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The Causes and Effects of World War II
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A 5 page paper on the causes and effects of Word War II. It includes insight and some facts as to why we went to war, who was involved, and what some of the outcomes were. It also describes some of the losses suffered by the various countries involved, and what motivated them to act as they did. Bibliography cites several sources. Ww-ii.wps
Filename: Ww-ii.rtf

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 / A General History
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5 pages in length. The largest and most costly war in history, World War II did much to bring together nations that had up until then been bitter enemies. The writer briefly chronicles the prewar climate, what actually set off the fighting, as well as the aftermath that followed.
Filename: WW2ab.rtf

Philosophies of Government in US and World Affairs Since World War II
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A 6 page paper discussing the revisionist, realist and liberalist relations with the Soviet Union and NATO, primary players in world politics since the end of World War II. US involvement with them has fallen into clear schools of thought, taking several approaches. Those of revisionism, realism and liberalism are discussed here. Liberalism has been the rule concerning NATO, and even ultimate focus of US relations with the former Soviet Union was that of liberalism. Though necessarily realist in assessing conditions as they existed, the US did not act from that perspective at all when Mikhail Gorbechev presented avenues by which those relations could take on a more liberalist slant. All of these schools have been used over the decades, but it is liberalism to which we consistently seem to gravitate. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KSnato.doc

World War II -- Arguing That 'Oil Won the War'
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A 7 page research paper which argues that U.S. oil production was a vital element in the Allied victory. The writer demonstrates how the tremendous need for fuel ultimately crippled both the German and the Japanese forces and how the U.S. oil was instrumental in aiding the Allied forces - particularly a battered Great Britain in 1942. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Oilwar2.wps


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