History - Part 2
The history of the United States of America, though considerably shorter than that of any other nation that exists now, still presents a wide range of topics, themes, subjects and points of view to look upon, so there is no shortage for the ideas for anybody who is willing to write a research paper that will be both interesting to create and exciting to read or listen to.
The Federal Government of the United States of America is as old as the country and the nation themselves – they were formed immediately after the War for Independence and are considered the first federal government in the history of human race. From the very beginning, the spirit of the nation was expressed in the so-called system of checks and balances – that was the American ideal of the body that leads the country - the government of the laws, or of the system, and not that of men.
Martin Luther King is one of the most notable figures of the modern American history, one, without whom the picture of the contemporary USA cannot be fully comprehensive. Although today he is mostly remembered for the way he met his death, half a century ago it was the way he led his life that influenced thousands of people, forging the foundation of what the American society represents now.
Anna Frank was, seemingly, just an ordinary Jewish girl, who attained worldwide fame for writing a personal diary. What made her story so special? Part of its significance comes from the extraordinary circumstances her family had to live in.
The name of George Washington has been already known for almost 250 years. As the first president of the USA, he played a major role in the early shaping of the American nation ant its principles. Writing about such a famous person is a great choice, as you can take a chance to educate yourself and tell others about Washington, his ideas and life.
The Cold War was an elongated state of political conflict, economic competition, and military tension after the World War II principally between the Soviet Union and the United States of America.
War is a violent means of the interstate conflicts’ settlement. Nowadays, war is condemned and forbidden by the international law as a result of long historical development and tragic experience of the two world wars.
We learn the history of the theology and religion at different stages of our lives and very often do not pay significant attention to the people who lied the foundation of modern believes and concepts. Martin Luther played a tremendous role in the development of the German Culture and Church as a whole.
Today, when we speak about a bacteriological warfare, the image that flashes in our minds is almost certain that of people in white coats mixing something in test tubes, or of people in environmental suits loading some extremely deadly staff in a ballistic missile. It may come as a surprise for many people to know that germ warfare is not a new thing at all, though the term is.