How did European colonialism of the late 19th century contribute to the oppression of the local people in Asia and Africa?

How did European colonialism of the late 19th century contribute to the oppression of the local people in Asia and Africa?

THIS COURSE WORK IS 2 PARTS: QUESTIONS AND DEBATE

QUESTIONS

Your answers must clearly show that you are studying History at a college level; the minimum length for each answer is 50 words. Do not copy your answers from the book as that is plagiarism. You can paraphrase. ALL ANSWERS MUST INCLUDE CITATIONS FROM TEXTBOOK OR OTHER SOURCE GIVEN. This means that you read the chapter(s), you answer the questions by including information you found on your textbook by indicating at the end of each of question at what page you found the details you used in your answers. You do this by adding the follow: (Backman, page #). A proper answer must be analytical so beyond the mere description of facts you should include consideration that show that you understood the content. Read out loud before submitting and avoid typos, run on sentences, and grammatical mistakes. Avoid the conditional (would) as you are dealing with facts that actually happened. Rubric Lack of Citations: minus 10 points. Not meeting length requirements: minus 10 points. If the post is too general: minus 10 points. If the post is confusing: minus 10 points. If the language is colloquial: minus 5 points. Use of unapproved additional sources minus 5 points. Use of quotations from the book (of more than 2 words): minus 5 points for each quotation. NO QUOTES FROM BOOK Quotations from the book of more than 2 words are not allowed because technically that is copying from the textbook. Paraphrase the text you want to use.
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Chapters and Pages to get information and citations:
Chapter 23, The Great Land Grab, pp. 862-898 (Textbook) + Chapter 24, The World at War (Part I), pp. 899-942 (Textbook)

Questions:
1.) How did European colonialism of the late 19th century contribute to the oppression of the local people in Asia and Africa? (Found in textbook)
2.) What was the relationship between Yoga and eugenics? (See source on yoga in the weekly folder)
3.)How was WWI different from previous conflicts? (Found in textbook)
4.)Why was life in the trenches so harsh? (Found in textbook)
5.) Was the Russian Revolution successful? If so, in what way? (Found in textbook)
6.)Were the treaties at the end of WWI fair? If so, in what way? (Found in textbook)

For the citations of the source of yoga you can write “(On Yoga, page #)”
I have attached this source under my files.

DEBATE 1 – 2 Paragraphs

Imagine to be a college student in 1914 Britain or Germany and you want to tell your parents that you are a pacifist (even a quaker since we are in PA), how would you defend your choice? Say first a few words about the context and the excitement for the war in 1914 and what you think it meant for college students to volunteer and how their families welcomed the news. Remember that many Oxford and Cambridge students proudly volunteered. You can write in the 1st or 3rd person, as you prefer.

Even if historically inaccurate because women were not involved in combat, ALL students in this course should answer the question.

A note on language: in 1914 no one would write to parents by addressing them as “mom and dad” or “you guys.” Also, since parents/children relationships were very formal, you cannot end your letter with “I love you” as that belongs to contemporary parlance.

Do not copy your answer from the book as that is plagiarism. You can paraphrase. The answer must include citations of the textbook. This means that you read the chapter(s), you answer the questions by including information you found on your textbook by indicating at the end of each of question at what page you found the details you used in your answers. You do this by adding the follow: (Backman, page #). Quotations from the book of more than 2 words are not allowed because technically that is copying from the textbook. Paraphrase the text you want to use. Here is the textbook information in which you can use to support your argument.

Where to find and cite information: Chapters and Pages to get information and citations:
Chapter 23, The Great Land Grab, pp. 862-898 (Textbook) + Chapter 24, The World at War (Part I), pp. 899-942 (Textbook)

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QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER