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  • The Indian Of The New Zealand Wars

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    The land wars also known as the New Zealand wars was a series of armed conflicts which took place in New Zealand from 1845 to 1872. This occurred between the British/colonial government and the indigenous Maori. During Captain Cook’s earlier visit, he recommended New Zealand as an ideal area for Europeans to settle, in particular, the Bay of Islands. The British government at the time payed no attention to Captain Cooks recommendations. In 1810 the American and European whalers as well as traders

  • The War Of New Orleans

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    The War of 1812 is probably our most obscure conflict. Although a great deal has been written about the war, the average American is only vaguely aware of why we fought or who the enemy was. Even those who know something about the contest are likely to remember only a few dramatic moments, such as the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the burning of the nation’s capital, or the Battle of New Orleans. Why is this war so obscure? One reason is that no great president is associated

  • Get Comprehensive News And Update Regarding The War Of Syria

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    Get comprehensive news and update regarding the War in Syria 7al, Feb 07, 2015, what is happening around the globe? Is a bit what everybody would akin to be familiar with about? In addition all further essentials into life news have as well turned into one of the fundamentals of our living. It not merely affects life of numerous peoples however also provide us through every day information as well as things which are occurring in the world. Within our demanding schedule we don 't get sufficient

  • Star Wars : A New Hope

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    film industry, music has played a great role in the success of Hollywood films. Star Wars: A New Hope, commonly considered one of the greatest films of all time, launched the space era craze backed by lovely and memorable music. John Williams created the musical score of Star Wars, reviving the grand symphonic scores from the early film era with the leitmotif inspired by the works of Wagner and Steiner. Star Wars: A New Hope is a film with a successful storyline, inspiring characters, and amazing visual

  • World War II: The New Deal

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    World War II began near the end of the worst financial crisis in American history, the Great Depression. In October 1929 the stock market crashed leading to a economic collapse that would become known as the Great Depression. The depression went on to devastate the American economy throughout the 1930’s until its end in the 1940’s. Around this time, Nazi imperialism and frayed international relationships were setting the stage for the largest global conflict ever. World War II ended the Great Depression

  • Star Wars: A New Dawn

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    Review Ever wonder what might have happened in between the Star Wars movies. Star Wars: A New Dawn is a science fiction novel written by John Jackson Miller that explores a whole new world out in space. This book is a good read for anyone who likes adventure, fighting, and fiction. John Jackson Miller did an amazing job capturing the emphasis of the story line between the Star Wars movies and the television show Star Wars Rebels. He wrote the book in third person so the reader can imagine

  • Star Wars A New Hope Analysis

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    Star Wars - A New Hope The Academy award winning movie Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, originally released as Star Wars, is a 1977 action packed, fanciful, thrilling space opera. Ably directed by George Lucas and distributed by Twentieth Century, Star Wars: A New Hope is among the most successful and influential films of all time. As well as, being selected to be preserved by the Library of Congress as part of its National Film Registry The first of 8 films in the Star Wars Saga is jam-packed

  • The Cold War : A New History

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    The Cold War lasted for forty years, from 1945 to 1985. Few historians took the time to address the events as they unfolded thus leaving most people with little or no explanations of the development of the war. During this fearful period, nine presidents served Americans and each president thought that the war carried a lot of dangers for forty five years. Accordingly, young Americans, Soviets and other citizens of the world require the services of a scholar with extraordinary gifts to provide insight

  • Cyber War : A New And Growing Realm Of Influence

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    throughout international communities. Cyber war, unlike the wars of the past, does not fit into current perceptions of war. Yet, a fifth warfighting domain known as cyberspace is a new and growing realm of influence. Various states have or are creating cyberspace units, warriors, strategies and conducting operations (both defensive and offensive). Only hints of what is and will become cyber war crosses the public domain. Today, the truth about cyber war is that it does exist and occurs more often

  • The War Of New Orleans Essay

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    body_americanperspective_warof1812_2.jpg The War of 1812 is probably our most obscure conflict. Although a great deal has been written about the war, the average American is only vaguely aware of why we fought or who the enemy was. Even those who know something about the contest are likely to remember only a few dramatic moments, such as the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the burning of the nation’s capital, or the Battle of New Orleans. Why is this war so obscure? One reason is that no

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