Discuss the events and implications of the "liberation of the Nazi camps" after the Holocaust? Include dates, camp names, main events, countries involved, etc.
In 1775 which side would a neutral observer have expected to win Britain or the colonies? Why?
What commercial, religious, and nationalistic incentives drove Europeans to embark on the hazardous course of establishing overseas colonies? What happened to both the Europeans and the Inndians when their worlds collided after 1492? In what ways were b oth societies changed?
Were the Salem Witch Trials a peculiar, aberrant moment in an age of superstition, or did they reflect common human psychological and social anxieties that could appear in any age? How harshly should those who prosecuted the "witches" be condemned?
Why did the sourthern colonies develop an economic and social system based on large-scale plantaiton agriculture? What were the causes and effects of the Great Awakening? How did such an intense religious revival affect those who experienced conversion as well as those who did not? How democratic as colonial American socie
Why was the French Empire ultimately so much less successful than either the Spanish or the British? Why did the northern colonies develop a very different social and economic system based on small-scale farming and business?
What was the Revolutionary movement really all about and the amount of taxation? The right of government to tax? The political corruption of Britain and the virtue of America? The right of a king to govern America? The colonies' growing sense of national identity apart from Britian?
Neither the beloved gold standard nor the splendid little Spanish-American War did anything to cure America of its real ills".
In what ways did blacks and whites respond to the end of slavery? What changes in race relations occurred as a result of emancipation?
Explain how WWII has shaped American history.
I need a clear response to this problem having the following three issues to consider: 1. The ideas and people that constituted the Progressive movement. 2. The ideas and people that drove the American Imperialism or opposed it. The most important: 3. Specific instances of American imperialist ventures and their outcomes
What are the most salient events leading up to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln?
Why did the republican controlled North win the Civil war and why did the republican controlled North lose the Reconstruction? I need to write a three page paper. Looking for help with establishing an arguement and supporting it with facts.
What are the most significant events of the American Revolution? Include the events leading up to the American Revolution as well (1775-1785) and the dates in your discussion.
I need information to address this question (articles, links, etc.). Thank you. 1. What was the "New Deal" and how did it influence United States?
What are the two main reasons why English migrants came to America?
1. Describe the four colonies established in North America beginning in 1519 AD? (i.e., invasions, settlement characteristics, economy, etc.) Please provide information to address this question (e.g. links, articles, etc.). Thank you.
What did main events did Samuel Adams have to do with prior to, during, and after the American Revolution
I read a book by William Fowler, "Samuel Adams: Radical Puritan," I am supposed to write about how William Fowler used Samuel Adams to identify a number of themes prior to, during and after the American Revolution. I also need to know what those themes and and concepts considered, what the generalizations about the American Colo
How did the American Society cope with Foreign and Domestic Policy from WW2 Until the End of the Cold War?
How did the "American Paradox" manifest itself in foreign policy and American Society until the end of the Cold War? The American Paradox being after World War 2, the U.S emerges as the sole world power.. While trying to maintain that role, socially and politically in foreign policy and on home soil... How did it manifest its
The break down of compromise between the North and South over the question of expansion of slavery into the territories.
Why were the politicians of the North and South able to compromise about slavery expansion in 1850 but not in 1860?
I have to pretend as I am an editor for a colonial newspaper in the 1760's and write 2 editorial accounts of ONE of the events that listed below: -Passage of Sugar Act/Stamp Act or -Passage of Tea Act or -Boston Massacre One account must be written from the point of view of the Loyalists and the other account must be writt
The reunification of Germany is one of the most remarkable political events in modern history. The division of Germany was at the heart of the Cold War and a reunified Germany was in many ways a threat to the post-war status quo - both European and Global. What was US policy during this crucial time? Was it perhaps the finest
What two early movements played a significant role in Abolitionism in the United States? And how?
Provide an explanation of Alexander Hamilton's economic programs during the Early Republic.
Please explain how the Presidency at the start of the 21st century is diffferent from the Presidency at the start of the 20th century?
Please answer the following six problems in complete sentences and in paragraph forms. Also, try to make at most one paragraph for each problem (each paragraph should contain at most five-six sentences each); keep in mind that some problems are shorter that the others. In other words, just simply answer the problem directly in o
I have attached a research paper, and I am having trouble with my methodology. According to my professor the methodology and the data analysis needs to be expanded on. I must use the data in the studies cited to bring my paper together (aggregate it) and build charts,tables and graphs,in addition, to what is there. Chapter 4
An explanation as to what caused the surge of American imperialism at the turn of the 20th century. It also addresses the debate over empire building and the clash of between American idealism and self interest.
Please define the following for me: isolationism, "new" immigration, and "new" KKK.
Who owns history?