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The Haunted Wood
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A 10 page book review of Allen Weinstein and Alexander Vassiliev’s book, “The Haunted Wood: Soviet Espionage in America--the Stalin Era.” This book details many different incidents and individuals who played an important part in espionage during the first half of this century. Mush of what we have known, or heard about, up until now, has largely involved vague references and undocumented events. In this book the authors, one a Russian, gained access to valuable information that enlightens the reader to many of these vague references that were actually realities in the battle between the United States and the Soviet Union. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAwood.wps

The Pros & Cons Of Joseph Stalin's Industrialization
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Stalin, knowing relatively little about human nature, other than Marx's treatise that 'human beings could be molded to serve the state,' created a vision of massive industrialization based on the 'scientific man.' In this 6 page research paper, the writer discusses both the positive and negative effects of Stalin's industrialization in Russia. A number of statistical and sociopolitical examples from 20th century Russian history are provided to better-illustrate points made. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Stalin.doc

American Cultural Imperialism In The Post Cold War Era
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A 5 page research paper that examines current thinking regarding the ways in which Western style consumerism has become the hallmark of globalization. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: USculit.doc

The End of the Cold War
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This 3 page report discusses some of the numerous events and a significant array of policies ultimately brought about the end of the Cold War. From events as monumental as the destruction of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the Soviet Union to other far less spectacular events. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: BWcwrend.wps

Did Stalin Follow Lenin?
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A 9 page paper focusing on the policies and practices of Lenin and Stalin. The writer details the ideology of Vladimir Lenin and analyzes whether Stalin swayed from Bolshevik philosophy. Bibliography lists nine sources.
Filename: Bolshevi.wps

Confrontation in European History
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A 5 page paper discussing several of the most dramatic moments in European history in regards to military involvement and revolution. The books used in this examination are “The Challenge of The West,” by Lynn Hunt, “Nineteenth-Century Europe,” by Jan Goldstein and John Boyer eds., “Death's Men,” by Denis Winter, and “Maus II,” by Art Speigelman. Events discussed include the Paris Commune, the Bolshevik Revolution, WWI, WWII, and the Cold War. In relationship to the driving force of European politics, as discussed, the decisive forces between 1848 and 1989 appear to be both socialism and nationalism, depending upon the particular event and time period. No additional sources cited.
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Nicholas II and the February Revolution
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A 16 page paper that describes the history and persepectives around the February Revolution that led to the abdication of Nicholas II. This paper considers the impact of the two major political groups of the time, the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks during the First World War, and the reflections of their membership on the leadership of Nicholas. This paper also recognizes Nicholas' relationships with his advisors and their perceptions on the insurrection that caused his necessary abdication. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Nicholas.wps

Women's Movement Of 1919 Russia / Conflicting Views
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An 11 page paper that provides an overview of the elements leading to considerable opposition in the Russian Women's movement of 1919, essentially dividing the women of Russian. This paper argues that the fundamental premises of both Feminist and Bolshevik groups pitted women against women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Russwf.wps

“Appeasement policies”
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A paper which looks at the policy of appeasement which was adopted by Neville Chamberlain in his negotiations with Hitler prior to the outbreak of the Second World War. The paper considers the underlying motivations of both politicians, particularly in reference to such factors as the effect which the Treaty of Versailles had had on the restructuring of Germany, the importance of the annexation of Austria and the invasion of Poland, and the part that British anti-communism played in the way that Chamberlain perceived Hitler’s potential to attack the USSR.
Filename: JLapp.wps

“Hitler and Stalin”
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A paper which looks at the similarities and differences between the regimes in Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia, in terms of repression, elitism, the use of propaganda and the way in which both were headed by charismatic leaders .
Filename: JLhitlerstalin.wps


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