Compare and Contrast the reasons for German involvement in the First and Second World Wars.
The First and Second World Wars were conducted on the basis of alliances of countries
all over the world. Despite this fact, a majority o
For what reasons and to what extent did the Yalta Conference of February 1945 contribute to the
origins of the Cold War?
At the end of the European front of World War II, there were several issues that needed to
be discussed by the major
To what extent was Truman successful in his domestic policies as president of the US (19461953)?
Truman, a New Deal Democrat inherited the end of the world war from his
predecessor. When this event in international was over, Truman tu
Reign of Terror:
Robespierre stays very stoic during the whole interaction.
Reporter: And now, we have Monsieur Maximilien de Robespierre to explain his recent actions
in regards to blood bath that he has been causing in France.
Robespierre (obnoxious Fre
The Battle of Stalingrad
In World War II, there was a great battle; one that marked a turning point for the Allies.
This was the battle of Stalingrad. The battle was bloody, and there were nearly two million
casualties. Despite this,
Assess the economic effects of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
The Spanish Civil War basically prevented the country from participating in the Second
World War. This is primarily due to the terrible economic situation that Sp
In what ways and with what success did Juan Peron deal with internal opposition?
Juan Peron was a well loved figure in Argentina. For the most part, people supported him, and
his government, but like any leader or government, there is
Discuss the part played in the outbreak of the First World War by two states ( - Germany)
In the First World War, many countries were involved due to the alliances of the time.
This is why a few small countries in Europe help
To what extent did technological developments ensure victory in WWII?
In the Second World War there were many technological developments. The technology
developed in WWII had a great impact on the victories that both sides expe
To what extent did the peace settlements after the First World War (a) deal with the issues which
had caused the war and (b) produce future problems hindering the peace?
At the end of the First World War, there were many Euro
Compare the womens suffrage movements of the U.S. and Great Britain for their effectiveness in
gaining the right to vote.
The fight for womens suffrage was a big issue in both the United States and Great
Britain in the 20th ce
Analyze the reasons for the United States involvement in Vietnam between 1953 and 1968
The Vietnam War was essentially a civil war between the communist North Vietnamese
government and the more democratic South Vietnamese gover
The effects of Pro-Democracy movements in Eastern Europe on the fall of the
A History Internal Assessment
For International Baccalaureate World History HL
Candidate Name: Alisa Scott
Session Number: 001395-134
Hillcrest High School
Foreign Policy from 1917 to Present
The Zimmermann Telegram* is intercepted by the British; It was from Germany to
Mexico saying that if the Mexicans joined them against America then they would return
their lost land from the Spa
Women in Colonial Times
Women were not seen in Jamestown* until 1609
Maryland had some women, as did the Plymouth Plantation*
Anne Hutchinson* was a woman in Massachusetts who claimed that Puritan clergymen
Partner: Andrea Evans
Political History from 1876 to Present
Election of 1876*:
Republican: Rutherford B. Hayes
Democrat: Samuel J. Tilden
Election produced Tilden victory
Disputed votes from Louisiana, South Carolina, Florida, and
Examine the reasons for, and impact of, the Harlem Renaissance.
The Harlem Renaissance was a movement that spanned the 1920s and moved into the
1930s. During the time it was called the New Negro Movement. The movement came only a