Crimean Tatars

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  • The Effects Of Repression On Ethnic Minorities

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    When looking at the literature of the effects of repression on ethnic minorities, it seems, as of my own research of the existing literature, that in looking at the origins of State repression and ethnic conflict, the effects of repression on the ethnic minorities that end up being the targets of the repression are also detailed in the articles as well. Take the White article for example. In discussing the reasons for State repression of ethnic, and in their case religious, minorities, violence becomes

  • How Did Peter The Great Reform Russia

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    Peter the great, the ruler of Russia from (1672-1725). Was an ambitious person who wanted to reform Russia and built them into a great nation. Peter the great focused on developing science in his nation by inviting people who are expert in the science field that will teach his people about the technological advancement. Peter the great also promoted secular education. Russia’s industrial development was boosted under the leadership of Peter the great with trade flourishing. Peter the great also focused

  • Taking a Look at the Crimean War

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    The Crimean War, a conflict between the Russian empire and a coalition of the French, British and Ottoman empires, is often referred to as “the forgotten war that shaped the modern age.” Raging from 1853 to 1856 throughout the Crimean Peninsula, these four influential nations fought over trivial disagreements regarding religion as well as territory. During the nineteenth century, the Russian empire maintained its tradition of expansionism, advancing in a southernly direction towards the Black Sea;

  • Florence Nightingale's Lady With The Lamp

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    Florence Nightingale, often called the “lady with the lamp”, is well known for being a pioneer in the field of nursing (Selanders, L., 2015). Florence helped shape nursing into the respected profession that it is today, raising much awareness to the need for improvement in nursing care as well as improved conditions of hospitals and institutions serving the poor. Her effort in these areas was certainly remarkable, but it is only one piece of her large body of work. Little known by many was Florence’s

  • Background on Florence Nightingale

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    Background Florence Nightingale was born on May 12, 1820, named after her birthplace, Florence, Italy. Florence’s mother Frances Nightingale was from a family of merchants and enjoyed socializing with people of prominent social standing. Florence was the exact opposite; she avoided anything where she was the center of attention. Florence’s father William Shore Nightingale was a wealthy landowner. Her father was able to provide Florence with the best education. Florence Nightingale was always

  • Comparison of Dulce et Decorum Est and Charge of the Light Brigade

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    Comparison of Dulce et Decorum Est and Charge of the Light Brigade Compare and contrast the two poems Dulce et Decorum Est (Owen) with Charge of the Light Brigade (Tennyson), paying particular attention to the writers’ attitude to war. The attitudes of poets towards war have always been expressed vigorously in their poetry, each poet either condoning or condemning war, and mitigating their attitudes in whatever way possible. I aim to explore the change in the portrayal of war before

  • Nursing Theory And Its Impact On Nursing

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    Nursing in itself is a very complex profession, with many different influences shaping it since its inception. These influences play a major part in defining what exactly nursing is. One of these key factors is nursing theory. Theory has many different definitions, but for the sake of this article, theory will be described as the “rigorous and systematic structuring of ideas that conveys a view of a phenomenon (Power, 2016).” In this case, that phenomenon is nursing. Theory is essential to developing

  • The Portrayal of War in Charge of the Light Brigade and Dulce et Decorum Est

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    Owen are poems about war. However, they were written in two very different contexts and about two very different wars. Charge of the Light Brigade describes a doomed cavalry charge made by British soldiers during The Battle of Balaclava in the Crimean War (1854-1857). Dulce et Decorum est, on the other hand, tells the story of a group of soldiers who were caught in a gas attack returning from the trenches of World War I (1914-1918) towards their "distant rest". Alfred Lord Tennyson was the "Poet

  • The Importance of Technology and Other Factors in the Allied Victory in the Crimean War

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    This essay will look at all the factors and then ascertain the effect each had on the outcome of the Crimean war. To make this easier I have categorised the factors in to leadership and organisation, battlefield tactics, strategy and technology. The allied leadership in the Crimean war was weak and held surprisingly little commanding power over many aspects of the war. Lord Raglan, an old, inexperienced and cautious man, was the commander of the British troops. He

  • Mary Seacole Essay

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    How far do the sources suggest that Mary Seacole ‘was a great help to the men in the Crimea’? Mary Seacole is praised in both sources 1 and 2, but in source 3 it seems that Nightingale disagrees in terms of her method of helping the men, although ‘she did some good.’ Source 1 and 2 both agree that ‘she was a great help’ but for different reasons. Source 1 is agreeing to this mainly because of the fact that it is written by Sir John Hall who I Head of the Army Medical Services and we know that