Boys of Blood and Bone

The novel boys of blood and bone written by David Metzenthen linking the stories of Henry Lyon, in the summer before he starts his first year of Law at university, and Andy Lansell, Australian digger killed in the Somme in 1918. Andy and Henry’s stories meet when Henry’s car breaks down in the small country town of Strattford […]

Art of War: Examining World War I’s origin

Despite of the fact that the assassinations of influential and high-profiled individuals are no longer extraordinary historical narratives, the unforeseen and unexpected death of Franz Ferdinand in 1914 resulted to a seemingly unstoppable pandemonium that would put militaristic skills and alliance loyalty into the test. Murdered by Gavrilo Princip, the demise of the Austro-Hungarian successor triggered the rise […]

Three Kingdom's Approach to the 17th Century

Some historians have focused on a Three Kingdoms Approach in the 17th century. Explain how this has contributed to our understanding of the mid 17th century crisis. What are the strengths and weaknesses of this approach? The Three Kingdoms approach has strengths such as a wide variety of areas that can be used as sources as well as […]

The One Day of the Year

Assessment 3: Text Analysis- “The One Day of The Year” “The One Day of The Year” was set in Australia, in the 1960’s. It explores the universal theme of Father- Son conflict against the background of the beery haze and the heady, nostalgic sentimentality of Anzac Day.It is a play to make us question a standard institution, but […]


Prompt 1:America’s entry into the First World War was not good for the country. It forced many American citizens into a conflict that they did not want themselves to be involved in. Furthermore because of WWI, the United States officially established itself as a war state, moving out of its previous claim of neutrality. This had terrible repercussions, […]

World War II

War in its actual context refers to the existence of armed battle between nations, states or independent sovereign society. Conservatively, the purpose of war is to change by the use of military force a political policy or principle against their rivals. Two great wars such as the World War I and II have emerged for the fight of […]

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For this essay, I will be discussing how groups of people that we have in our lives can affect us in both a positive and a negative way and how people identify with different groups, and drawing on appropriate evidence. Sharing some parts of our social identity can also influence people to behave or act in certain ways […]

Compare and Contrast Dulce Et Decorum Est and Charge of the Light Brigade

Compare and contrast “Dulce Et Decorum Est” and “Charge Of The Light Brigade”. What images of war do these two poems convey? We have been studying the war poems Dulce Et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen and Charge Of The Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Dulce Et Decorum Est was written during the First World War from […]

Nietzsche's Influence

Thought Nietzsche’s thought extended a deep influence during the 20th century, especially in Continental Europe. In English-speaking countries, his positive reception has been less resonant. During the last decade of Nietzsche’s life and the first decade of the 20th century, his thought was particularly attractive to avant-garde artists who saw themselves on the periphery of established social fashion […]

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