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After reading Chapter 10 in your Textbook (World War II: A Short History) and the two documents on CANVAS, please answer the essay question below. Your answer should be typed, double-spaced, and at least four to five paragraphs in length, minimum
Heading should be like this
(top, left side of page)
Name (ex. Joe Schmo)
Course # (ex. HIST 205)
Date (ex. 10-18-16)
- An “A” answer will begin with a clear topic sentence identifying the main point(s). The answer will consist of specific examples from the textbook and documents. If there are any direct references (quotes or paraphrasing) of sources, they will be properly referenced by source and page number (ex. World War II: A Short History, p. 188). The answer will be mistake-free, meaning it will be clearly written, without typos, and exhibit proper grammar and spelling. The answer will end with a concluding sentence restating the main point or points.
- [Answer the following question in at least four or five paragraphs, making sure to use direct examples from course materials and discussion.] (Same directions as above)
Questions (All should be answered together to make it four to five paragraphs)
- Why did Germany invade the Soviet Union?
- How did Germany miscalculate?
- How did the invasion begin? How did Stalin initially react to the invasion? Why do you think that is?
- How would you describe the Siege of Leningrad as depicted in the document?
- What are major myths surrounding the War in the East as discussed by Michael Cherniavsky? Do you agree or disagree with his arguments?
The chapter 10 reading is in the file
Here are the links to the other readings