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  1. Post World War Two Immigrants
    During World War Two Australians finally realised just how vulnerable they were to enemy attacks. The reality of this possibility hit home hard when the Japanese attacked Darwin and when Japanese midget subs penetrated Sydney harbour. We now...
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  2. World War Two – Europe And The Pacific
    1. The League of Nations was an inter-governmental organization founded as a result of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919–1920, and...
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  3. British Women’s Wartime Experiences In Britain During The Second World War
    Introduction Women have always and everywhere played vital roles in war efforts; their contributions have typically been that of nurturers and peacemakers. Women have...
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  4. How Far Did World War One Change The Lives Of British Women?
    Before World War One, women faced many problems, and were subject to generally extremely sexist attitudes (in hindsight) by men. No gender equality existed, and men and women...
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  5. World War Ii
    The treaty of Versailles was a main factor to lead to collapse of International peace by 1939. Also Hitler’s desire for power, Germanys embarrassment from the results of world war one and anti communism contributed to ‘Total War’. <br /> <br...
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  6. Why Did The Second World War Break Out?
    The Second World War was the cause of 50 million deaths and £28,000 million loss to Britain’s economy; it was the worst and most costly event in human history. Obviously it is clear that the forces of Germany, and their leader Hitler, are...
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  7. To What Extent Is Germany Responsible For World War i And Ii?
    To what extent should Germany be held responsible for causing both the First and Second World Wars?<br /> <br /> It has long been argued by historians whether or not Germany is to blame for causing both the World Wars. This essay will examine to...
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  8. World War i
    The World War I was a military conflict that lasted from 1914 to 1918. It involved two opposing alliances in Europe- the Triple Entente which included France, Great Britain...
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  9. Was The First World War Caused By The Alliance System?
    First World War caused by the Alliance system? Introduction: The Great Powers in Europe were seeking to make alliances along Europe for defensive purposes and the...
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  10. World War Ii: Pear Harbor Attack
    On December 7, 1941 Attacked the U.S., drawing the U.S. To declare war on Germany, Italy, and Japan, forever changing the course of history. Japan had begun to rely more...
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  11. Wartime Propaganda: World War i
    world war. With the help of a propaganda apparatus that was unparalleled in world...
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  12. World War i
    World War I. Many nations were in heavy competition for colonies and markets through out the world ... have a balance of power. The two groups of nations were organized...
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  13. What Caused The Second World War? Who Was To Blame?
    War was declared by Britain and France on Germany, September 1939. World War II lasted for six years killing millions; injuring and traumatising many more. Two decades earlier, World War I had taken place also killing, injuring and traumatising...
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  14. Japan After World War Ii
    was extensively fire bombed during the second world war. The stench of sewer gas ... former tenants. Within two years 2 million tenants became...
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  15. The Assessed Causes Of The First World War
    World War when Germany invaded Belgium to fight France. In 1848, Austria-Hungary under Franz Josef lost a war ... between the two sides finally joined Germany...
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  16. The Causes Of The First World War
    Introduction<br /> <br /> There are a lot of reasons for the outbreak of the First World War. In this project I will be explaining the causes of the first world with such topics in the Long term section such as Germany’s defeat of France in the...
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  17. World War Ii: The Battle For Europe
    The Great depression was one of the many reasons for World War II (WWII). The Great Depression was in an economic slump in North America, Europe and other industrial parts of the world. (www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/depression/about.htm) The Great...
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  18. World War One
    The Great war of 1914-1918 was caused by many reasons, some which even begun a century before the war in 1914 begun…<br /> <br /> Germany was a new nation as it was only formed in 1871; Kaiser Wilhem II craved more land and was jealous of Great...
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  19. World War i
    Causes of World War I BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Those were the shots that broke the silence in the Sarajevo air on June 28, 1914. Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie...
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  20. World War 1
    World War I was a tragic event in history. Many people died both soldiers and civilians. Therefore someone needed to be punished, Germany. With Germany taking the blame in...
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  21. Second World War
    Tragedy In The Trenches When The date is July the 1st 1916. Our play is set in the muddy, treacherous, bloody battle of The Somme, in the First World War. Where The...
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  22. Causes Of World War i
    I feel that there many reasons for the start of the First World War and not just one, I think it’s a bit more complicated than that. I have put...
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  23. The Impacts Of World War Ii On Australian Women
    The trials and tribulations which women tolerated throughout World War II are evident through Peggy Terry, a woman who worked in a munitions factory during the war, who said...
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  24. World War 2
    World War II, was a global military conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945, which involved most of the world's nations, including all of the great powers: eventually forming two...
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  25. Life As a World War 1 Soldier
    Life as a World War I Soldier Life as a soldier in World War I was no “walk in the park” for anyone involved. The soldiers fought through plenty of gruesome battles that...
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  26. World War One Diary
    Dairy one: How the war started. I never knew this would have caused such a great war. It just so happened that the Archduke Ferdinand and his wife Sophie had been killed...
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  27. Why Was World War One a Global War?
    World War One was a global military conflict that involved most of the world's great powers, assembled in two conflicting alliances consisting of the Triple Entente and the...
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  28. Women In World War 2
    Women in World War II When someone mentions World War II, do you groan and think, "I don't want to hear about World War II, that happened such a long time ago and it...
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  29. World War i
    At the turn of the twentieth century, Europe seemed to enjoy a period of peace and progress. Yet below the surface, several forces were at work that would lead Europe into...
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  30. Was Hitler Primarily Responsible For The Outbreak Of The Second World War
    Hitler was primarily responsible for the outbreak of the Second World War. He was too ambitious that he constantly violated the Treaty of Versailles to rearm and invade other...
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