How to Do Research Like a Boss!

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Primary vs. Secondary Sources

The Scattershot Method

The Ultimate Method!

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  • His upbringing.
  • His role in World War II.
  • The politics of World War II (you can probably skip actual battles and just focus on what the politicians on all sides of the conflict were doing).
  • A timeline of important events throughout his life and the events surrounding it.
  • You can even write notes about the people giving you the primary and secondary sources, such as comments about who you think is biased and why.

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