The Impact of the Treaty of Versailles

Germany had to sign a war guilt clause stating that they had started the First World War. This made Germany look weak as they gave in easily. The German public didn’t support the government from the start and found that their surrender was a stab in the back. However as the Treaty of Versailles was […]

read more

Honoring Cold War Heroes

I have chosen to write about President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Winston Churchill. As a 15 year old living now in 2013, the heroes of the Cold War were unfamiliar to me so I was just not going to really do this assignment, but then my grandfather came for a weekend visit. I happened to […]

read more

Militarism

Militarism is the belief or desire of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military capability and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests. [1] It can be more simply defined as a policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing army always prepared for […]

read more

Dr. Mengele’s “Twins”

During World War II, horrible atrocities were taking place across Europe. Hitler created concentration camps to house the Jews that he planned to exterminate. One of these camps was called Auschwitz, and at this camp a cruel doctor began experimenting on children. Dr. Mengele’s favorite victims were twins he did horrible things on them. Dr. […]

read more

A Brief History of Physical Fitness

Ever wondered about the history of physical fitness, and how we ended up with gym memberships and training centers? Well, here’s a brief look back in time at the development of our fitness history: “Run For Your Life” 0-10,000 B. C. E: In the age of primitive man no one was buying memberships to the […]

read more

Korean Crisis

The date is 25th November, 2010. Two days ago, on the 23rd, North Korea opened fire on the South Korean Yeonpyeong Island. Two South Korean Marines and an additional two civilians died as a result of this bombardment. Numerous homes and shops were destroyed due to the shelling and ensuing fires. This attack was done […]

read more
Showing 1 to 6 of 11 results