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Papers On European History
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Jewel in the Crown/Western Progress
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A 5 page research paper in which the writer argues that history shows that the rationalized foundations for imperialism were pure illusion and the behavior of Western powers in the third world throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth century is one of repression and racism. This legacy is shown well in Paul Scott's novel The Jewel in the Crown, and the novel is discussed as exemplary of this position. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khjewimp.rtf

Jewish Identity & Assimilation
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A 5 page research paper that examines how the issue of assimilation has played a role in Jewish history between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. The writer argues that examination of the issue of assimilation demonstrates that becoming a viable part of a host culture without loosing their identity as Jews as only been a fairly recent possibility for Jews as a people. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khjewa.rtf

Jewish Immigration: 1900 to WWII
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A 10 page paper which examines Jewish Immigration from 1900 to the beginning of WWII. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: RAjewim.rtf

Jewish Life in Stalinist Russia
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A 5 page research paper that investigates the autobiography of Mary Leder (My Life in Stalinist Russia, 2001) in order to report on what life was like in the former Soviet Union for Jews and how and why this changed after World War II. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khmlussr.rtf

Jewish Resistance Movements in the Holocaust
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This 30 page paper considers the nature of the Jewish resistance movements during the Holocaust, and reflects on the significant issues raised during this era and the attempts to quell the German objectification and murder of millions of Jews in Germany and Poland. This paper assesses the success of resistance movements, including those that occurred in concentration camps and those in the ghettos, and suggests that these movements brought the struggle of the Jews to an international light. Bibliography lists 25 sources.
Filename: MHHolRes.wps

Jews of Eastern Europe and American Blacks in the 1930s
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This 5 page paper discusses the similarities and differences between Jews in Eastern Europe and Blacks in America during the 1930s. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVJewBlk.rtf

Joan of Arc
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An 8 page overview of the life and accomplishments of Joan of Arc, the young girl who led France to victory in their hundred-year war against the English but ultimately burned on the stake for heresy. The author of this paper emphasizes the fact that what we know of Joan of Arc largely comes from testimony which was delivered under oath in her trial, a fact which makes her claims of divine inspiration and of hearing voices which directed her toward her many accomplishments considerably more plausible. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPjoanAr.rtf

Joan of Arc
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A 10 page research paper that offers an overview of the life of Joan of Arc, a simple sixteen-year-old peasant French peasant girl who could neither read nor write, but who managed to inspire and lead the French army to victory in a long protracted fifteenth century war with the English, continues to fascinate writers and audiences. This is principally due to the fact that Joan’s story contains so many incongruities and questions. Originally, she was condemned as a heretic, but was later canonized as a saint. Her exploits occurred during a time of extreme class and gender prejudice, but Joan was not only a peasant but also a woman. The very act of wearing men’s clothes was sufficient at that time to be used as a rationalization for heresy and this contributed to Joan’s sentence of death, even though she assumed this clothing in order to protect her modesty and chastity. This examination of Joan of Arc looks first at what is known in the historical record pertaining to her life and the influence that Joan’s legend has had various writers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khjoarc.rtf


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