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    A German Perspective on World War Two

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    A German Perspective on World War Two "In Germany, they first came for the communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Catholic. Then they came for me -- and by that time there was nobody left to speak up." -Martin Niemöller

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    from Germany, but because the film offers a unique perspective of World War Two, the German perspective. This point of view allows American audiences to walk away from theaters and be impacted by themes which are common in the cinematic industry. However, because the film is the story of a German submarine, the effect is different than anything American audiences have previously experienced. One of these themes is failure. "Das Boot" presents German forces as being able to overcome failure in a victorious

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    Applying U.S. Principles on Internet Freedom

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    it can still be possible to gain knowledge, however with the understanding that it may not be entirely accurate. By looking at history as an area of knowledge, it can be said that a biased or selective source still allows one to gain a unique perspective on an event or issue. For example, if one wants to learn about the holocaust and they choose to examine information put together by a member of the Nazi Party; it is very likely they may encounter information that consists of nationalistic bias

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    Divergent Perspectives in Strange Meeting World War One can be regarded as on of the most futile events in history in which a whole generation was slaughtered; a generation with hope, a "possibility of life" and shining futures.  Strange Meeting depicts the War situation and the soldiers' and politicians' attitudes towards war. The question "who is the real enemy?" depicts the true evil nature of the politicians, as the German and British soldiers are the victims of the blood bath.  The soldiers

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    it would become the backbone of his art and a pillar of his legacy. in 1495 Dürer visited Venice, he would return to Nuremberg with Euclid’s Elements and Vitruvius’ De Architectura as the basis of his studies. This was the beginning of Dürer’s perspective experiments and mathematical human proportion. The Venetian artist Jacob de Barbari came to Nuremberg to assist Dürer with those new studies, as Dürer would create a series of drawings leading up to his famous Adam and Eve (1504) engraving, showing

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    Various Perspectives on War in Homer's Iliad

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    Various Perspectives on War in Homer's Iliad The Iliad is a story of rages of Achilles and the War of Troy. Thanks to the techniques of the author, Homer, The Iliad is very colorful, romantic, and it makes the readers imagine the ancient Greeks and their times of war. Homer is believed to be the author of epics other than the Iliad, although their authorship remains uncertain. Historian believes that Homer probably lived in the eighth century, B.C.1 (Discovering World History). However

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    since it was tailored to the aristocracy who were paying for these works of art. Fete galante creates a sense of intimacy not only with the figures in the paintings, but also with viewers seeing this painting. La Perspective exemplifies this sense of intimacy. The figures in La Perspective seem to be set in a personal garden or a public park. Off in the center background lies an architectural element. The building looks classical in design, in that the artists incorporated columns that flow upwards

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    Neuropsychologist and Patient Perspectives

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    Neuropsychologist and Patient Perspectives There are many classifications of tumors that compress or destroy the hypothalamus. A few forms are craniopharyngioma, germinoma, and glioma. Symptoms of craniopharyngioma include headaches, visual disturbances, pituitary hormone deficiencies, retardation of growth, and calcification of the sella region in children. Germinoma, also called ectopic pineoloma or atypical teratoma, has similar effects to serninoma of the testis or dysgerminoma of the

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    Perspectives of the Characters in The Young Housewife From the first stanza we decipher that there is a young housewife moving about her husbands house in negligee. Some important questions that come to my mind are: Is she alone?, and why is she moving? The answer to both of these questions we do not know. Is this young housewife dancing around the house in her negligee because her and her husband had a wonderfully romantic night, or is she merely shuffling along performing her wifely chores

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    Perspectives on Fear

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    “At the University of California at Irvine, experiments in rats indicate that the brain’s hormonal reaction to fear can be inhibited, softening the formation of memories and the emotions they evoke” (Baard). Sometimes I have trouble sleeping. I lie in bed for hours while my mind churns through endless streams of fragmented thoughts and memories, bits of brain matter that I do not have time for in my waking life. I have tried the homeopathic remedies. I drink “calming” teas, take showers, and inhale

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