Discuss the nature, the impact, and the legacy of the Great War on individuals, societies, and humanity. End your essay by answering the question: If you had to sum up the impact of the Great War in one word, what would that word be and why? Section I – Introduction: Introduce the reader to the global dynamics leading up to the Great War and briefly examine the causes and early phases of the war. As importantly, introduce the reader to your assertions about the impact and legacy of the war. Section II – Analyze the impact of the war on individuals. Examine for the reader the everyday lives of the soldiers on the front. Use the primary sources and consider questions such as: What do the written words tell us about the experiences of these soldiers? How do the works of art express what the soldiers experienced during the war and how they are dealing with, or not dealing with, that experience? What differences can you see between the European and American perspectives on the war? How do these men view the war and their role therein? Section III – Examine the lasting remembrances of the war. Define for the reader how individuals and societies have chosen to commemorate and remember the loss and destruction of WWI and explain to the reader what that remembrance tells us about the impact of the war on those individuals and societies. Explore how remembrance varies from nation to nation and the reasons for that variation. Section IV – Define the lasting legacy of the war. Explain to the reader the most important and lasting legacies of the war. Examine the war’s impact on 20th century politics and economics, its impact on peoples and societies, and its impact on nations and governments. Section V – Conclusion: Conclude your essay by summing up for the reader the role of World War I in the ultimate creation of the 20th century world. End your essay by answering the question: If you had to sum up the impact of the Great War in one word, what would that word be and why? Document. (Author Last Name); Journal. (Author/Editor Last Name); Textbook. (Kennedy, pg); Video. (Title). References to the art must be cited parenthetically by an abbreviated title and artist (Wounded, Dix). References to the memorials must be cited parenthetically by the title (Skeleton Memorial).