Research papers  - dot - net .. the ultimate student resource !Over 15,000 Research Papers Available NOW !

Research papers - arranged by subject category




Anatomy & Phys.

Animal Rights


Argument / Essays

Art & Architecture

Asian Studies


Black Studies
Book Reports (Literature)
Business & Management
Canadian Studies
Career - Related
Computers / Internet
Cooking / Culinary
Creative Essays
Criminal Justice
Custom Research
Drugs & Alcohol
Ecology / Environment
Economics / Finance
Film, TV, Photography
Gay & Lesbian Studies
Gender Studies
Geology / Earth Science
Global Politics
Government & Politics
Health & Nutrition
Healthcare Politics
History - Europe
History - United States

Holocaust Studies

Israel & The Middle East


Labor Studies

Latin-America / Caribbean
Law, Legal Theory
Mass Media
Medicine / Medical
Medieval Studies
Music, Dance, Theater
Native Indian Studies
Nutrition & Dieting
Political Sci. & Gov't
Presidential Studies
Pro-Con Essays
Public Administration
Religion & Theology
Sex & Sexuality
Sociology & Soc. Work
Sports / Issues
Theses / Dissertations
Urban Studies
Western Civilization
Women's Iss. / Gender
World Affairs
Research Papers - Start Over At The Top


Art & Architecture / Research Papers

All Research Papers Are Only $9.95/ page + FREE Bibliography
Same-Day Delivery - 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days a Week !

Papers On Europe From 1700 - 1899 (Page 1)
England & The Corn Laws : An 8 page paper that describes
the history of the Corn Laws in England and the impact that
these had on the poor. Also offered for consideration is the
reason behind the popularity of these laws with Parliament and
the effects that Corn Laws has on social and political structures
during different eras in British history. Bibliography lists 5
sources. Cornlaws.wps

British Foreign Policy / 1848 - 1871 : This is a 5 page paper
that examines the theories and practices of foreign policy in
Great Britain from 1848 to 1871. It actually begins with a brief
look at events leading to the political atmosphere of the time
specified and then delves in depth into the concept of Balance of
Power and Palmerstonian principles. There are brief
descriptions of Lord John Russell and Benjamin Disraeli, along
with their political perspectives. It concludes by citing specific
negative consequences of the above policies. Bibliography lists
5 sources. Britfp.wps

Queen Victoria / The Fascination Continues : A 4 page
paper discussing Queen Victoria and the endless fascination
with her. The writer outlines Victoria's life, including some
interesting but perhaps not widely known "quirks." Bibliography
lists 4 sources. Victoria.wps

The Development Of The Modern Era / 1870 To 1920 :
A 5 page research paper on how the Victorian era of the late
nineteenth century evolved by 1920 into the modern era. The
writer addresses the effects of the Industrial Revolution, but also
how this instigated sociological change. Bibliography lists 4
sources. Devmoden.wps

Victorian Perceptions on Crime : A 6 page research paper
that looks at the Victorian era and the way that the Victorians
perceived crime and handled it in their court system. The writer
argues that the "English miracle" of reduced crime in the
Victorian era was really a reflection of their court system and
their perception. Bibliography lists 6 sources. 99viccri.wps

Victorian Britain / Crime and Other Harsh Realities :
A 6 page paper which discusses many different aspects of
British history as it relates to the Victorian period. This period
in time was a time of great despair and poverty for many people
in Britain. And each area of concern was very intimately
connected with all other areas. Issues concerning sanitation,
poverty, prostitution, education, policing, drinking, and crime in
general are discussed. The end of all of this poverty and despair
came about very slowly through many different governmental
involvements being uncovered. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

E.J. Hobsbawm’s “Industry & Empire” : In his book
Industry and Empire, Eric J. Hobsbawm provides a
comprehensive overview of the economic history of the British
empire. It is Hobsbawm’s contention, though, that even as the
conclusion of the Victorian era asserted Great Britain as one of
the world’s most significant economic powers, the empire itself
was beginning a fundamental decline. This 6 page paper
considers the nature of this argument and the support provide in
Hobsbawm’s book. No additional sources cited.

Winston Churchill & Empire : A 15 page research essay
exploring Churchill’s protectionist desire to maintain the British
Empire at all costs, even when this included forging a
permanent alliance with its old enemy, the United States.
Explored briefly is the extent of the empire, a historiography of
some of Churchill’s attempts at maintaining the empire, and the
reasons behind his ultimate failure. Bibliography lists 14
sources. Cnchurch.wps

The Decline of the British Empire : A 5 page research paper
which concentrates on the work of E.J. Hobsbawm in regards to
why the British Empire declined after being the leading nation
in the Industrial Revolution. The writer discusses Hobsbawm's
conclusion that it was due to the fact that Britain clung to
obsolete factories and obsolete technology. Bibliography lists 2
sources. Britdec.wps

Neoclassicism & The Development Of The Asylum :
A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the history of
England as it reflects the neoclassism of the 17th and 18th
centuries and correlates this to the development of England's
earliest asylum. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Neoasyl.wps

Research papers / next pageClick For Next Page

Research papers - order button Researchpapers / home page Frequently Asked Questions re: RESEARCH PAPERS ! e-mail us about research papers !

research papers - back one page Back One Page

Return To European History Main List

Search Our ENTIRE Database of
Research Papers By Keyword -
Enter Your Topic Below!

*Custom research papers are also available
for just $19.95/page on ANY topic YOU specify!
Click ORDER PAPER to find out more !

All research papers are owned by The Paper Store Enterprises, Inc.
and are the property of the corporation and our contracted writers.
Our work is designed only to assist students in the preparation of their own work.
Students who use our service are responsible not only for writing their
own papers, but also for citing The Paper Store as a source when doing so...