|U.S. Vice President Henry Wallace : A 6 page paper
discussing the life and personality of Henry Wallace. Henry
Wallace served as vice president to Franklin D. Roosevelt.
He was a unique man who believed in many different aspects
concerning communism or socialism. He was considered a
threat to some, and to some he inspired hope. He ran against
Truman for president and lost. This paper provides a general
sketch of the man and his time in politics during the 1930s
and the 1940s. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Henrywal.wps
How U.S. Involvement In World War II Brought An
The Depression : This 10-page paper discusses how and why
the entry of the United States into World War II brought
about an end to the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Bibliography lists ten sources. Ww2dep.wps
The Long-Term Effect of World War II on America :
This 5 page paper very briefly discusses the impact of World
War II on America for more than fifty years. Between 1945
and 1998, the ramifications of World War II can still be felt
and have, in fact, become just another aspect of life in modern
America. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Longterm.wps
Treatment of Germans & Japanese During World War II :
In 5 pages the author answers the question of whether the
people of the United States treated German and Japanese
people differently during World War II. "World War II was a
total war. It involved the American Allies and their enemies,
the Germans and the Japanese. Germany did not adhere to
the Geneva Conventions, they tortured and brutalized and
executed thousands of people. America hated the Germans
for this, but they were not as much of a threat to the
Americans as were the Japanese. Japan sent kamikaze pilots
to bomb Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, thus propelling the Japanese
people into a war in the Pacific with America. The Germans
and the Japanese were treated as enemies because they were
trying to take over the world." Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Combat Stories / An Interview With A World War II Medic :
An 8 page research paper that recounts what World War II
was like for the medics that served the front lines. Told in the
form of an interview with a World War II veteran, the writer
relates war stories gained from research done in this area.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. Ww2view.wps
The Bombing Of Pearl Harbor : 5 pages in length.
discusses the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and
why this was ultimately more detrimental to Japan than it was
to the United States. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Roosevelt / Knowledge Of Pearl Harbor : A 6 page
that discusses what Roosevelt did know in terms of the attack
on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. Bibliography lists
5 sources. Roosharb.wps
Eleanor Roosevelt : A 5 page paper that provides an
overview of the admirable qualities of Eleanor Roosevelt
presented in Blanche W. Cook's book Eleanor Roosevelt.
Bibliography lists no additional sources. Eroos.wps
Ernie Pyle, World War II Journalist : A 10 page
considers the elements of the work of Ernie Pyle that made
him one of the most copied journalists of the century. This
paper provides an overview of the work of Pyle within the
scope of World War II. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Kilroy Was Here / American Graffiti During World
War II :
This 15 page research paper explores the origin of the
popular phrase Kilroy Was Here and its impact upon
fighting men during World War II. The writer is particularly
concerned with the phrases meaning, purpose, & prevalence.
Bibliography included. Kilroy.wps
Radio In The U.S. Armed Forces During World War II / A
Touch Of Home : A 5 page research paper that relates how
the Armed Forces Radio Service brought a touch of home
to combat troops during World War II. The writer relates
how the top stars of Hollywood and the Broadway stage
created some of the best radio programs ever produced for
the entertainment of the troops during WWII. Bibliography
lists several sources. Radioww2.wps