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Fallout of Terrorism and Arson, 2001 and 1933
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A 10 page paper reviewing the burning of the Reichstag building in 1933 and the events of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 for the purpose of looking for parallels between them. There are some coincidental similarities between the burning of the Reichstag building in 1933 and the September 11 terrorist attacks, but only highly superficial ones such as they both involved government action and they both resulted in the loss of personal freedoms that had existed before. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Filename: KShisReich.rtf

Fascism in Italy
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This 14 page paper discusses the rise and fall of fascism in Italy. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVFasItl.rtf

FASCISM IN NAZI GERMANY
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This 5-page paper explores a few of the reasons why the average German citizen in Nazi Germany accepted fascism so readily. The paper discusses the definition of fascism as well as other factors toward the acceptance of fascism. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MTgerfas.rtf

Fascism, Nazism And World War II
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5 pages in length. The appeal of Fascism in 1930s Germany can be primarily attributed to the appearance of much needed national support in the overwhelming presence of authoritarian principles. In 1939, the world collided with itself for the second time; in a show of sheer force, every major power on the planet -- known as the Allies and the Axis -- was in conflict with one another. At the crux of the Second World War was not so much the instigation of just one entity, but rather the combined efforts of two significant forces. Some believe that all the blame of WW2 belongs squarely upon the political shoulders of the Weimar Republic failure, while others contend that the combination of Germany's Fascist character, aims of the Kaisserreich and the rise of Hitler were instrumental in setting the stage for war. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCfacsm.rtf

Fascism: Nazi Germany And Stalin's Russia
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5 pages in length. The extent to which Nazi Germany and Stalin's Russia shared much of the same Fascist ideology cannot be denied; that each totalitarian and self-proclaimed political messiah brought about overwhelming pain and suffering to his respective people speaks volumes regarding how the nature of Fascist rule was one imparted upon both the German and Russian people without conscience. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCFashz.rtf

Fashion, Gender Distinction, and the Industrial Revolution
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A 14 page discussion of the contention that gender differentiation in both the public and private spheres became increasing exaggerated during the Industrial Revolution. The author describes the clothing of the time by decade and concludes that gender distinctions in terms of fashion were indeed exaggerated. Women's fashions would be more accurately described as flamboyant than practical, a distinction which in itself served to clearly distinguish them from the male gender. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPfashio.rtf

FATE OF THE JEWS IN GERMAN OCCUPIED SOVIET UNION, 1941-1942
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This 5 page paper discusses the treatment of the Jews in German occupied Soviet Union during 1941-1942. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MBdcamp.rtf

Feudalism in European History: Its Definition and Role in Society
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the development and purpose of feudalism in Europe from the 9th to 13th centuries. Originating out of the chaos which resulted from the breakdown of the Roman institutional system, the feudal system consisted of lords and kings which controlled fiefs across Europe. Through the development of the agricultural revolution and the expansion of textiles and export goods, the lords and kings became more established and the Orders of Knighthood developed during this time. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJfeudl1.rtf


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