Frage von noah17081997, 25

Kann mit jemand Verbesserungstipps für diesen Text geben?

The McCarthy-Era

 Between the forties and fifties was the fear angainst communism universally in the United States. The people apprehended the takeover off the red Menace which they want prevent by all means. This fear was strengthened by event, such as the first ignition of a Russian atomic bomb, the Communist takeover in China and the proxy war in Korea. Initial only individual persons was accused. There were immigrants, intellectuals, scientists, artists and trade unionists. Even Hollywood stars like Charlie Chaplin and writers, such as Arthur Miller were regarded with much suspicion. Later, thousands were accused of spying and collaboration and some of them sentenced to tough penalties.

The hitherto unknown Senator Joseph McCarthy attracted attention during the 1950 senate election by assert he has a list with names from 205 communist spies within the american foreign ministry. He became chairman of the Senate Committee for the determination of un-American machinations. He used this position consistently as an instrument of power and became the driving force in the hunt for Communists. He performed many interrogations which led to nothing. His smear campaign were however succesful.

Edward R. Murrow, a television journalist and presenter of the popular CBS-format "See It Now", dared for the first time to scrutinize the demagogic methods and the unfair practices of political rule persecution. His first report on McCarthy was aired in 1953. In order to draw attention for a special with the contribution "A Report on Senator McCarthy", which should be broadcast on March 9, 1954 he and his proponents advertised in the most famous newspapers of America. In the broadcast, McCarthy was unmasked by his own statements. The broadcast had sensational ratings and attracted a flood of letters to the editor. The senator responded to the report by the lies spread Court also Murrow was a communist. But it was to late. In the same year the senat pronounce McCarthy its distrust. The political climate had changed and McCarthy fell quickly and deeply. He became an alcoholic and died soon in 1957 from cirrhosis with only 47 years. Murrow however became a legend of American political journalism.

Expertenantwort
von AstridDerPu, Community-Experte für Englisch, 13

The McCarthy-Era Between (RS) the forties and fifties was (Hier fehlt so etwas wie „geprägt von“) the fear angainst (RS) communism universally (???) in the United States. (---) people apprehended (Wort) the takeover off (RS) the red Menace (RS) which they want (Grammatik; Zeit) prevent by all means. This fear was strengthened by event (Plural) , such as the first ignition of a Russian atomic bomb, the Communist takeover in China and the proxy war in Korea. Initial (Komma) only individual persons (Grammatik) was accused (Grammatik) . There were immigrants, intellectuals, scientists, artists and trade unionists. Even Hollywood stars like Charlie Chaplin and writers, such as Arthur Miller were regarded with much suspicion. Later, thousands were accused of spying and collaboration and some of them (Hier fehlt ein Hilfsverb.) sentenced to tough (Wort) penalties.

(---) hitherto unknown Senator Joseph McCarthy attracted attention during the 1950 senate election by assert (Grammatik; Gerund) he has (Zeit) a list with names from (Präposition) 205 communist spies within the american (RS) foreign ministry (Wort) . He became chairman of the Senate Committee for the determination of un-American machinations. He used this position consistently (Wort) as an instrument of power and became the driving force in the hunt for Communists. He performed (RS) many interrogations which led to nothing. His smear campaign were (Grammatik) however succesful (RS) .

Edward R. Murrow, a television journalist and presenter of the popular CBS-format "See It Now", dared for the first time (Position) to scrutinize the demagogic methods and the unfair practices of political rule persecution (???) . His first report on McCarthy was aired in 1953. In order to draw attention for (Präposition) a special with the contribution (Wort) "A Report on Senator McCarthy", which should be broadcast on March 9, 1954 (Komma) he and his proponents advertised in the most famous newspapers of America. In the broadcast, McCarthy was unmasked by his own statements. The broadcast had sensational ratings and attracted a flood of letters to the editor. The senator responded to the report by the lies spread Court also Murrow was a communist (???) . But it was to (RS) late. In the same year (Komma) the senat (RS) pronounce (Grammatik) McCarthy its distrust (Wendung) . The political climate had changed and McCarthy fell (Wort) quickly and deeply. He became an alcoholic and died soon (Wort) in 1957 from cirrhosis with only 47 years (Satzstellung) . Murrow however became a legend of American political journalism.

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AstridDerPu

Kommentar von noah17081997 ,

Ich währe dir sehr dankbar wenn du nochmal drüber schauen könntest :) Danke für deine bisherigen Tipps!

Was beim ersten Satz zu verbessern ist verstehe ich nicht. Beim ersten Satz des letzen Absatzes weiß ich nicht wie ich den Satz in der richtigen Reihenfolge schreiben ein Tipp dazu wäre super. Auch bei dem Satz (…) to draw attention for (…) verstehe ich den Fehler (Präposition) nicht.

The McCarthy-Era

Between (?) the forties and fifties the United States was were affected by the fear of communism. People were afraid of the takeover of the red menace which they wanted to prevent by all means. This fear was strengthened by events , such as the first ignition of a Russian atomic bomb, the Communist takeover in China and the proxy war in Korea. Initial, only single people were accused. There were immigrants, intellectuals, scientists, artists and trade unionists. Even Hollywood stars like Charlie Chaplin and writers, such as Arthur Miller were regarded with much suspicion. Later, thousands were accused of spying and collaboration and some of them got drastic ones penalties.
Hitherto unknown Senator Joseph McCarthy attracted attention during the 1950 senate election by asserting he had a list with names of 205 communist spies within the American Ministry of Defence. His smear campaign were however successful. Edward R. Murrow, a television journalist and presenter of the popular CBS-format "See It Now", dared for the first time (Bitte ein Vorschlag) to scrutinize the demagogic methods and the unfair practices of political persecution. His first report on McCarthy was aired in 1953. In order to draw attention for (?) a special with the title "A Report on Senator McCarthy", which should be broadcast on March 9, 1954, he and his proponents advertised in the most famous newspapers of America. In the broadcast, McCarthy was unmasked by his own statements. The broadcast had sensational ratings and attracted a flood of letters to the editor. The senator responded to the report by spreading the myth Murrow was a communist. But it was too late. In the same year, the senate (jmd. sein Misstrauen aussprechen). The political climate had changed and McCarthy sank quickly and deeply. He became an alcoholic and died with only 47 years from cirrhosis in 1957. Murrow however became a legend of American political journalism.

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