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Risorgimento; Italy Between 1815 - 1832
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This 16 page paper examines the early Risorgimento period in Italy following the Congress of Vienna, looking at the influence of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic period and the way in which restoration took place in terms of political and social influences and outcomes. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEItalyreg.rtf

Rivalries Which Caused WWI
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A 5 page paper which analyzes the rivalries which essentially led to the star of WWI. The countries discussed are Germany, France, Russia, and Austria Hungary. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAwwirival.wps

Robert D. Kaplan’s “Balkan Ghosts: A Journey Through History”
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A 5 page book report on Kaplan’s 1993 book, based on his decade-long experiences in the region as a journalist. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGbalkan.rtf

Robert Graves' "Goodbye To All That": Chapter 18
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5 pages in length. Robert Graves' extreme humanitarianism and devotion to the written word is significantly apparent within the literary boundaries of Goodbye To All That, a classic autobiography that records both the end of his own innocence and the decline of the chivalrous code of his class in post-war England. Not only does the reader assume the fact that the author is wholly attentive to his craft, but he also is privy to the notion that Graves only writes about things that are close to his heart. Expounding upon his experiences during World War I, Graves interweaves elements of a personal and political nature as a means by which to illustrate the atrocities of war. Chapter 18, which establishes the major points between World War 1 and the relationship to European Society, allows the reader to gain a significantly better understanding of what Graves' account sets out to convey. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCgdbye.wps

Role of Paul in Early Church/Early Russian History
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A 3 page research paper that first gives a 1 paragraph description of the role of Paul in the early Christian Church. The remainder of the paper examines the Russian Primary Chronicle, an early twelfth century document, and can be deduced about early Russian society based on this medieval account. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khrus.rtf

Role Of The Military In Peacekeeping
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A 14 page paper. The United Nations invented the concept and practice of peacekeeping as a response to the political realities of the Cold War. The Charter does not specifically cover peacekeeping operations, therefore, the UN Security Council adopted principles for these kinds of activities, one of which is not to use force except for self-defense. This essay discusses the UN's role in peacekeeping and the principles of these operations. Also discussed is the NATO Allied forces and their activities. The writer discusses the evolution of peacekeeping missions as the Cold War ended. Peacekeeping operations have become far more complex in the last decade. Humanitarian crises have become more intense as well as more frequent. The role of the military and the need for the military in these kinds of missions is explained. Examples are included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PGpckp.rtf

Role of Women /Babylon to Reformation
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A 7 page research paper that offers a brief overview of the social role of women during these centuries. The writer discusses the role of women in antiquity, but concentrates on the social changes of the Middle Ages. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khwomrol.rtf

Roman History To The Fall of the Republic
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A 3 page research paper that outlines briefly the culture of the Rome and the reasons behind the fall of the Roman republic. In ancient history, the power of Rome seemed eternal. This perception suggests questions as to what gave Rome her strength and also what caused that strength to decline. Looking at the crucial cultural significance of the family, and also how religion and Rome's military affected Roman society suggests answers to these questions and to what conditions marked the beginning of Rome's long decline as it transitioned from the republic to imperial Rome. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khromrep.rtf

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