The Power of One Essay | Power of One: Bryce Courtney in the 1940's

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Power of One: Bryce Courtney in the 1940's

Summary: Essay discusses the ways the book, "The Power Of One", inform us about the way Africa, and the world, changed in the decade of 1940's.
The 1940's were a time of change and awakening for the world. People started to fight for their rights, realise what was right and wrong and make decisions for themselves. These changes occurred all over the world, especially in the European and African countries. These changes, in a sense, renovated the world for what we realise, the best.

The obvious and probably most important event that occurred during the 1940's was the World War II. This event altered the world situation in many ways. The world war broke out because of mainly the racial and discriminatory actions carried out by nearly everyone, from the great world leaders to the general members of the public. The world was plunged into a state of depression, oppression and grief as the leaders such as Hitler and Winston Churchill battled it out, spanning for many years...

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