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Part 1: Google Iris Chang
Include a paragraph discussing the expertise of the author of this article along with her credentials. Google Iris Chang and find out some of her accomplishments. Things to think of:
What has she published?
What does she specialize in?
What are her interests?
What is her educational background?
What happened to her?
Part 2: Read The Rape of Nanking by Iris Chang
Include at least 1 and a half pages summarizing the main points in this excerpt. You must provide examples throughout the entire article, not just a few pages. I included additional excerpts from the book. I recommend reading them to get a more in-depth understanding of the atrocities that were committed against the Chinese people. Include in-text citations. Part 3: Google Jean-Francois Steiner
Include at least a paragraph discussing the expertise of the author of this article along with his credentials. Google Jean-Francois Steiner and find out his life story. Things to think of:
Where was he born?
What has he published?
What was his occupation?
What happened to his father?
Part 4: Google Kurt Franz (also known as “Lalka” by the prisoners at Treblinka)
Include at least a paragraph discussing the background of Kurt Franz. Google Kurt Franz and find out his life story. You could mention his profession.
You could mention groups he belonged to.
You could discuss his childhood. Part 5: Treblinka by Jean-Francois Steiner
Include at least 1 page summarizing the main points in this excerpt. Include in-text citations. Part 6: Do you think Kurt Franz (“Lalka”) found his work distasteful? Why or why not? Google Kurt Franz and find additional outside research about him. Provide at least a half page to answer this question. Include the source you used.For example, if you use World History Connected, an online History journal, you would write:According to World History Connected, an Online History journal, yada yada yada. (Do not write yada, yada yada in your paper!)