Due on Monday 4 April
Please make sure that the essay:
* Is no longer than 2250 words long (excluding references) - do not worry about being <50 words over, but after that you should try to cut down some of the material you have written before submission
*Has an argument - and answers the question
*Is analytical - don't allow yourself to write long descriptive passages
*Provides evidence (examples/illustrative material) for major assertions you make - key points made should be followed by an e.g.!
*Provides details of sources used in FOOTNOTES where applicable (i.e. no need for footnotes for basic information such as the dates of events)
I have three different history topics to choose from:
* 1989 Essay Question
On June 12, 1987, U.S. President Ronald Reagan stood in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and proclaimed: â€œMr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!â€ This speech remains an iconic moment of post-WWII history and is often cited by those who insist that American military spending and general toughness brought an end to the Cold War. Historians of Europe, however, view these events quite differently and argue that social, economic, political, and even cultural developments within the Eastern European countries were far more decisive for the collapse of communism. This debate is described in the secondary readings I have provided. Relying on these articles and your own research into the circumstances within one of the Eastern bloc countries, answer the following question:
Which factors, domestic or international, were most decisive in bringing about the collapse of communism in 1989?
*Does the battle of Stalingrad deserve the attention it receives in the historiography of the Second World War?
*In 1964, Frank Underhill, a Canadian historian and World War I veteran, suggested that "a nation is a body of people who have done great things together in the past and who expect to do great things together in the future." Given what the Canadian Corps achieved in April 1917, and how it achieved it, which best describes the Battle of Vimy Ridge - 'a great thing done by Canadians' or 'a bloody victory'?
I have sources for all three of them but you would have to find TWO or more sources for the essay in addition to those provided. Those sources should be scholarly sources - that is provide an indication of the source materials used to produce them through footnotes or endnotes. Electronic journal articles are acceptable but need to be reputable. I could suggest: [url removed, login to view]
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