How did a failure of collective security contribute to World War 2?
What does it mean that many countries believed in the principle of collective security after world war 2?
nations should act together to promote peace Read More
The compound, proper noun 'United Nations' is a singular noun, a word for one organization. A collective noun is a word used to group people or things is a descriptive way. A collective noun is an informal part of language, any noun that suits the context of a situation can function as a collective noun. The noun 'United Nations' will work as a collective noun, for example, a United Nations of students or a United… Read More
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He lead the team that developed the Atom Bomb. Read More
Not quite. Everything in the Old Testament is located in the Middle East (the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea). And even the New Testament didn't go much farther from there (somewhat west and north of it). But it (the inspired Word of God) is for everyone everywhere. Read More
Together with the rest of the Greek world, it passed on architecture, art, the arts, language which have influenced modern society. Read More
Nationalism created several strong countries in the same region. Read More
it changed world population drastically. Changed it politically and historically. Read More
Harrison Ford was an excellent actor and entertained many people in his movies. Read More
he was the supreme allied commander and oversaw operation overload Read More
By forming the USO to entertain troops Read More
It led many Europeans to view their country as superior to other states Read More
By sending entertainment to the troops. (APEX) Read More
Germany printed more paper money to pay wartime reparations, which led to hyperinflation. Read More
Through international trade, inventing astral navigation and inventing an alphabet to help communication and record keeping. Read More
Why is the World War 2 Battle of the Bulge considered a failure of Allied Military Intelligence units?
They failed to detect the buildup of Nazi forces prior to the attack. Read More
The Women's Army Corps was a place where women could serve during World War II. Read More
I suppose that they should not support the Treaty of Versailles and refuse to join the League of Nations. Read More
Many jobs that were traditionally done by men, had to be done by women when most of the male population went off to fight in the First World War. Read More
The scale of the destruction left much of Europe's infrastructure in need of rebuilding. Read More
He made the final decision to use the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, forcing Japan to finally surrender. Read More
Success for Spain: Columbus' voyage opened up the "New World" to European exploitation, which would generate untold wealth for Spain. Read More
Answer this question… The scale of the destruction left much of Europe's infrastructure in need of rebuilding. Read More
How did advances in military technology contribute to the stalemate that developed in Europe during World War 1?
Armies were unable to capture much territory, as it was defended by troops with machine guns. Read More
How did advances in military technology contribute to the statement that developed in Europe during World War 1?
armies were unable to capture much territory, as it was defended by troops with machine guns. Read More
The solar energy is a non polluting source of energy. It does not contribute to any greenhouse gas or pollution. Read More
The immediate reason was the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Read More
The USA did not free any countries by itself , this was a collective liberation by the Allies who were Great Britain, France Canada, USA and the USSR, all of Europe was liberated by these great countries on May7th 1945. Read More
He didn't. Germany invaded Poland, which obliged Great Britain and France, by their respective treaties with Poland, to declare war on Germany, which was the beginning of the greater war. Read More
yes he is known as the world failure, that missed shot back in 1923 made his fans upset, not only that but he had failed his fans. they were no longer his fans when they found out he was using pills which was called "cheating" back then Read More
It can be either. The adjective Swiss is used to describe things of or native to Switzerland (e.g. Swiss cheese). The noun Swiss is used as a plural collective noun for the people of Switzerland, or people from there. (e.g. The Swiss maintained their neutrality during World War II.) Read More
The industry sold war bonds, made trips to bases for USO shows ( Bob Hope made hundreds of these), people like Reagan worked for the military on training films, and newsreels were produced on the war. Several actors served in the military. Jimmy Stewart was a bomber pilot, Hank Fonda was in the army just to name two. Read More
How did the movement of soldiers during world war 1 contribute to the global influenza (flu) pandemic of 1918 to 1919 which killed millions of people?
Answer this question… Soldiers infected in one country carried the infection to other countries. Read More
Kelly Miller's main contributions were in civil liberties rather than mathematics. He was the first person of African American origin to study at John Hopkins University but could not keep attending because of financial difficulties. Read More
How did the location of Greek City-States contribute to each having its own commiunty and Government?
Nomadic tribes established themselves in an area which had sufficient agricultural land and water supply to support it. For protection they formed a fortress (acropolis) which developed into a city which was usually walled as a refuge if invaded. Agriculture was extended to fishing ad sea-trade. In this way each one set itself up as politically independent from the others, and so the city-state became the pattern of settlement, economy, security and so independence. Thus… Read More
The liberal modernization theory is mainly based on Western industrialized countries' values and traditions. The political, military and financial clout of these countries have led to an almost total predominance of those values when applied to any modernization effort anywhere in the world. Its main failure however is that it won't work well when applied to societies that have different traditions and values like most Muslim and Third World countries where clan or tribal structures… Read More
Alliances (by themselves) were not the cause of conflict in the Second World War. However prior to the First World War, Alliances played a contributing factor to the increase in tensions, the failure to resolve issues through diplomatic means, and the decisions of Austria-Hungary & Germany to launch offensive action against Serbia & France. Read More
How did advances in transportation after the industrial revolution contribute to Europe's ability to establish and dominate new colonial empires?
They allowed European empires to ship natural resources from colonies across the globe to European factories. They also allowed Britain to reduce the size of their armies stationed around the world. Read More
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern --LL----V-. That is, ten letter words with 3rd letter L and 4th letter L and 9th letter V. In alphabetical order, they are: collective palliative Read More
Both Peter and Paul traveled to many areas of the world at that time spreading the Christian message. The bible books that they wrote are letters to the congregations that they helped establish or visited on their journeys. Their fine examples are noteworthy too. Many were affected by their message and their friendship. Read More
He introduced taxes to cover the cost of Canada's war efforts and of the measures to ensure Canada's security. He introduced them through the "Wartime Business Profits Tax" of 1916, and the "temporary" Income Tax of 1917. Read More
Socialism in One Country was a nationalist idea formulated by Joseph Stalin after the failure of other socialist revolutions in foreign nations. It is in opposition to the position of world communism advocated by most Marxists (including Vladimir Lenin), and the position of permanent revolution by Leon Trotsky. Read More
What caused concern by France and England when Stalin appointed Vyacheslav Molotov head Soviet foreign affairs?
On May 3, 1939, Stalin announced that Maxim Litvinov was being replaced by Vyacheslav Molotov as the Commissar for For Foreign Affairs. Litvinov had held that positions for years. The Kremlin's explanation was that Litvinov was having health problems, and that there was no change in Soviet foreign policies. Diplomats world wide suspected that Stalin was being less than truthful, in that former foreign commissar had been anti-Hitler for years, and that Litvinov was a… Read More
People do link the two in order to better understand how it works. Some people cannot help but bring sex and gender into the situation to better figure out how the person got to where they are now. People in general like to identify and label things and people in order to better understand the world around them. Read More
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 7 words with the pattern ---L-C--V-. That is, ten letter words with 4th letter L and 6th letter C and 9th letter V. In alphabetical order, they are: afflictive collective deflective inflective inflictive neglective reflective Read More
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 7 words with the pattern C----C--V-. That is, ten letter words with 1st letter C and 6th letter C and 9th letter V. In alphabetical order, they are: collective concoctive conductive connective convective convictive corrective Read More
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern F-I-U--. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter F and 3rd letter I and 5th letter U. In alphabetical order, they are: failure frisure friture Read More
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern ----R-BU--. That is, ten letter words with 5th letter R and 7th letter B and 8th letter U. In alphabetical order, they are: contribute distribute Read More
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern ------BUT-. That is, ten letter words with 7th letter B and 8th letter U and 9th letter T. In alphabetical order, they are: contribute distribute woollybutt Read More