2 essays for the subject of the world history between the wars 1919-1939

i have 2 essays that i want an expert to do for me
each of them will be around 600 words so 1200words for the total work
and it is subject of world history between the wars 1919-1939

and please ensure that you can finish it by AEST 8pm 5th June 2014

the essays must refer to the topics that i studied for the subject, and you must use things from readings or lecture notes of this subject to support the essays. readings and lecture notes or any other supporting ideas will be uploaded as requested.

you are not allowed to copy anything from internet resources, not even a sentence, or it will mark this down.
It is very important that you need to read the lecture notes and readings before starting the essays, because i do not want any writings that are not reaching the requirments.
However, you may use sentences from lecture notes and addtional readings, or you can research data on our university library website where you will be allowed to find references from.

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DEAKIN UNIVERSITY OPEN BOOK, TAKE HOME EXAMINATION PAPER FACULTY OF ARTS AND EDUCATION TRIMESTER 1, 2014 Unit Code: AIH107 Unit Name: World History Between the Wars, 1919-1939 Access Time: From 9.30 am on Wednesday 4th June up to 9.30 am on Friday 6th June (Australian EDT). ALL CANDIDATES MUST COMPLETE THIS SECTION: ID Number: Instructions Please save a copy of this Word doc. and use it to complete your exam paper. Upon completion, submit it via the ‘Online Exam’ Dropbox folder here on the unit’s Cloud Deakin site. This is an open book, take home exam. You have a 48-hour period during which time you can consult as many sources as you wish and take as much time as you need to complete your paper. But please note: you must submit your paper before the deadline of 9.30 am on Friday 6 June. During the designated 48-hour exam period, students are not permitted to use the Cloud Deakin site for communicating with fellow students about the exam paper. All students are expected to work independently. We are using Turnitin, and any cases of suspected plagiarism or collusion will be referred to the Faculty’s Academic Progress and Discipline Committee. (Plagiarism occurs when a student passes off as the student’s own work, or copies without acknowledgement as to its authorship, the work of any other person. Collusion occurs when a student obtains the agreement of another person for a fraudulent purpose with the intent of obtaining an advantage in submitting an assignment or other work. Any work submitted as part of this exam paper may be reproduced and/or communicated for the purpose of detecting plagiarism and collusion.) While the conditions are different to a normal exam, you should construct your responses in a typical fashion to other exam papers. Your responses must be in essay form, but do not include footnotes or a bibliography. It is good practice, however, to refer to relevant historians (or schools of thought) in order to support your arguments and to...