World War II: The Defeat Of The Axis
Introduction The World War II began on the 1st of September 1939. On that historical day, Nazi Germany invaded Poland under the directives of the German leader, Adolf Hitler.1 Though this attack was a unilateral decision by Germany, it later attracted the support of two more forces, the Japanese and the Italian, to give their reinforcement against Poland and its acquaintances such as France and Britain.
The Great Depression
During the entire history of humanity, individuals have suffered from various problems, including wars, poverty and, social instability. Nevertheless, there are some episodes in the course of history that had enormous influence on the development of the world.
The Post Crisis Performance of the German Economy
Overall Evaluation of the Efficiency of the Crisis Management Measures Implementation Germany stands out in the Eurozone as having cheated the crisis by its unusually quick recovery and the popular assumption is that the country applied the classical theory of reducing wages to keep the economy afloat (Schild, 2013).
The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
The death of Abraham Lincoln from an assassin's bullet was one of the most important events in the history of the United States. The significance of the event was not only in the fact that the President was murdered in cold blood.
IBM and the Nazi regime
Introduction Science and business have held a close relationship since time immemorial. The turn of events took place during the cold war when science and technology was used by the Nazi regime in carrying out their atrocities.