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Letter to a loved one

It’s cold. So cold it -- it goes deep into your bones, but there is one place I can go to find warmth and that is to think of you....

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x-aimee-kate-x Published on 05/20/2005 1405 Reads World War I

Critique of the historical debate on the Versailles Treaty

The treaty of Versailles that closed the First World War was set up as a way to ensure peace. It was hoped that the treaty wou...

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sarahryan70 Published on 05/01/2005 1978 Reads World War I

To what extent did the Versailles Treaty contribute to the crisis faced by the Weimar Government?

The Versailles Peace Treaty, signed by Germany in 1919, can only be partially held responsible for the crisis faced by the...

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strokesroc Published on 11/15/2004 1940 Reads World War I

The Battle of the Somme

The Battle of the Somme started in 1916 following the battle at Ypres in 1915. After it went on over a long period of ...

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Dan*elle Published on 10/26/2004 1718 Reads World War I

Why was Germany defeated in 1918 rather than 1916

There are several reasons why Germany was defeated in 1918 rather than 1916. By 1916, a stalemate had developed along the weste...

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yogaman Published on 03/21/2004 1512 Reads World War I

Why Germany was defeated in 1918 rather than 1916 (Somme)

There are several reasons why Germany was defeated in 1918 rather than 1916. By 1916, a stalemate had developed along the w...

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yogaman Published on 03/03/2004 1148 Reads World War I

Personal Response to "Disabled" by Wilfred Owen

The image of a “wheeled chair” implies that he is disabled and probably dependent on others. Legless, sewn short at elbow” further...

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lightseeker Published on 02/19/2004 2690 Reads World War I

WW1

Introduction: Then I heard an excited exclamation from a group of sisters behind me, “Look!Look! Here are the Americans!” This wa...

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only1star Published on 11/28/2002 1822 Reads World War I

Australian and American female nurses in the armed forces

To what extent were Australian and American female nurses treated as professionals in the armed forces? “We have made partners ...

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lilmisslaura Published on 10/27/2002 1583 Reads World War I

Causes of WW1

I think that the First World War was the product of long-standing rivalries rather than a badly mismanaged Balkan Crisis because i...

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trexie Published on 10/19/2002 1966 Reads World War I

The Humane Work of Nurses & Voluntary Aid Detachments during WW1

The dictionary describes the word “ humane “ as … “…humane adj. Kind, compassionate, merciful.” and this was indeed so in the...

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Daryl Chambers Published on 05/04/2002 1701 Reads World War I

How did the War change attitudes about how big a part a government should play in people's lives?

“War” declared Trotsky, “is the locomotive of history” (Bourne, 1989,p. 191) When considering the attitude of the people toward...

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Daryl Chambers Published on 03/04/2002 1426 Reads World War I

The Treaty of Versailles

Despite Woodrow Wilson’s plan for peace near the end of World War I, he failed to gain Congressional support for the Treaty of Ver...

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christina_cloud9 Published on 03/03/2002 1933 Reads World War I

Great War - changes in people's attitudes about government

How far did the Great War change people's attitudes about how big a part a government should play in peoples's lives? “War” decla...

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Daryl Chambers Published on 12/10/2001 1643 Reads World War I

Causes of World War One

World War One or ‘The Great War’ as it became known, occurred due to many causes, some of which still remain unexposed today. The ...

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philly Published on 09/07/2001 1332 Reads World War I

Cause of WWI - European Alliances

The main cause of WWI was the European alliances. To what extent do you agree with this statement Before 1914 the five Great Po...

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jester_828 Published on 05/29/2001 1906 Reads World War I

Long and Short Term Causes of WWI

There were several long-term events that led to the outbreak of World War One. The most prominent factors include: nationalism, mi...

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notrealytrilian Published on 05/13/2001 2261 Reads World War I

Wilson's 14 Points vs. the Treaty of Versailles

When the peace processes were to start after the finishing of World War One, there were four people who were major components in t...

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notrealytrilian Published on 05/13/2001 2012 Reads World War I

Was the Alliance System Responsible for the Outbreak of WWI?

The importance of the alliance system that developed in Europe in the decades before World War I as a cause for it is still an imp...

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ivoryraven29 Published on 04/26/2001 1725 Reads World War I

Article 231 of the treaty of versailles

Firstly, we must proceed to explain the nature of Article 231 in order to be able to analyse its judgement about Germany’s respons...

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ivoryraven29 Published on 04/26/2001 1442 Reads World War I

The Assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand : Trigger for War

Bosnia and Herzegovina were provinces just south of Austria, which had, until 1878, been governed by the Turks. The Treaty of Berl...

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Papa_Chulo_69420 Published on 04/22/2001 1362 Reads World War I

Causes of the Great War

The impact of the First World War is still with us. In many respects the events of modern Europe are a direct result of what happe...

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IceMan Published on 04/17/2001 1375 Reads World War I

League of Nations

What were the League of Nations and the peace Treaty of World War I? The League of Nations was an alliance created to unite all...

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litlmutt Published on 04/05/2001 1223 Reads World War I

What sparked WW1, How Did it End?

World War I was a war that took place I Eastern Europe during the years of 1914- 1918. This war involved the countries of Austria-...

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litlmutt Published on 04/05/2001 1728 Reads World War I

The Effects of World War One on Canada’s People

When Britain called on Canada to help in World War One, Canadians dutifully volunteered. Many Canadians thought that this would be...

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frolix Published on 04/27/2000 1669 Reads World War I

The End of World War I

As the news of the individual surrender spread, fellow Germans saw that they were losing the war and started mutinies. Many people...

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Ybmp Published on 02/17/2000 1520 Reads World War I

How Nationalism in the Balkans Contributed to the Outbeak of WW1

Nationalism in the Balkans helped contribute to the outbreak of WWI. Beginning in the late 19th century, the social unrest in the ...

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Admin Published on 03/31/1999 1495 Reads World War I

The Causes and Effects of World War I

World War I was a military conflict from 1914 to 1918. It began as a local European war between Austria - Hungary and Serbia on Ju...

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Admin Published on 01/22/1999 1670 Reads World War I

The Versailles Treaty

In the peace settlement Germany was forced to accept sole responsibility for causing World War I. This was a totally justifiable d...

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Admin Published on 01/22/1999 1242 Reads World War I

Veering Point

What were the causes and effects of World War I? The answer to this seemingly simple question is not elementary. There was more to...

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Admin Published on 01/22/1999 1294 Reads World War I