so little times, is it really worth keeping these arms, especially taking in the costs? How do the nuclear deterrence finances affect countries with nuclear weapons? Considering the lack of use for the defenses, it is economically unwise to continue funding the production of…

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  • Impact Of Technology In Ww1

    World War I introduced to the world many new articles to the field of technology. Although technology today is more advanced than in WWI, technology thrived during WWI to meet the ever changing needs of the crisis, accordingly, WWI had a big impact on the technology in the present. World War I pushed for headways in the realm of medicinal services, made new strategies for offense and guard, and finally, affected the innovation of the present day. The introduction of prosthetics helped give…

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  • What We Really Miss About The 1950's Analysis

    People alway think about the past that they like a lot. There are many reasons for someone to like a certain time of their past. For example, there were more opportunities to have a better job without the need of college degree. Education is not that important because in the past not that many people could went to college. A lot of White old people choose the 1950’s as the year that they mostly want to go back. This is mostly because during this time the family’s structure are less problem to…

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