The war is considered the first modern war because it relied heavily on industry, telecommunications, and rapid transportation for its conduct. The Telegraph, for example, enabled generals to communicate with forces in far-flung areas. Journalists could also file stories with newspapers as photographs were extensively taken than in previous conflicts. As a result, the war was highly documented. Balloons were also widely used in the conflict.
The German Reich and its allies represent power, military, and economic and, above all, in moral respects, which is superior to any possible coalition in the world. The German armed forces will always do their part whenever it may be necessary. The confidence of the German people will always accompany their soldiers.” (Hitler p 88) Therefore, the use of logos, ethos, and pathos is very dominant in this
They were in collaboration with the Army and they embraced the risk and opportunity of creating a flu vaccine, which ended up helping the world and solving the epidemic problem. Lastly, Salk and Francis nurtured and sustained the environment and community in which they live by doing everything for their neighbors and their country. Because of them, America became a better community and an easier place for people to nurture and sustain the environment. That is why Salk and Francis epitomize the Mid Pacific Learner
It was produced and created by Leni Riefenstahl, who was commissioned to do it by the Nazi Party. The aim of the documentary is to display Adolf Hitler as the savior of Germany and show the way Germans loved him and to encourage more people to support him. Riefenstahl successfully achieved her aim by focusing on key words from speeches given by Hitler and his party, and through her use of music and camera angles. First and foremost, Riefenstahl showed carefully chosen sections from various speeches given by the party and Hitler. The documentary tries to affect people's thinking into believing that Hitler and the Nazi Party were the right choice for Germany.
They also showed me many other things. To begin with, the play was different in many small details. The character Sergeant-Major Morris, who was a man in the story and who gave the Whites the paw, was now switched with his wife, whom proclaims that he died. The story and play of the Monkey’s Paw were both alike and different in many ways. Both the play and the short story showed the stories excellent ways of literature.
The effect that Blitzkrieg had on modern warfare is enormous, no longer would armies sit in trenches for months, no longer would soldiers die for little to no gain, the new blueprint of modern warfare was printed when the Germans unleashed this fast and effective tactic on the world. How was Blitzkrieg and the strategy employed in WW2 changed modern warfare? Mechanized machines played a big part in the changing of the guard, tanks, fast attack Humvees were deployed to soften up the enemy lines, making trench warfare obsolete, and is similar to how we fight our battles today. Another component was air dominance, German dive bombers harassed the enemy, creating mass destruction and confusion, once the bombers were done, the infantry and tanks would move in quickly, very similar to how most tactics today are
Dialogue enables the reader to define both characters and demonstrate their unique thoughts and visions to the reader. This narration “Aunt Clara was gone, and from out of Lennie’s head there came a gigantic rabbit. And it spoke in Lennie’s voice too” pg100) in Of Mice and Men indicates how Lennie’s very confined brain led him to hallucinating and talking to two imaginary figures. The same incident occurs with the narrator in The Yellow Wallpaper. “I don’t like to look out of the windows even—there are so many of those creeping women, and they creep so fast.” This dialogue directly shows how the narrator, with a mental illness that confines her logic, imagined many women “creeping” around her private front
Throughout the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” written by Harper Lee, the readers can see how Scout changes her view about Boo Radley. Because of their nosiness, Jem, Scout, and Dill try to drag Boo out his house and to the outside world. Their innocence actions combine with Boo’s actions have changed the image of Boo, in their mind, from “inside the house lived a mavolent phantom” (10), a person that kills cats, eats squirrels, poisones pecans… to a neighbor that they can trust who saves them from Bob Ewell, “Boo was our neighbor” (373). The readers can see a great change in their relationship. At the beginning, the children can’t even come near Boo’s place without palpitation, but at the end, Scout is comfortable enough to walks Boo up to
Finally, this essay will investigate how Dantes connection to Florentine art influenced the poems content. This essay aims to investigate the relevance of Italian 13,14 and 15th century religion, politics and art throughout Dantes inferno. Being the most important part of daily medieval life, Religion is prone to be one of the most influential topics in Dantes Divine comedy. Catholicism ruled as the dominant religion in medieval Florence from the late 13th to the early 14th century (Trotter). Dantes entire depiction of hell is based on Religion, Dantes spheres of hell all reflect a certain type of sin found in the bible (Trotter).
For example I picked Lennie because his dreams stands out the most.Well, we ain't got any,' George exploded. 'Whatever we ain't got, that's what you want. Also when george wanted a puppy, and he gets on later on but he ends up killing the puppy by smacking. Many characters in of mice and men have broken dreams such as Candy. In the book Of mice and men Crooks is also another example of how dreams don’t come true.