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Patrick Donnell Sharen Buyher 17 October 2011 The Importance of D-Day World War II had many key battles that set the momentum of the war. Every single battle was very valuable to the country that won it, because it made them that much closer to winning the war that involved everyone. “The invasion on June 6, 1944 [D-Day]” (Gelber & Martin, 1978). was an operation that took a lot of intricate planning had little margin for error. What took place on D-Day and how did the planning of it make D-Day sucessful?
The Lacedaemonian Constitution By: Jarred Salha Athens & Renaissance Florence Research Seminar Professor Horowitz December 8, 2009 “The Lacedaemonian Constitution” Sparta has always been admired for its dedication to ideas, discipline and stability. One of the concepts which Greeks admired was the Spartan constitution, which was a combination of oligarchy, monarchy and democracy. Historians have addressed the question of whether the Spartan constitution was effective, and worthy of admiration, in two primary ways: the application of its laws and their effect, and the process by which the governing body was assembled. It is generally agreed that the constitution was a success because Sparta accomplished
The unpatriotic act: ten years later. Truthout.org. Retrieved October 5, 2012 from http://truth-out.org/news/item/4076:the-unpatriotic-act-ten-years-later Scarre, Geoffrey F. (1996). Utilitarianism. London, GBR: Routledge, 1996. p 4. http://www.site.ebrary.com/lib/ashford/Doc?id=10058083&ppg=13 Summary of the PATRIOT Act.
3). I like how the author wrote about this but he did not only speak about about destroying the other societies but also using their heads and adapting what little knowledge that society has into their own and creating a more powerful and intelligent empire. I believe this was the key to the true power of the small empires that were growing back then and is revealed in the novel. The ones that truly were going to rise up and succeed were not only brutes and vicious men, but also ones that would use their heads and use intelligence and adapt it not only on the battle field but also their own lives. “Firearms reached Japan in A.D. 1543, when two Portuguese adventurers armed with harquebuses (primitive guns) arrived on a Chinese cargo ship.
In A Separate Peace by John Knowles there were many things I liked. I really liked the character of Gene, the setting, the diction, and the storyline. I really liked Gene. Even though, he wasn’t the most spectacular character, he was my favorite. His personality was just really entertaining.
As technology become more advance, people use their knowledge to create a lot of weapons to fight with other like guns and bombs. For example, in the story, John sees the fire fallings out of the sky and a mist that poisoned. It helps the reader to realize that all the ruin roads and broken statues in “By the Water of Babylon” were the disaster that cause by bombs. Like John said “They ate knowledge too fast” it’s
Significance: The author is showing how powerful the U-boat is by winning the battle. It also gives a very good visual for readers of what is going on in the attack. Vocab: whistle. See reference: author used this word to bring readers into to the story like they are part of the battle. Also, to illustrate how fast the bullet was travelling.