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Wealth & Poverty

Wealth & Poverty

Wealth & Poverty. High-income nations have highly industrialized economies; technologically advanced industrial, administrative & service occupations; & relatively high levels of per capita income (Examples are Australia, New Zealand, Japan, European nations, Canada and the United States).

By jaden
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Where are states located?

Where are states located?

Where are states located?. Chapter 8, key issue 1. overview. State: area organized into a political unit with a sovereign government Sovereignty: independence and control over internal affairs US States are not states in this sense Problems: Defining states

By MartaAdara
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Mt4: The causes and effects of WW2

Mt4: The causes and effects of WW2

Mt4: The causes and effects of WW2. Learning Goal/Essential question: Lt2: E xplain what Germany, Italy and Japan did to expand their empires/control in the 1930s. Lt3: Understand why European leaders choose to appease the totalitarian leaders prior to the outbreak of WW2.

By Rita
(194 views)

Cruisin’ the World

Cruisin’ the World

Cruisin’ the World. The world is forever changed. The World in 1500 A.D. New World vs. Old World. New World North America South America. Old World Europe Asia Africa.

By paul
(402 views)

Era: The U.S. Becomes a World Power (1890-1920)

Era: The U.S. Becomes a World Power (1890-1920)

Era: The U.S. Becomes a World Power (1890-1920). The U.S. became a world power by:. Extending its power over other territories and nations (Imperialism) Helping to win WWI. Reasons for Imperialism. Industrial Revolution

By libitha
(123 views)

Aim: What are the causes of the French Revolution?

Aim: What are the causes of the French Revolution?

Aim: What are the causes of the French Revolution?. Causes of the French Revolution. Absolute Monarchy with a WEAK LEADER Louis XVI American Revolution Enlightenment Ideas Liberty, Freedom, Limited Government Financial Problems Overspending: Luxury and War

By bluma
(234 views)

Ch.11 Sec. 3 Age of Napoleon

Ch.11 Sec. 3 Age of Napoleon

Ch.11 Sec. 3 Age of Napoleon. Main Idea Napoleon built a vast empire, but lost it also. Nationalism spread as a result of the French Revolution. I. Rise of Napoleon. Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769. He went to a military school in France on a scholarship.

By inara
(258 views)

The Scramble for Africa

The Scramble for Africa

The Scramble for Africa. King Leopold.

By fleta
(659 views)

France’s Ultimate Monarch

France’s Ultimate Monarch

France’s Ultimate Monarch. Louis XIV. Religious Wars Create a Crisis . Henry IV = 1 st king of Bourbon dynasty Catholics hate Henry b/c he’s Protestant, so he switched to Catholicism 1598 – Henry declared religious tolerance for the Huguenots = Edict of Nantes. Henry IV Continued.

By tevin
(179 views)

THE FIRST WORLD WAR

THE FIRST WORLD WAR

THE FIRST WORLD WAR. 1914-1918. CAUSES OF THE WAR. Historians have traditionally cited four long-term causes of the First World War NATIONALISM – a devotion to the interests and culture of one’s nation IMPERIALISM – Economic and political control over weaker nations

By diamond
(138 views)

12.1: Development of the Cold War

12.1: Development of the Cold War

Ch. 12: The Cold War: a state of diplomatic hostility b/w the US & the USSR from 1945 – 1991 (the end of WWII to the collapse of the Soviet Union. 12.1: Development of the Cold War. I. Confrontation of the Superpowers. Seeds of the Cold War: WWI & Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (1917-18)

By peers
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1945: Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

1945: Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

1945: Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 1963: Hot line links US and USSR / Limited Test Ban Treaty. 1946: Churchill’s i ron curtain speech. 1964: China detonates atomic bomb. 1947: Truman Doctrine. 1966: Minuteman II goes on alert.

By arich
(202 views)

12.1: Development of the Cold War

12.1: Development of the Cold War

Ch. 12: The Cold War: a state of diplomatic hostility b/w the US & the USSR from 1945 – 1991 (the end of WWII to the collapse of the Soviet Union. 12.1: Development of the Cold War. I. Confrontation of the Superpowers. Seeds of the Cold War: WWI & Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (1917-18)

By loring
(132 views)

Discuss this questions with the person next to you and be prepared to share with the class

Discuss this questions with the person next to you and be prepared to share with the class

Discuss this questions with the person next to you and be prepared to share with the class. If your friend had a problem with someone else, would back them up? Why or why not? Would the other person’s friends back them up? What would eventually happen?. Marching Toward War. Nationalism

By julius
(95 views)

Europe Goes to Africa…this time it was for land -- (colonization)

Europe Goes to Africa…this time it was for land -- (colonization)

Europe Goes to Africa…this time it was for land -- (colonization). Everyone wanted a piece of Africa. European Colonization . Slavery ended around the 1880’s…but Europeans wanted something else from Africa… LAND, RESOURCES, MONEY & POWER!

By talli
(169 views)

Early Colonization

Early Colonization

Helton/Hurst U.S. History Chapter 3 Section 1. Early Colonization. Standards. 8.2.spi.4. recognize the economic activities of early America (i.e., agriculture, industry, and service). 8.5.spi.7. recognize the historical impacts of European settlement in North America. . Vocabulary .

By eamon
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Postwar America 1945-1960

Postwar America 1945-1960

Postwar America 1945-1960. Chapters 24 and 25. Nuremberg Trials. War Trials were setup in one of Hitler’s most supportive cities, Nuremberg 12 Nazi leaders were sentenced to death

By fia
(138 views)

IN YOUR HEAD Match the alliance the following countries belonged to:

IN YOUR HEAD Match the alliance the following countries belonged to:

IN YOUR HEAD Match the alliance the following countries belonged to:. Great Britain. Austria Hungary. Triple Alliance. Triple Entente. France. Germany. Russia. Militarism. Focus for this lesson. .. IMPERIALISM and NATIONALISM You will gain an awareness of what we mean by the word

By honora
(132 views)

Imperialism Causes and Effects

Imperialism Causes and Effects

Imperialism Causes and Effects. Mr. Bach Hudson High School Accelerated World History. Cause #1: Raw Materials. Industrialization throughout Europe depended on raw materials. Countries need to establish colonies to provide raw materials. Cause #2: Investment Opportunities.

By zareh
(130 views)

M.A.I.N. CAUSES OF WWI

M.A.I.N. CAUSES OF WWI

M.A.I.N. CAUSES OF WWI. M.A.I.N. Causes. Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism Click when ready to go on. Militarism. When a nation’s armed forces come to dominate a country’s national policy. It is also a glorification of the military and war itself. Click when ready to go on.

By Rita
(2 views)

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