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Multiculturalism in the UK
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A five page paper which looks at the development of race relations in Britain over the past fifty years and considers whether the UK can be categorised as a multicultural society. Bibliography lists 12 sources
Filename: JLmulticul.rtf

Muslim Culture and the Influence on Medieval Europe
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This 3 page paper emphasizes the role of trade on the Muslim influence during this time period. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: SA909mus.rtf

Mussolini and Hitler: The Ideologies and the Times Which Spawned Them
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A 3 page discussion of the ideologies of Fascism and the Nazi Party. Discusses the role of Hitler and Mussolini in bringing these ideologies to fruition and in unleashing phenomenal horrors on the world. Suggests desperation and the hypnotic effect of the men themselves as the reasons that the people followed these men. Suggests the Jews were an easy scapegoat and viewed as being responsible for all of society's problems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPfascis.wps

Mussolini and the Children of Italy
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This 7 page report discusses Benito Mussolini and his understanding that Fascism depended on youthful energy and enthusiasm to both bring Mussolini to power as well that power and the predominance of Fascism throughout Italy. He influenced virtually every aspect of an Italian child’s life as he changed the educational system, mounted an extreme propaganda effort, and provided youth organizations that were designed to create enthusiastic and devoted Fascist Italians. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWmusso.rtf

Mussolini, Sarfatti and the Role of the State in the Arts
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This 5 page paper discusses Mussolini's relationship with Margherita Sarfatti-Grassini and their thinking about the role of the state in art, and how Remarque and Kollwitz defied them. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVMusSar.rtf

Mussolini: Fascist Leader and Dictator
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the life, Fascist leadership and dictatorship of Benito Mussolini. The formation of the Fascist party in Italy by Benito Mussolini in 1919 was a pivotal point in Italian history and one in the life of Mussolini. Previously an ardent socialist, Mussolini was also an opportunist and one whose craving for power was dominated by the force he used to obtain and maintain it. Extremely bright and well educated, Mussolini moved wherever opportunities existed and when it was obvious that the governmental system in Italy was weak, he was able to dominate the system and declare himself “Il Duce” as a dictator. During the 1920s and the 1930s, it can be said that the Fascist Regime owed its existence to Mussolini and his Fascist colleagues supported his leadership, and were persecuted if they did not. During World War II however, when Mussolini felt his best course of action was to join the Germans, this not only led to a great deal of dissension within Italy but also led to a great deal of military losses on behalf of the Italian army. The Fascists blamed Mussolini for their losses and had him arrested. Although he was later rescued by the Germans and set up his own regime in Northern Italy, he was eventually executed by Italian partisans. Mussolini’s drive and charisma made him a dominant dictator who was accepted by the Italians and aided by the media during the strong times yet was blamed and condemned by the Fascists and Italians during Italy’s defeat. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJMusso1.rtf

Napoleon and the Battle of Austerlitz
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This 5 page report discusses The Battle of Austerlitz which took place on December 2, 1805, between the French forces led by Napoleon and the allied forces of the Russians and Austrians. The battle has often been referred to as “The Battle of the Three Emperors” because Napoleon, Francis I of Austria, and Alexander I of Russia were all present on the field. Historical records show that an estimated 9,000 Frenchmen were killed while approximately 25,000 of the Austrian and Russian soldiers died. It was a remarkable and tactical success for the French. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWnapaus.rtf

Napoleon and the Battle of Waterloo
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A five page paper which looks at Napoleon’s career and the military and political background to his last stand at the Battle of Waterloo, describing the main events of the battle itself and why its outcome was the final ruin of Napoleon. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JLnapol.wps

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