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Garcia 1 Danilo Garcia Instructor Lemon English 1 October 5, 2011 Europeana’s Road To Destruction Europeana is a novel based on events that happened through out Europe in the twentieth century. In my theme I will be focusing on destruction that takes place in the twentieth century, and what lead to this type of destruction where many lives were lost. The theme “destruction” can be defined in various ways. In the text it is defined as power, violence, and manipulation. Many times in the twentieth century theres was various ways of destruction, and two world wars happened because a certain group of people who were in power in Europe thought that in order for them to be in obsolete power, control, and for their country or the world to be perfect the had to cause the destruction, massacre people who were in their way. Which many Innocent lives were lost. Destruction ultimately lead to chaos through out all of the twentieth century, and changed the way of living for everyone through the world, also changed the course of history to this day due to the outcomes of destruction in the twentieth century. In Europeana we see the emerge of the communist parties, dictatorship, fascism, and the rise of the nazi’s though a period of World War I through World War II. We see that events that changed the course of history before the start of WWI with the communist party taking over in Russia, and manipulating people through destruction. An example that is provided in the text Europeana is that communist said that “ before the new world can exist (communist world), the
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