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  • The Post War Period Of Italy

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    The post war period in Italy represents a time of cultural, economic and political instability, as the nation tried to re-create the social bonds broken by the war and attempted to understand, and take advantage of, the effects of mass industrialisation and urbanisation thanks to the ‘economic miracle’. It was during this time from 1945 to 1960, with the people increasingly disenchanted with the ability of the camera to truly portray the turmoil of recent history, that a new form of popular

  • The Post World War II

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    After World War II ended in 1945, many significant changes to American society began to occur. Some of these major changes helped shape what the U.S. is today and include the Baby boom, mass suburbanization, and mass consumerism. The Post-World War II era is defined by these changes in U.S history and culture. In this Post-World War II era, social conformity became the most ideal way of life. Every citizen wanted the same thing, this is known as the American Dream. The American Dream consist

  • Post War Construction

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    Who is responsible for post war economic rebuild? That is the question that “End and Beginning” poses to the reader. The victor is usually the responsible party for cleanup and rebuilding. The first line of the poem portrays to the reader that someone must do it, “After each war somebody has to clear up put things in order by itself it won’t happen.” (Szymborska 690) What if the victor is an outside influence that has no intention of staying? The answer is the liberated country is responsible

  • The Causes Of The Post-War And The Cold War

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    Post-War World After World War Two ended, many thought that would be the end for a while. Not too long after the war ended, the Cold War began. Post-war time was difficult for the countries involved and the difficulties during this time ultimately led to the Cold War. World War Two was fought on three major theaters and on different fronts. After the war was over, settlement establishing international institutions helped to get the continent of Europe and other struggling countries back onto their

  • The Post War Era

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    The zeitgeist of the post war era was change, encompassing both personal, social and political transformation explored by composer’s experimentation with form and subject matter. The dominant discourse of power during the Cold War was the ideological conflict between Capitalism and Communism. The dominant ways of thinking were profoundly challenged by the emergence of an alternative, youth-driven culture. A composer’s disillusionment with the world in the ‘After the Bomb’ period acted as a catalyst

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Post Vietnam War

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    that with every war, there always comes casualties. Soldiers can lose an arm or a leg, or even their life when they go to war. Unfortunately soldiers can even lose their minds because of war. Specifically, this research paper will focus on PTSD, or in other words: post traumatic stress disorder. PTSD has shown up as a factor from many wars, but for some reason, one war in particular stands out from all others regarding the the PTSD numbers. It is called the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War (1956-1975) was

  • Post War Of World War II

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    History, it is apparent that techniques are established and flaunted to create some vivid image of a story, or a message. Up to the post war of World War II, art has delivered a scene which can be interpreted through context clues such as; current philosophies, current events, and folk-lore. Then, mainstream art had undergone a significant change in theme post World War II. New York City, United States of America, became the art capital of the world. Why? It is arguably due to Abstract Expressionist

  • The Post War World War II

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    The post-war world was one of complete ruin. More than 40 million Europeans died and at least 25 million of them were civilians that had been killed in bomb raids, concentration camps, and during famine or starvation. Cities, towns, and villages on the home fronts were destroyed and nothing remained of many homes. Because of all of the distress, thousands of people all turned to their governments for assistance. Unfortunately for almost everyone in Europe and Japan, their governments had all failed

  • Adenauer and Post-War Germany

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    Adenauer and Post-War Germany Introduction The downfall of Germany after the Second World War is an outcome thought by many that time as deserving for a nation touted to have caused one of the most atrocious events in human history. The Nazi Party, which ran Germany under its terrible regime before and during the Second World War, has perpetrated a series of destructive actions that soon wrought havoc to the rest of the world. From the anti-Semitic platform of the Nazi Party that generated the

  • Truman Post War Tension

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    Post-war Tension In some ways, the conflict began even before the guns fell silent in Germany and within the Pacific in 1945. Suspicion and mistrust had outlined U. S. - Soviet relations for many years and resurfaced as shortly because the alliance against the Nazis was now not necessary. Competitive ideologies and visions of the post-war world prevented U.S. President Harry S Truman and Soviet premier Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili from operating along with each other. Truman’s Post-war Vision