First Real Studies of Flight

There were several trials to fly in old history, the idea was brought to mind after the invention of kites by Chinese, then Leonardo da Vinci made the first real studies of flight in the 1480’s. He had over 100 drawings that illustrated his theories on flight. The Orthopteran flying machine was never actually created. … Read more

Joe Louis fighting against racism in ww2

The son of Sharecropper, Joe Louis fought his way through the ranks of amateur and professional boxing, and winning the worlds heavyweight champion, a title he held from 1937-1949. Louis is perhaps best known for his legendary match up against German boxer Max Schmeling. Schmeling defeated Louis when they first fought in 1936, and in … Read more

HOW TO SURVIVE LONG FLIGHTS IN ECONOMY

Traveling is fun when journey strains are bearable. Anything in excess is never beneficial. Majority of the population love to travel by planes but it becomes hectic and boring when the journey is of long static hours. The takeoff, the turbulence, the flight announcements, the meal offerings, the entertainment magazines etc. all become an already-done-job … Read more

Role Of Media During Vietnam War

Identification and Evaluation of Sources For this particular essay, there will be four principle sources used to understand the relationship between the media and the events that took place during the course of the Vietnam War. The first source will be Reporting Vietnam: Media & Military at War by William M. Hammond. The principle focus … Read more

The Point of View of a Vietnam War Soldier Through the Use of Imagery, Tone, and Syntax in The Things They Carried, a Novel by Tim O’Brien

War is a devastating and dramatic experience for soldiers. Their conditions, both physical and psychological, were nothing short of horrendous. In Tim O’Brien’s novel The Things They Carried, he depicts life from the point of view of a soldier during the Vietnam War. Through his use of imagery, tone, and syntax, O’Brien portrays the ambiguity … Read more

War As Politics By Other Means

What is War? According to Carl Von Clausewitz, War is thus an act of force to compel our enemy to do our will. It is used to counter against the enemy with the use of modern types of equipment or armaments. It is a physical force where two opposing forces try to outwit each other … Read more

The Failure of the US in Vietnam

Although the failure of the US in Vietnam can be partially due to the clever strategies of the North Vietnamese armies and the guerrilla tactics that they employed to counter those of Technology employed by the far more advanced American Army. The Vietnamese army used the foreign territory of their home country against the US … Read more

About the Japanese Occupation Malaya

During the Second World War, Japanese Army takes charge of Malaya. The Japanese occupation caused uncertainty and chaos for the local residents. During the Japanese occupation in Malaya for 3 ? years, all the local people were controlled by Japanese and they had suffer a lot at that time as the policies brings social, economic … Read more

TCP/IP security attacks and prevention

The TCP/IP protocol suits are vulnerable to variety of attacks ranging from password sniffing to denial of service. I am going to focus on two attacks DOS (Denial of Service) and IP spoofing. Denial of Service (Dos): Denial of Service implies that an attacker (Hacker) disable or corrupts networks to user’s network. Denials of Service … Read more

Hacksaw Ridge – a Biographical War Film

Hacksaw Ridge is a biographical war film and hit the big screen in 2016. The film focuses on the world war two experiences of the pacific combat medic Desmond Doss, played by the Amazing Spiderman-star Andrew Garfield. Desmond Doss was a seventh-day Adventist Christian and refuses to use a firearm or any kind of weapon. … Read more

The Image of Protagonist in "Flight"

2007 American literature novel, Flight, is the story of a foster kid with zero hope, however Sherman Alexie’s (Spokane/Coeur d’Alene) unique approach makes it anything but an ordinary bildungsroman. Unlike in a conventional coming of age novel where readers witness the protagonist gaining maturity with difficulty, time traveling forces readers to question their own prejudices … Read more

Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

The Holocaust was a despicable event that had dimmed the light of societal humanity throughout from the early nineteen thirties to the mid nineteen forties. As the years passed, historians scanned through the remaining evidence from this era in order to reveal the details of this sickening massacre to the public’s eye. Teachers throughout the … Read more

How did the Nazi Party use propaganda

After succeeding power in Germany and establishing a one-party dictatorship, the Nazi party orchestrated a huge propaganda campaign that won the loyalty and cooperation of the German population. Even before rising to power, Adolf Hitler indicated an interest in the use of propaganda. In his book “Mein Kampf” written whilst in jail, Hitler hinted at … Read more

The Siege of Bastogne

The Siege of Bastogne took place in Germany in the year of 1944. It was a part of the last major German offensive campaign during World War II called the Battle of the Bulge which involved 250,000 German forces and 80,000 American forces. Germany’s main goal during this operation was to capture the harbored city … Read more

The 1861 to 1865 Civil War between the Northern and Southern states of America

The Civil War was fought from 1861 to 1865 between the Northern and Southern states of America. The forces fighting were the Union in the North and the Confederacy in the South. The main reason for war was the controversy involving slavery. The North fighting to abolish slavery and the South fighting to expand slavery. … Read more

Legacy of SS: Lebensborn program

Lebensborn was founded in 1935 by Heinrich Himmler. The name of the program translates to “fount of life”. This is what the Nazis attempted to create with the Lebensborn program. The goal of Lebensborn was to breed what Hitler saw as the “perfect” or “superior” race: Aryans or specifically blonde hair blue eyed people. Lebensborn … Read more

Josef Mengele’s Biography

Josef Mengele Josef Mengele was a “so-called” scientist who killed many Jewish people in the Holocaust. He was a German doctor who lived his life to continue his studies at all costs. Josef Mengele was born on March 16, 1911 in Gunzburg, Germany to a somewhat wealthy family of five his father was founder of … Read more

John Kerry and Vietnam War

On April 22, 1971, in Washington, D.C., John Kerry testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee chaired by Senator William Fulbright in reply to legislative hearings on proposals relating to ending the Vietnam War. John Kerry was a former Navy lieutenant in Vietnam. During his duty in the Vietnam War, Kerry was wounded three times … Read more

Reinhard Heydrich’s death

In April 1939, the Nazis came into Lidice, Czechoslovakia. None of the residents paid much attention, but what happens three years later almost put Lidice off of the map. What did Lidice do to deserve what happened to them? The Lidice massacre all started with mission “Operation Anthropoid.” The mission was to assassinate top Nazi … Read more

The Cold War: An Era of Fear

An Era of Fear Truman had just demonstrated the raw power of the nuclear bomb, in order to end World War II, in 1945. The cost of war had immediately changed; the world had seen that whole cites could be obliterated within seconds. This would send a paralyzing shock through the world. After World War … Read more

Lexington and Concord: The American Revolution

“ The battles of Lexington and concord fought on April 19th started the American Revolutionary war. The fighting started on the Lexington Green and soon the British were hastily retreating under intense fire. Many more battles followed, and in 1783 the colonists formally won their independence. The redcoats had better weapons than the militias and … Read more

Canada’s Involvement in the Second World War

Canada involvement in the second world war was well calculated because unlike the first world war, where it plunged into the war as soon as the United Kingdom got involved, in the second world war, Mackenzie King, the Canadian leader had to wait until the parliament consented to the involvement and Canada got involved only … Read more

The Aftermath Of The 7 Year War On Americans

The Seven Year’s war is considered the first world war as it is fought in five different continents. The war is so significant to American history because the participants were some the greatest powers of its time and it had such a detrimental aftermath. The Seven Years’ War is known for its change of fighting … Read more

The First Kashmir War 1947-1948

The first war between India and Pakistan started very often the independence in October 1947 and ended in December 1948 with the mediation of UN, effected on January 1st, 1949. This was also known as first Kashmir war, fought for Kashmir accession between both countries. Importance of KashmirKashmir was Muslim majority area, strategically located between … Read more

The Use of Rhetoric by Adolf Hitler

Throughout history, the question of “Does the end ever justify the means?” can be brought up and argued against many different political situations and standpoints, such as the current situations with Nelson Mandela and Edward Snowden. The most popular, and most likely argued, situation is Adolf Hitler’s siege for power in Germany. Many argue that … Read more

Are the Middle East Wars Justified?

In the film documentary the fog of war, Robert McNamara, a former Secretary of Defense, talks about 11 lessons he learned. He addresses the actions taken by himself and the government during the Vietnam war. These lessons can also be applied to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In my opinion, the middle east wars … Read more