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Rationale For Australia's Contributions To The War Against Hitler In World War II
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10 pages in length. Understanding – let alone condoning – the rationale for Australia's contributions to the war against Hitler in World War II leaves many historians perplexed by what was an obviously poor military and political investment in the Singapore Strategy. The extent to which this move wholly threatened Australia's safety as an isolated white continent was both grand and far-reaching; one might readily surmise that had the adamant caution of some been heeded, this period of history would have had an entirely different outcome. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCAusWWII.rtf

Reading: The Rule of Law and Military Tribunals
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This 3 page paper discusses a reading of the rule of law as applied to military tribunals, specifically the war crimes trials in Nuremberg, Germany, after WWII. The defense argued, among other things, that the tribunal itself was illegal because it charged the defendants under a law that did not exist at the time they committed their crimes. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVNuberg.rtf

Reforms in the Polish Economy and the Reasons for their Success
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This 10 page paper looks at the relative success of Poland as a former communist country when compared to other countries such as Russia and Czechoslovakia. This paper argues that the accomplishment is due to the success of the economy and can be seen as a result of the way in which economic and political reforms have taken place, with the emphasis on the economic situation. The paper considers the reasons for the success including the economic history, different social expectations and the divergent perception of the role government. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Filename: TEpoland.wps

Reitz’s Heimat and World War II
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A 5 page essay that summarizes and analyzes director Edgar Reitz’s epic 1984 fifteen-hour, TV series, Heimat: Eine Deutsche Chronik (Homeland: A Chronicle of Germany), offers a vision of German history that dramatizes the perspective of the ordinary rural German citizen, while simultaneously relating the texture of historical events in the twentieth century to the cultural ethos that served to define the ways in which the German people perceived themselves and their nation. The first paper on this series (khheimat.rtf) discusses episodes 1 and 2. This paper focuses on episodes 3-7, which cover World War II. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khheima2.rtf

Reitz’s Heimat, The Final Episodes
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A 5 page essay/reaction paper to the final episodes of Edgar Reitz’s epic 1984 fifteen-hour, TV series, Heimat: Eine Deutsche Chronik (Homeland: A Chronicle of Germany) which carry the narrative into the post-World War II era, concluding in the early 1980s. In these final episodes, Reitz underscores themes, often mirroring earlier action, and establishing a cyclical feel to the life of the village. However, while the action shows how each successive generation tends to mirror its predecessors, Reitz also makes the point that modernity imposes a form of alienation in which the ideal of “heimat” seems not so much lost forever, as misplaced by the generation coming after Maria, Eduard and the family patriarchs, Katharina and Mathias Simon. The earlier episodes of this series are discussed in khheimat.rtf and khheima2.rtf. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khheima3.rtf

Relationship of Church and State/ 14th to 16th Century
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This is a 4 page paper which discusses the relationship between the Church and the State from the 14th century through the 16th Century in Western Europe. The bibliography has 1 source.
Filename: JHRela.rtf

Religion and literacy
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A five page paper which looks at the importance of religion in the increase in literacy rates in Britain and France during the seventeenth century. Bibliography lists 5 sources
Filename: JLrelliteracy.rtf

Religion and the Enlightenment
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A paper which considers the perspective of Voltaire, Kant and Condorcet on organised religion, and the extent to which the Enlightenment thinkers had a direct impact on social change. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JLenlgrelig.rtf


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