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Below are the learning resources and the assignment. I think a good choice would be
"the Treaty of Versailles" as this can be taken off the internet. Only need 2-3 paragraphs in the requested format.

Learning Resources

Readings

  • Course Text: The Twentieth Century and Beyond: A Global History

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    • Part II, "Time Chart II, 1918–1945" (pp. 122–123)

      This chart highlights events around the globe, as well as trends in culture, science, and technology.
    • Chapter 9, "General Trends in the Interwar Years" (pp. 124–137)

      This chapter describes the interwar years and the continuance of prewar trends in nationalism, imperialism, political diversity, economic disparity, and social and cultural upheaval.
    • Chapter 11, "Postwar Settlements and Europe in the 1920s" (pp. 154–171)

      This chapter focuses on the settlements dictated by World War I's victorious powers and highlights the great many changes and challenges that amassed throughout the 1920s.
  • Articles

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    • .waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201530_03/BS_GNED/HIST_2005/Week%205/Resources/Resources/embedded/The_Treaty_of_Versailles.pdf">The Versailles Treaty of June 28, 1919. Retrieved from .law.yale.edu/imt/parti.asp">http://avalon.law.yale.edu/imt/parti.asp

      This document contains the complete treaty with all 440 Articles.

  • Documents

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    • .waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201530_03/BS_GNED/HIST_2005/Week%205/Resources/Resources/embedded/President_Wilson.pdf">President Wilson's Fourteen Points. (1918). Retrieved from .lib.byu.edu/index.php/President_Wilson%27s_Fourteen_Points">http://wwi.lib.byu.edu/index.php/President_Wilson%27s_Fourteen_Points

      This document contains the complete speech that President Woodrow Wilson made to Congress in January 1918.

Discussion - Week 5 .waldenu.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2757173_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_1335262_1&course_id=_6318737_1&message_id=_42300311_1#">Collapse

Between Two Fires

Imagine you are a "fly on the wall" in the time between the two "fires," World War I and World War II. What is it that you would see and hear? What are the topics of the day?

Perhaps, you are a fly on the wall in a train with Mahatma Gandhi and his colleagues, or on the windshield of Henry Ford's new Model T. Maybe you are being swatted by Woodrow Wilson himself as he and his Allied comrades struggle with the finalization of the Treaty of Versailles. What are the conversations you might hear?

And, for that matter, imagine looking in on a heated discussion among, say, Benito Mussolini or Adolf Hitler and top advisors discussing the injustices of post-war settlements or strategies for reclaiming their nation's prominent status.

For your Discussion this week, you will analyze the political, economic, and social effects of one element occurring between World War I and World War II.

To prepare for this Discussion:

  • Choose one of the following elements as the topic of your discussion:


    • The Treaty of Versailles OR

    • Anticolonialism OR

    • Militarism OR

    • Pan-Americanism OR

    • Increases in Military OR

    • Cultural Innovations (writing, music, arts) OR

    • Western Influences on China

  • Review Chapter 9 (pp. 131–137) and Chapter 11 (pp. 154–171), as well as the Treaty of Versailles and President Wilson's Fourteen Points in this week's Learning Resources to help you analyze the political, economic, and social effects of your chosen element.

  • Consider the disparity among nations as they emerged from the First World War and how citizens responded to rising internal influences.

  • Reflect on the way life changed between the two fires for citizens around the world who were affected by World War I.

With these thoughts in mind:

Post by Day 3 2 - 3 paragraphs where you analyze the political, economic, and social effects of one of the following elements occurring between World War I and World War II:


    • The Treaty of Versailles OR

    • Anticolonialism OR

    • Militarism OR

    • Pan-Americanism OR

    • Increases in Military OR

    • Cultural Innovations (writing, music, arts) OR

    • Western Influences on China

  • Support your assertions by making at least 2 references, in proper APA format, to your course readings.

Be sure to support your ideas by connecting them to the week's Learning Resources, or something you have read, heard, seen, or experienced.
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