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Britain, France and Soviet Union were great imperial powers, who all faced by the recurrent problems, nationalist movements among their people.1 World War One affected the political, economic, and social systems of Europe.2 The Treaty of Versailles had a very important influence on the Second World War, it was harsh, and economically impossible. In addition, it would be enough to upset the Germans, but not enough to restrain them powerless.3 There was another instability in Europe, the conflict within the eastern Europe; all of eastern Europe’s territories were changed, thus left many nations without a state of its own.4
There was continuity in German policy between the periods 1914 to...
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THE PRESENCE of multiple objectives in a problem, in
principle, gives rise to a set of optimal solutions (largely
known as Pareto-optimal solutions), instead of a single optimal
solution. In the absence of any further information, one of these
Pareto-optimal solutions cannot be said to be better than the
other. This demands a user to find as many Pareto-optimal solutions
as possible. Classical optimization methods (including the
multicriterion decision-making methods) suggest converting the
multiobjective optimization problem to a single-objective optimization
problem by emphasizing one particular Pareto-optimal
solution at a time. When such a method is to be used for finding
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He meets her eyes as she opens the car door.
She has a wild expression on her face.
She looks terrified.
He tries to greet her with a smile, but decides not to make the situation even more awkward.
He starts the car and drives along the Interstate.
They are both very quiet.
His cobra tattoo itches, but he doesn’t want to rub it.
The saxophone solo is on again and he turns down the volume.
She looks young, he thinks. Young meat.
He tries to remove the dirty thoughts in his mind, but the girl is so tempting that he cannot stop thinking about those things…
She still looks terrified as if she just saw a ghost in the car.
What was he thinking about? Just...
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Running head: Research Process Paper
Research Process Paper
University Of Phoenix
February 28, 2011
Research Process Paper
Some baseball fans think there is a correlation between the number of wins and its affect on attendance. This discussion will involve what the research process entails for the topic of the number of wins affecting attendance. This research discussion will describe the purpose of the research, define the problem, discuss why the research is important, propose three possible hypotheses, identify the variables, and define the problem in quantifiable measurements. Finally, what questions...
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Critical Play Analysis: A Raisin in the Sun
When reading a play, it is often difficult to obtain understanding and describe the theme. This particular play, A Raisin in the Sun, allowed for the meaning of the play to be conveyed through the characters. After completing the read, the play seemed to reveal that family is most important in life. In all of the stresses and events that take place within each person’s life, it is hard to become side-tracked on the family aspect of life. Throughout this play, money seemed to be the struggling conflict; the husband of Lena passed away and money was left over for the family. With the Youngers being a lower income...
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Auditing Program Design Part II
The purpose of this part of the audit process for Apollo Shoes is to design tests of controls, substantive tests of transactions, and analytical procedures for the sales, collection, payroll, personnel, acquisition, and payment cycles. These test and procedures are with intent to attest operating effectiveness of internal controls of Apollo Shoes on the basis of documentation provided. It is with the understanding that with the performing of test and procedures an opinion can be formed but management of Apollo shoes is responsible for the maintenance and assessment internal controls of over financial reporting. The design of test of controls of the sales and...
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Audit Program Design Part II
Audit Program Design Part II
The audit program design introduces the concepts of (a) Adequate designed tests of controls, substantive tests of transactions, and analytical procedures for the Apollo Shoes sales and collection cycles, (b) Adequate designed tests of controls, substantive tests of transactions, and analytical procedures for the Apollo Shoes payroll and personnel cycles, (c) and adequate designed tests of controls, substantive tests of transactions, and analytical procedures for the Apollo Shoes acquisition and payment.
Test of Controls for Sales and Collection Cycles
Apollo Shoes has internal controls in place for sales and collections...
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• Conduct an internal and external environmental analysis for your proposed business.
• Use the information obtained from your internal and external analysis, as well as the lesson learned from the Considerations of a Strategic Plan: List assignment.
• Create a SWOTT table summarizing your findings. Your environmental analysis should take into account, at a minimum, the following factors. For each factor, identify the one primary strength, weakness, opportunity, threat, and trend, and include it in your table.
• External forces and trends considerations:
• Legal and regulatory
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|$ in millions|
Investment in bonds (face amount)|80||
Discount on bond investment||14|
Cash price of bonds||66|
Cash at .04 x $80 million|3.2||
Discount on bond investment|0.1||
Interest revenue at .05 x $66||3.3|
Cash at .04 x $80 million|3.2||
Discount on bond investment|0.11||
Interest revenue at .05 x ($66 + .1)||3.31|
December 31, 2011|
Investment in bonds|$80.00M||
Less: Discount on bond investment ($14 - .1 - .11M)|13.79M||
If Fuzzy Monkey had the “positive intent and ability” to hold their securities until they matured, they will be classified as held to maturity and reported at the...
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Title : Preparation of bis (acetylacetonato)copper (II)
Objective : I ) To synthesize the bis (acetylacetonato)copper (II) complex
II) To determine the percentage yield of bis (acetylacetonato)copper (II) complex
Background of study :
Metal acetylacetonates, formed by a metal and multiple acetylacetonate anions, are prime examples of coordination complexes. In this experiment, the metal use is copper (II) ion which is crystal blue in colour when it is copper(II)nitrate. All metal ions in solution can react well with water. The water molecules can also be weakly bonded or more strongly as a ligand to form a complex ion, and these can also present in solid ‘hydrated’ salts of...
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The Porter’s generic strategies are defined by basic approaches to strategic planning that can be adopted by any firm in any market or business to improve its competitive performance edge. The three fundamental marketing strategies that are thought of as different, are not mutually exclusive are differentiation strategy, focus strategy, and low cost strategy (www.businessdictionary.com).
The first approach is called cost leadership which is better known as no frills just best deals concept. This concept is often a consumer’s delight. Because as consumers’ we like receiving great services at lost cost. The second is differentiation which creates a uniquely desirable products and services....
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BUS 475 Week 3 Individual Strategic Plan Part II SWOTT Analysis
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Conduct an internal and external environmental analysis for your proposed business.
Create a SWOTT table summarizing your findings. Your environmental analysis should take into account, at a minimum, the following factors. For each factor, identify the one primary strength, weakness, opportunity, threat, and trend, and include it in your table.
· External forces and trends considerations:
o Legal and regulatory
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1. (a) Discuss the term ‘Continuing Guarantee’. How can it be revoked?
b) State briefly the rights and obligations of a bailee.
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(b) Enumerate the acts which are not covered under implied authority.
3. (a) What are the rights and duties of a minor in relation to partnership business?
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(i) Sub-agent and Substituted Agent
(ii) Sale, Bailment and...
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Short Essay on War and Terror
The United States is known as a Super Power in the world today for two particular reasons and they are one, the outcome of World War II and two, how the President at that time, Franklin Delano Roosevelt handled conflicts at home as well as conflicts overseas. During that time the United States was going through some challenges dealing with the Great Depression and the difficulties of Germany beginning to start conflicts in Europe where there was nothing being done about it. World War II was a situation America had stayed out of for about three years, but when the U.S. finally did get involved the balance was then tipped in the favor of the allies due...
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Week 1 Writing Assignment 2
Karl von Busse
EG 542 Economics and Change
December 14, 2014
Bypassing the free market becomes necessary during war simply because the free market is not perfect and may not respond adequately to wartime material demands. During WW2 immediately following Pearl Harbor the government imposed a system of rationing on needed commodities such as steel, brass, rubber and gasoline. The reason was twofold. First, the demands of the war required massive amounts of of these items to supply the war effort. The military had to have a regular supply base. The second reason is related. In a free market, the sharp rise in demand would push prices much higher,...
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HIST 410 FINAL EXAM DEVRY LATEST 29TH AUGUST 2015
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1. Historical research involves four main tasks. Discover refers to the task of:(Points : 4)
2. Why did the United States enter World War I?
3. Nicholas II of Russia abdicated the throne following;
4. The Big Three of World War II were: (Points : 4)
5. In the period after World War II, which two sides faced off?
6. China’s Communists finally won the long civil war under the leadership of
7. Why did some European nations...
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Causes of World War II
World War II resulted from a series of issues, many of which were caused by World War I (previously called “The Great War”). While the roots of World War I stemmed from the move towards nationalism during the late Nineteenth Century, the roots of WWII came from the way countries dealt with each other at the end of the Great War. This paper will discuss the causes of World War II.
A significant cause of the war was the treaty that ended it. The Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919; it discussed the terms for the defeat of Germany. However, the treaty was both too strong and not strong enough. The treaty was too strong because it placed all blame for the...
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KEY POINTS LEADING TO THE SPANISH EMPIRE’S DECLINE AND FALL IN THE SEVENTEETH CENTURY
24 December 2011
KEY POINTS LEADING TO THE SPANISH EMPIRE’S DECLINE AND FALL IN THE SEVENTEETH CENTURY
The Spanish Empire of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries has a story of irresponsible, selfish and foolish policies. The major problems revolved around their failure to build their internal economy, the ever increasing unsolved debts, and dependence on colonial silver. These problems were aggravated by other world events that they could not control. The empire best period was called Spain’s Golden Age. This occurred approximately between 1516 and 16591, although...
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Propaganda has proven to be a valuable tool when trying to persuade others during a war. It has proven to bring out the best qualities in a nation, and it has also shown the ability to voice the true feelings of the people. For example, propaganda has been used to increase patriotism in times of conflict in America, and it has also been used to dissuade others from wanting bloodshed. “Uncle Sam” is a large and well-known piece of propaganda in America, and it has been used with countless different mediums to display the true outlook of the citizens. James Montgomery Flagg was responsible for illustrating the classic "I Want YOU for U.S. Army" poster, and an anonymous...
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Hiroshima and memory
During the final stage of World War II 1945, the United States conducted the atomic bombings of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. Such events are the only use of nuclear weapons in the world. The atomic bombs were created by the Manhattan Project, which was a research and development program established by the United States with the United Kingdom and Canada that produced the first atomic bomb during World War II.
The United States called for a surrender of Japan in the Potsdam Declaration on 26 July 1945 by threatening Japan with “prompt and utter destruction”. However, such ultimatum was ignored by the Japanese government. Thus, two nuclear...
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The Cold War: A Matter of Opinion
The Cold War was really a battle of wills, a power struggle, between the United States and the Soviet Union. No military contact ever ensued, but there was the constant fear of nuclear weapons. During World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union fought as allies against the Axis powers (History, 2013). However, that changed after the war when there was competition between the two nations. The Cold War was an event in history that is commonly taught in schools all around the country. I personally do not remember learning about it in school, although I am sure I did. I interviewed five...
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Born on the 4th of July
In recent years the Wounded Warrior Project has brought to the forefront of American society the issue of paralyzed and spinal injuries in military veterans. There are currently over 100,000 veterans with these types of catastrophic injuries in America. Ron Kovic was a Marine Corp Sergeant who served two tours in the Vietnam War to return home paralyzed. His memoirs chronicle his experience both overseas and back home and show his transformation from a “Yankee Doodle Dandy” to a major antiwar activist. The Vietnam War substantially changed the culture of America.
The 1950’s post World War II culture as described by Kovic was very stereotypically “Leave it to...
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Old Misery’s house symbolizes beauty and how times were before the war which he has come to despise. Although Old Misery did nothing to the boys of the Wormsley Common Gang, his house symbolizes the past. Trevor seems to hold deep resentment towards the world around him and things of his past.
The boys of the Wormsley Common Gang have themselves witnessed and been a part of the destruction the World War II has left behind in London. The world the boys live in is unstable and all that the only normalcy they have is each other. The newest member of the gang is Trevor who often sits in silence with little interaction with his fellow gang members and seems ashamed of the person he once was....
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America and the Great War
World War 1 was in the works for a long time in the European countries. Nationalism, Imperialism, and Militarism were the main factors that led to the Great War. There were so many alliances between 1879 and 1914 that there was no choice when an ally declared war. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife was a trigger for the declarations of war being set up for many years prior.
America and the Great War
World War One or “The Great War” was triggered by the assassination of Franz Ferdidnand on June 28th, 1914 by a Serbian Nationalist student Gavrilo Princip. Archduke Ferdidnand was to inspect the Austro-Hungarian troops in...
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Comparison-Contrast report on the internment concentration camps placed in United States and Germany.
In World War II, the people-citizens which were not needed or just migrated to the country- were detained and confined without any trail is called an Internment concentration camp. The people were prisoners and kept in very bad and extremely harsh in conditions with no rights.
The present paper is to highlight the comparison-contrast of the Internment concentration camps placed by United State and Germany to imprison their own populations.
Later in 1993 in Nazi Germany ,Concentration become a major source for which...
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EN120 English Composition I
Assignment 2_02 Description Paragraph
January 9, 2015
Topic: An important place in my life
As a German immigrant in the USA, I can clearly say, that my hometown of Ulm, Germany, is one of the most important places in my life. Situated on the river Danube, early settlements of the city were reported around 5000 BC. After being declared an imperial city in the 12th century, Ulm’s economy blossomed and the foundation for a bright future was laid. The city welcomed various medieval kings and emperors, accommodating their travels. Up to the 16th century, Ulm became a city of traders and craftsmen with important trading routes spreading all the way to Italy....
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Casablanca Movie Review
The classic and much-loved romantic melodrama Casablanca is a masterful tale of two men vying for the same woman's love in a love triangle against the backdrop of the conflict between democracy and totalitarianism. With rich atmosphere, anti-Nazi propaganda, superb musical scores, suspense, and unforgettable characters and memorable lines of dialogue, it is one of the most popular, magical and flawless films of all time - focused on the themes of lost love, honor, self-sacrifice and romance within a chaotic world. Morocco during the Second World War. Casablanca is the jump off point to get to Spain and then to America, but refugees must obtain a costly exit Visa...
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History of Ford Motor Co.
The Ford Motor Company is an American based automobile manufacturer that was founded in 1903 by the late Henry Ford. The company pioneered the early integrated moving assembly line, fought and beat early gasoline powered automobile patents, and even survived the Great Depression. Today, Ford is the fifth largest automobile manufacturer in the world, based on sales, and is the largest family controlled company in the world (History).
Henry Ford, along with 11 other investors, founded Ford Motor Company on June 16th 1903 (History). In its early years the company produced the Model A, S, K and most notably, the Model T. The...
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Since the dawn of the nation, the armed forces have included black Americans. As early as 1652, leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony mandated that all Indians and people of African descent residing in "settled" areas enlist in a local militia. Prince Duplex, Sr. was one of nearly 300 men of African descent to enlist in the Connecticut militia during the Revolutionary War, and Oscar Marion, a slave on the South Carolina plantation of war hero General Francis Marion, fought side by side with his master, also serving as "personal assistant, bodyguard, sous-chef, bugler, courier, confidant, and oarsman." When the Medal of Honor—the nation's highest award for military valor—was established in...
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B.A. (HONOURS) ENGLISH
(Three Year Full Time Programme)
(Effective from the Academic Year 2011-2012 onwards)
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
DELHI - 110007
Course: B.A. (Hons.) English
Paper 1: English Literature 4(i)
Paper 2: Twentieth Century Indian Writing(i)
Paper 3: Concurrent – Qualifying Language
Paper 4: English Literature 4(ii)
Paper 5: Twentieth Century Indian Writing(ii)
Paper 6: English Literature 1(i)
Paper 7: Concurrent – Credit Language
Paper 8: English Literature 1(ii)
Paper 9: English Literature 2(i)
Option A: Nineteenth Century European Realism(i)
Option B: Classical Literature (i)
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Bob Dole was born on July 22, 1923 in Russell, Kansas, the son of Bina M. (née Talbott; 1904–1983) and Doran Ray Dole (1901–1975). Bob Dole's father, who had moved the family to Russell while Dole was still a toddler, earned money by running a small creamery. One of his father's customers was the father of future Senator Arlen Specter.  During the Great Depression, which severely impacted Kansas and its residents, the Dole family moved to the basement of their home and eventually rented out the upper floors to raise money. As a boy, Dole worked as a soda jerk in the local drug store.
Dole graduated from Russell High School in the spring of 1941 and enrolled at the University of...
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University of Phoenix Material
Foundations of the U.S. Federal Government Worksheet
Complete the chart below by identifying the three branches of government and their entities.
True or False
1. The Tenth Amendment limits the power of states. True or False X
2. The Constitution signed in 1787 contained the Bill of Rights. True or False
3. The Constitution...
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Aviation Manufacturing Challenges Post World War II
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Aviation Manufacturing Challenges Post World War II
The American aviation industry was in an uncertain era post World War II (WW2). Aircraft manufacturers were suffering large loses as the demand for planes dropped sharply and the market was flooded. This created more supply than demand. Manufactures expected government sales to decline and braced for it. They hinged their hopes on the need for commercial aviation transportation which never came to fruition (Bright, 1978). The resurgence for the industry came in the form of the jet engine. The Navy, being conservative and...
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Section 1: Short Answer (30 points)
Write multi-sentence responses for the prompts below. Be specific and give examples from the history we have learned.
A. The United States found itself competing with the Soviet Union in the Cold War after 1946. Write ONE paragraph and tell how the tensions started and where in the world this boiled over into confrontation and fighting. (8 points)
The United States and the Soviet Union were, from the very start, ideological enemies. Despite their brief alliance in World War 2, there was no doubt in either government during the closing years of the war that it was only the start of a much larger global war. Thanks to the advent of nuclear weapons...
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1940s movies NOW ARE VERY dramatic and nice to watch with the family. Bert Lahr from the movie “the wizard of oz” played the lion without courage. I found that funny because lions are courageous, brave, and strong. Billie burke, also a wizard of oz character, played the good witch of the north. She helped Dorothy get to the wizard so she can get back to her home in Kansas. Judy garland, the character of Dorothy, was a young girl who cared much about her dog toto. Once when a twister hit they got stuck into the wonderful and awkward world of oz.
1940s music now is so soothing and very enjoyable. Louis Armstrong was a jazz musician who played jazz music on his...
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During the mid-20th century, political and military tensions arose between world powers – the United States and its allies versus the Soviet Union and theirs. The Soviet Union’s desire to build a communist regime was problematic for the United States who wanted to spread the idea of democracy. Upon his election into office in 1953, President Eisenhower’s leadership style was decisive to many Americans as this was the beginning of the early stages of the Cold War. Succeeding Eisenhower, President John F. Kennedy also had to uphold a high level of responsibility especially regarding Vietnam where communist China and Russia sought control.
In the 19th century, France annexed Indo-China....
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Korematsu v. United States
U.S. Supreme Court 1944
In 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Executive Order 9066. This order allowed the United States military to section off parts of the US as military areas. In these areas they were trying to exclude specific groups of people from them. The group they were trying to exclude were the Japanese-Americans because they were believed to be acting as spies and sending signals to enemy submarines. The order requested that many Japanese-Americans leave their homes and business. However, many were forcibly removed from their homes and placed in internment camps during...
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WORLD CIVILIZATION II
Georgia Southwestern State University
Instructor: Dr. Paula J. Martin
Office: BH 325
Office Phone: 229-931-2624
Course Objectives - This course is designed to give the undergraduate student a general understanding of those major cultural, political, scientific, social, and intellectual trends which have appeared in the world from c.1500 to the present. This course will focus on the major civilized traditions of the world. Specific topics have been emphasized and interwoven throughout this course in an attempt to chart the progress of not only different societies as a whole, but the individual as well. For example,...
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United States of America: Dominating the World Military Powers
Since the beginning of time, the strength of the World Leaders is directly affected by the strength of its military. It is nearly impossible for a Nation to be a world “power house” without the strength of a dominating military force. This statement holds truth when you look at the United States military and how it has shaped the balance of the United States’ influence throughout the world. Although the United States military force has constantly changed over the years; it still remains as the driving force behind the machine known as the United States. America’s military force has always been a threat, and began to emerge...
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D Day: The Battle of Normandy
The Battle of Normandy or “D-Day” was the beginning of the end World War II. With over 20,000 American lives lost in a span of one single day, it was the bloodiest battle to date that the Americans have ever been involved in.
The allied forces were made up of American, British, Polish, Canadian, and Free French Armies all under the command of General Eisenhower. General Eisenhower was named the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces by President Roosevelt in December 1943. At which point he dedicated all his available time to planning the invasion of France. (Williams, 2000)
Several years of meticulous planning went into every detail of the...
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During the Vietnam War the US Field Artillery had to change their tactics and weaponry to fight an unconventional war that they were not used to. This was also the first war that the United States had fought where the terrain helped the enemy greatly which helped the change come even faster.
The NVA did not have a line of troops but instead operated in smaller groups all around the units. They could mass together and attack from any direction. In order to combat this, the Army split areas of operation between divisions. The divisions than divided it between brigades, brigades to battalions, and battalions to companies. This affected the Artillery in many ways. They could not mass their...
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HISTORY OF HEALTH INSURNCE
I stopped for a moment to imagine an average Americana’s world without a health insurance, what will become of such individual when the need for healthcare beckons? How will such individual offset the outrageous bill of healthcare? Health insurance is used in America to describe any program that helps pay for medical bills through the following: privately purchased and social insurance or a social welfare program usually powered by the government. Simply put, health insurance is any form of insurance that provides protection by offsetting the actual costs of medical services.
Before the onset of federal government’s intervention on health insurance, it can be...
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Historical Terms and Concepts to Know *Who, what, where, why, when, how, so what?
Council of Trent
Thirty Years’ War
Siege of Vienna
Society of Jesus
Treaty of Westphalia
balance of power
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A computer is a general-purpose device that can be programmed to carry out a set of arithmetic or logical operations automatically. Since a sequence of operations can be readily changed, the computer can solve more than one kind of problem.
Conventionally, a computer consists of at least one processing element, typically a central processing unit (CPU), and some form of memory. The processing element carries out arithmetic and logic operations, and a sequencing and control unit can change the order of operations in response to stored information. Peripheral devices allow information to be retrieved from an external source, and the result of operations saved and retrieved.
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Miss Ever’s Boys Bioethical Writing Assignment
In the movie “Miss Ever’s Boys”, the public health service decided in 1932 to conduct a study in Macon County, Alabama to examine the sequences of untreated syphilis in African-American patients by using the facilities of the Tuskegee Institute. African-American people, who lived in poverty and lacked the medical health care were told that they would be given some financial and food assistances and free examinations for “bad blood” a term used to refer to syphilis. Hundreds of African-American were involved in what was known as “The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male”. Though the study was never revealed or explained to...
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Born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, Anne Frank lived in Amsterdam with her family during World War II. Fleeing Nazi persecution of Jews, the family went into hiding for two years; during this time, Frank wrote about her experiences and wishes. She was 15 when the family was found and sent to the camps, where she died. Her work, The Diary of Anne Frank, has gone on to be read by millions.
Holocaust victim and famous diarist Anne Frank was born Annelies Marie Frank on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. Her mother was Edith Frank, and her father, Otto Frank, was a lieutenant in the German army during World War I, later becoming a businessman in...
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While the Cold War lasted for over forty years and ended with a resounding defeat of communism, it faded into a confrontation of proxies and indirect sparring. The buildup to the Cuban Missile Crisis was drawn out and measured in the diplomatic battles that were waged. Although the Cold War started after the end of World War II, it was the Cuban Missile Crisis that brought the world to the brink of a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union.
Most historians mark the start of the Cold War on February 4, 1945 at the Yalta Conference between Josef Stalin, Winston Churchill, and Franklin Roosevelt. At this point in the war, Stalin had a 12 million-man army with 300...
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May 3, 2015
The Syrian Civil War has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. Since 2011, protests and attacks have been a daily occurrence, and the regime of Bashar Al-Assad has done what it believed was necessary to stop rebel forces and end protests. As such, Assad has committed many questionable, at best, and criminal, at worst, actions against the civilians of Syria in an effort to stop the rebels. The indiscriminate warfare Assad has used against Syrian citizens is shown in multiple international doctrines as illegal, and is thus a war crime, which should be prosecuted.
The Statue of the International Criminal...
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Cabrera, Ray. "Colorado Teen Pleads Guilty in Plan to Join ISIS." CNN. January 1, 1970. Accessed September 11, 2014.
A Colorado teen is arrested and pleaded guilty in joining the ISIS. The ISIS, also known as The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is a Sunni jihadist group in the Middle East. They self proclaimed themselves as a caliphate. They claim religious authority over all the Muslims in the world and brings them under it’s political control beginning with Iraq, Syria and some other countries in the Levant region which includes Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Cyprus, and a part of southern Turkey. Shannon Conley’s plan was to join the ISIS and serve as a nurse at a jihadist camp...
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Part 1: Description of This Building
Olympiapark is a Postmodern collection of buildings located in Munich, Germany and was constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympics. Olympiapark consists of 4 main areas: Olympic area, village, media city, and park. The main focus of my paper is on Olympic Stadium which is pictured above. The design for Olympiapark was chosen through a national competition that was won by the German architect Günter Behnisch’s design company Behnisch und Partner. The 1 square mile area where Olympiapark was built at that time was known as Oberwiesenfeld (‘upper meadow-field’). Oberwiesenfeld before that was a dumping area for World War II debris and a landing strip. The...