Propaganda

Wartime Propaganda: World War I

Wartime Propaganda: World War I The Drift Towards War Lead this people into war, and they’ll forget there was ever such a thing as tolerance. To fight, you must be brutal and ruthless, and the spirit of ruthless brutality will enter into the very fiber of national life, infecting the Congress, the courts, the policeman […]

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Women’s contribution to the war

Women’s contributions to the war in 1939-1945 had a greater long term impact than in 1914-1918. Many of the Acts created in WWII are still in place today and it is thought that WWI laid the foundations for women and helped to build their confidence. However, it was WWIIthat put everything women had previously learned […]

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How far did equality exist in Britain before the First World War

Before the first world war women did not have equality in terms of their legal status . The legal status was what women were fighting for, they want to know or have a place in the legal system and as women they wanted to have rights. Women wanted to be ale to keep their children […]

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How important was the First World War in bringing about this change

The First World War had some importance in enabling women to be enfranchised, yet its influence was limited. There had been increasing long term progress before it, and it did not fundamentally change attitudes towards women. There is a lot of evidence to show that attitudes were already changing before the war. Women had won […]

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Were Was it the length of World War I that destroyed the Reign of the Tsar

It would be unfair and inaccurate to state that the abdication of Nicholas II was a direct result of the length of World war I without first looking at the other problems faced by the Tsar in 1914-1917, the years of war in which the Tsar was in power. There were many other threats to […]

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Which of these give a more accurate picture of soldiers’ experiences

The First World War, also known as the Great War, took place between 1914 and 1918. The western front refers to the lines of trenches, when Britain was in battle against enemies. Poems were written in large quantities during this World War, mainly by military personnel but also by some non-combatants. Stories during this period […]

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Justifications for WWI

In June 1914, a series of incidents took place which, added to the already-present tensions between factions, would “light the fuse to World War I.” While Franz Ferdinand, the archduke of Austria, and his wife were on a royal visit to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, Garvilo Princip, a member of a Serbian terrorist organization […]

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To What Extent Was Balkan Nationalism Responsible for the Outbreak of the First World War

The First World War was a long and tragic war that kidnapped Europe into four years of war with each other. The war left behind it an appalling saga of a raped Europe – ten million dead, millions of widows and orphans, unredeemable destruction to countries and cities, and emotionally tortured millions of minds. The […]

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Change in Weaponry during First World War

Weapons have been used since humanity existed. Humanity has always found a way to, hunt or kill its prey or enemy, more effectively. One of the biggest developments for weaponry was during the First World War. I have choose to research and write about this topic because I find it very interesting how war can […]

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What is the tradition of animosity between racial groups in Europe during the Twentieth Century

Genocide has been a large problem throughout history, as it suppresses different groups of people and is the strongest form of racism, it is essentially murder and has occurred since records began with many different peoples suffering. It is arguable that this kind of action is part of human nature since it has occurred so […]

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