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  • Religious Difference Present Within A Country
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    Wars are constantly being fought in the world. Bloodshed had taken place as top leaders ponder their every move in their game of victories and conquests. Behind each and every war that has taken place, there will always be a reason for it. The most predominant causes are greed and rising ambitions. Greed is inborn and present in the character of every human being. Hence we can see unscrupulous leaders, at the expense of the people, go to wars as a result of their quest for power and territorial ...
  • World War II
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    World War II, was a global military conflict that, in terms of lives lost and material destruction, was the most devastating war in human history. Military operations in World War I were conducted primarily on the European continent. But World War II included gigantic skirmishes not only in Europe but in Asia, Africa, and the far-flung islands of the Pacific as well. "Part of the catastrophe is indicated by total battle deaths: 16,698,775 soldiers, sailors, and airmen gave their lives (Reeder 3)...
  • George's Charm With Editha
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    The Trophy Husband Editha meets her fianc'e under rather boring and lackluster circumstances. She is seeking her knight in shining armor. She wants to experience the high of being in love. Upon meeting there was no magic or electricity in the air. Her fianc'e, George Gears on was simply a male friend and in a moment that she could not take back, she had accepted his proposal of marriage. This woman, not satisfied with this relationship chooses to change it. Editha sets into motion a plan of acti...
  • Congo's Civil War
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    The recent Civil War in Congo has been a bloody flight, causing more then 3.3 million deaths in just 4 short years. 1 Various rebel and ethnic groups have have been involved in the violence, fighting over Congo's rich natural resources or engaged in a bitter ethnic war. With so many opposing factions, it has made reaching a solution difficult. While a rough peace treaty has been established, sporadic fighting pops up in the country everyday. The people of Congo are being pushed farther into pove...
  • Leader Like Ayatollah Khomeini
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    Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988) Hypothesis Probably the most logical explanation is that there has been a conflict that is decades old, that comes from, religious differences to territorial and power ambitions. This war is a war that is not going to stop until both countries solve their internal affairs, because the historical background that this two countries have is not an easy one. I think that the only way to fully achieve peace between these two countries is, for them to come to an agreement reg...
  • Use Of Archers In War
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    The Evolution Of Warfare Throughout The Renaissance To The Age Of Religious Wars During the age of religious wars, leading to the Renaissance, warfare drastically changed. Strategies, weapons; the whole art itself was reshaped by the contact with other peoples and the strive to attain more power. Before this time, fighting was restricted to all the Medieval straitjacket would allow. "Wars" consisted mostly of the small forces of feudal nobles in their squeamish attempts to obtain more land. Once...
  • Two Major Militia Groups
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    The Government's Integrity According to Webster's dictionary a militia is "all able-bodied male citizens between 18 and 45 years old who are not already members of regular armed forces". If only it was that simple. Individual fear of government corruption has lead to a wide spread militia movement. This movement has been going on ever since the early 80's and is growing stronger today. In the beginning there were only two major militia groups: The Order, and the Posse Comitatus. "The Order was t...
  • Boche's Trench
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    Creative Writing - World War I: Letter Home Dear Mum, How are you getting on? I hope that Dad's cold is better. Send my best wishes to everyone! I am writing to you from the barracks of our regiment. My training is going well; I have many good friends here, and although the training I have been getting is necessary, I cannot wait to finish it, and get out to the Front, because the chances are that the war will be over within a few months, and I want to get a good chance to have my go at the Boch...
  • Doob The Definition Of Patriotism
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    Patriotism I believe that patriotism is a belief or feeling of pride in one's own country. That is what I believed the definition of patriotism to be before I researched anything on the topic. People can argue all day long about the subject of patriotism, since it can sometimes be such a vague subject and they probably do not quite know what the definition of patriotism to be. When I first started to research patriotism I figured no better place to look up a definition then in the Webster Dictio...
  • Wwi And Wwii
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    I am sure that everyone can agree that war is a terrible thing. Even so, wars are very complex and interesting. There are many facets that one can explore about wars. For instance, one is the similarities and differences of the causes of World War I and World War II... Another interesting thing to talk about when you think of wars would be all the different countries involved, belligerent or peaceful. Probably the final thing that you should compare and contrast would be how each of the wars end...
  • Usa And Ussr
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    why did the Berlin blockade happen in 1948 and at no other time since 1917? A Cold War is a war fought indirectly. They are fought in ways that avoid direct conflict. We are studying the Cold War between the USA and the USSR and one of the ways in which they fought was the 'Space Race'. USA and USSR competed to see who could get the first man into space or land on the moon. There was a 'Nuclear Arms Race' to see who could get the most nuclear weapons after World War 2 and during the Vietnam War,...
  • Responsible For War
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    The ideology of who is responsible for any war is always a delicate subject. When dealing with a World War, such as World War I, it is not only a fine issue but is also controversial and highly disputed one. Many authors have attempted to present an argument for the culpability of one country over another, two authors being Sidney B. Fay and Fritz Fischer. Sidney B. Fay presents the culpability of many countries while trying to shy away from the blame of Germany. Fay indicates that each and ever...
  • Four Causes For World War
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    World War I wasn't started because of one problem but of several problems. The countries had problems with each other before the war exploded. I found that those problems could " ve been avoided for there wouldn't be a war. There were four causes for World War I. One of the causes was the indirect cause that was that imperialism made countries competitive for land and resources, which caused tension between them. Nationalism made people believe that their country the best and it had the countrie...
  • Second War
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    You though the War was over... ? You thought wrong! WWI was not the war to end all Wars. After the first world war ended the world was filled with corruptions and sorrow. Then to avoid these kind of devastating conflict countries began to makes leagues and treaties to make the world safer and calm. So the winners thought they did their job and made this world peaceful, but they were wrong since the losers of the war suffered from the punishment of losing and they swore revenge upon the Allies (t...

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