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Interesting Essay Topics About The Cold War: 20 Unique Ideas. The following are some topics that you might consider when you are asked to write about the Cold War. Discuss how the Yalta Conference of 1945 brought about the Cold War; Explain the context of the Yalta Conference of 1945; Discuss the contribution of Eastern Europe to the Cold War; Discuss the social impact of the Cold War.
Don McCullin, a British photographer who had worked in Berlin during the Cold War, as well as Cyprus and the Congo, became famous for his Biafra photographs. They were unflinching black-and-white shots of emaciated children with distended bellies. The absence of colour in McCullin’s images draws the eye to the distortions of his subjects’ bodies. The day he left for Biafra was the worst of.
During its run, Life would publish several covers and photos exposing the contradictions in US life. One example is Bourke-White’s 1936 photo of a queue of African-American flood victims waiting.
History in Berlin is like misery in the famous lines by Philip Larkin: it deepens like a coastal shelf. This is where the second world war ended, the cold war peaked and communism capitulated. Brian Harris was there in 1989, when history was a live event, unfolding before his eyes and his camera.
In this photo essay, I share photos and information I gathered from my two visits to the Hmong at Wat Thamkrabok in Thailand in 2004 and 2009. The July 2004 visit was a part of a Fulbright Hays Study Abroad Project, and the January 2009 visit was a part of a study abroad course I led to Thailand. The photos capture segments of Hmong life inside Wat Thamkrabok. These life segments include.
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The United States entered the Vietnam War because of the Cold War. According to the American Legion website: “The emerging scholarly synthesis interprets the war in the global context of the Cold War that lasted from the aftermath of World War II to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. In this.