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The Irish Potato Famine
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This 9 page historiography examines the period through various books and an article. Causes of the famine are discussed but the paper concludes that poverty played a significant role in the events of the day. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA541Ire.rtf

The Jewish Response to Nazism in the Weimar, Nazi Germany and Nazi-Occupied Europe
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This is a 12 page paper discussing the Jewish response to Nazism from the 1920s to early 1940s in Germany and Europe. From the time after the First World War and the German defeat until the end of the Second World War and the defeat of the Nazis, the Jewish response to Nazism changed in intensity in accordance with the increasing persecution of the Jews by the Nazis and in perspective through political and economic means and eventually through armed and spiritual resistance. Politically, the Jews were well represented within the Weimar Republic which was the established form of governance after World War I. The Nazi Party used the poor Germany economy and the Jewish membership in the Weimar in their opposition and push against the Republic. Throughout the 1920s, the Nazi opposition against the Weimar and the Nazi open declaration to remove the Jews from Germany led many Jews to leave Germany for other parts of Europe, Britain and North America. When the Weimar ended in 1933 and Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party had gained the political power in Germany, the Jewish business community on a national and an international basis devised an economic boycott of Germany with the hopes of ending the Hitler regime. This however only resulted in the Nazi’s further restrictions against the Jews and their transfer from their homes into Jewish ghettos throughout Germany and in Nazi-occupied Europe. Even within these ghettos, Jews responded with increasing armed and spiritual resistance which further intensified with the Nazi transfer of the Jews into the concentration and extermination camps as part of the process of Hitler’s “final solution”. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TJJewsN1.rtf

The Jihad And Its Impact On The Crusades
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10 pages in length. Had it not been for Saladin's courage and unwavering perseverance, Egypt would never have been recognized as a major power of the Middle East. The death of Zangid ruler Nur Al-Din cleared the way for Saladin's takeover of Syria's Zangid kingdom just prior to the Jihad, or holy war, that he waged against the Crusaders. A staunch opponent of the Crusades, Saladin made it his life's mission to crush the movement and restore people with peace and prosperity. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCcrusa.wps

The Journals of Captain Cook
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This 5 page paper looks at the journals Cook and how they record his three voyages. The paper looks at the voyage to Tahiti in detail, going on to the second and third voyage and his death in Hawaii, which is recorded by other members of the crew. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEcookjn.wps

The Justification for Colonisation by the British Empire
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This 8 page paper examines the beliefs British migrants that allowed them to feel they were entitled to colonise the lands of other peoples. The paper focuses on New Zealand and the migration that began in 1840. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEcolnis.rtf

The Kokoda Campaign of World War II
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A paper which looks at the importance of the Kokoda campaign in Papua New Guinea in 1942, with specific reference to the role of the Australian militia. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JLkakod.rtf

The Lamps Are Going Out…
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A 3 page paper which interprets Grey’s 1914 statement “The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.” Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAlmpout.rtf

The Land Problem and the Collapse of the Roman Republic
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This 8 page paper traces the problems that developed as the Empire expanded, specifically in regard to land, and argues that these difficulties led to civil war, and to a government so corrupt that it brought about the collapse of the Republic. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVRomRep.rtf

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