Announcing the Sixth Annual Western Front Association - Phi Alpha Theta Undergraduate Essay Prize competition.
The award is open to undergraduates at American colleges and universities. It consists of a check for $700 and a certificate. Runners-up certificates may also be awarded.
The essay of from 12 to 15 pages typed double spaced in 12-point font must contribute to a better understanding of the impact of World War One on the United States and its people. Essays may cover virtually any aspect of the world conflict of 1914-1918 over the period from 1912 (the Second Moroccan Crisis) to 1924 (The Dawes Plan). There must be evidence of the use of primary sources.
Full reguirement details, a listing of previous winners, the names of the award panel judges, and the text of the winning essay for 2004 are available at the Western Front Association (WFA) website at the following web address (look under News & Events).
Dr. Graydon A. (Jack) Tunstall, Jr.
Phi Alpha Theta
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler Ave. SOC 197
Tampa, FL 33620-8100
Ph (800) 394-8195
Fax (813) 974-8215
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