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WWII history

Asian American Experience in America before the World War II

Although today our country cherishes values of democracy and tolerance, it took centuries to instill these values in our society. Since the beginning of the United States’ history, many races were discriminated and oppressed. Immigrants from Asia had to suffer from mistreatment even worse due to complicated international affairs. Since...

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Russia’s Role in Outbreak of WWII

Summary of WWII During the period between the end of First and beginning of the Second World War, there has been a change in the balance of power in the world community: the development of the first socialist state, the contradictions between the world's metropolises and the colonies, rapid economic...

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Radar as the Primary Factor in Britain’s Success in 1940

After reviewing the assigned texts, it seems that Great Britain’s use of radar throughout the Second World War was the most critical factor in the power’s success during the conflicts of 1940. The advances with the Enigma machine made at Bletchley Park were, indeed, integral to Great Britain’s success after...

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Influence of Literature on WWI

Modernism is a period in literature and art that began in the late 1800s and became increasingly widespread after WWI. According to T.S. Eliot and Modernity, “modernism is a reaction against the modern” (Menand, 1996). This movement was characterized by a rethinking of the way in which the world operated...

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Impact of World War II

World War II has led to significant advancements in the economy, the armed forces, and American society in general. As a result, the US has become the strongest and the most influential country on earth (Brands et al. 779). The war urged the state to increase its army and invest...

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How Did the Second World War Affect the Increase of Feminist Movements?

In the 1920s, feminist movements were characterized by the suffrage movement, which led to women attaining the right to vote. In the 1890s, the women’s movement was majorly focused on general inequalities in the society such as poor housing and working conditions as well as social injustices such as prostitution...

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Nazi Invasion

At the time of Nazi invasion in May and June of 1940, the French army was considered one of the most powerful armies in the world and a bulwark that would certainly be able to stop the Nazi aggression. However, contrary to all expectations, the French army was defeated just...

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