Category: World War I

Past term paper

Posted by July 26, 2016

Michelle Brandon My Past: I was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1983 then in 1985 I moved to Germany. I stayed in Germany for 3 years then I moved to calgary for 2 years. Cakgary is a nice place to live it s a big city compared to Germany. Germany is a beautiful place to go, I would like to go back to Germany for…

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The Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles came under development after World War I in January 1919 in Paris to punish Germany and to help prevent future war. The treaty looked like a good start but then by the end of 1919 it had fallen to dust. The great treaty that was to bring permanent peace fell apart at the seams. The three main…

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Introduction World War I was a war that claimed innumerous lives; it was also a war in which new types of warfare and tactics were demonstrated in the battlefield. More efficient and mass-killing weapons were used in this war than in previous wars. Air power mainly served as a support and reconnaissance force in modern warfare. Its importance was fully discovered and recognized during World…

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Pearl Harbor term paper

Posted by July 26, 2016

This is only the first few lines of this paper. If you would like to view the entire paper you need to register here. Pearl Harbor By the year 1941, WWII was in full effect. Germany seemed to be the victor, gaining control of France and Poland as well as successfully bombing England. Many people believe that Germany would have indeed won the war if…

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Trench Warfare Every aspect of the war, is ugly and brutal. The worst aspect of this war was trench warfare. This trench warfare was so horrific, it cause many people to loose their minds, or even worse, loose their lives. There were many things that made this style of fighting brutal; the 3 significant ones are the fighting conditions they had to live in, the…

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Throughout history, the loser had always been the ultimate evil, especially in a world war, in Germany s case. However, it is true that Germany did have voluminous responsibilities of starting the war, although she was not the one who sparked off the initial dispute. She was taking part in the imperialistic game, which made rivalries with other overseas empires. She was building an enormous…

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In history classes today (elementary, high school, and some in the college or university level as well) our teachers rarely give us an in-depth look at events, instead they just give us a quick scan of what happened, when, and why the events mentioned are important. I have yet to have had a history teacher get deep into the subject matter of a certain event,…

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U-Boats term paper

Posted by July 26, 2016

During 1914 no major naval engagements between the belligerents took place in the Atlantic. The British raided the German naval base at Helgoland Bight, an island off Germany in the North Sea, sinking three German ships. German submarines sunk several British naval units, including the superdreadnought Audacious (October 27); and a daring attempt by German submarines to raid Scapa Flow caused the British naval units…

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WWI Never Ended term paper

Posted by July 26, 2016

WWI Never Ended by Scott Doane Southwestern Michigan College English 103 Fall 1997 Doane ii Outline Thesis statement: WWII could have been avoided if WWI had ended differently. I. Introduction A. Explanation of Title B. Thesis II. Body A. Events Leading To WWI 1. Nationalism 2. Imperialism 3. Dominos 4. U.S. Involvement B. Repercussions of the Treaty of Versailles 1. Germany 2. Political 3. Psychological…

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In the 1930s Germany, under a dictatorship lead by Adolf Hitler, started expanding their rule. Each of the major world powers (England, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States) gave a response to this expansion. England preferred being in “splendid isolation,” or being safe on their island. Conservative Stanley Baldwin promoted “splendid isolation” when he was prime minister of Britain. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain…

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