History of Warfare Creative writing essay (Read Carefully thank you)

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Below you will find three possible essay topics.  As before, your job is to pick one of the three and write a 3-5-page paper on it.
As you read through the topics, imagine that, again, what youre seeing is our version of an RPGthat is, a Role Playing Gamenot a Rocket-Propelled Grenade!
When you choose a topic:1. think about what you already know about the period2.  consider what the topic asks you to do3. do some research, using lectures, the textbook, the library, and the internetand, of course!your own imagination4. make an outline of what you want to sayand this doesnt mean one of those massive things full of Roman numerals and upper case and lower case lettersjust a simple numbered list, to help you set in order what you want to say5. then writeand feel free to add maps and illustrations!  Creativity is wildly ENCOURAGED!!!  (As you knew that it would beHey, its us!)
A) Make sure your essay is at least 3 complete pages before including images, double-spaced with 1 margins in 12 point Times New Roman font. This will probably come out to about 1000 words, at the least.B) Make sure to include in-text citations when you use information from your research. (Yes, this will disrupt the flow of your fiction; yes, thats okay). If theres a resource you included in your works cited page, it must show up somewhere in the in-text citations, and vice versa. If youre unsure how to use in-text citations in MLA, heres a helpful resource with examples:https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.htmlC) Use specifically one of the provided scenarios as your writing prompt. For example, in the first essay, one of the prompts was Outis giving advice to Epaminondas. If you chose that scenario, then you were to write about Outis giving advice to Epaminondas, not about some other soldier giving advice to some other general.This advice should also be relatively sound, given what you have learned in class: if someone were to challenge your military strategy or historical knowledge, you ought to be able to use your class notes and outside research to back yourself up. Think of your research as your reinforcements!

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3. Its early 1879 and the British are invading the kingdom of the Zulus.  You are the senior induna (general) of the Zulu King, Cetshwayo,and, having learned of British intentions back in the summer of 1878, have had your spies busy learning all they can about the British army which is about to advance into the kingdom.  The King knows very little about the Britishexcept that theyve been inventing excuses to attack his kingdom for reasons which seem to him completely made up, just to justify their invasion.He has now called upon you to explain the British:  what their army is made up of, what weapons it has, how it might fight.  Have they learned anything from the Boers about Zulu weapons and tactics and what to do about them?  What advantages do the Zulu have in facing the British?  What dangers do they face?  And what, exactly, is the indunas plan for defeating this British army and driving it out of the kingdom?You make a speech to the king in which you provide him with as much information as you can about the Red Soldiers,and their advantages,but also how the Zulu might still defeat them. 

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