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    early 1900’s can be described as a time of chaos in the world. Both World Wars and the Great Depression happened in a span of less than forty years. Anyways, the economy struggled during this time period and nobody knew the reason to why the economy was tanking, better yet, it was unknown how to stop this prolonged depression. Not until bright, young pupil out of King’s College, Cambridge would publish his ideas to stop a economic depression. Going against the theories of other economists which used the effects of sunspots or mental disorders of the economy, Keynes claimed that people saving their money results in depression and used the elevator concept to explain the business cycle and prolonged depressions. To solve the problem, he said that the government needs to take on heavy investment during times of depression to help stimulate the economy.…

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    Great War Dbq

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    There were many controversial topics throughout the world during the 20th century such as WWI, WWII, the Civil Rights movement, women’s rights, and the Vietnam War. Although this was a difficult time for most people (especially since the stock market crashed in 1929) there were a few influential people (Thurgood Marshall, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Rosa Parks) that stood out from the rest in leading the fight for equality. What sparked the uproar in the east that eventually lead…

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    The end of World War left Europe with deaths and sadness. These famines happened over a period time of four years. The question is: what were the causes of the Great War? First there was a sense of tension between the major powers in which the alliances built up their warfare. Second these countries needed a reason to use their warfare in which they got when the Archduke Francis Ferdinand the Austro-Hungarian heir and his wife were assassinated by a Serbian, Gavrilo Princip. This assassination…

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    Great War Consequences

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    The Consequences of the Great War The Great War had many effects on the world, both negative and positive. The war affected the lives of hundreds, thousands. The war had brought economic problems to Europe, as well as social problems and political consequences. It crippled empires, monarchies, and countries, but it also gave birth to new countries and governments. Overall, the Great War had numerous consequences such as, technological advancement, economic problems, political consequences, and…

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    The Great War was one the first modern wars, as well as one of the deadliest at a world scale. Seventeen million people, civilian and soldier, died as a result of the outbreak of World War I. The war also wounded twenty million people with flying lead, poisonous gases, and roaring explosives. The border of Belgium and France became a series of trenches and a desolate field known as no-man 's land. Soldiers peering over trenches were shot by snipers on the opposite side of no-man’s land. Millions…

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    History: The Great War

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    weak topics is how The Great War started. The trigger points of the war are something that is not as pinpoint. Somewhere in-between the miscommunication of this war will always scramble my knowledge. Although I’m very fascinated by the events that took place I believe that modern historians forget about this war to focus on the much more recent and traditional “good,” World War II. This paper will focus on The Great War with the effects of the counterfactual in play. Towards the end of this…

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    Great War Benefits

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    The war fought between July 28 of 1914 and November 11 of 1918 was known as “The Great War”, “The War to End All Wars” and many more. It was a 4 year war with a massive number of casualties, counting into the millions. There were two sides in this war: The Allies, consisting of France, Great Britain, Italy, Russia, and later the United States, and the Central Powers, consisting of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman-Empire. Many other small nations joined each side for their own benefits…

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    Great War Causes

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    World War I was a major event in time that historians today still look upon. Although there were multiple causes of The Great War the major causes lead to this big chaos. The main underlying causes were alliances, imperialism, and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. These main causes lead the road to the Great War that now remains in history but is still looked upon to this day. Allow this was a historical time in history a lot of other little tensions sparked this war as well. …

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    Causes Of The Great War

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    The Great War was a war of powerful nations that individually had their own aspirations and hopes to further their success and dominance in the world. In the 1870’s, Germany had annexed French territories. After much success of wars and in industrial strength, ambitions for colonial growth had arose. German wanted a navy to compete with Britain, and to be seen as a dominate nation. The British had a war of their own against the Zulu Kingdom in Africa. The growth of the British navy was essential…

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    Essay On The Great War

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    no major wars anywhere, throughout planet Earth. Many people on the planet enjoyed the new found peace and prosperity, the Leaders of the world, found better use for their wealth, that equated to trillions of dollars. A large amount of wealth that would have normally been, used for War,Guns and War Machines. The Countries of the world, now could use their wealth to feed the under privileged people, who normally would have died of starvation and diseases. This is one of the many numerous actions…

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