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Papers On European History
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Georges Duby
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This 16 page paper considers the background and work of this French historian who specialised in the middle ages. The paper considers his background and qualifications as well as his studies and then discusses the influence that his work had on the academic community as well as society in general. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEgduby1.wps

German Beer
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of German beer, who drinks it and the laws surrounding the production of it. Information on American beer is included for comparison purposes. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA211Ger.rtf

German Consent and Hitler’s Rise to Power
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A 4 page overview of the factors influencing Hitler’s rise to power. The author contends that this rise was made possible only through the common consent of the German people. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPhitlr5.rtf

German Foreign Ministry During The Nazi Regime
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It seems reasonable that a government that includes a Foreign Ministry would rely on that office to determine foreign policy. This was not true of Germany in the years between 1933 and 1939. This 16 page paper argues that Hitler brought with him his own beliefs concerning the interaction between nations. He implemented policies congruent with his own beliefs and agenda, without regard to the established diplomatic services of the Foreign Ministry. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KTgermin.wps

German Population Trends
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This 5 page paper discusses German population trends, particularly the waves of Turkish immigrants to the country since the mid-1950s. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVGerPop.rtf

German Success With Blitzkrieg : 1939-1942
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A 9 page paper that begins by explaining the concept and history of blitzkrieg, a combat war tactic that was initially advanced by a British Colonel. Given Germany's limited resources at the end of World War I, they needed to build their military forces to be stronger and faster; they not only used the idea of blitzkrieg, they enhanced it, especially when Hitler took power in 1933. This essay discusses the essential elements of a blitzkrieg attack and how the Germans used this tactic successfully until 1942. Their attempt to take the Soviet Union and the whole of North Africa led to defeat, however. The importance of logistics, particularly those over which military leaders cannot control, are discussed. The use of blitzkrieg in Poland, France, Belgium, Holland and other nations is explained and discussed as is the eventual downfall of the German military. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGblitz.rtf

German Unification, Bismarck, the Treaties of Frankfurt and Versailles
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A 3 page consideration of the outcome of the German wars of unification. This paper addresses the question of why the French were so vengeful in the Treaty of Versailles. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPbismarTreaties.rtf

German-American Immigrants
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4 pages in length. Germans first established themselves upon American soil in 1683 when Germantown, Pennsylvania was created. As the centuries went on and Germans continued to emigrate from their homeland to one that offered greater prosperity and living conditions, German-Americans came to represent ten percent of the entire United States population. Pennsylvania Dutch, one of the most recognizable of all German-American communities, developed out of a mispronunciation of the word 'Deutsch.' The vast majority of German-American immigrants, however, arrived during the Industrial Revolution when Germany was experiencing severe social, economic and political troubles, including tyrants, unemployment and famine. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCGermAmIm.rtf

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