A paper which looks at the changes that took place in American history between World War I and the 1970s.
A paper written in fictitious autobiographical style which discusses the many changes that took place in America between World War I and the 1970’s. The paper discusses the causes of the WWI and its aftermath. It presents facts about World War II, the Cold War, the Korean War and Vietnam. The conclusion is an analysis of the event that has been the most significant in reshaping American life forever – the Civil Rights Movement.
Lets skip ahead to the World War II period, the war began in 1939 and I was 33 years old. I had been married for ten years and had two children and was a housewife. The war began as a conflict between Germany and Anglo French coalition but quickly broadened to engage most nations of the world. The war saw the introduction of two new weapons: the atomic bomb and a long-range rocket. To date WWII has been the most devastating war in history in terms of loss of human life and destruction. (World War II)
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