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Prelude to World War
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6 pages total. A short essay discussing factors leading upto and surrounding World War I and U.S. involvement. Austria, Hungary, F.D.R., and others are frequently-mentioned keywords. The writer also briefly discusses the relevance of factors that would later lead upto WW II as well. Bibliography lists 6+ sources.
Filename: Histess.wps

Sources of International War and World War I
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This 4 page report discusses ideas relating to the inter-relationship of man, the nation-state, and war. For example, in World War I, it would appear that the real conflict was fostered on the antagonism between the aristocracy and the common people that led to international aggression. It is also important to consider the ways in which World War I was responsible for changing perceptions regarding the individual and the nation in the reality of war. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWwwaltz.rtf

The American Presence in World War I / How the US Helped Win the War
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A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the history surrounding the German surrender in World War I, and argues the thesis that the U.S. intervention of 1917 was the single factor that transformed the war. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Uswin.doc

The Causes of the First World War
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This 11 page paper considers the causes of the first world war by reviewing the available literature on the subject. The common perception is often that of a war stating due to the assignation of Archduke Ferdinand. In this paper the underlying reasons are discussed; the treaties, nationalism and increasing technological ability and military build up are included. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEwwone.rtf

Trench Warfare In World War I
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8 pages in length. The First World War, considered by many to be almost certainly the largest [catastrophe] in history, is said to have gained such an unenviable moniker due in part to trench warfare. On the drawing board, trench warfare appeared to be a most applicable means by which to render attack upon the enemy. However, what ensued was not so much of an agent of protection as one that gave cause for significant anxiety, pain and unmitigated terror. The writer discusses techniques, affects on soldiers and tanks as they relate to WWI trench warfare. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCtrnch.doc


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