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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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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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sharing is that it requires the specification of a sharing
parameter ( ). Though there has been some work on
dynamic sizing of the sharing parameter , a parameter-
less diversity-preservation mechanism is desirable.
In this paper, we address all of these issues and propose an
improved version of NSGA, which we call NSGA-II. From the
simulation results on a number of difficult test problems, we find
that NSGA-II outperforms two other contemporary MOEAs:
Pareto-archived evolution strategy (PAES)  and strength-
Pareto EA (SPEA)  in terms of finding a diverse set of solutions
and in converging near the true Pareto-optimal set.
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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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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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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
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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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|$ 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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global leader in high energy adrenaline packed sporting adventures built on a passion for sports, adventure and the thrilling need for unlimited excitement in a sporting lifestyle.” Mission, Action Adventures mission is to be the most successful vacation adventure planning company in the world at delivering the best customer experience in markets we serve while also expanding on global adventures. In doing so, Action Adventures will meet customer expectations of the highest quality, leading technology, competitive pricing, individual and company accountability, best in class, service and support and flexible customization capabilities. Action Adventures purpose is to provide high quality
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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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1. (a) Discuss the term ‘Continuing Guarantee’. How can it be revoked?
b) State briefly the rights and obligations of a bailee.
2. (a) What do you understand by the term Implied ‘Authority of a partner’?
(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?
(b) Distinguish between --
(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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to the free market system.
Kulshrestha, S. (2010). Wartime Rationing During World War II and the Effect of Public Opinion in Great Britain and Austria - Student Pulse. Retrieved from http://www.studentpulse.com/articles/339/wartime-rationing-during-world-war-ii-and-the-effect-of-public-opinion-in-great-britain-and-austria
Mises on Rationing and Price Controls in WW2 - Online Library of Liberty. (2014, April 10). Retrieved from http://oll.libertyfund.org/pages/mises-on-rationing-and-price-controls-in-ww2
World War II Rationing. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1674.html
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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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the Counter-Reformation (New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc.), 25. 4. Hilliam, Phillip II, 12. th 5. John P. McKay et al, A History of World Societies, 8 ed., Vol. II: Since 1500 (New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s), 471. 6. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 117. 7. Hilliam, Phillip II, 25, 95. 8. Hilliam, Phillip II, 85, 96. 9. Hilliam, Phillip II, 91. 10. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 128. 11. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 657. 12. Peter Pierson, the History of Spain. (Westport: Greenwood Press), 67-69 13. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 656. 14. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 120. 15. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 121, 123, 130, 731. 16. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 121. 17. Wilson, Thirty Years War, 123. 18. Wilson
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with white hair, portraying wisdom. He also wore a suit and tie, displaying class and integrity. These characteristics, coupled with the “I Want YOU” text, showed the real and desperate need for self-sacrifice and service within the American people. This poster was first printed during World War I, and it inspired many to join the military. There was not a desperate need for soldiers at that time, however; it was more of a call to join a glorious “band of brothers” and to win a name for yourself in the war. When the poster revived in World War II, however, there was a very real need for soldiers. The United States used this poster to bring out a sense of responsibility within the people of the
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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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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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of World War II.
The American Heritage® New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. Retrieved August 24, 2014, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/nationalism
Rowe, D. M. (2005). The Tragedy of Liberalism How Globalization Caused the First World War. Security Studies, 14(3), 407-447. doi:10.1080/09636410500323153
State Department website. http://history.state.gov/milestones/1914-1920/wwi
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. The discovery of the New World, the Thirty Years’ War in Europe and the invasion by the French and Bavarian negatively impacted the city up to the 19th century; Ulm’s fortifications were destroyed and the city lost its status of being an imperial city. With the help of industrialization in the second half of the 19th century, Ulm regained its strength and transformed into an important industrial center, expanding beyond its medieval walls. During World War II, a large area of Ulm’s medieval city center was destroyed; consequently, the bombings caused thousands of people to become homeless. After the war, in the 1950s and 60s, Ulm was rebuild, and important landmarks restored. The city is known for the world’s highest church steeple, the fishermen quarter with its cobblestone alleys, a remaining section of the medieval city wall and various buildings showing off architectural skills from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
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to get onto the plane. In the middle of all this is Rick's cafe. Rick's former love Ilsa comes to Casablanca on her way to America and discovers Rick to be a resident there. The love triangle between Ilsa, her husband Laszlo, and Rick keeps the viewer in suspense until the very last minutes of the movie.
The movie took place in 1942 and was based around World War II, which in reality was taking place as they filmed. It was because of the war that Rick and Ilsa were separated, and this was an idea that was not so farfetched and something that the audience could identify with. This was important because it captivated the audience and drew them in to see if Rick and Ilsa's undying love
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George Steiner, ‘On Modern Tragedy’, from The Death of Tragedy
(London : Faber), pp. 303-24.
Jean Genet, Reflections on Theatre (London: Faber), chapter 2: ‘The
Strange Word Urb…’ pp.63-74.
Naturalism, expressionism in theatre; Forms of realism in European drama;
Politics, social change and theatre,; Performance and text; Avant Garde
drama; Tragedy and notion of heroism in post-war European drama.
Paper 20: English Literature 5 (ii)
Heart of Darkness
Sons and Lovers
Contemporary Literature (ii)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Chronicle of a Death
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automotive technology for the company. Competition in the American automobile marketplace was putting a great deal of pressure on the company to develop new features and even new paint colors (Henry Ford was famously known for refusing to offer any color other than black on Ford automobiles). Ford was apt to answer the call with a completely redesigned Model A and the first commercially successful V8 engine in 1932 (Company).
Ford was an enthusiastic participant in the American war effort in World War II. The company halted manufacturing of consumer automobiles and instead directed its attention to manufacturing for the war. Ford manufactured tanks, trucks, engines, jeeps, airplanes, parts
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African Americans transitioned from volunteer service members to career military men, the potential for combat action increased. Through the end of the nineteenth century, thirty-two black soldiers and sailors earned the medal while serving in the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War, and the intervening peacetime years. The most significant of these men were the eighteen "Buffalo Soldiers" and scouts, men like sergeants Moses Williams and John Warrior, who, in a bitter twist of fate, helped conquer the western frontier from 1866–1890. (Notably, while the Medal of Honor today is reserved for only combat feats of heroism, prior to World War II the Navy awarded two versions of the medal, one of
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8. The legislative branch is composed of which of the following:
a. The House of Representatives and Senate
b. The president and vice president
c. The Supreme Court
d. All state constitutions
9. The First Amendment of the Constitution regards which of the following:
a. The right to keep and bear arms
b. The right to trial by jury in civil cases
c. Limiting the power of the federal government
d. Freedom of religion, of speech, of the press, to assemble, and to petition
10. The modern-day structure of categorical federal grants-in-aid came into being
a. at the end of World War II
b. in the 1930s
c. soon after the Civil War
d. in the mid-1960s X
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Kansas the following fall. Dole had been a star high school athlete in Russell, and influential Kansas basketball coach Phog Allen traveled to Russell to recruit him to play for the basketball team. While at KU, Dole played for the basketball team, the track team, and the football team. In football, Dole played at the end position, earning varsity letters in 1942 and 1944. While in college, he joined the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, and in 1970 was bestowed with the Fraternity's "Man of the Year" honor. Dole's pre-med studies at KU were interrupted by World War II. After the war, he returned to become a law student. Dole attended the University of Arizona from 1948 to 1951 and earned both his LLB and BA degrees from Washburn University in 1952. Dole was initiated as a Freemason of Russell Lodge No. 177, Russell, Kansas on April 19, 1955.
Dole grew up in a house at 1035 North Maple in Russell (38.895352°N 98.861034°W) and it remained his official residence throughout his political career
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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
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them. Finally, the important things are the shoes. These shoes are so beautiful, sassy, and comfortable. These shoes will blow your mind when you see them, but most importantly when you put them on.
~america at war~
The war in this time was caused because of the bombing of pearl harbor. That caused world war ii or wwii. During this time franklin d. Roosevelt or fdr was the president. He was being elected into his third term as president when Britain was being bombed by Germany.
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they otherwise would have had. Overall it was a great way to give back to the soldiers and boost the economy and middle class at the same time.
Section 2: Essay (30 points)
In this section, you will show your knowledge of the content by constructing a three-paragraph essay. Remember to use examples from this unit, be specific, and follow proper paragraph- and essay-writing conventions.
Write a three- paragraph essay in answer to this question: How did the Cold War affect political and economic life in Europe?
Organize your thoughts around these questions:
What situation in 1945 made it necessary for the victors in World War II to decide questions about Europe?
How did mistrust between former allies affect developments in postwar Europe?
How did the need to rebuild after the war affect the choices made by the US and the Soviet Union?
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. However, during World War II, France was overrun and became occupied by the Japanese. Indochinese nationalists opposed to both Japan and France, and joined forces to create an independent movement called Vietminh. This movement was controlled by communists despite the objections of the nationalists. The movement was led by Moscow who trained Ho Chi Minh. After World War II, France promised independence to Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, three states under the Indochina regime; with the Vietminh movement proven to be independent without France’s offers, tension arose among communist China and democratic United States. This dispute led to the Geneva Conference: Truce for Indochina.
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Readings: Worlds of History pp. 826-867
Week XII Finish Colonialism and Section Review
Exam III (Thursday, April 5th)
Week XIII World War I
Readings: Mussolini What is Fascism 1932
Worlds of History pp. 903-941
Week XIV World War II
Readings: Worlds of History pp. 942-980
Week XV Surfacing from the Wreckage: The Cold War
The Authority of Science
What about the Future?
Readings: Donna Haraway: “A Cyborg Manifesto” (Handout)
Final Check University Finals Schedule in RAIN
* Please note that the lecture schedule is not set in stone and may be modified as needed.
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World War II. Frank Korematsu, a US-born man of Japanese descent, knowingly resisted the order to be relocated. Korematsu was later arrested and convicted for remaining in a “Military Area.” His case went to the Supreme Court where it was decided that exclusion orders based on Executive Order 9066 were in fact constitutional. Therefore, his conviction was upheld.
Does Congress and the Executive possess the power to exclude persons of racial minority groups from a areas in the United States?
The Supreme Court affirmed the conviction of Korematsu for violating the exclusion order forcing all persons of Japanese ancestry from designated military areas. The strict scrutiny
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to the forefront during the 20th century; it wasn’t until the turn of the 21st century that its true power was exerted. This paper will discuss: America’s rise to military “glory” during the 20th century, its present state, and what must be done in order to preserve it status as a world power in the future.
Rise to Military Dominance
At the turn of the 21st century, the United States military was at a standstill in terms of military action; especially when compared to the 20th century. The 20th Century was the “bloodiest, costliest century of warfare in human history”; with major conflicts happening seemingly every day. World War I and II, a large number of major revolutions; along with
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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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possibilities for creating a national health insurance program, this was embedded in Roosevelt’s belief that no country could be strong when its inhabitants are sick and impoverished. Unfortunately, the project was left aside because the American Medical Association (AMA) vociferously opposed it, along with all forms of health insurance at that time.
In the United States, health insurance started in the 1930’s during the era of great depression as a private initiative. Here, hospitals and physicians device forms of insurance as means to assure payments for services they rendered. Then the advent of World War II in conjunction with the growth of labor movement and the federal tax code all bolstered the
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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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placed under operational control of a Field Artillery battalion headquarters in that area and received support from that unit and its parent unit when it could.
Some of the weapons had to change to fight this new enemy. One of the first pieces that were changed out was the M101A1 that had been in use since World War II. Its replacement was the M102 and arrived to the 1st Battalion, 21st Field Artillery in March of 1966. The M102 was by far the more superior weapon. What made such a superior weapon was that it was about 2000 lbs lighter which allowed them to carry more ammunition during heliborne operations. Another plus was that it could towed around with only a ¾ ton vehicle rather than a 2
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them. The disease was never treated even when penicillin became available.
The subjects of Penicillin were not afforded the option of getting the shots because depending on the stage of syphilis, penicillin may not be a safe treatment option. They did point to the first study-in-nature that in some people syphilis goes away without treatments. I think it would be unethical today for researchers to conduct an experiment in which some people with syphilis would receive treatments and others wouldn’t. I believe the judging of the Tuskegee study wasn’t fair considering things were different in the 1940s. However, they should have made the African-Americans aware of their real medical status and information about penicillin. The military was even affected by syphilis. Some African-American men were given penicillin upon joining the military during World War II.
All in all, they never found a cure for syphilis other than penicillin.
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analog computers started appearing in the first century and were later used in the medieval era for astronomical calculations. In World War II, mechanical analog computers were used for specialized military applications such as calculating torpedo aiming. During this time the first electronic digital computers were developed. Originally they were the size of a large room, consuming as much power as several hundred modern personal computers (PCs).
Modern computers based on integrated circuits are millions to billions of times more capable than the early machines, and occupy a fraction of the space. Computers are small enough to fit into mobile devices, and mobile computers can be powered by small batteries. Personal computers in their various forms are icons of the Information Age and are what most people consider as “computers.” However, the embedded computers found in many devices from MP3 players to fighter aircraft and from electronic toys to industrial robots are the most numerous.
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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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Assad’s forces carried out the attack on the convoy (Deutsch 2014).
Precedent of Military Tribunals
Nuremberg trials were a series of military tribunals held by the Allied forces after World War II. The tribunal was responsible for trying 23 of the surviving highest-ranking leaders of the Third Reich for crimes committed during the Holocaust. The concept for the Nuremberg trials came from the Leipzig War Crimes Trials held after World War I (Solis 1999). The International Military Tribunal was opened on November 19, 1945, in the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg. The first session was presided over by the Soviet judge, Nikitchenko. The prosecution entered indictments against 24 major war
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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
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war-ravaged Middle Eastern nation. There is no other way to look at this issue because you may never know who and how many people are planned or is planning to join the ISIS.
Some historical parallels are from the American Revolutionary war where Benedict Arnold betrayed the U.S. to be with the British army. Another one is in World War II where German spies came to U.S. land. The overall summary of this article is that I am not surprised at all about U.S. citizens that may be associated and working for the ISIS. I am sure there are many more than thousands in this country. It could be your neighbor, or even a person who you see in school. You may never know. The U.S should be more cautious about this situation. Any person with any suspicious act of terrorism should be reported and watched carefully, but then again you may never know.
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Sony Corporation, generally referred to as Sony, is a famous Japanese company. Masaru Ibuka who was a defense contractor and Akio Morita who was a former naval lieutenant and physicist founded Sony on May 7, 1946 after World War II (Rebuilding from ashes 2011). It was also stated that at first Sony was established as Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation. In the beginning, Sony didn’t get good feedbacks for their first products but they were not discouraged. They were determined to achieve their goals and now they have given a positive impact to today’s society.
The founder of Sony, Akio Morita and Masaru Ibuka met each other during World War II (Rebuilding from ashes 2011
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on his life and explain why things happened. This makes the mood calm, r
introspective, and cathartic
. At the end, the mood changes to happiness. We learn that Eddie did
save the little girl and the readers feel joyful for Eddie as he makes peace with himself.
Explain the Climax or “turning point” of your book:
The Climax happens almost at the end of the book
when Eddie finds out that he was
responsible for Tala's death in the Philippines during World War II. Tala, a young girl, is the fifth
person that Eddie meets in Heaven. She says, "You burn me. You make me fire" (188). When
Eddie escaped the prison camp, along with his comrades, he