AP World History Interview Project Arnold Brown was a company commander of the 90th Infantry Division, who was sent over to England to fight on the front lines. Born and raised in Ohio County, Kentucky, Arnold Brown grew up as a teenager during the Depression years. When asked about his childhood he said, “I got tired of eating corn bread and molasses three times a day so I decided to go into the Army. I left home with 50 cents in my pocket and an eighth-grade education.” Brown enlisted into the military on March 18, 1936. It took a year and 11 months for Brown to make PFC. But it wasn’t too long after that until he was awarded the rank of Corporal. Brown was given the rank of corporal because the former Corporal committed suicide. During the raid on Pearl Harbor Arnold was stationed at Camp Grant in Illinois, all he remembers are the guards ordering more security to be issued around ammo and weapon storages. Fast forward to June 16th, Brown and other enlisted men were sent to England to support the troops that were suffering mass casualties on the front lines. Brown was eventually sent home due to a leg injury from mortar fire. “A mortar round exploded nearby, and I felt something jerking my trousers below my knee. I jumped in a hole until the mortar barrage lifted, and when I started to move out, uh-oh, something’s wrong with that leg. I look down, and pull the britches leg up. There’s a piece of steel sticking in my leg.” Before Brown retired from the military he
Eng 1, Period 1
13 September 20112
New adventures, different experiences
We had an assignment to interview a student in Mrs. Coxon class, do to the fact that they were juniors they have already had many high school experiences . The point of the interview was to get their point of view about high school, what they thought about it, what has changed, and if anything new has happened. My partner was Naomi Selzer, a girl with blonde hair and a bubbly personality.
As our conversation went…
The 96-year-old Misch died Thursday, one of the last of a generation that bears direct responsibility for German brutality during World War II. In his interview with the AP, he stayed away from the central questions of guilt and responsibility, saying he knew nothing of the murder of 6 million Jews and that Hitler never brought up the Final Solution in his presence.
"That was never a topic," he said emphatically. "Never."
In the forward to the English-language version of his book, "The Last Witness"…
The information gathered on this assignment has also taken into account my interview with a middle management employee from Sara Lee (M) Sdn Bhd. All information gathered is purely for the purpose of research and true at the time of study.
The Company's Background
Sara Lee is a global manufacturer and marketer of high quality and brand name products for consumers throughout the world. Their three lines of business are:
1) Food & Beverage 2) Branded Apparel 3) Household…
this test for a student’s college admission is simply unfair. The SAT is not a good way of determining the preparedness of a student for college because it does not test a student’s full capability and this test also provokes bias.
During the First World War, the SAT started off as an IQ test, created by Robert Yerkes, for the recruitment for the U.S. Army. This test, called The Army Alpha, was the first mass administered IQ test. After the war, many colleges started experimenting with The Army Alpha…
Interview with (Student)
Q1. How long have you been at La Salle?
A1. I am in my fourth year at La Salle, and will be graduating in May.
Q2. Most memorable moment at La Salle when you were there?
A2. It’s hard to pick just one moment but one of my most memorable moment at La Salle so far would have to be my freshman year as a whole. It was this time I was actually on my own. Not to mention this is when I met almost all of my current friends who have been there for me over the years and many…
dedication, positive thought, and belief in myself and my efforts, I can achieve success in any endeavor I pursue.
As the new head of the German program, I selected the textbooks and redesigned the curriculum for levels I, II, Honors III, and IV/AP. I attended an AP Institute at Rice University to be trained in teaching the rigorous Advanced Placement course. At MBA, I reorganized the German classroom and replaced the wall-sized poster of Angelina Jolie with a German flag, signifying a new "vision" for…
philosophy: people, service, profit (P-S-P). To that end, Smith worked hard at being accessible to his employees and clients with a management style that combined vision, risk-taking, a sense of community, and a tough-minded approach.
AP/Wide World Photos
Smith was born in Marks, Mississippi, on August 11, 1944. The younger of two sons, Smith was named after his father, an entrepreneur and businessman who established the Dixie Greyhound Bus Lines, later a part of Greyhound Bus…
Discovering Psychology - Annenberg/Corporation for Public Broadcasting video series depicting theories and college research as the basis for an understanding of the discipline of psychology.
What you should know about the A.P. examination…
The AP Psychology Examination includes a 70-minute multiple-choice section that accounts for two-thirds of the student's exam grade and a 50-minute free-response section made up of two questions, which accounts for one-third of the student's exam grade.