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World War I & II
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A 12 page paper which details some of the circumstances of World War I and II. World War I took place in the beginning of the century and changed the balance of powers that were in existence for centuries. Europe was virtually devastated by the war and the United States came out of it as a major world power. World War II was essentially a continuation of the first World War. Both wars have some similarities in their cause as well as the ensuing result. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Worldwar.wps

The Depiction of War in Film: Contrast Between the Depictions of World War II and Vietnam
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A 6 page discussion of the variations we see in the presentation style and content of movies depicting war. Correlates that variation with the variation in American sentiment which existed at the time, and indeed which continues to exist today regarding World War II verses the Vietnam War. Uses specific examples from the World War II movie "Sands of Iwo Jima" and the Vietnam War movies "Green Berets", "Platoon", and "Hamburger Hill". Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPwarMov.wps

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.wps

Australian Economic Development Following Two World Wars
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An 8 page paper. There can be no doubt that each of the World Wars changed the direction of economic development in most of the world. Not all countries, however, recognize that they are not capable of defending themselves against an invasion because their population is too small. This was one of the effects of World War I for Australia although it was not until World War II when they concentrated on increasing their population. This paper discusses numerous changes made in Australia as both direct and indirect results of each of these wars. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGauswar.wps

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

U.S. Government & Depiction of World War I
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A 4 page paper which examines the active role taken by the U.S. Government to ensure that World War I was seen in a positive light by the American public, as discussed in Johanna Neumanís book, 'Lights, Camera, War: Is Media Driving International Politics?' Also considered are the films made about World War I during the war and afterwards, and the difference the Creel Committee made in influencing perceptions as well as other possible factors which impacted the image of the war. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Govtww1.wps

Cold War Consequences
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The Cold War was a war of ideology that had it's beginnings in the aftermath of World War II and the redistribution of power. The two great powers, the United States and the Soviet Union struggled for a balance of power in a world where even the definitions of peace had changed. The Cold war had the effect of generating an active defense of American capitalism. Private enterprise economy was seen as a viable and stable economic system. Economic freedom and political democracy were commingled in the eyes of the world, much as communism and authoritarian government were. This 5 page paper examines some of the changes wrought by the ending of the Cold War and the changes that might be expected in the future. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Coldcons.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

How World War I Set The Stage For World War II
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In this 5 page essay, the writer argues that the severe terms and conditions imposed upon Germany at the conclusion of WWI contributed to that country's faltering economy and loss of national pride-- circumstances which made the German people susceptible to the propaganda of Hitler and the rise of the Nazi party. Thus, the world's harsh punishing of Germany ultimately ignited the sparks that would flame a Second World War. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Ww1.wps

The Threat of Nuclear War in the Post-Cold War World
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In this 5 page research paper, the writer describes how much more serious the threat of nuclear war has actually become since the end of the Cold War. It is argued that while the START series of treaties (and others) do indeed present themselves as positive steps towards world peace, securing world safety from the possible threat of nuclear proliferation in countries like Iraq is now an all-important concern. In sum, this paper makes the point that the nuclear threat hasn't been erased-- It has simply changed its form. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Nukewar.wps

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