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Bulgaria declaration of war, and the response.

World War One is known for the battle in Europe, and perhaps some of you have read about the failed campaign in Gallipoli. However the Allied Powers were also involved in Bulgaria and the Balkans. 629 more words

The First World War

See how the battle lines changed on every day of World War II

This past week, the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II was commemorated.  It was on August 15, 1945, that Japan, the last axis power, announced its surrender to the allied powers after two devastating nuclear bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.   352 more words


An Old Newspaper

Rummaging through excess accumulated personal and bookstore papers with culling in mind, I found a New Orleans States newspaper dated August 14, 1945. Does the date ring a bell? 339 more words

The Mad Monarchist: An Example of Injustice for an Imperial Army

Originally posted on The Mad Monarchist.

Even today, the trial and conviction of Japanese war criminals remains a controversial topic. There are those in Japan who deny that any significant war crimes were committed by Japanese officials or military personnel as well as others who take the view that some war crimes may have been committed but that these were certainly no worse than those committed by the Allied powers and thus should be dismissed. 264 more words

20th Century

WrestleMania XI Day 2 - Greensboro Coliseum (5/27/95)

World Tag Team Titles Match: Allied Powers (c) def. Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith
Chris Adams and Iceman King Parsons rose to the occasion once again as they gave their challengers their required rematch. 940 more words

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World War II and It's Brutality

Rachel Taylor

Western Civilization

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Review Assignment Week 28

Did World War II become more brutal as time went on? In what ways? Was the brutality on only one side? 310 more words

Western Civilization

The Post-American World Ch 6

By Robin Boch

Chapter 6 of The Post-American World, titled “American Power,” documents America’s rise to power and questions how powerful the nation really should be.  544 more words

The Post-American World By Fareed Zakaria