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    There is no doubt that World War II was an event that shaped history forever. India had divided with the Britain's propaganda during this time. India used natural resources to contribute in a significant way. The goal is to reflect how Noor Inayat Khan utilized her skillset to help decode for the military insurgents on the battlefield and why was this needed and what happened as a result. During this time, the India people were met with many forms of exploitation amongst them. The Indian language was also used as a form of oppression. The British Empire took advantage of India and caused harm to their resources by utilizing their military, their social status, and their cultural heritage. Although there are many ways that India contribute to World War II, my goal is to highlight what ways they contribute by using their natural resources outside the very element of their soldiers fighting the war. I will show to how economics, technology, decoding maneuvers and labor forces had an impact on Indian troops during this war. There was also focal point that pointed out the role President Roosevelt played during the war that contribute negatively to India.

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    The objective of the research paper is to gain a broad understanding of various reasons that countries found themselves participating in WWII, identify the costs that governments & populations paid due to war, analyze how borders changed as a result of the war, and/or identify the benefits that countries reaped. By researching the influences of WWII on, and within, one country students will better-understand how WWII enveloped and affected the entire world.

    The final draft of the Term Paper will be the product of the research students conducted throughout the first half of the course (weeks 2-5).

    The final draft of the 5-7 page Term Paper will include a cover page and a bibliography, be double-spaced, with one-inch margins, be in 12-point Times New Roman font, be written in the past-tense and in the third-person, and be formatted using The Chicago Manual of Style for Humanities Notes/Bibliography style (no exceptions). Footnotes and a bibliography are requirements of the Humanities version of CMS, do not use the CMS Scientific methods of citing (author and date in parenthesis within the text), nor endnotes. Do not include an abstract nor bibliographic annotations in your final draft. The cover page and bibliography will not count towards the 5-7 page requirement. Do not include an abstract nor an annotated bibliography with the essay.

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    https://academic.oup.com/dh/article-abstract/34/2/275/432053
    https://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/world-war-two/world-war-two-in-western-europe/britains-home-front-in-world-war-two/womens-auxiliary-air-force/
    https://www.livemint.com/mint-lounge/features/hunger-starvation-and-indian-soldiers-in-world-war-ii-11573191681653.htmlhttps://www.livemint.com/mint-lounge/features/hunger-starvation-and-indian-soldiers-in-world-war-ii-11573191681653.html
    https://swarajyamag.com/magazine/how-india-bailed-out-the-west-in-world-war-ii
    how Noor Inayat Khan utilized her skillset to help decode for the military insurgents on the battlefield and why was this needed and what happened as a result. using their natural resources outside the very element of their soldiers fighting the war. I will show to how economics, technology, decoding maneuvers and labor forces had an impact on Indian troops during this war.

    In reference to Noor Inayat Khan, she utilized her skillset to join the Women's Auxiliary Air Force to work as a wireless operate wherein she was able to use Morse code work efficiently as an operator to serve as the eyes of Fighter Command while the Command plotted movements of enemy aircraft incoming from Luftwaffe aircraft. Khan worked on barrage balloon sites wherein these sites were able to confuse Luftwaffe bombers by making them fly higher than their intended objectives, which heavily impacted the accuracy of the enemy's bombing campaigns ...

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