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    • The Great War, the great mistake 

      Jackson, Stephanie (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      The title of this thesis is the Great War: The Great Mistake. What it aims to achieve is to explain why the war happened and what can be learned from it today. The areas that will be looked into are the underlying tensions ...
    • The impact of air power on 20th century warfare 

      Reel, Gareth (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      This Final Year Project will trace the origins and development of the military aeroplane from the beginning of the 20th Century to its end. It will also examine the role and effect such machines had on 20th Century warfare ...
    • The longest graveyard in the world - mythology versus reality on the American westward trails 

      McIntyre, Chantelle (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      For my Final Year Project, my aim was to get beyond the old stories and glories of the Wild West in America to get a better understanding the real people behind the myths; good and bad. As part of my research, I employed ...
    • The man of blood - the role of king Charles in the English civil wars and the abolition of monarchy 

      Tonge, Ashley (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      There is perhaps no man who had a greater impact on England than King Charles I. The reign of the second Stuart king was tumultuous, plagued with political blunders and culminated in not just the death of a monarch but the ...
    • Should the Allies have bombed Auschwitz? 

      Conlan, Sarah Jane (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      Auschwitz concentration camp is synonymous with the intolerable suffering and persecution of people from different race, nationality, and cultures that culminated in the biggest mass murder in history. For decades historians ...
    • The spectres of Rome - discrimination against catholics in England from 1534 until 1688 

      Daly, Kevin (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      In October 2011 the 22nd Commonwealth Head of Government meeting was held in Australia to discuss the end, among other things, of discrimination against Catholics in the British Monarchy. This amendment to British law ...
    • Troublemaker or peacemaker? Margaret Thatcher and Northern Ireland 

      Coates, Daniel (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      The aim of my thesis is to highlight the events in Northern Ireland before; during and after Margaret Thatcher’s Premiership and answer the question was Margaret Thatcher a peacemaker or a troublemaker in terms of Northern ...