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Confrontation in European History
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A 5 page paper discussing several of the most dramatic moments in European history in regards to military involvement and revolution. The books used in this examination are “The Challenge of The West,” by Lynn Hunt, “Nineteenth-Century Europe,” by Jan Goldstein and John Boyer eds., “Death's Men,” by Denis Winter, and “Maus II,” by Art Speigelman. Events discussed include the Paris Commune, the Bolshevik Revolution, WWI, WWII, and the Cold War. In relationship to the driving force of European politics, as discussed, the decisive forces between 1848 and 1989 appear to be both socialism and nationalism, depending upon the particular event and time period. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Confront.wps

Nicholas II and the February Revolution
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A 16 page paper that describes the history and persepectives around the February Revolution that led to the abdication of Nicholas II. This paper considers the impact of the two major political groups of the time, the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks during the First World War, and the reflections of their membership on the leadership of Nicholas. This paper also recognizes Nicholas' relationships with his advisors and their perceptions on the insurrection that caused his necessary abdication. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Women's Movement Of 1919 Russia / Conflicting Views
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An 11 page paper that provides an overview of the elements leading to considerable opposition in the Russian Women's movement of 1919, essentially dividing the women of Russian. This paper argues that the fundamental premises of both Feminist and Bolshevik groups pitted women against women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Russwf.wps

“Appeasement policies”
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A paper which looks at the policy of appeasement which was adopted by Neville Chamberlain in his negotiations with Hitler prior to the outbreak of the Second World War. The paper considers the underlying motivations of both politicians, particularly in reference to such factors as the effect which the Treaty of Versailles had had on the restructuring of Germany, the importance of the annexation of Austria and the invasion of Poland, and the part that British anti-communism played in the way that Chamberlain perceived Hitler’s potential to attack the USSR.
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“Hitler and Stalin”
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A paper which looks at the similarities and differences between the regimes in Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia, in terms of repression, elitism, the use of propaganda and the way in which both were headed by charismatic leaders .
Filename: JLhitlerstalin.wps

“Khrushchev’s Secret Speech”
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A ten page paper which looks at Khrushchev’s secret speech of 1956 and considers the impact which it had on the USSR, the international community, and Khrushchev’s own political future. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: JLkhrushchev.wps

"Behind The Urals" By John Scott
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4 pages in length. Leaving America for the very same reason others seek out its open-armed borders, John Scott removed himself from the comfort and safety of the United States and sought to find what he thought would be a more suitable life for himself. Little did he know when he chose Russia – more particularly Magnitogorsk in the Ural Mountains – that he had literally thrust himself into a time warp of how America had been tens of decades ago prior to any union implementation or basic humane approach to the value of life. What Scott ultimately gained throughout his journey to find himself outside the protected perimeters of the United States was a wakeup call that completely reversed his opinion about how "sadly dislocated" (p. 3) America had become and unappealing to a university graduate with "young energy and enthusiasm" (p. 3) during the Depression. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCJScott.rtf

"Ending the Cold War" by Herrmann and Lebow
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This 3 page paper discusses the book "Ending the Cold War" by Herrmann and Lebow, and argues that credit for ending this decades-long standoff goes to Mikhail Gorbachev. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVEndCld.rtf

"Resurrection: The Struggle for a New Russia" by David Remnick
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A 5 page paper which examines the first four chapters of Remnick's book "Resurrection: The Struggle for a New Russia," discussing his arguments. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAremnck.rtf


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