Second Punic War

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  • South Sudan Conflict Causes

    The president had accused Machar and several others of attempting a coup d’etat which of course Machar denied, and then fled. After this, fighting broke out between the SPLM and the SPLM-in opposition, igniting the current civil war in South Sudan. During January 2014, the first ceasefire agreement was reached, however the fighting still continued and was then followed by more ceasefire agreements, being mediated by a group called IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development)…

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  • Manhua Journey To The Western Analysis

    Manhua Journey to the West, a graphic novel by Zhang Guangyu in 1945, is a nod to the Chinese classic Journey to the Wets by Wu Cheng'en written in the year 1592. It is written around the reign of the KMT and during the second Sino-Japanese War. From which Zhang uses the style in which Journey to the West was written to "implicate" poke fun of the government and their policies. How does Zhang Guang use the classic Journey to the west to explain the events around 1945 circa China? Why does he…

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  • The Impact Of The Sino-Japanese War On The Chinese Economy

    The impact of the Sino-Japanese war on the Chinese State’s economy was completely negative,because, the war, severely harmed China’s modernization efforts. At the same time, the Chinese government encouraged both foreign and domestic investment into the economy, invested in heavy industries, promoted internal unity, intervened in the private sector to prevent its collapse and pursued policies that lead to the rapid development of cities and towns throughout the country. Not to mention…

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  • The Rise Of The Qing Dynasty

    Western Barbarians. This resulted in what is known as the Opium War. The British government was exporting Opium to China. Chinese citizens were getting addicted to opium and eventually the Chinese government stopped opium import from Great Britain. This hurt the British economy and resulted in a war between the two countries. At the end of the Opium War China was forced to give up land and be colonized by western civilizations. The Opium War and influence of Western powers led to The…

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  • Characteristics Of Odysseus Being An Epic Hero

    I could easily argue that Odysseus was such an amazing hero but he also had a great flaw and that was how him and his men killed many innocent people that had nothing to do with the war and Zeus and Poseidon made the men pay for what they did. Although they did this, it was just something many do when they go to war against another country. This does not take away from the fact that Odysseus was a hero that greatly contributed to Greece's ancient history with his courage, leadership, and…

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  • Comparing Linda Sue Park's A Long Walk To Water

    Sudan is one of the most dangerous countries in the world. Constant war is always going on, and to be a child in the mix is very horrifying. It’s very hard and scary to try to be a leader knowing you could die at any given moment. In the book, A Long Walk to Water, two different stories with two main characters, Salva and Nya. Both stories take place in Sudan. While war is happening, surviving is far more important than anything else. In Linda Sue Park's’ novel, you’ll keep wanting to read more…

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  • The Influence Of Globalization On Society

    this difference of opinion comes from the knowledge that the older generations have, or the fear they have of repeating other situations? Or, could it be the knowledge of past mistakes and the will to do better of the younger generations? I found a second article that shows the overall opinion of a free…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Life Of Adventure

    A life of Adventure This morning as I knocked on the door to my fiancés apartment and her roommate Margarita answers the door. I don’t know if it is normal in the Ukraine to let your friends stand out in the cold, but after a few awkward moments she let me in the door. Over the past several weeks I have gotten know Margarita, and though we have extremely different lifestyles, and I have come to admire her adventurous spirit. She has a passion to visit foreign places, she has a thirst for…

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  • Literacy Behind Bars By Malcolm X

    easier. Learning the language helped me advance my education. I was able to graduate high school and now on my road to fulfill my career. English helped me continue my education to become someone better. By Malcolm learning how to read and I learning a second language, we had the chance to better ourselves both in an academic…

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  • Native Language Essay

    ENL: English as a Native Language is traditionally assumed to be a language that is acquired from birth without formal instruction (versus a language that was learned as a second or later language). ENL is also referred to as L1 (first language), mother tongue, or inner circle variety. An issue with the term “native language” or L1 lies in the fact that it is based on the premise of a monolingual society, whereas many societies are multilingual. In multilingual societies, a child may grow up…

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