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Write a Description of essay from course syllabus, including spacing parameters, etc
2. My expectations and how I want the paper to be structured
3. A list of the sources that I am attaching
1. Description of essay from course syllabus
Your final assignment in the course is to write a short paper on your thoughts on Why the Allies won the war. The student is expected to draw in this essay on the debates during the class as well as her/his/their reading of the texts for the class. Think of it like an ongoing assignment, something like the students research diary of the course. Not much additional reading and work should be necessary, but may be required, depending on your argument, and is, in any case, welcome. The paper should be between five to eight pages long (font size 12, one-and-a-half spacing, 2,5 cm margins all around). Be sure to find a coherent overall approach and argument do not just string together bits and pieces of information and argument.
2. My expectations and how I want the paper to be structured:
I want the paper to have a clear introduction that first of asserts that there is no easy answer to the question of why the Allies won the second world war, but that given the scope of this essay, and after outlining a few of these reasons as outlined by Richard Overy in his book ‘Why the Allies Won’, we will focus on the failed invasion of the Soviet Union and the fighting undertaken by the Soviets as perhaps the most important reason why the Allies won.
The paper should have an introductory paragraph or two that outlines and the main reasons put forward by Overy in the first and final chapter of his book (the writer will need to find Richard Overy’s ‘Why the Allies Won’.. it can be downloaded here: https://libgen.is/search.php?req=why+the+allies+won&lg_topic=libgen&open=0&view=simple&res=25&phrase=1&column=def) as to why the Allies won. After making it clear that the author of this paper has an understanding of these main reasons put forward by Overy in the book, it should then go into why the failed invasion of the Soviet Union and the effort of the Soviet war machine was the most important reason.
The sources that should be used to demonstrate this are Overys book Why the Allies Won, as well as Overys Russias War. I have also attached a few relevant chapters from that book. I am also attaching a word document in which I have taken quite a few quotations from these sources that can, and should, be used. There may not be a need for many more additional quotations, but the writer should read the first and last chapter of Why the Allies Won to be able to argue and outline the various points made by Overy before getting into the Soviet argument as the most important. The writer should also include at least 4-5 additional sources, but the reference to these sources does not need to be extensive.
There should also be a conclusion that ties the Soviets defeating Germany in the German invasion of the Soviet Union to the other arguments presented by Overy in the first and last chapter of his book, in order to demonstrate how it is all interconnected but again highlighting the Soviet victory in the Soviet Union as the most important reason.
3. Sources attached
– Select chapters from Overys Russias War
– Word doc with quotations I have pulled out, which should be used along with additional sources.
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