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    8/4/2014 : 3739 http://learn.flvs.net/educator/student/examform.cgi?jlachmund1*jamaribrooks*mpos=4&spos=0&slt=CZFuf9NOR.hsw*3739*0028 1/8 User: JAMARI BROOKS In Course: United States History V12 ( 3739) Instructor: Jennifer Lachmund You have 5 Unread E-Mail Messages If you would like to take this exam again, you can reset the exam and take it again Your score on this exam is 55 out of 75 . Answer Key Question 1 (Worth 5 points) What was one major result of the Salerno invasion

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    Vietnam War Effects

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    The vietnam war was one of the most significant wars in the history of the United States. It was the longest war fought in American history. It lasted from 1955 to 1973. The US had a stated goal of preventing the takeover of the "democratic" South by the "communist" North. It affected many lives. Thousands of people died or were injured from traumatic war. Vietnam war lasted almost two decades. It cost US financially and by the number of lives lost due to the war.     One reason the U.S. got involved

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    War Of The Worlds Effect

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    What would you do if you hear in the radio that there was a alien invasion in Halloween night.The radio drama titled War of the Worlds. Author Orson Welles explains about an alien invasion broadcast in the radio. War of the Worlds was radio broadcast made by Orson Welles in Halloween night setting New Jersey. In 1938 War of the worlds was part of a radio show named The mercury theatre on the air. The show said there was apparently an alien invasion and only gaved a total of two warnings saying it

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    Effects Of War In America

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    Costs of War in America Has there ever been a time where a nation is unaffected after a war they were a part of? It is very unlikely every nation that takes part in a war is effected but may not show it. America is not immune to these effects but no one really wants to address them or resolve them. And because of that wars around the world have affected service members, their families and the society in America in many ways; ignorance of these effects often results in the affected from getting the

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    The Poisonous Effects of War Prime 2 노준혁 War is misery, it shatters people’s lives, it afflicts everyone. But one of the terrible gloom was World War I (WWI). WWI was an industrial-scale warfare which gave the military and civilian 17 million deaths and 20 million wounded. War is poisonous and it continues to effect the society and the people. “At the close of WWI, Edmund Wilson looked out over London and said, our whole world is poisoned now.” (Bentley 85). WWI was awful to all soldiers and civilians

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    catastrophic effects of war War is defined as a state of usually open and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations (Merriam-Webster, Merriam-Webster.com). Warfare has been a tool used to acquire new lands and resources, defend religious beliefs, and to acquire freedom. Although, warfare maybe unable to avoid, it should not be used carelessly or without deep and thoughtful consideration. There are a number of factors that should be taken into consideration before a declaration of war is even

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    Esther Veras-Paniagua Teacher Class April 15th, 2015 Effect of War on The Brain Since the beginning of time, soldiers have experienced several physical, and psychological injuries throughout their exposure to warfare. Before recent history, there were no efforts to study the effect of war on the brain because of the obvious physical injuries that were apparent. There are various psychological disorders that arise in soldiers that have been at war, and have their own individual repercussions. PTSD

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    Vietnam War Effects

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    While war of any size has the potential to produce global implications, the Vietnam War perpetuated unprecedented effects of civil unrest and political discourse across America. While there are several aspects of American life touched by the Vietnam War, this post is going to focus on the effects it had on the presidency and the population between 18 and 35 years old during the time period of 1961 to 1975. It is this time period of American History that many consider to be the most unsettled and

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    ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN CONDUCT OF WAR INTRODUCTION ‘‘War is never an isolated act.” War is a phenomenon of organized violent conflict, typified by extreme aggression, societal disruption and adaptation, and high mortality. Usually a war is a pre-planned activity to begin with by one group or one nation and the group initiates the war by means of violence against the other. The primary feature of this behaviour pattern is a certain state of organized conflict that is engaged in between two or

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    The effects of the revolutionary war were felt far and wide by everyone involved; however, groups such as the colonist slaves, the Indians, and women felt these influences in particular. For the colonist, the revolution signified the introduction of the idea of “life, liberty, and property” (Schultz, 2009, p. 112) as a natural right for every person. Additionally, the conclusion of the war signaled the possibility of the new politics of republican democracy, instead of the Old-World gentry style

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