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ay, Japan also attacked Malaya, Hong Kong, Guam, Philippine Islands, Wake Island and Midway Island, clearly indicating that it was ready to take on the military might of the USA. In his speech to the Congress, President Roosevelt was categorical in saying that under the circumstances the US could not remain a silent spectator and was prepared to do everything to protect its territories and the interests of its people. He correctly said that for Americans, 7 December 1941 would be a “date which will live in infamy” because the Japanese had dared to directly challenge America for the ways it was involved in the War so far. It cannot be denied that President Roosevelt’s speech would have certainly resulted in enlisting American support for the war against Japan, primarily because the attack on Pearl Harbor was an open message to the US that Japan would now use forceful means against the US to meet its territorial and political objectives.
In his article titled The Massacre of the Jews, American journalist Varian Fry has given an authentic account of the horrible treatment of Jews by the Nazi regime during the Second World War and the manner in which thousands of them were cruelly tortured and annihilated by the Nazis regime. Fry was correct in holding that people found it difficult to believe reports of the Jews’ massacre in Europe because they straight away dismissed them as impossible despite the fact that indirect warnings were received from the Nazis also. Fry referred to the “heirs of the humanist tradition” in being surprised that the annihilation of the Jewish people was least expected from a humanist society such as the Europeans who did not have a negative record in history so far. According to the author, the Jewish problem was Hitler’s intolerance for Jews because he hated them and considered them to be the main cause for Germany’s defeat in the First World War as they believed in liberal, socialist and communist policies. He asserted that
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This has been the main concern for every government across the globe. However, the biggest unanswerable question is who is to blame for the negative economic growth in most countries in the world today. This question remains unanswered as people gamble to solve the problem of negative economic growth currently experienced in most countries.
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hat is engaged in manufacturing, selling, and marketing non-alcoholic drinks globally. The company provides still beverages (flavored water, enhanced waters, sports drinks, juice drinks, carbonated drinks, and energy drinks) and sparkling beverages. Additionally, the company provides flavoring sweeteners, beverage ingredients, powders to purify water, and fountain syrups.
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The total sales of cycling accessories in the UK achieve 853 m pounds per annum (LSE, n.d.).
One of the most prominent trends in the UK is that cycling becomes increasingly popular among kids who are getting on the bikes in order to ride to school (Anonymous 2014).
the poem concentrates on defining the life and time of the civil war, the writer has also frozen the time so that the poem depicts the homoerotic desires, and the comradeship associated with wars in different historical periods. In this case, the occurrences of new civil wars
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