War period

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  • The Inter War Period

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    The inter-war period (1918 – 1939) is characterized by conflicts among states, political rivalry and economic instability in Europe. Economic competetion between different powers and the depression leaded to the rise of extremist politicians moved to the Mussulini`s fascist Italy since 1920. Ten years later the European democracy fell; as a result, the power of Hitler in Nazi Germany began to rise constantly. Italian fascism is considered to be the elder brother of Nazism what made the relationship

  • The Time Period Of The Cold War

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    The time period of the Cold War was a breeding ground for ideological change. It was an era filled with fear and paranoia, not simply of the unknown, but of neighbours, friends, and family. "World War II, the atomic bomb, the Cold War, made it hard for Americans to continue their optimism" historian Stephen Ambrose commented. This paradigm shift is evident in the texts from the era, and by studying them we come to understand the values and atmosphere of the time and the effect those values had on

  • 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 Civil War And Reconstruction Periods

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    The Unfinished Revolution The Civil War and Reconstruction periods had many positive outcomes for America, such as the reunification of the Union, the expansion of the North and South’s economy, education for all, and much more. Although there were many positive results from these two periods, there was also an aftermath of much failure. The post Civil War, and Reconstruction period consisted of the formation of the Ku Klux Klan and the black code laws. Despite the fact that African American’s were

  • The Period After The Great War

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    The period after the Great War, or World War 1, of the early 1900s was a period of great prosperity for African Americans, women, and especially African American women. Though, on the other hand, the 1920s had some conflicts that many Americans could have seen coming. In many ways, the United States had been moving from an older world with not much individuality, to a more modern new world that we can recognize, more clearly, today. The 1920s had consisted of famous riots and restricts many immigrants

  • Women During The War Period Essay

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    The war period changed the life of women, children, indians, and blacks. The minorities of the country became the most dependable workers during this time. Before the war most of the workers were males. When the war broke out most of the males had to leave their jobs and go fight in the war. This meant that there were many jobs openings for those who did not have a good job or were not working in the industry they wanted to be in. Women were told it was their “patriotic duty” to step up and start

  • Post Spanish American War Period

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    The post spanish american war period was a time of many changes in the US physically and mentally. During this time period the United States showed many examples of expansionism like they had earlier in the creation of the country but it also showed that the country was attempting to depart away from imperialism somewhat. The mindset of the American government and public was similar to the mindsets of those that were before them after the revolutionary war. For example, we attempted to gain more

  • Civil War: The Recon Stroction Period

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    After the Civil War the United States was having a rough time trying to bring the states back together. this time period was called the recon stroction period. this period lasted around 10 years. some of the reasons it lasted around 10 year is because their was other thing going on like the 13 amendment , 14 amendment, and the 15 amendment. Their was 3 main plans to bring the united states of america back together the first one, and my favorite was the aberham lincon plan because the goal was

  • The Role Of Women During Post War Period

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    The Role of Women During the post-war period women were getting more opportunities and freedoms within society, while at the same time getting more limitations. Using one’s maternal instinct was a concept that was heavily stressed during this period and made a big impact on their home life and work life. The Cold War was a time where women had a lot of responsibilities to both their family but also society. They were the caretakers and had an incredible amount of work to do in preparation of nuclear

  • The Art Of War During China's Spring And Autumn Period

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    The Art of War was written during China's Spring and Autumn period. The war had lasted hundreds of years when the peace was broken. It could be likened to the pre-World War II Europe and people called the period as Warring States Period. However, during the time there arose a general from the state of Ch’i known as Sun Tzu. His ability to win victories for his warlord gained him fame and power. Sun Tzu is known as a Chinese military strategist, Taoist philosopher, and general in the 6th century