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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 1 Case Study Jules Ferry

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Case Study # 1: Jules Ferry

Jules Ferry was Prime Minister of France as that nation launched its imperial expansion. In a debate with member of the French Parliament

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 1 Discussion DQ 2The First Total War

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The First Total War

World War 1 is said to have been the first ‘total’ war. What does that mean? And what does it mean for people and nations trying to pick up the pieces and resume normal life?

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 1 Discussion DQ 11900 The Age of Hope and the Age of ‘Isms’

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1900: The Age of Hope and the Age of ‘Isms’

Here’s a statement to consider: “Imperialism has been the most powerful force in world history over the last four or five centuries

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 2 Case Study Versailles: The Allies’ “Last Horrible Triumph”

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Case Study #2: Versailles: The Allies’ “Last Horrible Triumph

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 2 Discussion DQ 1The Rise of Totalitarianism

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The Rise of Totalitarianism

Compare and contrast the two types of totalitarian governments that arose after 1917, that is, communism and fascism. What were the origins of these governments

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 2 Discussion DQ 2Nationalism and the Treaty of Versailles

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Nationalism and the Treaty of Versailles

What were reasons that led to the ultimate failure of the Treaty of Versailles? What were the challenges facing the newly-formed League of Nations,

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 3 Case Study The Democrat and the Dictator

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 HIST 410N Week 3 Case Study

The Democarat and the Dictator

Franklin Roosevelt and Adolph Hitler both came to power in 1933. They found themselves in charge of nations still suffering from the consequences

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 3 Discussion DQ 1Dictatorship and Democracy

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 Dictatorship and Democracy

Analyze Adolph Hitler’s rise to power and the policies he used to rule Germany. Textbook tyrant? Overheated Nationalist? Or the right man for at

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 3 Discussion DQ 2World War II and the Holocaust

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 World War II and the Holocaust

The following statement was taken from a contemporary account of Germany in 1939: “Though the Fuhrer’s anti-Semitic program furnished the National Socialist party in the first instances with a nucleus and a rallying-cry, it was swept into office by two

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 4 Discussion DQ 1The Cold War: Who Shot First?

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The Cold War: Who Shot First?

The United States accused the Soviet Union of breaking all its wartime pledges and holding Eastern Europe hostage while trying to subvert governments in the west. The Soviet Union accused the US and its allies of trying surround and ultimately destroy it. War

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 4 Discussion DQ 2Cold War Buzz Words

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Cold War Buzz Words

The Cold War its very own verbiage. The West had more than its share: Cold War, Iron Curtain, Containment, Domino Theory were just a few

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 4 Midterm Examination

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Question : (TCO 1, 2) Analyze how World War 1 changed the economic, social, and political landscapes in the affected nations. Use examples to explain how

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 5 Case Study Winston Churchill’s Iron Curtain Speech

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Case Study: Winston Churchill’s Iron Curtain Speech

There are many ways to get a feel for the events of the 20th Century. One way is through the analysis of primary source documents. Few documents set the stage for the second half than Winston Churchill’s 1946 speech in Fulton, Missouri. Officially entitled “

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 5 Discussion DQ 2Israel and the Middle East

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Israel and the Middle East

Why has the Arab-Israeli conflict been so persistent? What religious and cultural factors have contributed to the persistent state of unrest in the Middle East and, in particular, in what some people refer to as the Holy Land?

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 5Discussion DQ 1Africa and the West

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Africa and the West

What accounts for the rather late emergence of African countries as independent nation-states? Is there something peculiar about Africa that delayed its

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 6 Case Study Ho Chi Minh and Vietnamese Independence

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Case Study: Ho Chi Minh and Vietnamese Independence

Was Ho Chi Minh a Communist? To many Ameri

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 6 Discussion DQ 1The End of the Cold War

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The End of the Cold War

What impact did Mikhail Gorbachev’s ideas of glasnost (openness), perestroika (restructuring) and demokratizatsiia (democratization) have on

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 6 Discussion DQ 2The not so Cold War

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The not so Cold War

It would be easy to dismiss the Cold War simply as proof that Capitalism was a better theory than Communism. Easy, but not the whole story. In order for Communism to be relegated to the dustbin of history, it first had to be proven that its struggle against Capitalism unecessary and thus irrelevant. How do the US and the USSR close the gap in the last

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 7 Case Study Mikhail Gorbachev’s 1988 UN Speech

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Case Study: Mikhail Gorbachev’s 1988 UN Speech

If the pace of improving US-Soviet relations seemed rapid, Mikhail Gorbachev’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly would shift the process

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 7 Discussion DQ 1Cold War Nostalgia

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Cold War Nostalgia

In the years after the Cold War and the collapse of the bipolar order, the world has undergone significant changes. Chief among those changes has been a perceived

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 7 Discussion DQ 2Brave New World

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Brave New World

So…the Cold War is over. Time to do a victory lap and celebrate the primacy of American power. But the celebration seemed short-lived, as there were plenty of other concerns. Nothing is as it should be. Our adversaries are now our allies, and our allies are now

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HIST 410N Education on your terms-snaptutorial.com

HIST 410N Week 7 Final Exam

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Question 1.1. (TCO 6) The 1914 assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was a factor in causing World War I.  What else might be considered