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WHY THE U.S. JOINED WORLD WAR I

1917. The overt, and simple, explanation for Americas entry into the European conflict was the May, 1915 sinking of the Bri...

Wilfred Owen/"Dulce et Decorum Est"

This essay pertains to Wilfred Owen's poem, which captures the horror of World War I. Five pages in length, seven sources are cite...

The Central Reasons for the Onset of the First World War

history who have sought to elevate themselves by conquering others, including not only Napoleon, but also Hitler, Genghis Khan, Iv...

All Quiet on the Western Front & Iraq

by the reality of war. Their psyches have been reduced to the common denominator that is dictated by whatever has to be done in or...

Qantas Early Development

Arthur Baird joined the pair - McMaster as a source of funding and a link to wealthy potential investors, Baird as aircraft mechan...

A Personal View of The End of Victory Culture

In this five page paper the writer explores the book by Tom Engelhardt from a personal perspective. Insight is provided as to how...

The Causes and Results of World War I

began when Austria-Hungary believed that the newly enlarged, Russian-backed, Serbia was a paramount threat to its security. This w...

The Reasons Cited for the Onset of World War I

Russia and Britain signed a treaty, Russia joined the Entente. Russias entrance into the war was due to this Entente and their goa...

Pacifist Manifesto All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

in six pages this research paper argues that this novel featuring soldiers during First World War combat is a pacifist work that e...

War Attitudes Expressed in All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

In five pages this paper considers the author's attitudes regarding war as reflected in the First World War soldiers in the novel ...

Second World War's Mythological Nature

In four pages this paper examines the myths associated with the Second World War in an analysis of Michael C.C. Adams' The Best Wa...

A Consideration of American History from 1865 until 1945

The important events that shaped America including slavery, the Reconstruction, political patronage, industrialization, the Progre...

Times of War, Art, and Music

In eight pages this paper examines the music and art popular during war times in a consideration of Tim O'Brien's Going After Cacc...

The Causes of the Second World War

was a large-scale economic collapse throughout the world following World War I, which led to the rise of fascism throughout Europe...

U.S. Wars and Artillery Uses

materiel that were used during each war. The first war to be fought by Americans, and on American soil was the American...

Causes of War

causes were paramount in the instigation of World War I, but these factors alone would not have been sufficient to cause a war wit...

Economic Stimulation of War

period of three or four years after each of these short wars, despite the fact that millions of women were unemployed after World ...

A World War II Submarines History

crushing power of the round balls had no match in the newly designed projectile typesii, the rapid revolution in this area could b...

Tone Setting Early 20th Century Conflicts

Revolution-and the movements even before that date-is considered relevant to the rest of the century. Russia would come into its o...

America's Wars

Congressional approval for armed intervention and in 1898 the Spanish-American War began (Trask, 2002). This is one of many confl...

The Causes of the Second World War

The writer argues that the basic cause of World War II was World War I. The paper also argues that the Great Depression did not ca...

Churchill/The Gathering Storm

describes how and why the disastrous ramifications of the Treaty of Versailles set up the conditions that generated continued conf...

Giving Orders in World War I

Four of the most influential senior commanders in World War I were Colonel-General Helmuth von Moltke of Germany, General Philippe...

Central European Politics from 1910 to 1939 and Modernist Art

of art. Europes turbulent, social and political changes offered (and still offer) suitable conditions for artistic temperament to ...

Factors Leading to the First World War

In six pages this paper discusses the factors that led to the First World War, the U.S. involvement, and how these issues would al...

Armor Development

broke down and even when they were working, "were not capable of performing on a real battlefield" (Tank history, 2004). French ...

World War I, Fascism, Nazism, and the Causes of World War II

Program; to be sure, traits such as intolerance and racism do not merely appear in ones life but rather have to be acquired. It i...

What Caused World War Two?

The writer argues that there are at least two schools of thought about what caused World War II: one that it was caused by World W...

Inevitability of the Cold War

p. 31). According to Williams, Stalin was threatened by the prospect of the US imposing a liberal economic order on Eastern Euro...