What is History?

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American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New World

Title: Introduction: What is History? Book Sources: David E. Stannard American Holocaust Reading Summary Guide: Write a three paragraphs analysis of the assigned readings following the organizational structure provided below: Introductory Paragraph: In the introductory paragraph write a brief summary of the selected chapters discussing the main theme of the reading. Use the title to formulate the summary. Write a one-sentence thesis statement and Underline the thesis statement. Again, use the title to formulate the thesis. Body (Evidence ) Paragraph: Write a brief body paragraph discussing key passages or sentences from the reading as evidence. Be sure to provide multiple direct quotes from the readings as evidence. Also, provide page citation for all the quotes used as evidence. Discuss the significance of the readings in relation to the selected quotes pulled from the text. Try to use 3-5 direct quotes from the readings as evidence in the body paragraph. Concluding Paragraph Write a brief conclusion discussing own opinion on the readings and its overall relevance to history. Print the WORD COUNT at the bottom of the page and please make sure it`s not under 500 words. Please only use the CHAPTERS listed above. ONLY FROM THOSE CHAPTERS.
American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New WorldStudent`s nameInstructor`s nameCourse titleSubmission dateAmerican Holocaust: The Conquest of the New WorldThe past world has been full of very many injustices and in most cases; they were meted to the minority groups in the society. After the explosion of the first atomic bomb in the desert of New Mexico that occurred in July 1945, it is important to note that just like J. Robert Oppenheimer noted “I am become death, the shatterer of worlds”( Stannard, 1993, pp. ix). "Just twenty-one days after the first atomic test in the desert, the Japanese industrial town of Hiroshima was leveled by nuclear blast; never before had so many people-at least 130,000, probably more-died from a single explosion"(ibid, pp. ix-x). A new world order had been set because the Americans had a weapon than nobody else in the world could get. These standards set what could prove to be a competition of technology among the involved countries. Countries had realized that it was impossible to win a war if one was not adequately armed and as a result, governments had invested heavily in warfare. However, despite the death that resulted from the atomic bombs, it is worth noting that very many other people had died from other things, which were because of human er...

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