Free Essays on Family Life During The War Years

  1. On Love and War; Love in the Civil War

    Andres Salgado  Hist. 176  L. Hilde  5/6/2015    On Love and War  It is evident that the Civil War was affected by such things as politics, the opinion of the  civilians and most of all, slavery. But what about such things as love and heartbreaks? It is  extremely difficult to think about problems that seem so minor compared to the major problem ...

  2. Torture In War

    According to a study put on by (1) ABC News just seven years ago, accessed May 1st, 2014, out of 400 veterans and active duty military personnel in the United States of America a huge margin believed in using torture during the war to gather intel. Half of the participants even accepted rape of a prisoner...

  3. War in the world

    War (Attracting the reader)Do you think there is a” just war” in the history of world? Do you think it is the only way to solve problem by war? (Providing background) Different people have different opinion. Herbert hover, who is the 31st President of the United States have ever said:” Whether you...

  4. How much impact did youth culture have on society in the years 1955-75?

    How much impact did youth culture have on society in the years 1955-75? This particular period of time was very significant in terms of general changes in society given the post war baby boom, abolition of the death penalty, improved reproduction rights for women, peaks in the number of university...

  5. life

    perfumes overland from china, india, and persia, and into Byzantium. Al-Jahiliyya the period from the death of Jesus to the birth of Muhammad in the year 570 CE. Severe disruptions of the arab trading networks, disruptions that often boiled over into violence between tribes and clans. Muhammad belonged...

  6. Job Opportunities for Women During World War Ii

    Job Opportunities for Women during World War II Abstract During World War II there were many job opportunities for women. The war opened new doors during a time of depression. As husbands, fathers, sons, and brothers went to fight in the war the women went to work at factories, offices, and even...

  7. 30 Years War

    30 January 2014 Thirty Years' War Essay The Thirty Years' Year War was a war between the Protestants and the Catholics that lasted from 1618, and after impacting countless numbers of people, ended in 1648. This war had a huge effect on the religious landscape of Europe and the rule of the Holy Roman...

  8. Vietnam War

    Chapter 10: A Generation in War and Turmoil: The Agony of Vietnam It has been known that the Vietnam War affected many American soldiers who were involved in the war physically and psychologically. The Vietnam War was one of the most memorable wars in history. Many Americans' lives lost for...

  9. Cold War Interview

    2012 Block 5 Mrs. Hughes Cold War The cold war affected many countries and people. It lasted about 46 years and it had the most casualties. It worried and hurt millions of people world wide. There was so much that happened during the cold war. Throughout the war it seemed that people all around...

  10. Scholarship Essay - My Family Background

    2010 Title: My Family Background Product. Prompt: How has your family background affected the way you see the world? I am the product of my family’s influence and background. The way I view the world has been molded and shaped by my siblings, parents, grandparents, and extended family members. My...

  11. Thoughts on War

    The debate has raged for years about war and its affect on humanity. Is it necessary for cultural change? Is war something that should be avoided at all cost? These questions are just a couple of the thousands of questions surrounding the topic of war. I believe that war is directly related with death...

  12. “Safe Places” and What They Meant to the German People During World War Ii.

    that were Post World War II Germany. How could one come out, with a sense of starting over after what Germany went through? One could get through times of uncertainty and chaos with a sort of “safe place.” Usually these places were an actual city or house, the family, or retreating into...

  13. Russian-Chechen War

    seriously misunderstand post-communist politics and societies without elucidating its national dimension. Second, nationalist mobilization during this period was not a series of individual nationalist stories. Rather, it was a set of interrelated streams of activity in which action in one context...

  14. Women Contribute to World War 1

    How Did Women Contribute To World War 1 By: Jeff M. Lerio History 30 Mrs. C. Lenz-Fabian Nov.19,2012 A Canadian woman plays an important role and contributions on the home front during the war years. They supported our country’s war efforts not only in traditional roles, but also in unprecedented...

  15. Family Biography

    Family Biography Martha Elena Sgambati I was born in 1976 in a city named San Pedro Sula in Honduras, Central America. I moved to the United States just before my eighteen birthdays; so it’s fair to say that I come from a Latino/Hispanic migrant family. I am the middle daughter of a singled mother...

  16. world war 1

    Part B World War 1 made a colossal impact to all aspects of human life around the world, everyone who fought, witnessed, and survived from this catastrophic event was impacted on each to different degrees and consequences. One of the major groups who were affected by World War 1 were the women of...

  17. Radio Goes to War

    Book Title: Radio Goes to War: The Cultural Politics of Propaganda during World War II Author: Gerd Horten Published: Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2002. Price: $45.00 (hardcover), $24.95 (softcover) Pages: Pp. xiv, 218. When Salon revealed that federal...

  18. The Nuclear Family

    present at an undergraduate conference on “1950s Family Life.” You decide to submit a paper that will use the film Pleasantville as a case by which to show how films can depict particular values and norms of family life in this ‘golden era’ of the family. Use this essay to write the draft of your paper...

  19. world war one warfare

    Warfare of World War 1 Contents Page 2: Introduction Page 3: Why did WW1 start? Page 4: Alliances, The Schlieffen Plan and why it went wrong Pages 5-9: Trench warfare Pages 10-11: Weapons Pages 12-14: Changes in WW1 Page 14-15: Battles on the Sea and in the Sky Page 16: Russia joining...

  20. Family Threats During the Cold War Era

    Family Threats During the Cold War Era Chakita Cameron Kaplan University February 10, 2012 Cold War Era America During the years of the Cold War, the American people were living in fear of Communist takeover. Almost every American family believed that the threat of World-Wide control by the...

  21. Boys and Girls at War with Love and Hate

    Since the beginning of time there has been “war”. With war come those who support it and those who do not. There are many ways to define “war” and many arguments for both sides of war. The word war cannot just simply be defined in one sentence, and its meaning cannot be expressed in only...

  22. The effects the Bosnian war (1992-1995) had on children.

    Lost Children of Bosnia Imagine a 10-year-old girl falling asleep to gunshots and waking up to the thud of a violent grenade. She risks her life on a daily basis just to fetch food and water, always fearful to go outside. She does not know what is going on and this makes her even more terrified. After...

  23. View of War in All My Sons

    play by Arthur Miller, tells predominantly the story of the Kellers. This play takes place after World War II, in the year 1947. It is a criticism of the “American Dream,” which can be defined as a life of personal happiness and material comfort as traditionally sought by those in the U.S. The pursuit of...

  24. Best Years Of Our Lives Essay

    2014 Hope & Redemption after WWII Prompt: Discuss how William Wyler’s The Best Years of Our Lives is an examination of the confusion and emotional turmoil experienced by American military servicemen and their families during the aftermath of WWII. Explain how the film’s focus on the three veterans- Al...

  25. How far did the Second World War affect family life in Britain between 1939 and 1945?

    Family life in 1938 would have been ordinary for most; some of the older generation would be recovering from the First World War, others would just have been born or starting school and the adults would be doing their day-to-day, unknowing. Then, on the 3rd January 1939, at 11:15am, Neville Chamberlain...

  26. Uganda War

    Not most people know that families in the third world countries suffer from sexual abuse, HIV/AIDS, alcoholism and civil wars. In Uganda, there is a war going on between the Lord's Resistance Army and the Ugandan Government. The Lord’s Resistance Army is rebellious group from Northern Uganda that started...

  27. Life span development

    ORDER TO UNDERSTAND change over time in patterns of individual and family development, social historians have made extensive use of three important analytical constructs: the life stages, the family cycle, and the life course. The life stages such as infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old...

  28. Universal Family Theme in Art History

    Theme of Family Mother & Child There are many definitions of family. I prefer the definition I found at “brainyquote.com”: Those who descend from one common progenitor; a tribe, clan, or race; kindred; house; as, the human family; the family of Abraham; the father of a family. I prefer...

  29. how did the civil war affect the south

    States. In April 1861 Confederate soldiers attacked the Union's Fort Sumter in South Carolina. Before anyone knew it, The Civil War had begun. During the and after the war the South was affected in many ways including politically, geographically, economically, and socially. Most of the battles were...

  30. The Longterm Psychological Effects of War

    The long-term psychological effects of war Introduction When we examine the language of the military strategy, it is clear that what was intended was to deliberately inflict psychological...