HHS 124 Summer II 2010 Final Exam (1)

HHS 124 Summer II 2010 Final Exam (1) - total for this exam...

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Stevens Institute of Technology HHS 124 Summer II 2010 Dr. Digrius Take-Home Final Exam This exam is a take-home final exam. You will have until August 20, 2010 at 4 pm to turn in this exam. A box will be placed outside my office door, Morton 328 for you to deposit your exam. Please make sure your exam has the following: Cover sheet, TNR 12-pt font, double-spaced, page numbers, staple, bibliography, question, answer. Your exam should look like this: 1. Question Answer 2. Question Answer Each answer should be approximately 1.5 to 2 pages minimum , double-spaced. One-paragraph answers will not be accepted. You can use any and all of the sources we have consulted during the semester. Please do not use outside sources. Make sure you cite properly, using either MLA or Chicago style. Also, do not only use the textbook (Merriman) to cite examples, as the primary sources assigned are best utilized to illustrate your argument by example. Each question is worth 20 points, for a total of 100 points
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Unformatted text preview: total for this exam. 1. World War I was supposed to be the “war to end all wars.” Why was this not the case? 2. Appeasement was a strategy that did not work to keep the peace in Europe. Describe how giving Germany the Sudetenland led to further conquests. 3. The Truman Doctrine outlines the post-WWII situation and is seen as the beginning of the Cold War. Why? 4. A bi-polar world emerged out of the ashes of World War II. How did the United States and the Soviet Union become such enemies? How did this antagonistic relationship affect Europe? 5. One of the goals of learning about the past is to understand the present and the future. How, by examining European history from 1800 to the present, has the current world situation become clearer for you? Choose one current political, social or economic situation and connect the present to the historical past in Europe. Deadline for submission by hard copy ONLY is August 20, 2010. No exceptions....
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