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  • How Valid Is the Claim That the Impact of the Japanese Occupation on the Success of Post-War Independence Movements Has Been Greatly Exaggerated.

    How Valid Is the Claim That the Impact of the Japanese Occupation on the Success of Post-War Independence Movements Has Been Greatly Exaggerated.

    The Japanese Occupation would refer to the seizure and control of an area by Japanese military forces. This was marked as an important event in the history of Southeast Asia and a major transformation. Most scholars generally agree that the Japanese Occupation played an important role as a catalyst in ending Western colonial rule in post-war Southeast Asia. However, there are also other factors that allowed the success of post-war independence that include international circumstances

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    Essay Length: 1,970 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: February 21, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Expatriates in the Post War Era

    Expatriates in the Post War Era

    Expatriates in the Post War Era To understand a writer one must understand their background and the experiences associated with their lives. Each writer contributes a different style of writing, thus each writer is influenced by their past memory and present way of living. Wars influence writers that are and are not involved in them. Wars can influence soldiers to write vivid pieces from detailed memories and sometimes from flashbacks that can occur. Expatriate writers

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    Essay Length: 1,647 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: January 12, 2010 By: Victor
  • The Political Impact of 9/11: The Post War Notion of Race Change

    The Political Impact of 9/11: The Post War Notion of Race Change

    "The Political Impact of 9/11: The Post War Notion of Race Change" After September 11, 2001, the world as its citizens knew it would never be the same, especially the United States. The September 11, 2001 attacks (often referred to as 9/11) consisted of a series of coordinated suicide attacks on the United States of America allegedly by al-Qaeda, which is an international alliance of Islamic militant terrorist organization founded in nineteen eighty-eight. On that

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    Essay Length: 1,537 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: January 30, 2010 By: David
  • In Your Own Words Summarise How Hobsbawm (2003) and Sandbrook (2005) Chart Rising Working Class Affluence During Post War Golden Age?

    In Your Own Words Summarise How Hobsbawm (2003) and Sandbrook (2005) Chart Rising Working Class Affluence During Post War Golden Age?

    In your own words summarise how Hobsbawm (2003) and Sandbrook (2005) chart rising working class affluence during Post War Golden Age? There are many reasons why there was a rise in the affluence of the working class which Hobsbawm and Sandbrook both agree on, such as education and increase in employment through out the nation. There seems to be no single event or trend, which explains directly the rise in affluence, but by taking a

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    Essay Length: 436 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 29, 2010 By: Yan
  • Post War Southern Mentality

    Post War Southern Mentality

    Matthew HIST 4315 Book Review Post War Southern Mentality Thomas L. Connelly and Barbara L. Bellows’s God and General Longstreet: The Lost Cause And The Southern Mind effectively examines numerous characteristics within the mental process of southerners and their leaders before, during, and particularly after the Civil War. This text successfully investigates the ideas of southern politicians, generals, novelists, and journalists who all in the face of defeat combined to form a Lost Cause generation

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    Essay Length: 1,496 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: May 25, 2010 By: Mike
  • Factors Ailing the Japanese Economy

    Factors Ailing the Japanese Economy

    Factors Ailing the Japanese Economy The second largest developed economy in the world and the third overall has not been able to recover from its times of the lost decade. Following the asset price bubble burst in the 1990s after the Bank of Japan eased monetary policy to sustain growth, Japan really could not catch up with the pace of the economic growth in economies world over. Individuals and businesses have been sceptical about consumption

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    Essay Length: 692 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: July 7, 2014 By: Piyush Khurana
  • Essay on Japanese Economy

    Essay on Japanese Economy

    Essay on Japanese economy The economy of Japan has the third largest economy by GDP (the national income and output of the country.); the fourth largest by Purchasing Power Parity and it’s the second largest developed economy in the world. The country’s GDP per capita was the 22nd highest in 2013 and it is a member of the Group of Eight (The Group of Eight was the name of a forum for the governments of

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    Essay Length: 1,020 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: January 3, 2015 By: 1159989
  • Tokyo Financial Center Impact on Japanese Economy

    Tokyo Financial Center Impact on Japanese Economy

    Tokyo Financial Center impact on Japanese Economy: Tokyo Financial Center is composed by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Central Bank of Japan, Regulation and supervision institutions, As a financial Center, Tokyo deeply impacts on the Japanese economy. That impact can be measured in terms of macroeconomic data and also in relation to the financial markets. What is the impact of financial markets in economic growth?... Real economy, job economy, Global economy ability to grow When

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    Essay Length: 1,058 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: October 17, 2018 By: pp002
  • Civil War - North and the South Economy

    Civil War - North and the South Economy

    Economics are the key to a country's development and prosperity only if the country is united in one ideology. This was not the case in the pre-Civil War period. The fragile balance created by expansion of the North and the South made the Civil War inevitable because the economies of each were based upon free labor and slave labor. The economy in the South was primarily agrarian and based upon the slave-labor system. (F) The

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    Essay Length: 607 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: January 26, 2009 By: Stenly
  • The Roles African American in Civil War

    The Roles African American in Civil War

    In the history of the United States, African Americans have always been discriminated against. When Africans first came to America, they were taken against their will and forced to work as laborers. They became slaves to the rich, greedy, lazy Americans. They were given no pay and often badly whipped and beaten. African Americans fought for their freedom, and up until the Civil War it was never given to them. When the Civil War began,

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    Essay Length: 699 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 9, 2009 By: Tasha
  • Roles of Important Women During the Civil War

    Roles of Important Women During the Civil War

    Women played an important role during the American Civil War but it wasn't until 100 years afterwards that they received recognition. Even today history books skip over the important roles women had during the Civil War. Wives, mothers, daughters, and grandmothers impacted the War both at home and on the battlefield. Their lives changed in many ways with the onset of the Civil War. Women took on many different roles that helped their side during

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    Essay Length: 1,344 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 11, 2009 By: Tommy
  • A Yankee's Argument of Post-Civil War Reconstruction

    A Yankee's Argument of Post-Civil War Reconstruction

    A Yankee's Argument of post-Civil War Reconstruction After the Civil War was over, the South was in, for the most part, in ruins. Events during the war that made this happen were for example, General Sherman’s troops destroyed 33% of Atlanta by burning trees, houses, and anything else that got in their way. Around 10% of all the white males in the south died in the war. About 4 million slaves were set free. The

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    Submitted: November 14, 2009 By: Kevin
  • Georgia's Role During the Civil War

    Georgia's Role During the Civil War

    Throughout the 1850’s a division in the country between North and South widened. However, in spite of the rising rhetoric, the state of Georgia was far from becoming a “war machine.” In Marietta, the Georgia Military Institute went to the state for funds only three times between 1852 and 1863. Throughout the state, railroads were being built up for economic reasons, not reasons of war. Atlanta was concerned about fighting equipment for its newly formed

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    Essay Length: 685 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 26, 2009 By: Mike
  • Japanese Americans Interned in American Prison Camps During World War Two

    Japanese Americans Interned in American Prison Camps During World War Two

    Japanese Americans Interned in American Prison Camps during World War Two Anyone who has taken any sort of history course is most likely to have learned about World War Two and how the basic cause of this war was the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, which was a United States Water Naval Base on an island in Hawaii. “This day is a day which will live infamy” (Taylor 50), is the famous quote formally

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Mike
  • Japanese-American Internment Camps During World War 1

    Japanese-American Internment Camps During World War 1

    We think of Franklin D. Roosevelt as one of our greatest presidents. We see Roosevelt as the president that helped the American people regain faith in themselves, especially at the depth of the great Depression. They say he brought hope as he promised prompt, vigorous action after asserting this statement, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” But no one looks back to notice Roosevelt to be the president who signed an

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    Submitted: December 14, 2009 By: Artur
  • Isolationism in Post-World War I America

    Isolationism in Post-World War I America

    In George Washington’s farewell speech he warned the American people to beware “the insidious wiles of foreign influence.” Though it was never put into law, this statement has played a major role in the American foreign policy of isolationism. American isolationist sentiment stems from the fact that America is geographically isolated from the rest of the world. American isolationist sentiment was at its peak in the years following World War I. “In the war of

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    Submitted: December 27, 2009 By: Fonta
  • The Role of African Americans in the Revolutionary War

    The Role of African Americans in the Revolutionary War

    The Role of African Americans in the Revolutionary War An estimated 100,000 African Americans escaped, died or were killed during the American Revolution(Mount). Roughly 95% of African Americans in the United States were slaves, and because of their status, the use of them during the revolution was inevitable(Mount). This led many Americans, especially those from the North, to believe that the South's economy would collapse without slavery due to the use of slaves on the

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    Essay Length: 783 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: December 30, 2009 By: Mike
  • Public Schools Vs. Post-Cold War Military Spending

    Public Schools Vs. Post-Cold War Military Spending

    Public Schools vs. Post-Cold War Military Spending Even though the Cold War era is a distant memory, encased in glass forever like some museum piece, our government is still spending as if the Soviet Union was in its prime. If the arms race is a forgotten memory, then why is the military still spending 86% of what it was spending during the Cold War. It's not that us Americans do not want a solid military,

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    Essay Length: 1,203 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: January 5, 2010 By: Andrew
  • Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy

    Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy

    Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy I read the article "Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy," and I believed that the idea of politics is confusing because I do not pay much attention to today's news. To me, current politics are meaningless because Bush is too war loving, Kerry changes his mind too often and has a not so impressive war history, and politics overall tells people what they want to

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    Essay Length: 382 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: January 14, 2010 By: Jessica
  • The Role of the Economy and Its Effects on Women’s Roles in Austen’s Novels

    The Role of the Economy and Its Effects on Women’s Roles in Austen’s Novels

    "The role of the economy and its effects on women's roles is introduced from the very first lines of the novel. Austen says, "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife...[and]...he is considered as the rightful property of some one or other" (Austen 1) of the daughters of the neighborhood. Economy and financial matters is an appropriate way to begin

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    Essay Length: 280 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: January 21, 2010 By: Edward
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Communication Conflicts Within the Home After Returning from War.

    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Communication Conflicts Within the Home After Returning from War.

    Prepared by: Patrick Ferguson, Adriana Gavrau and Shannon Marshall. INTRODUCTION Many soldiers, returning home from their years of service in the military, have fond memories of things they have experiences and friendships they had acquired. For most soldiers, the time they spent in the armed services was a transition point in their life from high school graduation, into adulthood. However, there is a vast majority of these soldiers that are left with unpleasant reminders of

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    Submitted: January 23, 2010 By: Anna
  • The Role of Government in the Economy

    The Role of Government in the Economy

    The Role of Government in the Economy Many early post independence leaders, such as Nehru, were influenced by socialist ideas and advocated government intervention to guide the economy, including state ownership of key industries. The objective was to achieve high and balanced economic development in the general interest while particular programs and measures helped the poor. India’s leaders also believed that industrialization was the key to economic development. This belief was all the more convincing

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    Submitted: February 5, 2010 By: Vika
  • Japanese Economic Success Post Wwii

    Japanese Economic Success Post Wwii

    "Japanese economic success is based on the ability to fuse the best of the west with the powerful traditions underlying Japanese life". The success of Japan in the world free market and its rapid ascension to the ranks of the worlds most powerful is subject to much debate. Having stagnated in isolation until the arrival of Commodore Perry in 1853 and suffering a massive blow to the economy following the loss of World War II,

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    Essay Length: 1,281 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: February 9, 2010 By: Artur
  • Post World War II Germany

    Post World War II Germany

    Introduction After The surrender of 1945, Germany was a country in shame, her once proud people, Prussian to Bavarian, were let down. The Third Reich was over, and the series of nations that would rise from the ashes would have much more in store for them. It would be another 40 years or so before she would be once again united, and encounter the taste of prosperity. Part 1, A Divided Germany I. Occupied Germany

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    Submitted: February 12, 2010 By: Jack
  • What Role Did Personalities Play in the War in Iraq?

    What Role Did Personalities Play in the War in Iraq?

    What role did personalities play in the War in Iraq? The “players” in Iraq decision making, the neo cons of this administration including Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and Wolfowitz all share certain personal characteristics that can be described by the individual levels of analysis. They all lived through Vietnam; it was their generation who “suffered” the defeat of the US. They draw a distinction between Iraq and Vietnam and are unwilling to allow the US forces

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    Submitted: March 17, 2010 By: Top

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