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Warlord: The Political And Military Ambitions Of Nazi Germany, William R. Underhill Dec 2016

Warlord: The Political And Military Ambitions Of Nazi Germany, William R. Underhill

Senior Theses

There are so many important stories to consider when thinking about World War II. It is easy to think about the popular aspects of the war: the causes, the major figures, the battles, and, of course, the lasting consequences. Yet there are other, lesser known storylines to consider, ones that have taken a backseat to the more popular narratives of the time. It is commonly understood that Nazi Germany was evil and that they had nothing but ill intentions for the rest of Europe and the world. However, it is vital to understand that Germany’s pre-war intentions are notably ...


The Marshall Plan: A Critique Of The European Recovery Program, Louis D. Stefan May 1950

The Marshall Plan: A Critique Of The European Recovery Program, Louis D. Stefan

Business and Economics Honors Papers

This 48 page thesis examines the Marshall Plan for European recovery following World War II.