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Post-Cold War American Foreign Policy

Post-Cold War American Foreign Policy

Post-Cold War American Foreign Policy Part I: The Bush and Clinton Years What have been three goals of American foreign policy during the post-Cold War era? Foreign aid Humanitarian aid Support for human rights

By niveditha
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H. Marcuse: Lessons from The Diary of Anne Frank

H. Marcuse: Lessons from The Diary of Anne Frank

H. Marcuse: Lessons from The Diary of Anne Frank. Teaching primary sources The Diary as a primary source Lessons from the Diary. Teaching Primary Sources. Educational research (Wineburg, AERJ , 1991) Historians engage in dialog with sources Students read to glean information

By omer
(298 views)

An overview of Canada’s refugee policy

An overview of Canada’s refugee policy

An overview of Canada’s refugee policy. Canadian Council for Refugees March 2005. Refugees are part of Canada. From 1995 to 2004 Canada welcomed more than 2.1 million immigrants. This included 265,685 (12% of the whole) refugees granted permanent residence.

By darby
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The Holocaust “Never Forget, Never Again.”

The Holocaust “Never Forget, Never Again.”

The Holocaust “Never Forget, Never Again.”. By: Tim Green. Background. Hitler’s new order in Europe grew out of his racial obsessions outlined in his autobiography: Mein Kampf or “My Struggle.”. Background.

By avi
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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Nazi Anti-Semitism The “Final Solution”

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Nazi Anti-Semitism The “Final Solution”

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Nazi Anti-Semitism The “Final Solution” Faces of History: Anne Frank The World Reacts. The Holocaust. The Holocaust. Main Idea

By kitra
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Looking to the West (1860-1900)

Looking to the West (1860-1900)

Looking to the West (1860-1900). Moving West. Push Factors Crowding back East Displaced farmers Former slaves Eastern farmland expensive Ethnic and religious repression in Europe Haven for outlaws. Pull Factors Government incentives Pacific Railway Act Morrill Land-Grant Act

By mary
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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank . Vocabulary . Typhus . Definition: An acute, infectious disease transmitted by lice or fleas. Part of Speech: noun Sentence: Anne and Margo die of Typhus. . BBC.

By nevan
(172 views)

Night

Night

Night. By Elie Wiesel. Systematic persecution of European Jews began as soon as the Nazis gained control of Germany's government in 1933. Within two years, the party decreed the Nuremberg Race Laws , which deprived Jews of German citizenship.

By lovie
(175 views)

World War II & The Holocaust

World War II & The Holocaust

World War II & The Holocaust. Literature 8 Oak Mountain MS Information courtesy of US Holocaust Memorial Museum. The Treaty of Versailles. WWI ended with Germany being forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty forced Germany to repay all war debts and took away the German military.

By grady
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Schindler’s List

Schindler’s List

Schindler’s List. Oskar Schindler. He was a German from Czechoslovakia Born in 1908 Raised a strict catholic There were Jews in his class at school He lived next door to a rabbi growing up Before the war, he was a small time salesman and not very successful. What kind of man was Schindler.

By ehren
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Judaism

Judaism

Judaism. January 2012. Judaism. Judaism is a religious tradition associated with the Jewish people Jewish identity has both ethnic and religious elements; Jews trace their lineage to the ancient Israelite people, upon whose traditions contemporary Judaism is based

By scorpio
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1. Themes: 1920’s has been referred to as Eat, drink & be merry, for tomorrow we die

1. Themes: 1920’s has been referred to as Eat, drink & be merry, for tomorrow we die

THE ROARING TWENTIES. 1. Themes: 1920’s has been referred to as Eat, drink & be merry, for tomorrow we die Return to normalcy US turned inward--- isolationism Jazz Age first modern era in the U.S. change from a rural society to an urban. 2. Cultural clashes in US

By bunny
(124 views)

The Holocaust

The Holocaust

The Holocaust. The Nuremberg Laws. Hitler always hated the Jews At 1 st – isolate and humiliate Few people raised objection Official persecution = April 1933 Banned from work, school, society 1935 – lost German citizenship. No Where to Run. July 1930 32 countries meet

By louvain
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The Jewish Calendar

The Jewish Calendar

The Jewish Calendar. Nisan. Pesach Yom HaShoah. Pesach. Date: Nisan 15-22 (falls in March or April of Gregorian calendar) Pesach is the festival of freedom. It commemorates Moses freeing the Israelites from their enslavement under the Pharaoh in Egypt.

By kara
(175 views)

The Holocaust

The Holocaust

The Holocaust. 17.3. The Holocaust. The Nazis claimed that all non-Aryan peoples, particularly Jewish people, were inferior. This racist message would eventually lead to the Holocaust , the systematic mass slaughter of Jews and other groups judged inferior by the Nazis.

By elise
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The Holocaust

The Holocaust

The Holocaust. Chapter 19.3. Resettlement in the East.

By svea
(57 views)

Creating Modern Middle East

Creating Modern Middle East

Creating Modern Middle East . Brief history of creation of nations in the Middle East. The Beginning. An empire called the Ottoman Empire controlled what is now most of Southwest Asia. Ottomans joined the Germans and Austrians in World War I against the Allies of France, England, and Russia.

By jaser
(242 views)

Social Justice and Social Cohesion in Canada

Social Justice and Social Cohesion in Canada

Social Justice and Social Cohesion in Canada. Charles Ungerleider Directions Evidence and Policy Research Group, llp August 19, 2010. A fundamental problem of all social units. How much and what kinds of differences can the social group permit or sustain and still remain a cohesive group?.

By glenys
(156 views)

German History/Anne Frank Background Notes

German History/Anne Frank Background Notes

German History/Anne Frank Background Notes. World War I (1914-1918). Central Powers. Triple Entente. VS. Germany Austria/Hungary Ottoman Empire Kingdom of Bulgaria. France Russia United Kingdom (U.S.). Treaty of Versailles (1918 Peace Treaty). Germany had to agree to the following:

By moke
(105 views)

Holocaust

Holocaust

Holocaust. Glossary of Terms. Allies: During World War II, the group of nations including the United States, Britain, the Soviet Union, and the Free French, who joined in the war against Germany and other Axis countries. . Annihilation: The act process of being completely destroyed. .

By idana
(100 views)

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