• World War 2 Weapons
    Weapons of World War 2 The Karabiner 98k was a German rifle introduced into general service in 1898. It was manufactured by the Mauser armory in huge quantities until it became obsolete after WWII. The 98K is a bolt action rifle that holds five rounds of 7.9mm on a stripper clip. It was...
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  • Aircraft of the World Wars
    , and launched counter attacks which devastated the German air force. Planes were truly being used as valuable weapons of war (“Battle”). The Luftwaffe, the German air force, crumbled under the Allied attacks. Germany tried to use the new jet fighter, yet the attempts failed. WWII was essentially...
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  • APUSH Ch 18-20
    strategy with Japan 20. 1940-1945- WW2, Holocaust in Germany, Hitler’s reign, Grand Alliance v Axis 21. 1941- US not ready for war, German fighting submarine war, fighting in Africa 22. December 11th 1941- Germany declares war on US 23. 1942- Japanese Interment Camps, Korematsu v. US, NWLB, OPA...
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  • World War I
    the Industrial Revolution, WW1 is commonly referred to as the Great War due to the countries and technology involved. With new forms of manufacturing such as the assembly line which allowed for the mass production of new weapons for warfare. This mass production caused for larger number of...
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  • World War Ii
    force called the Luftwaffe. Luftwaffe earned the meaning of their “air weapon”(Houghton Mifflin Company) during WW2. The Luftwaffe was the most technology advanced air force during WW2 through out the whole world. How The Luftwaffe affected WW2. Throughout WW2 there were only two leading...
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  • Third World Poverty
    England WW2 Summary England had about 5.5 - 6m soldiers engaged during the WW2. The British victims of the war are estimated to be around 430,000. England and WW2 is a huge topic, and this article has only briefly outlined what happened during the war years. This article aim to give readers...
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  • Heh Mla Cited
    ;. Judy, Ben. "Five Innovations from World War II." Big Design Events. N.p., 24 Sept. 2011. Web. 31 Jan. 2013. <http://bigdesignevents.com/2011/09/ innovations-from-world-war-ii/#wrap>. Marrs, J. "German Wonder Weapons." German Wonder Weapons. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Jan. 2013...
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  • Cold War
    invaded to put a stop to it. Nuclear Weapons Threaten the World Arms race(Cold War aspect) began right after WW2 between US and Soviet Union. At first US was the only one to have a nuclear weapon, then the Soviet Union developed one. Then both sides developed hydrogen bombs, which are more...
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  • The Changing Nature of Weaponry
    the new weapons of Poison Gas, Tanks, Hand Grenades, Aeroplanes and Flame-Throwers. The last war we have studied this year is WW2. This was caused by the oppression the German people felt regarding the Treaty of Versailles, and we overall see a development of the weapons that have been used in...
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  • Totalitarianism
       Totalitarianism Totalitarianism is a political system where the state holds total authority over the society and seeks to control all aspects of public and private life wherever necessary. [1] From German American political theorist Hannah Arendt’s idea, we can postulates six central...
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  • Black Magic
    . This was the reason that started the war between China and Japan that would overlap with WW2. The amount of weapons and firearms caused so much wreckage to the countries around the world, which is why militarism is considered one of the long-term causes. Basically the amount of militaries with...
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  • World War 2
    barrier troops, soldiers required to stop the defection of soldiers overwhelmed by panic, resorting to weapons whenever necessary. The USSR is responsible for about 28% of deaths in WW2, many of these acts being irrational. As an imperialist country and a member of the Axis powers, Italy ranks...
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  • World War I Led Almost Inevitably to World War Ii and the Conduct of World War Ii Made the Cold War Equally Inevitable.
    countries. Poland was formed out of parts of the former German, Austro-Hungarian, and Russian empires. A multitude of smaller nations were formed out of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. The sizes of France and Italy were increase whilst Germany was shrunk. Poland was given the passage to the sea, and...
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  • USSR Revision booklet
    war in 1941? How far do you agree that Stalin’s war leadership mainly accounts for the USSR’s ability to resist the German invasion in the years 1941-3? How far was the Soviet economy responsible for Russia’s victory in WW2? How far were the successes of Russia’s war economy responsible for...
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  • Whatever
    Causes and origins of the World War 2 In general the causes and origins of the World War 2 is all started by the origin of the Treaty of Versailles. This could be the key point. If we want to understand the cause of WW2 we need to look back to WW1. In 1933, a new chancellor was elected in...
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  • Wwii Weaponry
    the infantry. Infantry Weaponry Canadians did not have a shortage of weapons because they manufactured and produced weapons and munitions such as; 1.7 million small arms such as rifles, sub machine guns light machine guns, 43,000 heavy guns including anti-tank guns and anti-aircraft guns, 2...
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  • Compare and Contrast the Historical Significance Between Ww1And Ww2
    : The League of Nations was formed in the hope of preventing another such conflict. 2) WW2: The United Nations was established to foster international cooperation and prevent conflicts. Topical Sentence: C) Similarly, Both brought out the creation of new and dangerous weapons. 1) WW1: Supported...
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  • a book about life
    to History on the net this would be a social impact on Germany. Another cause of ww2 Hitler bringing back the army is political. Hitler wanted to bring back Germany, while he was re-rising he was also creating a MASSIVE army and building; weapons, bombs and tanks, so he could go to war with the...
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  • Ww 2 an Event That Changed History
    . servicemen raising the American flag on Iwo Jima, and the portrait of German Jewish girl Anne Frank. Even today, the shadow of World War II remains thinly visible. Memorials to the dead were still being erected more than 60 years after the end WW2....
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  • Werner von Braun and Robert Goddard
    .  End of WW2, Braun and the entire German rocket-development team surrendered to US troops and was taken to the US as part of Operation Paperclip. (500 people, along with plans and test vehicles).  Tested assembled and supervised launching of captured V-2s at US Army ordinance crops test site...
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