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The Morality of Oskar Schindler
I believe Oskar Schindler was a person of concrete and righteous morals. During the savage takeover of Poland by the German Nazis, Schindler used what power he had to protect as many Jews as he could. He risked his life business and possibly his families for a bunch of people who he had never met….
Rise of Nationalism in Europe
The term Nationalism is closely associated with the root word Nation. Since times immemorial, Nation has been described in various ways but still holding on to a common core. One such instance is the lecture delivered by a French philosopher, Ernst Renan (1823-1892) at the University of Sorbonne, where he explained a Nation as the…
JFC Manufacturing Co. Ltd
JFC – An Introduction and Background JFC Manufacturing Co. Ltd is an Irish based company, which manufactures plastic products for agricultural, domestic and commercial use. A family-owned business, JFC Manufacturing was set up in 1987 by founder and managing director, John Concannon, to supply specialised plastic products to the agricultural industry. Based in Tuam, Co….
The Significance of Masks in Art Speigleman’s “Maus”
The features are pronounced and it is very clear that the characters are wearing masks. The illustration of these masks is not to be ignored- there must be a message hidden beneath them. Esophageal uses masks to represent many deferent feelings and situations during the course of his father’s story of the Holocaust. These masks…
An Analysis of the Economic Transition of Poland
Introduction The changes that took place in Poland in the recent decade have taken the attention of the Polish populace as well as the world in general. The implemented policies of Poland’s government took a primary adjustment of the economic framework after along with the transition made by other former Soviet republics in Central Europe….
Reasons Behind Polish Immigration to the US in 1930s
My analysis began when I came across the table of immigration rates from 1928 to 1944, which I found within the Chicago Daily Tribune from May 17, 1945. It is obvious that the year of 1929 stands out among the following years with a massive rate of Polish immigrants whom migrated to the United States….