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    Overview of the Voyage of St. Luis

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    however, were to pursue the intelligent strategy of fleeing to distant places, such as South America and the United States. A group of 937 Jews who decided to hide in the Americas boarded in the transatlantic S.S. St. Louis on May 13, 1939 at Hamburg, Germany with the destination to Havana, Cuba. The transatlantic sailed urgently from Germany because of the fact that Jewish citizens desperately had to escape the Holocaust, encounter refuge, and a few passengers had a secret mission regarding the American

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    to the Untied States as slaves was not only unjustified ethically and morally, it was also unjustified economically in its fostering of agricultural dependence, industrial retardation, and ultimate economic crippling of the American South. The transatlantic slave trade resulted in the collection and distribution of a huge quantity of individuals from Africa to various other places around the world, especially to the Americas, Europe, and European-controlled lands. To the Americas alone, nearly eleven

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    Reparations For 246 consecutive years, blacks have been kidnapped, whipped to death, mutilated, and raped. From 1619 to 1865, these generations of slave families were living as property rather than human beings. History would agree that the crimes done against these set of selected people do not compare to those of other races. Many people don’t know that there were sex slave farms that practiced a process known as “buck breaking”. “Buck breaking” was when a slave master would bind and whip his

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    quite possibly, not even a nation at all. Slavery has been a factor in the development of the United States since colonization of the Americas first began. Slavery first began to have an impact on the United States with the emergence of the Transatlantic Slave Trade system in the 1600’s. The English American colonies traded a variety of

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    Airships

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    Airships INDEX PROLOGUE 2 TYPES OF AIRSHIP 2 RIGID AIRSHIP 2 NONRIGID AIRSHIP 3 HISTORY OF RIGID AIRSPS 3 HISTORY OF NONRIGID AIRSHIPS 4 AIRSHIPS TODAY 5 HINDENBURG 6 HINDENBURG DISASTER 7 PROLOGUE An airship is a type of lighter-than-air aircraft with propulsion and steering systems, it is used to carry passengers and cargo. It obtains its buoyancy from the presence of a lighter-than-air gas such as hydrogen or helium. The first airship was developed by the French, called a ballon dirigible

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    American Growth America’s economic boom that occurred from 1790 to 1860 was directly impacted by technological advances of the time. The drastic changes in communication and transportation accounted for the quick and large economic growth of America from 1790 to 1860. During this 70 year period, the country went from horses and boats for transportation and communication, to railroads and telegraphs. The change in the communications technologies allowed for information to be quickly disseminated;

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    Through Snow and Sleet; Cheering French Carry Him Off Field.'' (James, 1927, p.1). The newspaper boldly announced Charles Lindbergh's astonishing achievement throughout the country. Young man Charles Lindbergh from Detroit, Michigan made the first transatlantic, solo flight from New York to Paris of 3,600 miles in 33 and a half hours. Charles Lindbergh's extraordinary success catapulted the curiosity of millions of Americans in air travel. On the front page of The New York Times Edwin L. James also wrote:

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    Human Trafficking

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    happen to a person is for them to lose their freedom. It seems unreal that slavery still exists but human trafficking is what most, are calling modern day slavery. There are more people in slavery today than there was at the worst part of the transatlantic. We must take action but law enforcement without prevention is “not enough to stop human trafficking” (Great Debate). There should be more awareness, prevention, punishment for perpetrators as well as support for victims. Human trafficking is when

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    The tragic event known as 9/11 affected many people in the United States and worldwide. The loss of family/friends/loved ones, the search for Osama bin Laden, financial changes, increase in military, and the damage of New York City, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C changed many peoples lives. The one thing that affects almost every single person, is the change in airport security throughout the United States. I choose to research the topic of the change in airports after 9/11 because I travel a lot

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    Who, What, Where and Why? The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (herein TTIP) is just the latest piece of corporate driven legislation in a long line of what have commonly become known as ‘free trade agreements’. Highly secretive negotiations have been taking place between the US government and our own European Commission (yes that unelected bunch) with the supposed aim of creating a free trade area between America and Europe, an almost transatlantic single market so to speak. However

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