Search: USA,World War II (4 materials)

Can Historical Memory Bring Us Peace and Quiet?

... III from breaking out . This psychological frame of mind, dictated by historical memory, is another factor that has prevented World War III from breaking out. I think that a vital role was also played by the fact that countries such as the Soviet Union,... ... “once and for all”. It leads to the destruction of society, the creation of death camps, the deportation of hundreds of thousands of people and genocide. In recent months, high-ranking U.S. officials have been talking with increasing frequency about ...


US and World War Two: Two Victory Days

... Florian to sit on the National Mall of the US capital between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. The National World War II Memorial consists of two triumphal arches (erected in honor of the victories of the American fleet in the Pacific ... ... of the country during the Second World War. The Freedom Wall is the center of the memorable composition, studded with four thousand gold stars, each representing 100 Americans who died in the war. It should be noted that most Americans are not aware of ...


Stephen Kinzer on Saudi Arabia: U.S. Foreign Policy vs. Wahhabi Clergy

... some of Stephen Kinzer's insights into the history of U.S.-Saudi relations and Saudi politics. Following the end of World War II, the United States was in need of a strategic relationship with Saudi Arabia. On that note, Kinzer recalled a story: ... ... Arabia, Kinzer held that this decision was made by the king. He argued that neither the clergy nor strong groups among six thousand prices want to see a change in Saudi Arabia, and their opposition towards U.S. foreign policy ultimately dissuaded the king ...


World War II Must Be the Last World War Ever

... history but later became obsolete and required changes. Some agreements, due to facts of history, need updating today. The end of World War II marked the beginning of a bipolarity that ended in 1991 with the disintegration of the USSR. In your opinion, how ... ... allies in the anti-Hitler coalition, primarily the United States and Great Britain. Why, do you think, the Big Three (the USSR, USA and Great Britain) failed to sustain allied relations after the war? Above all, I would like to point out that our former ...


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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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