You must cite all resources that you use to form your answers. You may use
MLA, APA, Chicago, or Turabian style, depending on which one you are most
comfortable with. Just be consistent. You can find a guide to Turabian style here:
Don’t forget: The best answers will fully respond to the questions and include as much
relevant supporting detail as possible.
Part 1: Short Answer (100 points)
Answer five (5) of the following questions. For each question, write 6-8 sentences in
response. Make sure to fully answer each question and to support your answers with
as much relevant course content as possible.
1. What process led to the end of British imperialism in Kenya?
2. What were some of the problems in the Treaty of Versailles (1919)?
3. How did the Cold War impact the process of decolonization?
4. What approach did Gandhi take to Indian independence? How successful was this
method in achieving independence from Britain?
5. Why was World War I so bloody?
6. What long-term consequences did European imperialism have on the new countries
formed out of the former colonies?
7. Why was the Spanish Flu so devastating in 1918-1919?
8. What steps led the Nazis from a program of discrimination against Jews to the
genocidal killings that characterized the Holocaust during World War II?
Part 2: Long Essay (100 points)
Answer one of the following questions. Your response should make a historical
argument and support it using relevant evidence from the course materials. While there
is no minimum or maximum length requirement due to the variability in student
approaches to writing, essays will be scored on how completely they respond to
the question, how well they demonstrate historical thinking skills (such as an
understanding of continuity and change over time, for example), and how much
relevant evidence is provided to support the essay’s argument. For most students,
this will require at least several pages to do well.
1. The era between World War I and World War II was characterized by the growth and
establishment of communism and fascism. Though some modern commentators
conflate the two, they are very different ideologies in direct opposition to each other.
How did their conflicting goals contribute to the outbreak of World War II?
2. During the post-World War II era of decolonization, some regions won
independence after violent confrontations, while nonviolence was the approach
taken in other places. What was the reason for these different approaches to
seeking independence? Why were some of them successful while others were not?
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