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Scholars Day 2007, Wednesday, April 11

Three Hypotheses and a Bomb Plot

Four papers will be presented. Students will discuss hypotheses from their research and one will analyze a bomb plot. 1) Matt Moran will demonstrate that the US Merchant Marine was an essential key to American victory in World War II and demonstrate this by using his grandfather's biography. 2)Layla Arnold will describe how she fell in love with a bomb plot, spent last summer in London researching it and what it all means. 3)John Fraioli will argue that the Russo-Japanese War was a crital turning point in the run-up to World War I. 4)Krysten Collier will compare Kaiser Wilhelm II and Tsar Nicholas II as major causes for the European catastrophe that dominated the entire 20th century, World War I.

Presenters: Layla Arnold (Undergraduate Student)
Krysten Collier (Undergraduate Student)
John Fraioli (Undergraduate Student)
Matthew Moran (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: History
Location: 122 Hartwell
Time: 1:15 pm (Session III)

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