Luftwaffe's Failure to Win the Battle of Britain
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The battle of Britain was all about the German Air Force’s attempt to gain air superiority over the Royal Air Force and their ultimate failure was one of the turning points of World War 2, and it started after the fall of Poland and France… Britain planned for German invasion called operation sea lion and this plan was to establish German air superiority over…
The Battle For Berlin
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The Battle of Berlin Before going into the discussion regarding overall importance of the Battle of Berlin on World War II (WWII) and the contributing factors of the battle, let us get a better understanding of what Battle of Berlin actually was. The battle of Berlin was the final battle between the Soviet Union and Germany, which put an end to the World War II in Europe.…
Guadalcanal Battle
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In the paper “Guadalcanal Battle” the author analyzes the battle of Guadalcanal, offensive against Japanese Empire on 07 August 1942, from the Guadalcanal Island, located in the Solomon Islands. The allied force mainly comprised of American defense, meant to isolate the Japanese base at Rabul.… After the victory at ‘Battle of…
Battle of Waterloo
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The Battle of Waterloo was fought on June 18, 1815. The battle took place approximately thirteen kilometers south of Brussels. The main players of one of history's most famous battles were Napoleon Bonaparte, the emperor of France, against the Allied armies commanded by the 1st Duke of Wellington Arthur Wellesley and Field Marshal General Leberecht Prince Blucher von Wahlstadt of Prussia (Hofschroer).…
Antietam Battle Analysis
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The battle of Antietam between the United States (Union) and the CSA (Confederacy) revolutionized the economic and political scenarios of the Southern and Northern states. This battle was the end result of the economic and political difference in the Southern and Northern state… Besides, the growth and development of democratic ideas forced the Northern States…
The Battle of the Somme
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The Battle of the Somme was planned as a joint British and French campaign in late 1915. Primary responsibility for the attack plans fell on the French Commander in Chief, Joffre. Joffre had initiated the idea as a method of engaging the German reserve forces and draining German resources through a protracted war of attrition while the goal of gaining ground was a secondary consideration.…
The Battle of Yorktown
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In the battle for American Independence, the decisive battle was the battle of Yorktown, which was also known as the siege of Yorktown. It was marked by Cornwallis’s mistakes, and the American and French allies were able to take advantage of these mistakes.… The Battle of Yorktown British ships ended up in flames, and Cornwallis was soon surrounded by…
Battle of Leipzig
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The 1813 Battle of Leipzig, which is also known as the Battle of Nations, marks the high point of the German ‘War of Liberation’. It also marks a time of cooperation and coordinated efforts among the various European nations against Napoleon Bonaparte.… It was the largest armed conflict in history during that time, a conflict which eventually led to the…
KapYong Battle April 1951
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The essay "Kap’Yong Battle April 1951" aims to examine the contribution of battalion in the war that did not had proper training and war equipment to fight against the Chinese force in the Kap’Yong battle but they succeeded to defeat the huge Chinese army. … The battle of Kap’Yong began on the 22nd of April and lasted till the 25th of April 1951. The Chinese…
Battles of history, Strategist Thinking, Agree or not
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Battle of Britain during WWII Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Battle of Britain during WWII Sun Tzu and other Strategies The battle of Britain during WWII started when the British intelligence intercepted coded transmissions from a German radio, which clarified that an invasion of Britain was eminent.… One of Britain’s immediate aims was to prevent the French…
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Use of Air Combat in World War First Name / Last Name School Affiliation The war in the Air in both World Wars had the same main aim: to destroy the morale of the civilian population. How far do the sources support this interpretation of the War in the air in the two World Wars?… This evaluation refutes claim that the aim of the World War I was to kill the…
Epic Proposal: The Battle of Hastings
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Of all the historical events from the post-classical period, the Battle of Hastings clearly deserves to be portrayed in modern cinema, using all available special effects and production methods; think "Saving Private Ryan" except with horses, archers, and chain mail-clad foot soldiers.… The ensuing battle resulted in a narrow defeat of the English forces under…
Answer some questions
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Opposing side plans were included in defeating Britain’s fighters strength, and attacking the British domestic shipping in the English Channel. The… Germany attacked the Great Britain by bombing and bringing lots of destruction. In return, the British forces fought back to counter the German conquest. German continued the attacks by fighting the Britain’s…
Short primary source essay World War II & the post-war world
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Most of the casualties were innocent civilians with an approximation of about thirty eight million people. More than fifty countries fought the war. It was fought in the period of between 1939 and… The World War II severely razed lots of civilians making it a backcloth for genocide killings. It involved the killings by Nazi Germany and other mass slaughters of…
The Battle for Bunker Hill by Richard M. Ketchum
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One of the best and most popular works on the opening of the American Revolution, The Battle for Bunker Hill by Richard M. Ketchum explores the backgrounds and the results of the battle on the American Revolution and America… One of the best and most popular works on the opening of the American Revolution, The Battle for Bunker Hill by Richard M. Ketchum…
World war II technology
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The Second World War was a unique affair in a number of aspects. For the first time, various aspects having come forth that were beyond the mankind’s imagination and comprehension. … Hence World War II is characterized by the introduction of modern warfare. It was the peak of the activities, such as industrial development and scientific introduction into…
Nazism in Europe/ and Describe Allied campaigns on the European
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Europe as a continent was devastated economically and this made Europeans of many nationalities to question their political systems. The rising of fascist and totalitarian states in Europe and… The National Socialist Party was formed by Hitler and it gained support because the German people had surrendered in the First World War and he took it as betrayal…
Churchill, Hitler, and the unncessary war
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Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War To this day the true causes of the Second World War continue to be debated. This is in part because the war was an incredibly complex affair, with millions of people involved and governments of various level of competency and credibility.… The Treaty of Versailles, and the punitive damages enforced against Germany,…
The differences between the battle of Waterloo and the Battle of the Somme
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The current paper presents detailed information about The Battle of Waterloo and The Battle of The Somme. This study will not only help to understand differences between these two battles but also will define aims of each battle and describes their consequences. … This paper presents brief report of The Battle of Waterloo and The Battle of The Somme. The…
World War II
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Wars in general and subjective term, could be understood as those aggressive acts involving either two or a number of nations for the settlement, of any conflicting issues of territorial/geographical, political, economic or social nature.… History has recorded and proved time and over again that such aggressive act of violence against any nation has resulted…
Battle of the 73 Easting
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The Battle of 73 Easting The Battle of 73 Easting refers to one of the most important battles fought in the 1991 Gulf War. It led to the destruction of the most crucial unit of the Iraqi Republican Guard, the Tawaklna elite division. The Tawakalna had been the central unit of the Iraqi offensive that invaded Kuwait.… The 2ACD and 1ID of the US Army utilized…
How successful was the strategic bombing of Germany in the Second World War On what criteria do you base your assessment
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Name Date Course Section/# Strategic Bombing of Germany During the Second World War: An Analysis of Scope and Effectiveness in Aiding the Eventual Allied Victory World War II was unique from a number of different perspectives. First and foremost, it was the largest armed conflict that the world had thus far experienced, extending the scope, combatants, munitions employed and overall death toll far beyond even the First World War.…
Battle of Algiers
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During the struggle for and partition of Africa, many European countries embarked on a struggle for resources from Africa to sustain their industries and to look for broader markets as well. As such, many countries were colonized by these western nations which included Britain… Of particular interest is Algeria, a country in the Northern part of Africa.…
KapYong Battle April 1951 The Korean War
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The Kap’Yong battle is one of the shortest but important and intense battles fought during the Korean War. The battle was combatted between the Chinese and UN forces. The Canadian battalion was led by the Lieutenant Colonel Jim Stone. … The battalion was not the regular army of Canada but it was sent by the Canada at relatively time of peace and its main…
Various Assignments
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Date Part I: World War II Battles Battle of Britain The Battle of Britain involved a sustained air attack on Britain by Germany between July and September 1940 and decidedly provided the Allies with an advantage over the Axis. The Allie’s advantage arises out of the fact that Germany’s air attack was designed to gain air superiority over Britain and the latter’s defence defeated Germany’s attempt.…
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