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    Allied Health Professionals Allied health professions are health care professions that branch out from nursing, medicine, and pharmacy. It is said that allied health professionals make up 60% of the total US health workforce. These professionals work in teams to make the health care system function by giving a range of diagnostic, technical, therapeutic and direct patient care services, that are important to patients they handle and other health professionals they work with. There are a lot of

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    Respiratory Therapists are allied health care specialist. Respiratory Therapists evaluate, treat, and assist their patients with breathing or cardiopulmonary disorders. They provide patients with oxygen and connect those who cannot breathe on their own to ventilators. Additionally, Respiratory Therapists examine patients regarding their respiratory ailments, test patients lung capacities, remove mucus from the patient’s lungs, provide emergency resuscitation in cases of ceasing breathing, etc. Respiratory

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    America’s Foreign Policy and the Cold War

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    been engaged in a very costly war in terms of dollars as well as lives. But, despite the expense the United States came out of World War II better than any other nation that was involved. The Second World War was a battle between the Allied and Axis Powers. The Allied Powers consisted of the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and France. This war was seen as the fight against Nazi Germany, and therefore resulted in a majority of the battles fought on German and Russian soil. The

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    World War II and Propaganda

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    many great nations of the world, such as the Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, and Japan; and the Allied Powers: France, Britain, and Russia. On December 7, 1941, America would join the Allies after Japan attacked Hawaii’s coast at Pearl Harbor, Oahu. The war was a terrible fight; however, the fight wasn’t just fought on land, air, or water. There was a more subtle fight being fought by the Axis and Allied government’s movie makers and poster designers. These men and women played an important role

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    War as Transformation

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    involved peoples from practically every continent for the first time in history. It is ironic to think that the destructive force of war was something that , in a sense, brought many peoples of the world together for a common cause whether it was the Allied cause, or the German or Russian cause. Looking at this war as an example of most wars, the causes of warfare stem from some sort of disagreement. Many of these disagreements derive from human insecurities about change. Fear of change drives people

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    D-Day and War

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    Overlord. On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy on the northern coast of France. The invasion was originally planned for June the fifth, but due to bad weather it was postponed until June the sixth. The Allies consisted of the United States, Britain, France, and Canada. The night before the attack Eisenhower ordered that the thousands of war ships, military and civilian, depart from English ports. They carried the assault force of one hundred and fifty-six thousand Allied soldiers through the

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    agenda. These problems were caused by many things, including Allied bias, American ambition, and Western European dominance. While trying to fix many problems in Europe, the Fourteen Points mainly concentrated on the things that were important to the Allied powers: France was bent on revenge, Great Britain was looking to further its power over the seas, and America was keen on becoming an even more powerful trade nation. The Allied Powers made it very hard for Germany and Austria and the newly

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    September 1944, Allied forces looking for a means to win the war by the end of the year, launched the biggest air and ground offensive in the history of warfare.1 Allied commanders had to find a way to break through the Siegfried Line. The Siegfried Line was the western defensive line into Germany extending north from the border of Switzerland to the Ruhr area of Germany. Instead of trying to break through the line, they decided to move north through Holland. 21st Army Group included 1st Allied Airborne

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    operation overlord

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    had been defeated at The Alamein by the British Eighth Army, after being trapped between two armies. Hitler, fearing he would be captured, ordered him back. The fighting in Russia had been so severe and deadly that Marshal Stalin was demanding an allied landing in France, so as to force Hitler to move his troops from Stalin’s divisions in the East. The line of trust between Stalin and the allies was thin, but fearing Russia would leave the was, the United States and Britain send Canadian soldiers

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    History of D-Day

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    but had also isolated them from the battlefields. During the spring and summer of 1941, the United States had come to a closure of their peace talks. The War Department had already began selling surplus war material to the British and other allied nations against Hitler. The United States was also trying to figure out how to meet up with the incredible demands formed by the Lend-Lease Bill. The Lend-Lease Bill stated that the United States had to ship out massive amounts of war materials

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