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According to Ian Kershaw (The Nazi Dictatorship) – How does Kershaw resolve oppositional views between internationalists and functionalists and according to Historical Journal reviews and debates of ’99 – ’00, does the synthesis offered work?
Florence Nightingale: Angel of mercy or power crazed meddler? Do the unseen letters of Sir John Hall challenge the populist view of the pioneer nurse?
Germany’s Generals Justification for World War 1.
How does Kershaw resolve oppositional views between internationalists and functionalists, does the synthesis offered work?
Piracy of the Mediterranean Sea – The problems and solutions of the First Century BC and whether or not the result proved to be successful in the future.
Revising Foucault’s conception of power, knowledge and space.
September 11th 2001: Terrorist Attacks on The World Trade Centre. A Key Analysis of Events and Motives leading to 9/11.
Spanish History: The fall of the arab rule in spain (al-andlaus) and its reasons.
The global diffusion of germ theory in the 19th century.
To what extent were Jiang Jieshi’s anti-opium policies in the 30s successful in alleviating Opium in China?
What is the significance, social and political impacts of Carnival on society?
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