and their security. On 15 February 1942 after the Japanese had brutally attacked Singapore, the British commander of Singapore General Percival surrendered. 130,000 allied soldiers, including 15,000 Australia’s surrendering to the Japanese .In this essay I will be discussing Australia’s contribution to World War 2 from 1939 to the fall of Singapore, Australia and Britain’s relationship in Singapore and the reaction of the fall and threats from Japan.
functions integration. Ineffective mission command fostered an environment of unnecessary competition, mistrust and confusion that prevented the unified employment of joint forces. Inexperienced allied units failed to exercise sufficient movement, maneuver and fires integration to gain a decisive advantage over Axis forces. These factors denied the Allies a total victory during Operation Husky. This paper evaluates the quality of Allied command and control, movement and maneuver and joint fires
when television had already gotten used to medical dramas such as “ER” and “Scrubs”. While there didn’t seem to be anything innovative to bring to the subject, House brought a fresh perspective, and rapidly turned into a huge success. In this essay, I will be looking at the way that House was commissioned, brought into production, aired, and what elements factored in to its success and critical acclamation. 1. Synopsis The series revolves around Dr. Gregory House, and his team of
LSM The impact of intellectual property rights on preserving the competitive advantage. A case study of Apple Inc’s iPhones . Word Count: 14,014 Abstract The world today has rapidly developed into a services industry where knowledge is power. Knowledge provides means of acquiring newer technologies which then businesses can then use to create new products. In this context, IPRs become a valuable asset that firms can use strategically to lessen or prevent competition. IPRs are basically