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Blitzkrieg Strategy During World War II
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This 12 page paper provides an in depth look at this World War II phenomenon first implemented by the Germans. The blitzkrieg strategy is discussed ideologically and examples are provided. The paper concentrates on events which occurred during the second world war. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA014Blt.rtf

How And Why Yugoslavia, Greece, Poland And Czechoslovakia Became Involved In World War II
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10 pages in length. If one were to assess the reasons behind how and why Yugoslavia, Greece, Poland and Czechoslovakia ultimately became involved in World War II, there would not be one singular instigator that catapulted these four regions into the depths of battle. According to R.J. Crampton, author of 'Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century,' it was a complex combination of many aspects, with particular attention on political history, as well as economic, cultural, and diplomatic dimensions of Eastern European history. The writer discusses the various reasons behind the inclusion of Yugoslavia, Greece, Poland and Czechoslovakia in World War II. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLC_WWII.wps

How the Nuclear Arms’ Race Has Changed the Nature of Warfare Between World War II and Present
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A 5 page paper which identifies a change or development that changed the nature of warfare between World War II and the present, and demonstrates why it was important to the evolution of warfare. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGnewwar.rtf

Political Consensus in Post War Britain
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This 14 page paper considers the political environment in Britain after World War II. The post-war political consensus is considered in relation to the actions taken by the post-war government. The evolution and decline of this consensual approach is examined with the writer applying the theory of political consensus to 1999 Britain. The bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TEpolcen.rtf

The Second World War as a Catalyst for the Lost of Colonial Power in the British Empire
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This 9 page paper considers the role of the second world war in the collapse of the British Empire. Examples of India, Zimbabwe and Australia are used to demonstrate the different perspectives. The bibliography cites 8 sources
Filename: TEbremfl.wps

The Weimar Republic And German Character: Causes Of World War II
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12 pages in length. If one were to assess the reasons behind how and why World War II ultimately occurred, there would not be one singular instigator that catapulted these global regions into the depths of battle. The writer discusses how the Weimar Republic and German character were dually responsible for causing World War II. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: TLCWWar2.doc

Treatment of Germans & Japanese During World War II
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In 5 pages the author answers the question of whether the people of the United States treated German and Japanese people differently during World War II. 'World War II was a total war. It involved the American Allies and their enemies, the Germans and the Japanese. Germany did not adhere to the Geneva Conventions, they tortured and brutalized and executed thousands of people. America hated the Germans for this, but they were not as much of a threat to the Americans as were the Japanese. Japan sent kamikaze pilots to bomb Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, thus propelling the Japanese people into a war in the Pacific with America. The Germans and the Japanese were treated as enemies because they were trying to take over the world.' Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Germjap.wps

World War II and its Effect on the European Empires
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This 5 page paper focuses on Europe in the aftermath of World War II. The effect of the war on European nations is discussed. The reason why empires are no longer necessary is one theme of this paper. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA009WW2.rtf

China And Japan and the Programs That Weren't
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This five-page-paper presents a comparison of the social and political changes that were prompted by emperor's actions in the mid nineteenth century to the end of World War II. Bibliography lists three sources.
Filename: CWchijap.wps

Causes of World War II
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A 5 page paper which examines the causes of World War II. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGwwii.doc

The Two Great Wars
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This 5 page paper looks at both World War I and World War II and argues that they were really one war separated by a time of peace. The premise is an argument provided by a student. The paper provides information on the causes of each war and then concludes that because the players were the same, and that World War I left issues unresolved, World War II was inevitable. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: SA50WWs.rtf

World War I & World War II
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5 pages. Twice in the 20th century world war impacted the development of the United States. The author compares and contrasts how WWI and WWII impacted the economy, race & gender relations, foreign relations, and issues regarding civil liberties. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PCww12.rtf

World War I: Roots to Middle Eastern Conflicts
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A 6 page exploration of the far ranging impacts of World War I on the world in general and on the Middle East in particular. Discusses the problems brought about by the westernization of countries such as Iran and Turkey and how these problems have translated into present day conflicts. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPWWIeas.wps

Germany’s Role in World War I
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This 6 page paper assesses the reasons why Germany entered the war and looks at Germany’s involvement in terms of recruiting and drumming up moral support during the first world war. A good portion of the paper looks at Germany’s state just after the war, including the impact of the treaty of Versailles and the eventual success of the Weimar republic. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: SA004WWI.rtf


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