Submit fully-developed responses to the following questions. Your response to qu

Submit fully-developed responses to the following questions. Your response to questions 1 & 2 should be at least 200 words each. Your response to question 3 should be at least 500 words in length. All responses should be a combination of solid research and personal evaluation of the data. Include references from books listed below in each response.
1. Explain why World War I is called a world war. Why did America wait too long to join the conflict? What role did the media play swaying public opinion for, or against, war? Why did World War I not prove to be, as many hoped, the “war to end all wars”?
2. American Ambassador John Hay, in writing to Theodore Roosevelt from London, called the Spanish-American War “a splendid little war.” Explain what you think Hay meant by this and how it reflected U.S. attitudes, especially in light of “Yellow Journalism.” What were the main differences between the Spanish-American War and either the Civil War or the Mexican War from an American perspective?
3. During World War I, did the Wilson administration achieve an appropriate balance between ensuring public safety and maintaining the civil liberties of Americans? How did the government treat dissenters during the conflict?
Mandatory References:
Kennedy, D. M. (2004). Over Here: The First World War and American Society. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
ISBN-13: 978-0195173994
Snow, D. M., & Drew, D. M. (2009). From Lexington to Baghdad and Beyond: War and Politics in the American Experience (3d ed.). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.
ISBN-13: 978-0765624031

There are three main treaty periods or phases. Each was very different from the

There are three main treaty periods or phases. Each was very different from the other, but illustrates a gradual progression from allied-based Peace and Friendship Treaties, to the eventual Numbered treaties which, from a government perspective, were almost totally based on land surrender and access to resources.
Treaty Period
1.    What are the principle differences between the three Treaty stages?
2.    What historical factors made the three stages different from each other?

Instructions To prepare for this assignment, you will need to search for and sel

Instructions
To prepare for this assignment, you will need to search for and select an artifact of pro- or anti-fascist propaganda (e.g., poster, film clip, radio broadcast clip, cartoon or object) from the period 1930 to 1946 using the textbook, the CSU Online Library, or another academic resource, such as a museum or library website. You may not use any of the images presented in the unit lesson.
The links below to databases in the CSU Online Library are a good place to start your search. From the landing page, use keyword combinations such as: “Propaganda and World War II” to locate sources with artifacts. For other possible resources, feel free to contact the CSU Librarians and/or your instructor.
Academic Search Ultimate
Films on Demand – Archival Films and Newsreels
JSTOR
World History (Gale in Context)
World History (Gale OneFile)
Once you have selected an artifact, you will analyze it in the context of the concepts discussed in this unit. In a scholarly paper, you must accomplish the following tasks below.
Begin with an introduction and thesis statement that is your judgment of how the propaganda artifact differs from the actual course and outcome of World War II.
Define the form of fascism reflected in your chosen artifact, 1930-1946.
Using specific examples from the period, analyze how specific aspects of the artifact reflect:
the perception of the impacts of World War I (this can include the Treaty of Versailles or WWI combatant nations), and
key figures and ideas associated with one fascist and one non-fascist party or nation.
Support your thesis statement by explaining the specific insight you gained by comparing the actual outcomes of war to how the artifact presents the goals of key figures, political ideologies, and nations in this period.
Finally, analyze how your present-day opinions of this era compare to the views of the propaganda author and if you believe the author achieved his or her purpose of influencing the roles and actions of people on a local, national, or global level.
You must include images or links to your chosen artifact in your paper.
Your paper must be at least two pages in length, not including the title or reference pages. You must use at least two sources other than your artifact to support your paper. All sources used must be properly cited. Follow APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment.

Research Paper—Civilization Comparative Analysis In this research project, you’l

Research Paper—Civilization Comparative Analysis In this research project, you’ll choose one civilization between the rise of complex societies and the age of exploration (4,000 BCE to approximately the 1400s) and one civilization from the early modern age (the late 1400s to the late 1700s). You’ll write an analysis of both civilizations’ expansion, achievements, and developments—specifically, those aspects that were impactful on the world as a whole.
Starter Resources:
Starter Resources:  Source 1: Civilization Timeline o https://www.ancient.eu/timeline/civilization/ 
Source 2: Pre-Civilization to 1500 Database o https://libguides.chaffey.edu/c.php?g=199377&p=1311486
Paper Requirements:
1) Introduction—Specify the two civilizations you’ve chosen, and include the lengths of their rule or dominance and geographic locations. Your two-to-three-page research project should address the following three topics:
2) Expansion—How did the civilizations you’ve chosen expand their empire or influence? For example, what are some of the notable conquests or alliances that expanded their respective spheres of influence?
3) Technological Achievements—What notable technological achievements or inventions were these civilizations responsible for? What impacts did they have during their respective time periods?
4) Overall Importance—Overall, how important do you think your chosen civilizations were to the world, not only during the time of their dominance but beyond then? Think about the ripple effects of their advancements or military conquests.
Citing Your Sources During Research: Whenever you use information from researching the internet, books, or documentaries, you must cite (record) your sources. There are different, special formats that researchers use to document important things such as where the information came from, who wrote the original information, and when the information was written.

this is my final paper it is due at 11:15pm. Please get in by deadline. These ar

this is my final paper it is due at 11:15pm. Please get in by deadline.
These are the 2 questions to be answered.
must be 600 words each.
1. Discuss the causes of the Great Depression. What were some of the difficulties facing the U.S. or other European countries to get out of the depression?
2. Discuss the main policy innovations implemented as a response to the Great Depression in the 1930s and 1940s.

How did Nationalism and Romanticism impact art, literature, music, and culture—o

How did Nationalism and Romanticism impact art, literature, music, and culture—or did it not? Include specific examples, artists, and pieces of art/compositions to support your contention. Describe how compositions sound, what images and colors are presented in visual arts, and literary themes and messages that link back to Romanticism and Nationalism
You must include no less than (3) academic sources including but not limited to secondary books, journals, diaries, letters, manuscripts, or websites.

Consequences of the Industrial Revolution ​-What were some of the consequences o

Consequences of the Industrial Revolution
​-What were some of the consequences of the Industrial Revolution, i.e. pollution, disease, loss of cottage industries, etc.  Be sure to back up any personal statements with your text.
You must include no less than (3) academic sources including but not limited to secondary books, journals, diaries, letters, manuscripts, or websites.

Book: A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation

Book:
A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East by David Fromkin
Read the entire book and then write a book report on it:
The entire first page needs to be a summary of the book
This book report needs to help the reader understand what this book is all about. You need to talk about the main ideas and the events happening at the time. Pretend the reader has never read the book and is learning everything they need to know from your book report. Structure this essay however you want, just make sure to give every detail about the reading.
NO BIBLIOGRAPHY IS NEEDED. JUST WRITE THE ESSAY

Book: A Line in the Sand (2012) by James Barr Read the entire book and then writ

Book: A Line in the Sand (2012) by James Barr
Read the entire book and then write a book report on it: The entire first page needs to be a summary of the book This book report needs to help the reader understand what this book is all about. You need to talk about the main ideas and the events happening at the time. Pretend the reader has never read the book and is learning everything they need to know from your book report. Structure this essay however you want, just make sure to give every detail about the reading.
NO BIBLIOGRAPHY IS NEEDED. JUST WRITE THE ESSAY