PLEASE DO THIS PAPER ON THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION!!!!! For this assignment, I have given you a bit of leeway, and . . . I expect you to have a little fun and be creative. You find yourself in a Time Machine—if you are a Dr. Who fan, perhaps you are in a moving blue phone booth—and you quickly see an instruction sheet next to a computer screen. Of course, you discover this after you are done screaming for several moments in terror. The instruction sheet informs you that you can stop the machine only once and that if you do not do the following correctly, you will be trapped in another land and time with no hope of return! You are to stop the machine in any of the places we have studied in this course. But, to pick your location, you need to consider some points. You will need to know about this place and time. You will need to be able to converse about events occurring, and those that happened immediately before that influence this period. To do this, you should choose a location that most intrigued you with the discussions, the primary source readings, and the text. In your essay, describe what you see, what you hear, what is being said amongst the public and elite. You will need to choose at least four primary source documents to use in your essay (you must cite these), and you will need to explain why this period is so significant in your viewpoint (at least two must be ones we have used in this course: use the History Department resources tab see the syllabus, for more). After all, you did stop your time machine here. Some other points to consider: what problems do you see occurring, how does this period compare to modern civilization, and can this period (or place, depending on how you frame yourself) correspond to a place you have lived or visited? Additionally, you should find at least two photos of the place you visit (use a Google Image search, of course, cite these, and they do not count as part of the five pages of text). When you find these photos, do not use the first ones you see. Search the images and even scroll down a few pages. Looking at the pictures will also help you define your story (think back to the lessons and all of the visual material that I’ve used in class . . . images are part of the text and narrative, as they expand, refine, and explain daily life). Most importantly, have fun provide no more than five pages of double-spaced, Times New Roman text, cite anything paraphrased or quoted, be precise, and tell the meaning of this material. Do note: you may NOT do the Industrial Revolution, Enlightenment, or Age of Exploration. You need to pick a top of world history, NOT US HISTORY, to do this exploration project on.