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Hitler, Chamberlain and Appeasement essay

Posted on April 19th, 2012 by essay

The Second World War became the largest tragedy and humanitarian catastrophe in the history of the mankind. The war led to enormous destruction, millions casualties and the war affected the entire world. At the same time, World War II could have been prevented if one of the major inspirer of the military conflict between leading powers of the world, Adolf Hitler, was stopped or, at least, faced the opposition from the part of the leading world’s powers such as the UK. In stark contrast, political leaders of the leading powers of the world, including UK’s Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, did not simply fail to prevent the strengthening of the power of Adolf Hitler, but also contributed to the strengthening of […]

Essay on Modern Day Witch Hunts

Posted on April 19th, 2014 by essay

It is known that witches have always involved moral panic in public. Witch hunts represented the so-called searches for witches and often led to lynching and mass hysteria. Historically, witch hunts were legally sanctioned in cities and towns as official witchcraft trials.  Due to historical studies, the scope and intensity of witchcraft prosecutions are now well-known to the public. In Europe and North America, the period of 1450 – 1700 is considered to be the classical period of witch hunts during which more than 40,000 executions took place (Ankarloo 55). People have always been intrigued by the magic of witches, although some people still do not believe in witchcraft. In our times, witch hunting has a little bit different meaning, […]

DYADIC RELATIONSHIPS and CHARISMATIC AND TRANSFORMATION LEADERSHIP

Posted on March 19th, 2013 by essay

1. It is assumed that the relationships in a dyad bear differentiated character, depending on the following factors: a) how competent and qualified the subordinates are; b) to which the extent they can be trusted (especially when there is no direct control from the leader), and c) how much the subordinates are willing to take responsibility for solving the issues relating to the organization. Subordinates with a high degree of manifestation of the abovementioned features (so-called in-group members) start being the ones preferred by the leader (Yukl, 2010). Making labor contributions that exceed the scope of their official formal functions and taking responsibility for performing tasks, which are especially important for the success of their working group or organization as […]

PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP

Posted on March 11th, 2013 by essay

Leadership is one of the most important topics that people are interested in since ancient times. Such great personalities as Julius Cesar, Alexander the Great, Adolf Hitler are examples of great leaders in the history, which inspire even now. The ability to govern, influence, lead the others are used by leaders in various spheres of public life: in politics, and economics, at work and in life. The theme of leadership and its essence is interesting for everyone due to the next reasons: it is an important and interesting phenomenon of human relationships, and that leadership touches everyone’s life. Despite the fact that issues of leadership provoked the interest of people from ancient times, the systematic and extensive study of leadership […]

War film essay

Posted on August 17th, 2012 by essay

Warm films has always been taking a considerable part in our everyday life. Since the times the cinematography appeared war topic has become one of the most popular theme, showing brave and self-sacrificing people who were eager to offer up their lives in order to save someone and the country. First war films appeared in the 19th century and were devoted to Spanish-American War: “The first war film to be documented was a one-reel, 90-second propagandist effort – the Vitagraph Company’s fictitious Tearing Down the Spanish Flag (1898), produced in the year of the Spanish-American War. It portrayed a faked, reconstructed version of the seizure of a Spanish government installation in Havana by U.S. Army troops, the removal of the […]