Treaty of Waitangi

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  • Analysis Of Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points

    an ideal basis for peace. He succeeded on assuring his people, even as far as to convince the Germans to agree on armistice, then, following the points for a just peace. [citation needed] Therefore, ending the war, subsequently forming treaties such as the Treaty of Versailles. [citation…

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  • Symbolism In Three Day Road

    The damage and trauma of the first world war had devastating impacts for countless individuals all across the world. It caused the destruction of entire cities and claimed the lives of millions. Joseph Boyden’s Three Day Road focuses on the stories of three Cree-Canadians and their experiences during the great war both on the battlefield and the home front. In order to shed light on the often historically disregarded sacrifices and contributions of First Nations people during the first world…

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  • Treaty Of Versailles Analysis

    He went so far in his power that he was even able to annex Austria. Even though Wilson's point had been made a part of the treaty, it was a failure because of Hitler's actions and because the rules were difficult to enforce. The result of the laws not being enforced was the beginning of World War Two. <br> <br>The fifth point of the president's was the just settlement of colonial claims. He stated that "a free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims,…

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  • Soft Brrexit Case Study

    The implications of Brexit has been a popular topic of debate with negotiations currently underway. There are two possible approaches to Brexit commonly discussed: a soft Brexit versus a hard Brexit. The key difference between these two possible outcomes is whether or not the UK will remain a member of the EU’s single market. After separating from the EU, the most economically beneficial route would be that the UK joins the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and European Economic Area (EEA),…

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  • Primary Source Analysis Of Austria-Hungary Uultimatum

    Primary Source Analysis Austrian-Hungarian ultimatum to Serbia and Serbian response I was convinced that Serbia would not accept many of the terms in Austria-Hungary’s ultimatum, specifically 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, and 9 because those demands compromise Serbia’s freedom and independence from Austria-Hungary. Terms 2, 7, and 10 are reasonable because they are standard requests of a country investigating the death of their monarch. Terms 1 and 3 interfere with a free press. Austria-Hungary is defining…

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  • The League Of Nations: The Cause Of World War II

    things ended World War I: The Treaty of Versailles, Wilson’s fourteen points, and the League of Nations. However, these things were ultimately the three causes of World War II, the continuation of World War I. These foolish choices and decisions caused by the Allied Powers helped set the stage for World War II. The Treaty of Versailles helped stage World War II because of the foolish choices and decisions made by the Allied Powers upon forcing Germany to sign the Treaty of Versailles. According…

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  • Wilson's 14 Points Analysis

    The US hosted conference took place to establish trade and military agreements with regard to the Atlantic and mainly Pacific. The Washington Naval Treaty resulted, it declared the allowed size of all the countries navies. It was effective because it accomplished what it set out to do in reducing the size of standing navies but there is the fact that there is always distrust between nations and regulations…

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  • Dr Caligari Criticism

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 The German produced film by Robert Wiene, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) hit American shores with a thunderous bang—albeit a divisive and tumultuous one. Though reaction was polarized, from a purely critical perspective, Caligari’s slick and surgical artistic precision exposed a glaring staleness in the air of American cinema, prompting a veritable arms race to match it’s creative force. In his book The Monster Show, author David J. Skal writes, “Caligari built up a…

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  • Essay On The Treaty Of Versailles

    signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty was made mostly against Germany in order to force them to make the reparations equal to the damages they caused during the war. Though the Treaty of Versailles was meant to end a World War, it instead resulted in building the tensions that would erupt into the Second World War; the faultiness in the Allies’ formation of the treaty ultimately led to the German’s resurgence and vast resentment towards the Allies. In drawing up the Treaty of…

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  • Rebecca Alfred Hitchock Analysis

    In this essay it will be explained how Alfred Hitchock used influences of Soviet Cinema, German Expressionism and Classical Hollywood and how this is evident through the production of the film Rebecca (Hitchock, 1940). Alfred Hitchock believed that everything within a film should be less important than the technique used to film. In his quote “I am against virtuosity for its own sake. Technique should enrich the action...The beauty of image and movement, the rhythm, and the effects- everything…

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