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41: All Quiet On The Western Front
... and the other young men of his generation were cut off from life just as they had begun to love it. The older soldiers have jobs and families to which they can return after the war. They will forget the trenches and the death, but the young men have nothing definite to which they can set their sights. Their past lives are vague, unreal dreams. During the training, Paul and his ... Paul to give his boots to Muller. Kemmerich begins to cry silently and refuses to respond to Paul's attempts at conversation. He dies within minutes, and Paul takes his boots to Muller. Commentary Before World War I, wars generally did not involve non- stop fighting over a period of years. Often, the armies were comprised of hired mercenaries, or professionals who fought seasonally. The opening of the novel portrays a ...
42: America's involvement in World War Two
America's involvement in World War Two When war broke out , there was no way the world could possibly know the severity of this guerre. Fortunately one country saw and understood that Germany and its allies would have to be stopped. America's ...
43: US Generals Of WWII
World War II was a critical period for America, not to mention the world as well. Throughout all the fighting and bloodshed, Americans returned home successful. Over 700,000 soldiers were disabled after the war, thankful for their lives. All the success and happiness of this country wouldn’ ...
44: The United States' Involvement In World War 2
The United States' Involvement In World War 2 The United States involvement in World War II was key to the Allies’ success in the war. By the United States providing economic support to their Allies, denying support to the enemy, distributing information, creating key strategies and putting forth ...
45: Atomic Bomb
The atomic bomb ended a war of massive death and destruction, but began an age exercising the same principles: the Atomic Age. At the time of the disasters in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the bomb appeared as a promise of peace to the entire world. It had ended a costly and gruesome war, beginning a time of pacification and repose. Compared to the technology of 1945, the atomic bomb looked too powerful and unethical ever to be used again. It was seen as the weapon that would ...
46: Diad Germany Cause WW1?
Did Germany cause World War 1? Although in the Treaty of Versailles Germany was to accept full responsibility for World War 1 this in not necessarily the case. Many factors have to be taken into account when considering the cause of World War 1. Germany may have been primarily responsible for the war but ...
47: Art
Art From stick figures in the sand and the earliest animals painted and carved in stone, people worldwide have reacted to the world by making images. The fundamental goal of art, especially in the past, was to convey meaning and express important ideas, revealing what was significant to every society, by arresting images. In recognizing the subject matter ... have to learn the background surrounding the artist when the work was created- the social and historical conditions of the time and the philosophical views which affected the way in which the artist viewed the world. (Russell, 1984) Art is as varied as the life from which it springs and each artist portrays different aspects of the world they know. Briefly, it may be said that artists paint to discover truth and to create order. The creators of art make discoveries about the wonders and beauty of nature and the dignity and ...
48: World War I and Bringing People Together
World War I and Bringing People Together George Creel, was correct when he said World War I "welded the people together into one white-hot mass instinct of fraternity, devotion, courage, and distribution of wealth between the classes, harmony, and tolerance, launching the nation into a decade of peace, ...
49: World War I
World War I World War I, the supposed "war to end all wars" was anything but that. Previously actively involved in foreign disputes, the United States reversed its role as mediator and refused to get involved in the ...
50: Clausewitz And The Nature Of W
Clausewitz and the Nature of War In seeking out the fundamental nature of Clausewitz's own mature theories, perhaps the best place to start is with some of the most common misconceptions of his argument. Such misconceptions are almost always the product of writers who either never read On War (or read only the opening paragraphs or perhaps a condensation) or who sought intentionally (for propaganda purposes) to distort its content. The book's specific arguments are very clearly stated and rarely difficult to comprehend. The first of these misconceptions is the notion that Clausewitz considered war to be a "science."*1 Another (and related) misconception is that he considered war to be entirely a rational tool of state policy. The first idea is drastically wrong, the second only one side ...

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