World war two was a war in which nobody will ever forget. A)This war, had the most mass genocide America has ever seen. This war changed the way Americans viewed the lives of civilians of different races.B) During the war I had family living in Germany where they were forced out of their lives and into the life of war. they eventually came to America to start over but the war still haunted them even after they came to New York.C) WW2 caused bad blood between America and different countries around the world, but also brought new life the this country too.
Amelia Earhart was one of the most influential working woman of her time. She volunteered as a nurse during world war one, and after decided to become a pilot. she set world records for women's flying, and became the 16th woman to acquire a flying license. in July 1930 she set the women's world record for flying speed at 181.1 mph. The next year she becomes president of the women's pilot association, advancing women in the aviation work force.A) Amelia changed the way the nation viewed the working women in America, she gained women respect for her avocation in women's rights. she is one of the most powerful women in history, by not only being a famous pilot, but for being a women in America who overcame obstacles. B) she has showed me, and the women of today, what we can do if we set our minds to it. C)Though she disappeared in 1937, her legacy continued to show through women's history in present day America by proving women can do a mans job.
Bonnie and Clyde were a young couple who went on a two-year crime rampage that included bank robberies, car theft, and murder. A) The infamous couple changed how the police force used strategies to apprehend criminals.B) Bonnie and Clyde's story has always been interesting to me since I want to be in the law force. C) Their infamous crimes still appear in history today, they even have a movie about them.