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  • Adolf Hitler As A Charismatic Leader

    Dictator Adolf Hitler is one of the most powerful charismatic leaders of all time, however his actions and deeds were not morally right, but his leadership skills were matched only by few in the world. Dictator Adolf Hitler was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and also served as a dictator from 1934 to 1945. He rose up to power in Germany as a leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, also known as the Nazi Party. Hitler served in world war one earning himself some bravery…

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  • Harry S. Truman's Truman Dilemma Case Study

    hundred sixty airplanes included, of those twelve ships was the famous U.S.S. Arizona and the U.S.S. Oklahoma. Japan also killed over two thousand three hundred American soldiers. The attack on Pearl Harbor cause the United States to enter World War II. After the attack on Pearl Harbor Harry S. Truman released…

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  • Patriotism In All Quiet On The Western Front

    In the early twentieth century, an infamous war broke out in Europe between Germany and Austria-Hungary. As a consequence, more countries became involved in the war, such as Russia, France, and Italy; and the war was deemed to be the First World War. The experience of the war was often romanticized with the ideals of patriotism and honor , however the novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, written by Erin Maria Remarque during a time of anti-war sentiment in Europe, shows an alternative…

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  • President Harry S. Truman's Motivation For The Bomb

    Motivation for the Bomb As the Manhattan Project drew to an end, President Harry S. Truman knew he was coming upon the most difficult decision of his life. He could drop a bomb that would vaporize thousands of lives but would end a war in Japan, or he could continue on and cause more American, Allied, and Japanese military casualties. Truman decided to use the first atomic bombs ever made, codenamed “Little Boy” and “Fat Man”, to obliterate Hiroshima and Nagasaki in an attempt to end what was…

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  • The Importance Of The Yalta Conference

    the second world war began with the attack on Pearl Harbor. Charles De Gaulle worked to save French troops and assist the British in defeating Germany during the war. Finally, like the last piece, the Yalta Conference lead to both the end of World War II, and the start of the Cold War. The role of the attack of Pearl Harbor, Charles De Gaulle, and the Yalta conference contributed to World War Two by sparking events that…

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  • The Importance Of Human Rights

    It is estimated that 50 million lives were lost over a six year period, and it has subsequently been revealed that many were lost through barbaric regimes of systematic killings and genocide. In response, the world’s budding powers convened to ensure that the horrors of the Second World War would never be repeated, resulting in the formation of the United Nations. The UN worked to create a standard on human rights, and also sought to deal with the territories that were annexed from enemy states…

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  • Life Is Beautiful And 1984 Analysis

    Roberto Benigni and George Orwell explore similar central ideas in the texts Life is Beautiful and 1984. Considering the setting of; a controlled society, a war based on ideological differences and family; the importance or unimportance, the concepts of words, thoughts, actions, death and family structure are explored. Life is Beautiful follows protagonist, Guido Orefice, in 1939 and his experiences through WWll, as later narrated by his son, Giosue. The fable-like tale focuses on the concepts,…

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  • How Is Hitler A Monster Essay

    BIOLOGY OF A MONSTER When we look at Adolf Hitler’s life, for the most part see a monster, which killed millions of people who he thought were of lessor life. He can be described as one who brought terrible tragedy upon our world with his ideologies of a great race, need for land, and thirst for that power that was lost in the Great War. By all means Hitler was all of those terrible things that we have stuck in the vision of our minds, but what brought him to that breaking point? At what point…

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  • Analysis Of Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points Speech

    if the leaders of France and Great Britain would have listened, World War II could have been avoided. He wanted to persuade the Central Powers into surrendering to the Allied Powers; even if the leaders of these countries did not listen, he was hoping the people of these countries could in turn persuade their governments to…

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  • Causes Of Pearl Harbor

    The brutal surprise of the attack on the Naval base at Hawaii left a big imprint on American history. The attack resulted in an unwanted entry into the Second World War. Although the Americans tried their best to avoid involvement into the war, one devastating attack woke the United States from their neutrality. The attack on Pearl Harbor was only part of Japan 's big plan to take over island nations in the Pacific Ocean. The attack instilled an array of emotions into the American people.…

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