Published History Essays & Dissertations
A limited war by definition is a war in which the weapons used, the nations or territory involved, or the objectives pursued are restricted in some way, in particular one in which the use of nuclear weapons is avoided.
Civil Rights a topic that one automatically thinks of the Civil Rights Movement in regards to African Americans and their movement that happened in the 1960s.
Ottoman occult and supernatural are currently understudied and mostly foreign to general audiences.
This investigation considers the verdict that “both sides lost” during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, arguing that quite the opposite is true.
Written by Michael Head Writing nine months before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, magazine publisher Henry Luce penned ‘The American Century’ in Life. Within this article lay a clear…
Written by Salsabil Katalin Al-Rashed Introduction As a Hungarian, slavery is not a major part of my country’s history, but as I learned more about the institution of slavery, I…
Malak Seoudi details Germany’s strategic approach to World War 1 and World War 2, focusing on the Schlieffen Plan and the Blitzkrieg Plan to underline his rather persuasive conclusion.
In this excellent essay, Nigel Huckle argues that Catherine was disinterested in the affairs of the American Revolution, but held herself strategically to make use of the moment in her reign.
In many ways the humanity, nature, and animals encompassing Alcatraz Island’s history contribute to its impact on the global society. If Alcatraz has taught us nothing else, it is that humanity should not underestimate the mind of “The Rock.”
Written by Steven Crawford Grundy On the 7th February, 1965 President Johnson ordered the escalation of armed forces in Vietnam, thereby plunging America into a full-scale military conflict. Historical judgements…
Sierra Penberthy undertakes a fascinating analysis of the historiography surrounding Malinalli Tenepal in order to shed light on the portrayal of women throughout historical works.
In this thought provoking essay Noah Kelly argues for the removal of confederate statues and the importance of preserving history. He rightly points out that troubling historical periods should be commemorated by honouring those who fought to end it rather than those who fought to preserve it.
In this excellent essay Tommy Strade provides a harsh critique of 20th century Capitalism while debunking many of the arguments leveled at Communism.
Malak Seoudi takes a detailed look at the effectiveness of peacekeeping and peace enforcement with a special focus on Sierra Leone, Congo, and Burundi.
In this essay Nick Diaz dives into the Pro America Rally at Madison Square Garden, 1939. The author concludes that the only way to stop this movement of hate is top down, driven by the government in order to protect us all.
Written by Amelia Williams, this Thesis takes a detailed look at the Politicization of Humanitarianism and Abuse of Human Rights in Canada’s Refugee System.
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