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  • The Causes And Impacts Of World War II

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    nuclear weapons in history. During the war the royal navy had noticed that aircraft carriers were becoming the ultimate ships for naval warfare, and that the royal navy's former naval superiority in terms of their battleships had become irrelevant. The royal navy had noticed that battleships could no longer fulfil their roles in a cost-effective manner. They were too big, too expensive to build and maintain, and their crews too large. Due to this the royal navy was an early innovator in aircraft carrier

  • P4 Describe, with Examples, the Impact of Government Policies on Different Public Services.

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    P4 Describe, with examples, the impact of government Policies on different public services. British army The government will take cuts from the amount of power the British army has, this means that the army would have limited amount they can do to win wars and help other countries with their problems. The British Army presence in Germany will end by 2020 this means that The Basing Plan sets out the location changes for the Army and also confirms the drawdown of all units from Germany by 2020.

  • The United States ' Navy Essay

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    today. The same goes for its Navy. In the first several years of existence, the United States Navy was not a formidable fighting force. The young nation was hesitant to invest in a navy for many reasons, one of them being to prevent provoking the world powers of the time, France and Britain. On top of that, navies were very expensive to build and required a significant amount of resources to maintain, which the U.S. did not have at the time. To say that the United States Navy was ill prepared for war

  • Battle of Calabria

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    OF PUNTA STILO) - 1940 INTRODUCTION 1. In the history, the Struggle for the Middle Sea describes the naval war fought in the Mediterranean and Red Sea with five great navies that participated: a. Great Britain’s Royal Navy. b. Italy’s Regia Marina. c. France’s Marine Nationale. d. United States Navy. e. German Kriegsmarine. 2. It examines the national essential that made the Mediterranean such a vital theater for each of these powers and it analyses their actions and

  • The War Of 1812 And The Chesapeake Bay

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    The War of 1812 and the Chesapeake Bay On March 3rd, 1813, the first British ships of war appeared on the Chesapeake Bay. For two years the Chesapeake would be the scene of numerous amounts of battles. Some would be lost in anonymity, but others would make history. But first, why did the British come? We were at war almost thirty years before, so how did it come upon these two superpower nations to collide once again? A few answers to these questions will put the war of 1812 and the Battle of the

  • The War Of 1812 And The United States

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    providing services for the British Royal Navy). Although the ultimate outcome of the War of 1812 results in a tie, the Americans have faced several challenges during the presence of their second dispute with Britain. Arguably, the main reason that caused the United States to struggle during this “Second War of Independence,” is how unprepared the nation is when it comes to fighting another series of battles. During the War of 1812, the power of the army and navy forces in the United States

  • Causes And Effects Of The War Of 1812

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    In the 1812, the United States had started the war of 1812 against Great Britain. This war was known as “The Second War for Independence.” There are several causes of this war. Also, during this time there were many important battles. However, the result of the war of 1812 is unclear. The discussion that the United States was victory or defeat was still held. Although, the war of 1812 was not so familiar in the United States, I think that the War of 1812 is one of the most importance wars in American

  • Battle Of Trafalgar Research Paper

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    Battle of Trafalgar On October 21, 1805 the combined fleets of Spain, France and the Royal Navy made the last great sea action of this time. We do not know if this helped the war effort, but the battle itself was a culmination of a long campaign. Europe was in peace for 14 months because of the Treaty Amiens. Napoleon had plans to attack Europe but was frightened at the thought of them being blockaded by the Royal Navy. On March 30th Admiral Villeneuve managed to take over Nelson blockading him in Toulon

  • War Of 1812 Facts

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    disagreement about another country trading with them? The war of 1812 was about all of these questions that you might ask. What side do you take? Do you take the U.S side that was just trying to be neutral and help both countries, or do you take the British side, the countries that wanted all the advantage on France just to win a country. Should the moral of the War of 1812 be that just let people be and choose your own battles, or should it be take no mercy and and rise to the top? Just take a second

  • What Were The Impact Of The Age Of Exploration

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    From the early 15th century to the 18th century, there was much exploration of the world through naval and land expeditions. The Portuguese, for instance, navigated their way to the East in 1498, Spain discovered the route between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. This led to the rise of the global phenomenon called the Age of Discovery which led to the understanding of the shape and the distribution of land on the Earth. Mapping of the trade routes on seas and oceans acted as a guide and allowed