General William Westmoreland commanded military operations in the Vietnam war. Describe how his experiences help with the understanding of the rules of engagement in war.
Correlate the understanding of (Return of Equity) ROE with the limited war ideology and its assumptions as seen through the perspective and experiences of General William Westmoreland.
What is meant by frontless war and formless war? Why was the Vietnam War called a formless and frontless war?
Discuss the factors that contributed to the downfall of the Roman imperial administration, including the role of its military, the influx of barbarian peoples, the reforms of Constantine, and Christianity. How did the Europe under the rule of the Charlemagne differ from Europe during the time of Constantine, and what did the tit
Using the following information, provide a comparison of the Latin American and North American revolutions. 1. Spanish economy was despotic and corrupt. The church was oppressive and superstitious. On the other hand, England had a free, vibrant, elite and democratic population. 2. The geographic and population conditio
Discuss how the relationships between patrician and plebian defined and expressed the ideals of duty and authority in Roman culture. How did the Republican virtues of Rome change when Rome expanded its territory in the first century B.C.? Did the emergence and growth of Christianity contribute to the decay of "Roman virtue"? Con
Describe the Ottoman-Turkish Empire's repression policies against secessionist minorities (Greek-Balkan Christians, Armenian Christians, Assyrian Christians) and non-Turkish subject Muslim populations (Arabs and Kurds) in the 1820s-1918.
What were the events that led to the Iran-Iraq War? What was the significance of the Shiite-Sunni division within Islam that led to this war and what was the role of religious fundamentalism in these events? What was the role of the Soviet Union and the U.S. in this war and what were the consequences of this war?
Lincoln created a Mountain Department composed of Western Virginia and east Tennessee headed by __________?
Debbie What do you think about the following The voyages of Zheng He reveal a powerful, accomplished, and restored Confucian state and civilization in China that was at least equal to, but very different from, emerging early modern Western civilization. List and describe the major factors that made those voyages possible. How
Discuss how assumptions the social reforms and equality would flourish in post-war Japan have or have not been realized. Who was assumed to benefit in Japan from the worldwide trend of social empowerment. Who or what has benefited thus far.
I need assistance in writing a paper (1,050) that answers the following question: How did the rise of nationalism affect the efforts of the working class, women, and minorities to achieve political power by both peaceful and violent revolution during the period of 1789-1871? Identify the changing roles of the working class,
What was the early federal land policy towards blacks during the war?
I need assistance in completing the matrix on governmental systems (attached). And also completing the questions that follows the matrix.
Please discuss the differences between John Calvin and Martin Luther. Thank you.
Describe the reign of Nicholas II of Russia. For what reasons was he overthrown in 1917? Could this, in your opinion, have been avoided?
Please explain how Buddhism influenced art and architecture in Thailand and Burma. Please provide specific examples.
Please explain why Thucydides believed kinship had a limited place in international relations.
I need assistance with a summary on the South Carolina Declaration of Secession pre-war document as well as listing the reasons given to justify the secession and if the South was justified in leaving the Union. I am having a hard time finding a good source to include with this. Also, what are some good reasons that were give
What were the two most important meetings between the U.S. and Britain during WWII between 1943-1944? What was the Allied strategy at Casablanca and how had it changed by August 1944?
Discuss World War I, World War II, Rise of Totalitarian Regimes, Cold War, and the Fall of Communism. 2000 words.
Explain the Jewish "Diaspora", history of Zionism, its five points (adopted by the 28th Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in 1968) and impact of both World War I (1914-18) and World War II with the Holocaust on the creation of Israel.
- Explain Mikhail Gorbachev's vision and why it failed - Explain how Helmut Kohl was able to reunify Germany and remain in NATO
The Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 was not a sudden event. The war was the result of the bitter rivalry and competition between two powers in Far East. The surprising factor in the whole event was that a tiny Asian power was able to defeat a mighty western power who had been basking in its past glory. It marked the rise of Ja
Briefly explain Zionism as an ideology (with its five points from the 28th Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in 1968) and its role during World War I (1914-18) and World War II (1939-45) in helping create Israel as a Western state (combining kibbutz, secular vs. religious Jews and Jewish immigration).
'European balance of power was forever destroyed with the creation of NATO.' Discuss.
Describe the various geo-strategic, military and religious policies used by the European Great Powers (Austria, Russia, France, Great Britain, Italy) to annex key Turkish provinces and ultimately partitionand destroy the declining Ottoman-Turkish Empire (1700s-1919).
Explain the consequences of World War II and the legacy of the Holocaust. (Response needs to be at least 250 words and a reference please).
What were the reasons for the military successes of the Ottoman-Turks in creating a third (but non-Arab) Islamic empire re-uniting the Greater Middle-East/Gulf region, and what type of relations did the Turks have towards their non-Turkish subject populations and minorities (Arabs, Balkan and Middle-Eastern Christians, Armenian
Explain the origins, rise and decline of the Ottoman-Turkish Empire (1300s-1918) in the "Greater Middle-East/Gulf" and its system of government and relation with oppressed ethnic groups (Armenians, Balkan Christians).