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Essays for History: World War I (Wwi)

  1. Is the Constitution Still Relevant
    Mitch Foster AP Gov Mr. Ahrens Voice of Democracy Essay The Constitution was written so that everyone in this great country called the United States was protected...
  2. Costume History
    Costume History Influence on Fashion Project - Crinoline Crinoline was originally a stiff fabric made of horse hair and cotton or linen used to make petticoats. It...
  3. The Blast in Centralia
    Based on the case study by Martin, The Blast in Centralia No. 5, in Stillman, PA, Chapter 1, write a 3-4  page paper in which you: 1. Identify and explain four (4...
  4. Austria-Hungary and Serbia
    June 28, 1914, the new Emperor Franz Ferdinand visits a crowd of people for the beginning of his rule. A young Serb in the Black Hand named Gavrilo Princip takes a gun and murders Ferdinand. The crowd is in shock and Austria-Hungary is angered...
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  5. Industrialization Used in World War I
    During World War I, countries used technology to help them become more powerful and stronger against the enemies. Unlike the days where spears and sticks were used, the Industrial Revolution allowed the new technologies to make new weapons and...
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  6. Isolationism
    After World War, Japan and United States came out with a better economy. The other countries like Britain, French, Germany, Russia needed to take out loans and rebuild their country from all the dismay during the war. Economically, these countries...
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  7. Paper on Social, Political, Economical, Etc. Effects of Www
    "Everywhere in the world was heard the sound of things breaking." <br /> <br /> Advanced European societies could not support long wars or so many thought <br /> prior to World War I. They were right in a way. The societies could not <br...
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  8. History of the Violin
    The History of the Violin The violin is a descendant from the viol family of instruments, which can be traced back to ninth century Europe. The first violins were made...
  9. The Anzac Involvment at Gallipoli Campaign
    For today’s essay I will talk about why the Anzac involve in the Battle of Gallipoli. Actually the plan is planned by the British to attack the Western Front e.g. Germany by attacking Turkey, Germany’s new ally. The plan is to force the...
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  10. The Assessed Causes of the First World War
    Long Term Causes And Arguments: <br /> <br /> In 1838, a agreement was formed to protect Belgium if attacked or invaded. Briton along with other major European powers signed this therefore dragging themselves into the First World War when...
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  11. The Brink of War
    In 1914, there were many things that placed Europe at the brink if war. Nationalism, militarism, imperialism, social darwinism, and Jingoes where five of the main forces that were pushing Europe to the brink of war. Another main force was the...
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  12. 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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  13. The Relationship Between the Holocaust and Zionism
    The Relationship Between the Holocaust and Zionism August 12, 2012 The Jewish Holocaust was one of the most heinous crimes against humanity ever committed by one people...
  14. The Tension Build-Up Prior to Wwi
    There was an extreme amount of tension build-up in central Europe during the turn of the 20th century. This tension was due to the strife between France and Germany. The two countries had fought a war in 1871 and the French had lost. They had to...
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  15. Wartime Propaganda: World War I
    The Drift Towards War <br /> <br /> "Lead this people into war, and they'll forget there was ever such a <br /> thing as tolerance. To fight, you must be brutal and ruthless, and <br /> the spirit of ruthless brutality will enter into the very...
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  16. Was Germany Responsible for the Outbreak of World War I?
    The cause of World War I cannot be primarily attributed to any single act of any one nation. To arrive at a reasonable conclusion one must consider all the underlying factors, weighting each one's liability to the cause. I can't understand why the...
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  17. Vienna Settlement
    1 Fourth History Test: How far did the Vienna Settlement contribute to maintaining the peace in Europe in the period 1815-1914? The Vienna Settlement refers to a series of...
  18. Music
    The Origins of Music From far back as I can remember, my life has been filled with music. My mother would wake us up to the sounds of blues, jazz, and...
  19. World War I
    The first World War did not just happen overnight, it had been building up for years. One long term cause was Nationalism. Strong competition had developed among France, Britain, Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Germany, especially after the unification...
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  20. Summary on - a Painted House by John Grisham
    A Painted House is a February 2001 novel by American author John Grisham. Inspired by his childhood in Arkansas, it is Grisham's first major work outside the legal thriller...
  21. World War I and Canada
    World War I, a terrifying ordeal that robbed 25 million humans of their lives, <br /> began on August 3, 1914. On this date Germany invaded Belgium, and when Britain <br /> moved to defend Belgium World War I had begun. Canada, a member of the...
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  22. Wwi German
    It is generally accepted that Germany and her ally the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary (together called the Central Powers), played the main role in creating the conditions that led to the Great War.<br /> Germany began to take the initiative...
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  23. Wwi-Wwii: Same War, Different Dates
    A number of historians view World War II as the sequel to, or the finishing of the World War I. Although the two wars were in retrospect, very different, they can be viewed as chapters of the same war. When evaluating Hitler's rise to power, there...
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