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So, my History EE topic is: How did the strategy and mobile armored divisions of Nazi Germany affect the outcome of the Battle of the Bulge? Yeah, yeah, I've already read that you shouldn't do a World War II Extended Essay, but it's a little late for that. I'm getting ready to turn in my first draft, and I'm worried it won't sound interesting when my advisor reads it. It's a lot of technical specs on the Panzer tanks and discussion on battle strategy, wrapping up with an explanation of how even though the tanks were good, the strategy wasn't, and how that affected the outcome. I think it's interesting, but I love watching documentaries on history, I'm a fourth-year member of our school's History Club, and I just love history in general, especially World War II. So, if you've done a History EE, were you ever worried about sounding boring? If so, what did you do? I mean, I figure since my mentor is a World History teacher and one of two History Club sponsors, he surely can't be too bored by it, right? I mean, if history bored him, he would have to be really bad at picking careers.