Posts Tagged: World War

Introduction The Hispanic community history across the United States is four centuries old. It begun with the creation of Spanish territories across mid and South America. These territories became part of the United States during the American-Mexico civil war where sections of Mexico were annexed of to become part of the United States. This includes… Read Article →

Product lifecycle is the process of product goes through from development to withdrawal from the market. There are five stages in the lifecycle: development, introduction, growth, maturity and decline. I would like to use an example of Coca-Cola. Here is its mission statement. “To create value and make a difference…everywhere we engage. ”(Baines, Fill and… Read Article →

In the cold war, the Western countries and the Eastern took sides on communism and capitalism. It has not changed much since the war ended, though. In “Harmony and the Dream,” Brooks divided the world into two parts: individualism and collectivism. Even though this kind of categorizing is simple for readers to understand, the drawback… Read Article →

In 1919, as the destructive World War I came to an end, many countries wanted to be paid back for their loss in the war. Not knowing who to target to pay for this mass destruction, many European countries decided to blame the entire war on the formerly powerful Germany. Many European countries gathered and… Read Article →

Communism (from Latin communis – common, universal) is a revolutionary socialist movement to create a classless, moneyless, and stateless social order structured upon common ownership of the means of production, as well as a social, political and economic ideology that aims at the establishment of this social order.[1] This movement, in its Marxist–Leninist interpretations, significantly… Read Article →

The Silver Donkey, a tale of a young English soldier who fled the chaos of the first world war to be founded by two French sister, Marcelle and Coco. Lieutenant Shepard is temporarily blind and has walked away from the war as he found it too hard to bear. The two sisters hide and feed… Read Article →

Tipoo’s tiger is a significant symbol between the East and West. It represents India’s dominance over the West, Europe. The Tiger represents India’s power, with the soldier representing Britain. However, Tipoo’s Tiger is located at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. It was captured from the Sultan after the British invaded Seringapatam and killed… Read Article →

Two great eras of poetry and prose have been witnessed by us where literature was an art and considered a profession of the literate. The two eras in comparison are the poetry of Victorian era or Romantic Poetry and poetry of the modern poets. The poems chosen under review are The Waste Land by T…. Read Article →

Liam O’flaherty’s “The Sniper” creates an eerie feeling caused by the intensity and severity of the raging war of the authors mind and text. Having read “The Sniper” and given the end, a notion is created that the author has brotherly issues or perhaps issues with a friend that is considered a brother. The sniper… Read Article →

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