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  1. Advantages of the Civil War

    Advantages in the Civil War No war has killed as many American men as the Civil War. This is because it was a war between ourselves. Leading up to the war were disagreements about slavery and Presidents and other things like that. The South on one side, and the North on the other. When Lincoln w

  2. Advantages/Disadvantages of Rev. War

    There are advantages and disadvantages in every war that can either be minute details or change the whole course of the war. In the Revolutionary war, there were many advantages and disadvantages of either side. America and Britain both had different things working for them or against them, many o

  3. Advantages Between North and South in Civil War

    The Civil War began in the year 1861 and ended four years later. The end result was the Union becoming victorious in 1865. There are many advantages and disadvantages that both sides faced during the war, which ultimately contributed to the final outcome. The advantages and disadvantages that each

  4. The Advantages of Being Legal

    The Advantages of Being Legal Matt Streett English 102~D There are many arguments on the question of whether or not to legalize marijuana. The benefits of legalizing marijuana include its medicinal value and its many uses to produce commercial products like paper, rope, oil, textiles, and canvas.

  5. Civil War

    Civil War Jim Chen Civil war was the greatest war in American history. It was waged in 10,000 places-from Valverde, New Mexico, and Fernandina on the Florida coast. More than three million Americans fought in it and more than 600,00 men died in it. It was not only the immensity of the fight but

  6. American Civil War

    The American Civil War In 1860, arguably the world's greatest nation was locked in Civil War. The war divided the country between the North (Union) and South (Confederate). The war lasted five years and by 1865 the Confederate forces were truly beaten. Out of this horrendous war though, where

  7. Why Did the Great War Break Out in 1914

    Why did war break out in 1914? With the exception of the United States, the great powers were organized loosely into a system of alliances. Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy formed the Triple Alliance. France and Russia, fearing the growth of German power, had entered into an alliance in 1892.

  8. World War 1

    Chapter 1: The Right to Make War Since 1795, when Immanuel Kant published in his old age his treatise on "Perpetual Peace," many have considered it an established fact that war is the destruction of all good and the origin of all evil. In spite of all that history teaches, no conviction is felt tha

  9. Aristotle Courage War and the Bible

    Introduction From Desert Storm to Tailhook, prevailing attitudes about military women are being reformulated and tested in myriad ways. How smoothly or quickly a shift in attitudes occurs is chiefly a matter of leadership. Commanders must give women equal access to a level playing field on w

  10. World War 1

    World War I World War I, also known as the Great War, was immediately caused by the assassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by a Serbian nationalist in 1914. Another prominent cause of the war was the entangling alliances between the countries of Europe.

  11. Causes of World War 1

    Although there were many reasons the European Nations first broke out in war, the fighting of Austria-Hungary and Serbia contributed to the expansion of the war. This war was resulted by the aggression of European countries that strived to be the best. These country's nationalism, militarism, impe

  12. War Sucks

    reader is taken into another world, a world of hate and destruction, a world suffering severely from a pointless war. Meet Paul Baumer, a young German man of eight-teen. After joining the German army during WWI, along with several of his friends, he learns that their platoon would be almost con

  13. Vietnam: the Unwinnable War

    The Vietnam conflict began in the late 19th Century. France forcefully took ownership of the islands and made the Vietnamese islands a protectorate of France. The Viet Minh, or the League Of Independence was formed sometime around 1940. They were a group of people seeking independence from France. T

  14. Why Did Germany Lose World War Two, Despite Its Victories Early in the

    The defeat of Germany in World War Two was due to many factors. All of these factors were influenced by the leadership and judgment of Adolf Hitler. Factors such as the stand fast policy, Hitler's unnecessary and risky decision making in military situations, for example when attacking the USSR, and

  15. War Brings Out the Best and Worst

    (Essay done on novel: The Wars) War brings out the best and worst. War brings out the best - and the worst - in human nature. Of course it does. There is no doubt about it. War is clearly a test of human nature. We have war heroes and we have war criminals and we also have war cowar

  16. Tactics During the Revolutionary War

    Eric Heppen Period 7 AP American History February 1,2000 The American Tactics of the Revolutionary War Biography and Footnotes _________ Research ___________ Critical Analysis ___________ Historical Interpretation ___________ Technical ___________ Content ______

  17. The Civil War and Its Ending of Slavery

    The Civil War and Its Ending of Slavery This paper is about the civil war and about how it ended slavery with the emancipation proclamation . I will also talk abou the physical loses of the war. The South, overwhelmingly agricultural, produced cash crops such ascotton, tobacco and sugar

  18. Why Did Germany Lose World War Ii, Despite Its Victories Early in the

    As in Worald War I, Germany's primary downfall was its lack of adequate allies and a war on multiple fronts. Territorially, Hitler came very close in World War II to achieving his quest for lebensraum yet his failure to concentrate his resources proved disastrous. His lack of time spent organizing t

  19. Spanish American War

    The Spanish and American War The Americans were brought into The Spanish and American War on February 15,1898. The Americans came into this war because a naval boat of ours called the Maine was blown up. On that boat, 327of our sailors were killed in the explosion. With this explo

  20. Andrew Jackson and the Bank War

    The validity of President Andrew Jackson's response to the Bank War issue has been contradicted by many, but his reasoning was supported by fact and inevitably beneficial to the country. Jackson's primary involvement with the Second Bank of the United States arose during the suggested governmental

  21. The Effects of the P-51 Mustang in World War Ii

    This paper deals with the contributions of the P-51 Mustang to the eventual victory of the Allies in Europe during World War II. It describes the war scene in Europe before the P-51 was introduced, traces the development of the fighter, its advantages, and the abilities it was able to contribu

  22. Why the North Won the Civil War

    The American antebellum South, though steeped in pride and raised in military tradition, was to be no match for the burgeoning superiority of the rapidly developing North in the coming Civil War. The lack of emphasis on manufacturing and commercial interest, stemming from the Southern desire to

  23. The American Civil War

    The American Civil War, one of the bloodiest wars the United States has ever had to go through. The American Civil War started in 1861 and lasted until 1865. This conflict was a,” separatist conflict between the United States Federal Government (Union) and eleven slave states that declared there s

  24. Long Term Causes of the First World War

    Causes of The First World War Germany's economy, after defeating France in the Franco- Prussian war in 1870/1871, was growing really fast, particularly in the industrialization sector and the construction of railways and together with unification of the nation, lead Germ

  25. The Effects of the P-51 Mustang in World War Ii

    <b>Abstract</b><br>This paper deals with the contributions of the P-51 Mustang to the eventual victory of the Allies in Europe during World War II. It describes the war scene in Europe before the P-51 was introduced, traces the development of the fighter, its advantages, and the abilities it was abl

  26. A Nations War on Marijuana

    A Nation’s War on Marijuana English 109 July 4, 2008 English 109 July 4, 2008 A Nation’s War on Marijuana For many years, the use of marijuana has been a highly debated subject amongst Americans. Maybe it is because people have their own views on the subject. Many people feel that

  27. American Advantages

    By: Joe American Advantages Why the British Should Not Have Defeated the Americans in the Revolution In the second half of the eighteenth century, the British were faced with rebelling colonies. Finally realizing that they had to fight to keep their colonial possessions, the British sent troops

  28. The Atomic Bomb in World War Ii

    The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki marked the end to the world's largest armed conflict. Many debates have surfaced over the ethics of such an attack. The bomb itself caused massive amounts of casualties while the unknown effects of radiation caused many more deaths amongst the survivors

  29. Foreign Policy of the Us Towards Cuba in the Spanish-American War (1898)

    When evaluating the geopolitical significance of the United States in contemporary times, it becomes evident that it possesses a unique dynamic. The combination of military and technological supremacy, profound economic strength and a proven willingness to unilaterally approach international relatio

  30. Why the South Wasn't Ready for War

    The political, economic, and military strength of the Union was much greater than that of the Confederacy. However, the war did last four years. The Confederacy proved itself resilient on many occasions. Throughout the war the tide constantly shifted, and with that so did the political, economic, a