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Hooray for Peace Hurrah for War
December 5, 1978
Written in English
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HURRAH. HOOR`A exclam. [Sw. hurra. The Welsh has swara, play, sport, HOORAW’ but the Swedish appears to be the English word.] A shout of joy or exultation. [This is the genuine English word, for which we find in books most absurdly written Huzza, a foreign word never or rarely used.].
—quoted inHooray for Peace, Hurrah for War House saw what happened when Wilson’s idealism ran up against practical politics. The Allied victors, vengeful toward Germany after four years of warfare, rejected most of Wilson’s peace program. Wilson Presents His Plan Rejection was probably the last thing Wilson expected when he arrived in Europe.
Have students find out about the four other peace treaties that ended the war. Hooray for Peace, Hurrah for War: the United States During World War I. New York: Facts on File, c Kent, Zachary. World War I: The War to End Wars. Stewart, Gail. World War I. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, c; Resources: Utah's Online Library.
UEN. —from Hooray for Peace, Hurrah for War N N O W T H E E N CRISIS IN THE BALKANS After World War I, Bosnia became part of a country that eventually became known as Yugoslavia.
Although Yugoslavia included vari-ous religious and ethnic groups, the government was dominated by Serbs. InYugoslavia broke apart, and Bosnia declared indepen. Hooray for Peace, Hurrah for War: The United States During World War I (The Library of American History) Dec 1, by Steven L.
Jantzen Hardcover.Huzzah may be categorised with such interjections as hoorah and ing to the Oxford English Dictionary, "In English, the form hurrah is literary and dignified; hooray is usual in popular acclamation".
In common usage, such as cheers at sporting events and competitions, the speaker need not make distinction, and the words are distinguished by regional dialect and accent.The painting "Bayonet!" Hooray! Hooray!" is one of the paintings of the masterpiece cycle of Vereshchagin, dedicated to the Patriotic War of with Napoleon.
The artist created this cycle from to It includes twenty paintings. Also remained unfinished drafts and studies.