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U. S. HISTORY 1865 TO 1945



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HST 165 Week 1 Reconstruction and the West

Choose one question pertaining to developments in the South and one question pertaining to developments in the West.

The South

Columbia historian Eric Foner quotes W.E.B. DuBois in calling Reconstruction a “splendid failure.” After studying the events of the late 19th century, defend whether or not you agree with his position. What are the long-term implications?
Foner, E. (1983, October/November). The new view of reconstruction. American Heritage Magazine, 34(6). Retrieved from http://staging.americanheritage.com/articles/magazine/ah/1983/6/1983_6_10.shtml

Some historians argue that Radical Reconstruction was not radical enough. After studying the events of the late 19th century, defend whether or not you agree with this position. What are the long-term implications?
The post-Civil War South has been called the “New South.” In what ways did it succeed in reinventing itself? In what ways did it fail?
The West

How did western settlement, particularly in terms of railroad expansion and farming, lead to inevitable conflicts with the Native Americans? Highlight at least one engagement in your answer.
How did the culture of the Plains Indians, specifically the Lakota Sioux, change in the late 19th century?
Describe President Grant’s Peace Policy and the subsequent widespread adaptation of the reservation as a solution to the “Indian problem.” What was life like on a reservation in, say, 1890?
Write a 350-word response to each of your chosen questions.

Format your assignment according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your outline to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 1 Video Reflection

Review the videos presented this week.

Write a 300- to 350-word reflection on what you learned by watching the videos.

Discuss the most important and least important parts of the videos.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.



HST 165 Week 1 Journal Entries

Consider the historical activities presented in the readings and videos this week.

Identify two particular events of interest to you, and explore these events in depth. You may find further information in the University Library databases or outside websites.

Write a 300- to 350-word journal entry for each historical event and describe why these events pique your interest.

Include an image or link to support the information for each of your two journal entries.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 1 APA exercise

Download the two attachments in the materials. The first attachment is a list of websites to go to for formatting your APA references. The second template is for you to format your references on. There are several posts in the class messages under the APA thread that will help you with formatting the web pages.

Do not delete anything on the template.Just type in your name where indicated on the title page, then go to the reference page and type in your properly formatted references from the links attachment exactly like the examples.
If you use a citation/reference generator for this assignment make sure that you check the corporate author box and then type in the correct copyright holder from the site or from the APA information. Do not put the title of the web page first; that is where the author(s) or copyright holders go.
If you use the generator, please make sure that you check the revert to static text in the drop down menu.I will post the screen shot for it in the messages below.
I will post more details in the messages below this!
Step-by-step instructions

Download the web links document and save it to your desktop.
Open each of the web pages in tabs or windows in your browser. Do not close them
Download the template and save it to your desktop.
Do not do anything except add your name to the cover page. Note the way the header looks
Scroll all the way down to where your see the examples. Check out the way they’re formatted. That is how you need to format yours.
Scroll down below the dotted line and the word References.
Format your references from each of the open websites. They do need to be alphabetized.
Check the APA information that is in your material from the syllabus etc. post.


HST 165 Week 2 Immigration Experience

Imagine you are a European immigrant to America, trying to adapt to the new life you sought. You want to share your experiences with your family back home so they will better understand.

Choose a country of origin and religious tradition:

Country of origin
Poland
Italy
Bulgaria
Greece
Ukraine
Czechoslovakia
Serbia
Religious tradition
Catholic
Jewish
Lutheran
Other Protestant
No religious tradition
Write a 700- to 1,050-word, first-person description of your experiences as an immigrant to America in the late 19th or early 20th century. The description should take the form of a journal entry, autobiography, or diary.

Include descriptions of the following:

The political, social, or economic factors that precipitated your migration
The journey across the ocean, including sleeping accommodations and available food
Ellis Island
The city you settle in, and why
The racist attitudes of some Americans
Tenement housing
Factory conditions, hours worked, and pay
The status your children eventually achieve
Format references according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 2 The Progressives

In 1910, the non-agricultural working force was made up of approximately 38 million men and women, many of whom labored in factories. Frustrated by exploitive working conditions and terrible poverty, some Americans started to protest. They were joined by artists, journalists, politicians, and intellectuals who adopted their cause. As a whole, these reformers were known as Progressives.

Select one of the following groups that included members sympathetic to the Progressive cause:

Factory workers
Union organizers
Photographers
Writers and journalists
Feminists
Elected officials
Settlement House founders
Socialists and Communists
Create a 3- to 4-slide presentation, using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or another multimedia tool, in which you address the following:

Identify several key members of the selected group.
Discuss the selected group’s position on reform.
Discuss how the selected group contributed to positive change.
Cite your reference sources according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Present the Progressives presentation.

For Local Campus students, these are 7- to 10-minute oral presentations accompanied by multimedia presentations.
For Online and Directed Study students, these are multimedia presentations with detailed notes.
Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 2 Video Reflection

Review the videos presented this week.

Write a 300- to 350-word reflection on what you learned by watching the videos.

Discuss the most important and least important parts of the videos.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 3 World War I Soldier

After a bitter debate over how best to use American troops in World War I, it was determined that they would serve under General John J. Pershing, but accept the final strategic authority from the Allied Supreme Commander, Marshall Ferdinand Foch of France. Initially, American troops were used piecemeal to plug up holes and to drive Germans back, when possible. By 1918, American troops were fully engaged. They secured their first victory in May, at Cantigny, just north of Paris. They suffered terrible losses in June at Belleau Wood, but still claimed victory.

The real turning point came at the second Battle of the Marne, in July, where the combined efforts of the French, British, Italians, and Americans counteracted the German offensive and drove the Germans eastward. Notably, Americans soldiers, fresh to the war effort and not weighed down by years of fighting, provided a decisive edge. In the fall of 1918, Pershing lost over 100,000 men as he and the other Allied leaders continued to push the Germans back. By October 1918, Americans were behind German lines cutting supply lines, and in November 1918, Germany surrendered.

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you describe the specific role played by American troops in the Second Battle of the Marne, and in the months that followed between the battle and the German surrender in November 1918.

Include the following points in your paper:

Analysis of the role played by American troops in the Second Battle of the Marne, and subsequent engagements with the Germans
Discussion of weaponry used by soldiers in World War I, including but not limited to bayonets, flamethrowers, machine guns, pistols, mustard gas, rifles, tanks, and trench mortars
Discussion of the soldiers’ experiences, including but not limited to fighting in the trenches, the smell, boredom, lice, rats, food, common injuries, and battlefield engagement
Format your paper according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 3 American Imperialism

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: American Imperialism.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

American Imperialism

Part 1

Complete the chart by identifying the following:



Identify the countries or areas where the United States engaged in imperialistic actions during the period from about 1870 to 1914.
Discuss why each area was important to American empire building (political, economic, and social).
Explain America’s expansionist ideals. What were some of the factors that justified American imperialist actions?
Identify the current political status of these places in relation to the United States.
Age of Imperialism: 1870 to 1914

Place Why was there interest? U.S. actions Status today









Part 2

Answer each of the following prompts with a response of at least 200 to 300 words:



Trace the path of American imperialism during the period from about 1870 to 1914 through political, military, and economic events. Why was the United States interested in expansion in these areas? Why was America building a global empire?


What were the benefits of America’s imperialistic actions for the people in these countries or areas? What were the disadvantages? How would you describe their experiences in terms of being conquered, assimilated, or marginalized?


What were the moral implications of American imperialism? How did Imperialists justify their actions? How did the Anti-Imperialists justify their position? Consider the role of race, economics, science, and religion.


What significance did the Spanish-American War have in the development of the United States as an empire and world power?


Do you think the United States is currently an imperialist country? Why or why not?


Cite and reference all information sources according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.





HST 165 Week 4 News Story

The 1920s introduced many modern conveniences, such as the widespread use of the washing machine, and many modern ideas, such as buying on credit.

Imagine you are a newspaper reporter, magazine writer, or radio newsperson.

Choose one of the following topics for your news story:

Red Scare
Sacco and Vanzetti
Volstead Act
Al Capone
19th Amendment to the Constitution
Scopes Monkey Trial
Ku Klux Klan
Buying on credit
Birth control clinics
Films and celebrities
Professional sports: baseball and boxing
Immigration Act of 1924
Write a 700- to 1,050-word news story. If you choose the role of radio newsperson, you must write a broadcast script. The news story must address the following:

Detailed description of the topic, and its significance to the time
Implications for American society in terms of economic, social, and cultural trends
Choose one of the following companies and write an advertisement for that company to accompany your news story:

Ford Motor Company
RCA
Coca-Cola
Sears, Roebuck & Co.
General Electric
Maytag
Hallmark Cards
Hoover
American Tobacco Co.
Nabisco
Format your news story according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 4 The Great Depression

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: The Great Depression.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

The Great Depression

Part 1

Complete the chart by filling in each president’s views on the Great Depression.



Great Depression Herbert Hoover Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Causes of the Great Depression












General description of response to the Depression










Beliefs that guided him in his attempt to solve it







What he told Americans they had to do to overcome the Depression







What agencies he relied on to provide relief







Significant acts passed during his presidency to help end the Depression







Success or failure of his program, and why








Part 2

Most historians agree that the New Deal did not solve the problems of the Great Depression and that, in short, it failed to bring about full economic recovery. Nevertheless, it can be argued that the New Deal was significant in that it introduced a new political tradition and brought fundamental change in a number of areas to America.



Write a 350-word response to each of the following questions:



What do you think is meant by the statements above? How did the New Deal change America?


Do you think the New Deal changed the relationship between citizens and the federal government and, if so, how? For example, should the government help regulate the economy?




HST 165 Week 5Truman’s Decision

Write a 350-word response to the following question:

Do you think President Truman was right or wrong in his decision to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Why?
Format your response according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 5 World War II: The American Experience

World War II left no country untouched. The fighting left whole continents battered and devastated. Cities were flattened, and hundreds of thousands were displaced from their homes. Some 49 million people died in World War II, including 400,000 American soldiers. Another 11 million, including 6 million Jews, were killed in German concentration camps. Battles took place in nearly every corner of the globe. Soldiers fought on beaches, in jungles, and along rivers and campaigns for dominance stretched across the globe, with eventual victory by the Allies.

Part 1: The Military Experience

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that provides a comprehensive view of the American military experience during World War II. The paper should do the following:

Identify the causes for American involvement in the war.
Present an analysis of the major military campaigns of the war.
Analyze each of the following military campaigns, including two to three of the related subtopics, the results of the campaign, and overall success for the Allies.
Emphasize the American position in each campaign.
North African Campaign
Objectives
Operation Torch
Vichy position
Rommel and Von Amim in North Africa
Patton and Bradley in North Africa
Rommel withdraws from El Agheila
Battle of El Guettar
Results
Italian Campaign
Objectives
Casablanca Conference
Operation Husky
Fall of Messina
Naples
Landing at Anzio
Fall of Rome
Mussolini’s surrender
Results
Include maps, quotes, or statistics as appropriate.

Format your paper according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.



Part 2: The Home Experience

Create a 6- to 10-slide presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or another multimedia tool that provides a look at a specific group during World War II. Please choose one of the following groups to do your presenation on.

Factory Workers
Asian Americans
Native Americans
African Americans
Women
Politicians
Latinos
Include their role during the war, as well as the struggles and triumphs of each group.
Include photographs, maps, quotes, or statistics, as appropriate.

Cite your reference sources according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Present the World War II presentation.

For Local Campus students, these are 3- to 5-minute oral presentations accompanied by multimedia presentations.
For Online and Directed Study students, these are multimedia presentations with detailed notes.
Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.



HST 165 Week 5 Week 5 Video Reflection

Review the videos presented this week.

Write a 300- to 350-word reflection on what you learned by watching the videos.

Discuss the most important and least important parts of the videos.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.









































































































HST/165

U. S. HISTORY 1865 TO 1945



The Latest Version A+ Study Guide



**********************************************

HST 165 Entire Course Link

https://uopcourses.com/category/hst-165/

**********************************************



HST 165 Week 1 Reconstruction and the West

Choose one question pertaining to developments in the South and one question pertaining to developments in the West.

The South

Columbia historian Eric Foner quotes W.E.B. DuBois in calling Reconstruction a “splendid failure.” After studying the events of the late 19th century, defend whether or not you agree with his position. What are the long-term implications?
Foner, E. (1983, October/November). The new view of reconstruction. American Heritage Magazine, 34(6). Retrieved from http://staging.americanheritage.com/articles/magazine/ah/1983/6/1983_6_10.shtml

Some historians argue that Radical Reconstruction was not radical enough. After studying the events of the late 19th century, defend whether or not you agree with this position. What are the long-term implications?
The post-Civil War South has been called the “New South.” In what ways did it succeed in reinventing itself? In what ways did it fail?
The West

How did western settlement, particularly in terms of railroad expansion and farming, lead to inevitable conflicts with the Native Americans? Highlight at least one engagement in your answer.
How did the culture of the Plains Indians, specifically the Lakota Sioux, change in the late 19th century?
Describe President Grant’s Peace Policy and the subsequent widespread adaptation of the reservation as a solution to the “Indian problem.” What was life like on a reservation in, say, 1890?
Write a 350-word response to each of your chosen questions.

Format your assignment according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your outline to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 1 Video Reflection

Review the videos presented this week.

Write a 300- to 350-word reflection on what you learned by watching the videos.

Discuss the most important and least important parts of the videos.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.



HST 165 Week 1 Journal Entries

Consider the historical activities presented in the readings and videos this week.

Identify two particular events of interest to you, and explore these events in depth. You may find further information in the University Library databases or outside websites.

Write a 300- to 350-word journal entry for each historical event and describe why these events pique your interest.

Include an image or link to support the information for each of your two journal entries.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 1 APA exercise

Download the two attachments in the materials. The first attachment is a list of websites to go to for formatting your APA references. The second template is for you to format your references on. There are several posts in the class messages under the APA thread that will help you with formatting the web pages.

Do not delete anything on the template.Just type in your name where indicated on the title page, then go to the reference page and type in your properly formatted references from the links attachment exactly like the examples.
If you use a citation/reference generator for this assignment make sure that you check the corporate author box and then type in the correct copyright holder from the site or from the APA information. Do not put the title of the web page first; that is where the author(s) or copyright holders go.
If you use the generator, please make sure that you check the revert to static text in the drop down menu.I will post the screen shot for it in the messages below.
I will post more details in the messages below this!
Step-by-step instructions

Download the web links document and save it to your desktop.
Open each of the web pages in tabs or windows in your browser. Do not close them
Download the template and save it to your desktop.
Do not do anything except add your name to the cover page. Note the way the header looks
Scroll all the way down to where your see the examples. Check out the way they’re formatted. That is how you need to format yours.
Scroll down below the dotted line and the word References.
Format your references from each of the open websites. They do need to be alphabetized.
Check the APA information that is in your material from the syllabus etc. post.


HST 165 Week 2 Immigration Experience

Imagine you are a European immigrant to America, trying to adapt to the new life you sought. You want to share your experiences with your family back home so they will better understand.

Choose a country of origin and religious tradition:

Country of origin
Poland
Italy
Bulgaria
Greece
Ukraine
Czechoslovakia
Serbia
Religious tradition
Catholic
Jewish
Lutheran
Other Protestant
No religious tradition
Write a 700- to 1,050-word, first-person description of your experiences as an immigrant to America in the late 19th or early 20th century. The description should take the form of a journal entry, autobiography, or diary.

Include descriptions of the following:

The political, social, or economic factors that precipitated your migration
The journey across the ocean, including sleeping accommodations and available food
Ellis Island
The city you settle in, and why
The racist attitudes of some Americans
Tenement housing
Factory conditions, hours worked, and pay
The status your children eventually achieve
Format references according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 2 The Progressives

In 1910, the non-agricultural working force was made up of approximately 38 million men and women, many of whom labored in factories. Frustrated by exploitive working conditions and terrible poverty, some Americans started to protest. They were joined by artists, journalists, politicians, and intellectuals who adopted their cause. As a whole, these reformers were known as Progressives.

Select one of the following groups that included members sympathetic to the Progressive cause:

Factory workers
Union organizers
Photographers
Writers and journalists
Feminists
Elected officials
Settlement House founders
Socialists and Communists
Create a 3- to 4-slide presentation, using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or another multimedia tool, in which you address the following:

Identify several key members of the selected group.
Discuss the selected group’s position on reform.
Discuss how the selected group contributed to positive change.
Cite your reference sources according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Present the Progressives presentation.

For Local Campus students, these are 7- to 10-minute oral presentations accompanied by multimedia presentations.
For Online and Directed Study students, these are multimedia presentations with detailed notes.
Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 2 Video Reflection

Review the videos presented this week.

Write a 300- to 350-word reflection on what you learned by watching the videos.

Discuss the most important and least important parts of the videos.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 3 World War I Soldier

After a bitter debate over how best to use American troops in World War I, it was determined that they would serve under General John J. Pershing, but accept the final strategic authority from the Allied Supreme Commander, Marshall Ferdinand Foch of France. Initially, American troops were used piecemeal to plug up holes and to drive Germans back, when possible. By 1918, American troops were fully engaged. They secured their first victory in May, at Cantigny, just north of Paris. They suffered terrible losses in June at Belleau Wood, but still claimed victory.

The real turning point came at the second Battle of the Marne, in July, where the combined efforts of the French, British, Italians, and Americans counteracted the German offensive and drove the Germans eastward. Notably, Americans soldiers, fresh to the war effort and not weighed down by years of fighting, provided a decisive edge. In the fall of 1918, Pershing lost over 100,000 men as he and the other Allied leaders continued to push the Germans back. By October 1918, Americans were behind German lines cutting supply lines, and in November 1918, Germany surrendered.

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you describe the specific role played by American troops in the Second Battle of the Marne, and in the months that followed between the battle and the German surrender in November 1918.

Include the following points in your paper:

Analysis of the role played by American troops in the Second Battle of the Marne, and subsequent engagements with the Germans
Discussion of weaponry used by soldiers in World War I, including but not limited to bayonets, flamethrowers, machine guns, pistols, mustard gas, rifles, tanks, and trench mortars
Discussion of the soldiers’ experiences, including but not limited to fighting in the trenches, the smell, boredom, lice, rats, food, common injuries, and battlefield engagement
Format your paper according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 3 American Imperialism

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: American Imperialism.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

American Imperialism

Part 1

Complete the chart by identifying the following:



Identify the countries or areas where the United States engaged in imperialistic actions during the period from about 1870 to 1914.
Discuss why each area was important to American empire building (political, economic, and social).
Explain America’s expansionist ideals. What were some of the factors that justified American imperialist actions?
Identify the current political status of these places in relation to the United States.
Age of Imperialism: 1870 to 1914

Place Why was there interest? U.S. actions Status today









Part 2

Answer each of the following prompts with a response of at least 200 to 300 words:



Trace the path of American imperialism during the period from about 1870 to 1914 through political, military, and economic events. Why was the United States interested in expansion in these areas? Why was America building a global empire?


What were the benefits of America’s imperialistic actions for the people in these countries or areas? What were the disadvantages? How would you describe their experiences in terms of being conquered, assimilated, or marginalized?


What were the moral implications of American imperialism? How did Imperialists justify their actions? How did the Anti-Imperialists justify their position? Consider the role of race, economics, science, and religion.


What significance did the Spanish-American War have in the development of the United States as an empire and world power?


Do you think the United States is currently an imperialist country? Why or why not?


Cite and reference all information sources according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.





HST 165 Week 4 News Story

The 1920s introduced many modern conveniences, such as the widespread use of the washing machine, and many modern ideas, such as buying on credit.

Imagine you are a newspaper reporter, magazine writer, or radio newsperson.

Choose one of the following topics for your news story:

Red Scare
Sacco and Vanzetti
Volstead Act
Al Capone
19th Amendment to the Constitution
Scopes Monkey Trial
Ku Klux Klan
Buying on credit
Birth control clinics
Films and celebrities
Professional sports: baseball and boxing
Immigration Act of 1924
Write a 700- to 1,050-word news story. If you choose the role of radio newsperson, you must write a broadcast script. The news story must address the following:

Detailed description of the topic, and its significance to the time
Implications for American society in terms of economic, social, and cultural trends
Choose one of the following companies and write an advertisement for that company to accompany your news story:

Ford Motor Company
RCA
Coca-Cola
Sears, Roebuck & Co.
General Electric
Maytag
Hallmark Cards
Hoover
American Tobacco Co.
Nabisco
Format your news story according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.





HST 165 Week 4 The Great Depression

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: The Great Depression.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

The Great Depression

Part 1

Complete the chart by filling in each president’s views on the Great Depression.



Great Depression Herbert Hoover Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Causes of the Great Depression












General description of response to the Depression










Beliefs that guided him in his attempt to solve it







What he told Americans they had to do to overcome the Depression







What agencies he relied on to provide relief







Significant acts passed during his presidency to help end the Depression







Success or failure of his program, and why








Part 2

Most historians agree that the New Deal did not solve the problems of the Great Depression and that, in short, it failed to bring about full economic recovery. Nevertheless, it can be argued that the New Deal was significant in that it introduced a new political tradition and brought fundamental change in a number of areas to America.



Write a 350-word response to each of the following questions:



What do you think is meant by the statements above? How did the New Deal change America?


Do you think the New Deal changed the relationship between citizens and the federal government and, if so, how? For example, should the government help regulate the economy?




HST 165 Week 5Truman’s Decision

Write a 350-word response to the following question:

Do you think President Truman was right or wrong in his decision to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Why?
Format your response according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

HST 165 Week 5 World War II: The American Experience

World War II left no country untouched. The fighting left whole continents battered and devastated. Cities were flattened, and hundreds of thousands were displaced from their homes. Some 49 million people died in World War II, including 400,000 American soldiers. Another 11 million, including 6 million Jews, were killed in German concentration camps. Battles took place in nearly every corner of the globe. Soldiers fought on beaches, in jungles, and along rivers and campaigns for dominance stretched across the globe, with eventual victory by the Allies.

Part 1: The Military Experience

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that provides a comprehensive view of the American military experience during World War II. The paper should do the following:

Identify the causes for American involvement in the war.
Present an analysis of the major military campaigns of the war.
Analyze each of the following military campaigns, including two to three of the related subtopics, the results of the campaign, and overall success for the Allies.
Emphasize the American position in each campaign.
North African Campaign
Objectives
Operation Torch
Vichy position
Rommel and Von Amim in North Africa
Patton and Bradley in North Africa
Rommel withdraws from El Agheila
Battle of El Guettar
Results
Italian Campaign
Objectives
Casablanca Conference
Operation Husky
Fall of Messina
Naples
Landing at Anzio
Fall of Rome
Mussolini’s surrender
Results
Include maps, quotes, or statistics as appropriate.

Format your paper according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.



Part 2: The Home Experience

Create a 6- to 10-slide presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or another multimedia tool that provides a look at a specific group during World War II. Please choose one of the following groups to do your presenation on.

Factory Workers
Asian Americans
Native Americans
African Americans
Women
Politicians
Latinos
Include their role during the war, as well as the struggles and triumphs of each group.
Include photographs, maps, quotes, or statistics, as appropriate.

Cite your reference sources according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.

Present the World War II presentation.

For Local Campus students, these are 3- to 5-minute oral presentations accompanied by multimedia presentations.
For Online and Directed Study students, these are multimedia presentations with detailed notes.
Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.



HST 165 Week 5 Week 5 Video Reflection

Review the videos presented this week.

Write a 300- to 350-word reflection on what you learned by watching the videos.

Discuss the most important and least important parts of the videos.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.



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