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Papers On European History
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Leisure in Britain and social change, with reference to cinema and cricket in the 20th century
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A paper which traces the changing patterns of leisure activities in Britain from 1850 to the present day, and looks in particular at the social and cultural influences on cinema and cricket. Bibliography lists 6 sources
Filename: JLcricket.rtf

Lenin’s Leadership and Stalin’s Dictatorship: The Differences in the Two Regimes Based on Suny’s “The Soviet Experiment”
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the different regimes in Russia under Lenin and Stalin. The leadership styles of Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin are considered to be somewhat different considering they both started out being part of the same Bolshevik party during the revolution in Russia in 1917. Lenin was established as the leader after the revolution and quickly began to establish policies based on the socialist writings of Marx including the abolishment of all class distinctions between the nobility, the merchants, the peasants and the working classes and turning the property in the country over to the peasants. Despite his good intentions however, the Bolsheviks who later became known as the Communists, were known for their strong handed methods and the slow removal of opposing forces. Stalin took over as the virtual leader in 1924 when Lenin died and his policies were more militant in their protection of Soviet Russia and by 1930 he had managed to remove all opposing forces to his government and established a one party government with himself as the leader. Stalin used this leadership and the forces within his power to maintain control of the country and any who opposed him were handled by his military forces and special police. Lenin was considered a hero and the instigator of Marxism Leninism although he did not wish to be worshipped. Stalin, on the other hand, believed that his power and the power of his government went hand in hand and his methods were condemned after his death. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TJRGSun1.rtf

Lenin’s Tomb by David Remnick”
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A five page paper which looks at David Remnick’s account of the collapse of the Soviet Union, in terms of the way in which he conducted his research, the conclusions which he reached regarding the cause of the regime’s demise, and possible alternative interpretations of his ideological stance. Bibliography lists 2 sources
Filename: JLremnick.wps

Leon Trotsky
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This 6 page paper gives background on Trotsky, his strategies during the war, and his morals as inferred from these methods. It also discusses the ways in which he kept the Red Army engaged.
Filename: HVtrtsky.rtf

Leopold von Ranke
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Leopold von Ranke, did believe that history was a matter of evolution. That is, that the events of the present are a logical outcome of the past and are the foundation for the future. This 8 page paper explores Ranke's thoughts on history as they pertain to God and the State. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KTrankes.wps

Lessons from the Napoleonic Era
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An 8 page overview of the many lessons of the Napoleonic Era. The author contends that the most important of these lessons is Napoleon's efforts to dominate others left a legacy of resistance by those that have been dominated. That legacy has been reflected around the world as one nation after another sought independence from domination. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPnapole.rtf

Liberal to Conservative: The British Switch
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A 5 page paper which discusses the reasons why the British people quickly changed from supporting the Liberal Party to supporting the Conservative Party after WWI. The source used for this discussion is Ross McKibbon's "Class and Conventional Wisdom: The Conservative Party and the Public in Interwar Britain." No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAlibconsrv.doc

LIFE IN 1930S RUSSIA
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This 9 page paper describes life of the average person during the time of Stalin's reign. Clothing, food, entertainment, employment of the everyday family living in Kiev during the 1930's as well as brief facts about the history of Kiev and its survival of several wars. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: mbussr30.rtf


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