An Analysis of No Simple Victory: World War II In Europe 1939-1945
No Simple Victory: World War II In Europe 1939-1945, by Norman Davies, was a
tremendously informative, yet also interesting history book.
One of the notable qualities of the book was that
The modern United States does not offer circuses, or entertainment, to the people.
Instead, the government hands out health care.
Senators who are running to be president usually or almost always promise to extend
health care benefits for those who cannot
It was difficult getting across the Rocky Mountains.
Some passes wouldnt allow us to get through with all our supplies.
Other passes werent passes at all and turned out to be dead ends.
Despite this, our group was determined to find a way across the Rocky
Napoleon would want to control newspapers, books, and plays in order to control what
the French people were thinking.
Napoleon wanted to be sure that people didnt start to support his rivals.
Therefore, Napoleon decided if people never heard of ideas such
The aspects of the scene that most impress Millingen are the mournful
appearance of those to be executed, as well as the process of execution itself.
Millingen is surprised at how the criminals are treated.
He is astonished at the great amusement of the s
The expedition you sent me to go on, led by Lewis and Clark, was a success.
We managed to map a route all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
For the first park of the expedition, we followed the Missouri River west.
This was a very difficult time.
We often had
I think that Cleopatras methods were ambitious but also effective.
She wanted to restore her countrys status as a power in the region.
Cleopatra knew she needed the help of a powerful ruler to help her with this task.
Her plan to bring over Mark Anthony t
The expression bread and circuses, used by the government to prevent discontent
among the poor, means the government gives free grain and entertainment to the working
class to avoid rebellion.
By keeping the peasants happy by giving them simple pleasures,
Because Islam accepted the belief systems of others, it appealed to a wide range of
Therefore, Islam was quickly adopted throughout the empire with little struggle.
The Islamic tolerance for other religions is one of the key reasons why Islamic
Most Allied authors will criticize the Axis powers excessively and pretend the Allies
The opposite is true for writers in the countries that were once Axis powers.
However, this book is unique because it criticizes both sides of the conflict.