The Child’s ABC of the War exemplifies the romanticisation and normalisation of war propaganda within educational systems.
Adolf Hitler’s program for women in Nazi Society mirrored his misogynist and authoritarian ideologies. Hitler envisaged women incorporating a valuable yet limited role in Nazi society; confined to devout motherhood and exercising their natural maternal abilities through domesticity.
The Industrial Revolution made people realise how important public health was as hygiene and sanitation became an essential factor of how cities were run.
The bombing of Darwin in February 1942 exemplifies a national process of forgetting and remembering, with the construction of particular narratives – such as ‘Australia’s Pearl Harbor’ – seeking to alter contemporary views of the past.
The US had a turbulent entry into the twenty-first century. The attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001 catapulted the Bush administration into crisis mode.