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Civil War Medicine

Before the Civil War started, the effectiveness of hospitals in America wasnt the best, but as the war waged on, they slowly got better and more efficient. Before the succession of South Carolina, its Medical Department consisted of 30 surgeons that were ranked major, a general surgeon that was ranked colonel, and 84 assistant surgeons […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1606 Topics: American Civil War, Anesthesia, Civil War, Health Care, Hospital, Surgery, War

Leading up to the Civil War

By the year 1860 the post-Revolutionary War generations of America had finally eroded their Union with their political zeal and rising anxiety over the reason for which the nation even existed. There were many fears present from the outset, ranging from the fear of corrupt usage of public power to the fear of a collapsing […]

Pages: 2 Words: 527 Topics: Civil War, Crimes Against Humanity, Slavery, United States, War
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History of the Civil War

The Contention of The Common War There had been numerous great misconstruing among North and South in the years that hinted at the Common War, however the most appalling misconception of all was that neither one of the sides acknowledged, until the point that it was past the point of no return, that the opposite […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1796 Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, Slavery, War

New Technologies during the Civil War

CONTRIBUTIONS TO BRUTALITY BY NEW TECHNOLOGY DURING THE CIVIL WAR No wonder that the civilized world regards our civil war, as history will yet proclaim it, the most remarkable conflict in human annals. The Civil War was a drastically brutal war, with most of the brutality being caused because of the new and deadlier technologies. […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1508 Topics: Civil War, Conflicts, Military, War

Contribution of Women in the Civil War

When it comes to the evaluation of the significance of the Civil War, many tend to put emphasis on the relationship between the races as well as the desire of one party, the Confederacy, to maintain the preferred social order, namely slavery. However, there is another kind of relations that is often overlooked when it […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1910 Topics: American Civil War, Civil War, War

Sports Development in Pre-Civil War Time

Throughout history, masculinity has played a crucial part of young boys growing up in society. Though the concept of masculinity has evolved over time from men working in the fields to men working at job a behind a desk, there is still a sense of the predominant man providing resources to support their family. Masculinity […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1677 Topics: Civil War, Gambling, Horse, Horse Racing, Masculinity, Puritans, Sport, War

Advances during Civil War

There were some important advances in medicine and medical technology during the Civil War. As often the case, most medical advances in medicine come about exactly because of war. War can bring out the very worst in mankind, and the very worst of diseases and the most unique of injuries. Although there were important tangible […]

Pages: 3 Words: 849 Topics: Civil War, Health Care, Physician, Surgery, War

Glory Review

The American Film, Glory of 1989, is based on the actual historical story, of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, seen through the eyes of the commanding officer Gould Shaw who was a white officer during the American Civil War. The story is told by Kevin Jarre the author of Glory who was walking in Boston […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1128 Topics: American Civil War, Civil War, Film Analysis, Movie, Racism, Social Issues, United States

10 Conflict Theory A. Oberschall

CHAPTER 10 Conflict Theory A. Oberschall This essay covers three broad topics. First, there has been renewed debate about human nature and the roots of intergroup violence and warfare in evolutionary biology, in psychology, and in anthropology. The “ordinary man” hypothesis explains why and how humans justify and participate in violence and atrocities. Second, in […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9150 Topics: Civil War, Conflicts, Human, Identity, Nationalism, Social Group, Violence, War

The Reconstruction Period (1865-1877)

The Reconstruction period (1865-1877) was the era of rebuilding, the south, after the Civil War. In the South reconstruction meant rebuilding the economy, establishing new state and local governments and establishing a new social structure between whites and blacks. Abolishing slavery, what should be demanded of the Southern states, restoring political rights to the South, […]

Pages: 1 Words: 329 Topics: Civil War, Crime, Government, Human Rights, Justice, Political Rights, Reconstruction Era, Slavery, Social Institutions, United States

Are Civil Wars more Likely in Less Developed Countries?

Are Civil wars more likely in less developed countries? Introduction A civil war in a country by and large destroys the communities, government organizations and its whole operating body. It is the war between the organizations, political groups, and government institutes in a country who want their control over the people. It can be the […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1987 Topics: Civil War, Developing Country, International Relations, Poverty, Research, Social Issues, War

Public Policy Responses and a Framework

Abstract: Around the world, private sector actors operate in conflicted areas. However, as Banfield, Haufler and Lilly argue, the impact that profit motivated actors have on conflicts has not yet been systematically studied (Banfield, Haufler, & Lilly, 2005). The aim of this dissertation is to define and present the linkages between private sector actors and […]

Pages: 41 Words: 12366 Topics: Civil War, Corporate Social Responsibility, Corruption, Natural Gas, Natural Resources, Political Corruption, War

Glory Review

The American Film, Glory of 1989, is based on the actual historical story, of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, seen through the eyes of the commanding officer Gould Shaw who was a white officer during the American Civil War. The story is told by Kevin Jarre the author of Glory who was walking in Boston […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1128 Topics: American Civil War, Civil War, Film Analysis, Movie, Racism, Social Issues, United States

Change in America’s Role in Foreign Policy

Change in America’s Role in Foreign Policy 1865-1920 America’s role in foreign affairs underwent significant changes from 1865-1920. Prior to this period, Americans were generally indifferent to and minimally involved in foreign affairs. America was primarily focused on domestic issues such as the Civil War, industrialization, and settlement of the west. However, this changed after […]

Pages: 2 Words: 622 Topics: American Imperialism, Civil War, Economic Growth, Economy, Foreign Policy, Global Politics, Government, Hawaii, Imperialism, International Relations, United States, War

Civil War Came to an End America’s Southern Territory

As the civil war came to an end Americas southern territory was in a horrible economic place it was, looted burned, and destroyed by the unions strength to defeat the confederacy. America saw this as a time to reconstruct morally, socially, and economically. During post-war northern Americas industries soared with the help of tariffs passed […]

Pages: 3 Words: 972 Topics: American Imperialism, Civil War, Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, Global Politics, Imperialism, International Relations, Political Ideologies, United States, War
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