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51: Saddam, Iraq, And The Gulf War
War, justifiable or not, is complete madness. It is hell. No matter what the cause, or what the reason is, war remains mankind’s greatest source of tragedy, the plague of mankind, and the plague of this country. Our country has existed for only 200 years, a relatively short time, and already we have been involved in over eleven major wars. Four have been fought this last fifty years. We are a nation of freedom, but we are also a nation of strong military presence. Our reasons for going to war have differed little from most nations. Political, social, and economic factors working alone or with each other lead us into all of our conflicts. A drive for independence brought on the Revolutionary war. A ...
52: Vietnam War - The War We Should Have Won
The Vietnam War is one of the most disgraceful periods in American history. Not only did the greatest superpower in the world get bested by an almost third-world nation, but we lost badly. Perhaps this war could have been won, or even prevented in the first place. The United States could have and should have won this war, with a combination of ...
53: Canada- Facts And Figures
... half of all degrees conferred. Canada's school system: a national asset The Canadian belief in education is general and deep. And this belief is reflected in a considerable financial commitment: Canada ranks among the world's leaders in per capita spending on public education. Canada maintains this level of investment because it continues to generate healthy returns. Almost everywhere, the quality of education is directly related to the quality of ... powerful contributor to the country's favourable standard of living, its growth of opportunity, and its reputation as a place where intellectual accomplishment is fostered and profitably pursued. Canada Canada's Landmass Canada is the world's second-largest country (9 970 610 km2), surpassed only by the Russian Federation. Capital Ottawa, in the province of Ontario. Provinces and Territories Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories, each with its own ... as speech, association, and peaceful assembly. National Emblem The maple leaf has been associated with Canada for some time: in 1868, it figured in coats of arms granted to Ontario and Quebec; and in both world wars, it appeared on regimental badges. Since the 1965 introduction of the Canadian flag, the maple leaf has become the country's most important symbol. The Canadian Flag Several people participated in designing the ...
54: Warfare Technology
In today’s world war plays a very important role in people’s lives. Some of these wars date as far back as the Roman Empire and Alexander the Great, while others are just being born and brought to the doorstep of the world. In 1939 this world was introduced to World War II. Although this war was based in Europe, it would touch the lives of people in every continent across the world, and have a massive ...
55: The Lexus And The Olive Trees
: The Lexus and The Olive Tree Summary: Opening Scene: The World Is Ten Years Old. The trouble spread to one continent after another like a virus. USA Today On December 8, 1997, the government of Thailand shut down 56 of their countries finance houses. These finance ... out of practically all the Southeast Asian emerging markets, driving down the value of currencies in South Korea, Malaysia and Indonesia. Southeast Asian slowdown began to have an important effect on commodity prices around the world, including Russia. Too many of Russia s factories couldn t make anything of value. Without much of a growing economy, the Russian government became dependent on taxes from crude oil and other commodity exports to ... its operating budget. The hedge funds the huge unregulated pools of private capital that search the globe for the best investments were the transmission device from Russia to all the other arising markets in the world, particularly Brazil. The declines in Brazil and the other emerging markets became the delivery that triggered a herdlike stampede into U.S. Treasury bonds. The abrupt drop in the yield on U.S. Treasury ...
56: British Appeasement
After World War I Germany limped back, licking its wounds that the Treaty of Versailles had so mercilessly rubbed in salt. As one looks back on the events leading up to World War II it has to be asked whether France and England helped to start World War II by their actions at Versailles. It seems that the revenge that the Allies took at the Treaty ...
57: The U.S. Entering World War II
The U.S. Entering World War II "A date that will live in infamy," (Snyder 33) was what President Franklin Delano Roosevelt called December 7, 1941. It was a calm Sunday morning at Pearl Harbor on the island of Oahu. Then ... the base by surprise due to the Americans' tradition of not working on Sunday's. As the bombs fell, so did all the chances of the United States not joining the Allies in the second world war that was raging in Europe and the western Pacific. Up to that point the U.S. had just been supporting the Allies but they weren't technically at war with the Axis powers. ...
58: The Rise and Fall of American Communism
... During the twentieth century, the popularity of the American Communist party was fueled less by its beliefs, than by the Government’s ever-more-antagonistic attitude toward foreign influences in America. After the armistice of World War I, disillusioned by the political and social turmoil abroad, the United States sought to unify its people, and to eliminate foreign influences that might prevent the formation of a single American stream of thought. Since ... its attack on alien ideas while attending to the depression, itself, and the fact that the ideals of communism offered hope to Americans, who suddenly found themselves homeless and jobless. The advent of the Second World War and the Korean War, however, once again heightened the American government’s desire to control public opinion so as to increase the effectiveness of the American war-machine. This time, the government’s ...
59: Germany's Role in World War One
Germany's Role in World War One In the early 1900's, there was much stress in Europe. Imperial competition, a strong feeling of nationalism and the fear of war, caused countries to ally with one another. Also, fear of an arms race further increased this tension and contributed to the outburst of war. Although Germany could be held most responsible for causing World ...
60: Five Imporant Events Of The 19
Five Important Events of the 1960s Assassinations During the 1960s the world was hit with four different assassinations of some of the leaders in the world who were out to change the way things were. Although some disagreed to the changes that they were trying to do and even threatened them, they still continued to pursue their idea of change. Ngo ... Ngo Dinh Nhu. The major effect of Ngo Dinh Diem’s assassination was that it led North Vietnam to its victory over South Vietnam because of political confusion caused by the assassination during the Vietnam War. It also led to the expansion of the NLF, which aided the North Vietnamese in over throwing the South Vietnamese government during the Vietnam War. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was elected president in 1961 he ...

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