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World War II Britain and the Use of Secret Strategies

has been written about the role of John Masterson, an agent in the British Secret Intelligence Service who masterminded the use of...

British Morale in World War II and the Role of Information

the Psychological Study of Social Issues in the 1950s sought to analyze the matter, but faced the endemic difficulty of separating...

A Review of the Essay From Rosie to Lucy

the media of the time (i.e. television and movies), as well as the impact of various frames of "official" reference such as census...

Australia's Recreation and Leisure

Bicentennial Authority, designed projects based on the theme of "Leisure in the Age of Technology" (Editor, 1990, p. 3). The diffe...

Great Britain and Medical Provision Between 1845 and 1954

pioneering hygienist. Here they were able to prove a different reason for the death rate of the patients at the hospital. The hosp...

Purple Heart and Casablanca, Messages to the American Public in the Turbulent Years of World War II

foreign war" (Nachbar). In 1941, the House of Representatives the measure to continue the military draft passed by a single vote ...

Postwar France and Democracy

very much dominated by the French who were in favour of alliances with Germany and of undertaking large scale technology projects:...

Singapore History since WWII

activities from business to entertainment to sex. The Internet is also regulated (2002). While not a dictatorship, the nation has ...

Postwar Economy and State Building

In six pages this paper discusses the postwar state and economy building of the U.S., France, and Great Britain following World Wa...

Constitutional Creation

In twelve pages this report considers the post World War II policy 'negotiations' between the U.S. and Japan that led to an Americ...

Death of a Salesman and Family Values

In five pages Arthur Miller's social drama is analyzed in its portrayal of post World War II family values as they existed in the ...

Women and the Lure of Work During the Second World War

In 7 pages this paper examines the government's campaign propaganda designed to get women into the workplace during the Second Wor...

Holocaust Memories, Ghettos of the Second World War, and Nazi Art Evaluated

maintains its own elements of language which have primary meanings" (Cebik 459). However, inasmuch as visual imagery is a most po...

Post Second World War and Technology's Impact

In five pages this paper considers how in the years since World War II technological advancements have profoundly changed employee...

The Classic Film Casablanca

The writer explores the plot, characters, setting and other elements of the 1942 classic film Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart...

Overview of Motown and Post 1945 Impacts of Black Identity, Gender, Class, and Race on the United States

In twenty six pages this paper examines the post World War II changes in American culture with regards to race, class, gender, and...

North America in 1943, Work, and Women

This paper examines the changes resulting from 1943 when North American women ventured into the workplace to keep the economy goin...

British Empire's Colonial Power Loss and the Catalyst of World War II

In nine pages this paper discusses how World War II served as a catalyst for the decline in British imperialism with examples of A...

US, Japan, and the Causes of World War II

In six pages this paper examines the events that led to the discord between the United States and Japan that ultimately culminated...

The Lingering Effects of War in 'Snow Falling on Cedars'

This is a 5 page essay that considers the lingering effects of World War II and its impact on the novel particularly in the charac...

Unification Development and Expansion of Europe

In five pages this paper's first part considers the development of Europe since Ancient Roman times, its unification development, ...

Germany Before the First World War

In ten pages this report considers Germany prior to the First World War in terms of the issues that the country was struggling wit...

Ozu/Tokyo Story

film taking on certain aspects of each others roles (Davis 80). Norika offers Tomi and Shukichi the respect that filial tradition ...

"Flags Of Our Fathers" - A Photograph's Ability To Shape Popular Perception Of An Event

film" (Johnson, 2006). The events leading up to the celebrated were no more monumental to the overall atmosphere than most any o...

Visual Imagery in 2 German Films

red interior, which contrasts with the white exterior of the car. Like the car, Ripley has a seemingly "spotless" exterior, but hi...

The United Nations: Overview

easing poverty and supporting economic development; agricultural development and fisheries; education; family planning; emergency ...

Mass Society Development and the Effects of World War II

In twelve pages this paper discusses how World War II affected mass society development in Germany, France, and England. Twelve s...

U.S. Foreign Policy 1945 to 1970 and Anti Communism

In a paper consisting of eight pages two theories regarding American foreign policy and the role of anti Communism are examined wi...

American Graffiti During World War II 'Kilroy Was Here'

The meaning and impact of this popular phrase regarding soldiers during World War II is assessed in a paper that is 15 pages in le...

Post War Society of Japan in the Film Kanoku Geemu, or Family Game

This paper consists of four pages and examines Japanese society after World War II within the context of the film Kanoku Geemu. T...