The Importance of Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut
Slaughterhouse 5 is an anti-war novel by Kurt Vonnegut that tells the story of Billy Pilgrim, a simple man who is drafted into the army and sent to fight in Europe during the Second World War. Billy is captured by the Germans and sent to a POW camp in Dresden, where he witnesses the bombing of the city. The novel follows Billy as he tries to make sense of his experience and comes to terms with the evil of war.More
US Involvement in Southeast Asia in the 1950s: A Cold War Success or Failure?
This essay explores the reasons behind the United States' increased involvement in Southeast Asia in the 1950s, as well as how successful American politics were in the region during the Cold War era.More