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They conducted all manners of techniques, strategies, and efforts of winning against their enemies who aimed to stop their raging mission of controlling much of European territories. This led to battle and violent mission by the military personnel, aimed at retaining their superiority power. However, their defeat by Allied Forces in May 1945 led to the end of war in Europe.
Among the authors who use their literal works to describe the nature of war, include the Randall Jarrell in his poem Eight Air Force. The poem depicts the Eight Air Force of the US that was just established in 1944 to act as one of the components of US Strategic Command tasked to combat in air and engaging the operations to fight in the World War II. It helped to carry out strategic bombings of enemies in Nazi Germany, France, and other countries in the Northern Europe. At some point, Randall described the war as the death trap by saying “The other murderers troop in yawning” in the second stanza (Gardner, p. 400).
Randall Jarrell also wrote another literal work dubbed The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner published in 1945. It described the death of a gunner in the ball turret during the Second World War in an American aircraft. In the third line, the author described the death by saying “Six miles from earth, loosed from its dream of life” (Cornelius, p. 3). They were on a mission to fight in the European territories to fight their enemies such as Nazi Germany.
Elie Wiesel’s Night is another work that described the nature of war. The author describes his experiences with his father where they were staying in concentration camps of Nazi German from 1944 to 1945. Wiesel’s narrative demonstrates the way they suffered where his father declined to a helpless situation. In this case, his father regrets that “If only I could get rid of this dead
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The paper explains the concept of warfare in the context of marketing activities and strategies undertaken by the business organization. In direction to this the prime objective of this paper is explains different warfare and strategies, which are required to be taken into account from the side of the organization for the purpose of achieving some crucial long term success and sustainability within existing highly dynamic and competitive business environment.
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Ravitch states that the American Education has failed due to many of the variations between the charter schools and the public schools. First, while both the public and the charter schools are funded by the US government, the charter schools are privately managed as opposed to the public managed public schools.
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