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Essay Grade: 92%
World War I
5,266 words, approx. 18 pages
This essay is on the soldier experience in World War I. It is an essay that provides much information on the key factors of World War I in a soldier's perspective.
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Essay Grade: 95%
World War I- British Homefront
4,262 words, approx. 14 pages
A detailed assessment on the different aspects of World War I that effected the British homefront.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Effects of World War I
3,563 words, approx. 12 pages
A history of World War I, with a look at its root causes, effects, and how it traumatized those who participated in it.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Stalemate on the Western Front
3,261 words, approx. 11 pages
An essay about WW1 and it's participating players.
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Essay Grade: 88%
To What Extent Did the Peace Settlement at the End of World War I Satisfy the Participants?
2,772 words, approx. 9 pages
A complete overview of the treaties that ended World War I, their conditions, and the participating countries' opinions on them show that the treaties satisfied nobody. The harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles, the most important of the treaties in the peace settlement, eventually contributed to the causes of World War II. The treaties left the defeated nations angry and the victorious nations receiving much in the way of material spoils but failing to achieve lasting peace.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Australian Participation in 20th Century Wars
2,384 words, approx. 8 pages
Brief descriptions of the role Australia played in 20th century wars, including World Wars I and II, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq.
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Essay Grade: 83%
What Were the Consequences of the First World War for the British People 1914 - 1924?
2,312 words, approx. 8 pages
The war provided many changes yo Britain, both socially, economically and politically. One such social change was the population of men declining drastically, this was of course because of the death toll as a result of the war.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Poetic Attitudes of World War I
2,164 words, approx. 7 pages
Analyzes the different styles in which war poets conveyed their attitudes toward World War I. Describes how wartime poets wanted the war to be remembered as being a disaster, not a great game as British propaganda made out, so such a thing would not happen again.
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Essay Grade: 88%
To What Extent Was Germany Responsible for the First World War?
2,152 words, approx. 7 pages
Discusses the extent to which Germany was responsible for starting World War I. Keywords: Kaiser Wilhelm, Austria, Hungary, first world war, Weltpolitik, Austria-Hungary
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Essay Grade: 88%
World War I Warfare
1,867 words, approx. 6 pages
World War I was a period of revolution in weapons, when man produced even more sophisticated technology for the sole purpose of killing. New tactics in fighting were thought up and absorbed, and war obtained a completely different way of being approached.
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Essay Grade: 83%
The First World War Caused the Feb/March Revolution
1,690 words, approx. 6 pages
This essay discusses the reasons why the first world war was to a greater extent the cause of the Feb/March revoultion.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Causes of the First World War
1,572 words, approx. 5 pages
Explores the history of World War I. Discusses various theories as to what started the war. Questions if the diplomatic decisions made by European leaders in crucial events subsequent to the death of Franz Ferdinand initiated the Great War.
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Essay Grade: 92%
World War I Journal Entry
1,408 words, approx. 5 pages
It is a journal entry as written by a nurse during World War I.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Conscription in Australia WW I
1,385 words, approx. 5 pages
During World War One Australia was generally united in its hatred of the Germans, but it was divided in certain other respects, especially over the issue of conscription.
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Essay Grade: 92%
World War I - An Imbalance of Power
1,350 words, approx. 5 pages
Describes the causes of WWI, based on the Barbara Touchman book "The Guns of August." Focuses on the anarchy of the international system. Argues that the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand was only an efficient factor of the war.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Why Did the Central Powers Lose the First World War?
1,326 words, approx. 4 pages
The following is my account of reasons of why the Central Powers lost World War I.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Treaties Signed after World War I
1,281 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay discusses the treaties signed after World War I.
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Essay Grade: 75%
World War One Sources
1,177 words, approx. 4 pages
World War I sources about what women went through during the war.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Outbreak of the First World War
1,158 words, approx. 4 pages
Factors such as aggressive nationalism, imperialism, and an arms race contributed to strong feelings of tension, fear, and distrust among the powers of Europe. Because of this development, World War I could not have been avoided.
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Essay Grade: 90%
Influence of World War I in the Advancement of Medicine
1,129 words, approx. 4 pages
Influence of World War I in the Advancement of Medicine
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Essay Grade: 81%
Must Germany Bear Ultimate Responsibility for the Outbreak of the First World War?
1,120 words, approx. 4 pages
Many historians contend that Germany must bear the ultimate responsibility for the outbreak of World War I. Factors such as Germany's desire to become a world power through its pursuit of an aggressive "Weltpolitik" foreign policy, as well as its desire for war in order to expand its geographical influence in Europe, support this argument. However, other causes of the war weaken this argument; these include as the alliance system in Europe during this period and domestic factors in European nations in the context of virulent nationalism.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Impact of the Usa's Entry Into WWI
1,106 words, approx. 4 pages
Analysis of the impact of the USA's entry into WWI both in influencing the eventual outcome of the war on the Western Front and the nature of the Peace Settlements.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Inevitability of World War I
1,086 words, approx. 4 pages
Debates if the outbreak of the first world war was unavoidable. Considers if it was just a series of coincidences that resulted in World War I.
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Essay Grade: 88%
World War I
1,060 words, approx. 4 pages
Examines six causes of World War I, National rivalry, alliances, an arms race, imperialism and the trigger that sparked the war- the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
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Essay Grade: 88%
In the Trenches: The Life of a Soldier During World War I
966 words, approx. 3 pages
Describes living conditions of World War I soldiers. Examines the stress and psychological strain, the food, weather and diseases faced by soldiers in the trenches.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Effects of World War One
917 words, approx. 3 pages
Gives a history of the factors leading to World War II. Examines the impact the war had on the world. Details how the world changed after the war.
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Essay Grade: 88%
World War I and the War With Iraq
898 words, approx. 3 pages
There were as many differences as similarities of World War I and United States' war with Iraq. Although there were many similarities to the causes as well as events of both the wars, the outcomes differed greatly.
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Essay Grade: 86%
World War I
852 words, approx. 3 pages
Discusses the history of World War I. Describes the economic, social and cultural impact of the war. Analyzes the war's lasting effects on participating nations.
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Essay Grade: 75%
World War 1
821 words, approx. 3 pages
World War 1 was a horrendous thing to happen and there are many different views on the war by different people, the fathers and the people who didn't go to war viewed it as a courageous thing to do and they thought that the soldiers were honouring there country by doing it.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Why Did the British & French Fail to Defeat the Germans in 1917 ?
815 words, approx. 3 pages
Explains why the British and French were unable to defeat the Germans in 1917 during World War I.
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Essay Grade: 93%
The Impact of the Great War on the British Homefront
811 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay is about the impact that WWI had on the British homefront from 1914-1918. It includes information on the impact on women.
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Essay Grade: 92%
U.S. Enters the World War I
686 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay provides reasons why the U.S. entered World War I.
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Essay Grade: 75%
New Weapons of World War I
667 words, approx. 2 pages
World War I brought technological developments that transformed combat forever. The machine gun, the flamethrower, and the tank were three such technologial developments that came forth during this conflict.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Famous Spie and Fighter Aces
630 words, approx. 2 pages
In World War I, there were many new improvements of warfare like the expanded use of spies and the new arrival of fighter pilots. In the First World War, spies came from all professions, from travel guides, to sales people, and performers.
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Essay Grade: 75%
Why Did America Join World War I?
576 words, approx. 2 pages
Examines four primary reasons that America entered into World War I: unrestricted U boat warfare, the Zimmerman Note, American business interests, and German dictatorship. The Zimmerman note played the most important role.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Why Did America Join World War I?
573 words, approx. 2 pages
America did not join World War I until 1917, taking the isolationist view that the war was a European problem that did not need American intervention. However, four factors eventually drew America into the war: The threat to American lives posed by increased German U-Boat activity; the offer of German arms and assistance to Mexico contained in the Zimmerman note; the level of American business interests in the Allied nations; and the belief that the Kaiser's dictatorship oppressed the German people.
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Essay Grade: 86%
How World War I Affected Canada
529 words, approx. 2 pages
Explores Canada's role in World War I. Examines the effect of the war on Canada. Describes the enactment of the War Measures Act and the Wartime Election Act, Conscription with the Military Service Bill and changes to the economy.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Women During War Made a Difference for Women Today
526 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay shows how the women of World War I changed the lives of other women today.
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Essay Grade: 88%
World War I German Naval Policies
477 words, approx. 2 pages
By practicing unrestricted submarine warfare during World War I, Germany intended to blockade Great Britain and compensate for the British superiority of surface vessels. In the process, Germany violated the neutral United States' right to freedom of the seas, and the policy led to the taking of American lives and the sinking of American merchant ships at the hands of the German U-boats. These developments eventually forced the United States to enter the war against Germany.
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Essay Grade: 83%
World War I
455 words, approx. 2 pages
On Sunday June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, Princip, a member of the terrorist group called the Black Hand, shot Archduke Francis Ferdinand. It is said that this event was the immediate cause of World War I. However the cause of World War I cannot be credited to any single action of any one nation. The events that led to World War I were imperialism, militarism, and alliances.
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Essay Grade: 78%
The Aftermath of World War 1
422 words, approx. 1 pages
Some long-term effects included the economic debt Germany would have to pay off for many years to come as well as the U.S. and Japan rising to power. Fascism also arose due to the war, which was an ideology that fully opposed communism.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Impact of Austria-Hungary on World War I
368 words, approx. 1 pages
Discusses how Austria-Hungary's radical political position involving Serbia was a leading cause of the Great War, which was later known as World War I.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Why Did the United States Enter World War I?
346 words, approx. 1 pages
A short overview of events that led to U.S. entry into World War I. Ensuring payment from the debt the Allies had built up with the U.S. and ensuring safety of U.S. shipping were two reasons for the U.S. entering the war.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Why the United States. Entered World War I
305 words, approx. 1 pages
The sinking of the Lusitania, Germany disobeying the Sussex Pledge, the Zimmermann Telegram, and patriotism to "fight the war to end all wars," the United States left behind its neutrality and join the Allies in World War I against Germany and the Central Powers.
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Essay Grade: 86%
How Women's Lives Changed During World War I
269 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay about the type of work women did to help the war effort, the various dangers they faced and the rights they gained as a result of performing these services during World War I.

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