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1914-1918: The World at War

1914-1918: The World at War

1914-1918: The World at War. By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY. Who’s To Blame? “The world needed a great statesman to keep them out of war, but no such statesman existed”. Britain was in a power race with Germany

By Mercy
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World war II

World war II

World war II. FROM ISOLATIONISM TO GLOBAL WAR. The League and the U.S. Wilson – FDR = Relative isolationism Rejection of LON, tariff hikes, Red Scare, immigration restriction Global business growing US investments + loans = foreign purchase of US goods ‘22- unofficial observers to LON

By edmund
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AKS 48 World War II

AKS 48 World War II

AKS 48 World War II. I. Dictators Threaten World Peace – The Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis. MAIN IDEA: The rise of rulers with total power in Europe and Asia led to World War II. A. In Germany, Adolf Hitler hoped to unite all German-speaking people into a new German empire.

By awen
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Study Skills

Study Skills

Study Skills. Parents Presentation. What are study skills?. Techniques which help a student with learning. Study Skills: Overview. Motivation Rewards Time Management Reading for Learning Memory Techniques Organisation and Planning Effective Listening Note Taking and Use

By bowen
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15.3.1

15.3.1

15.3.1. Aggressors Invade Nations. Aggressors Invade Nations. By the mid-1930s, Germany and Italy seemed bent on military conquest . Japan fell under military rule . The major democracies—Britain, France, and the US—were distracted by economic problems and longed to remain at peace .

By faith
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RISE OF DICTATORS

RISE OF DICTATORS

RISE OF DICTATORS. DICTATORS. Dictator - a leader who rules a country with absolute power, usually by force Dictators are usually able to take power in countries that are suffering economically and socially

By madison
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Between the Wars

Between the Wars

Between the Wars. Test Review. A ___state is a government that aims to control the political, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural lives of its citizens. Socialist European Communist totalitarian. Answer: D . Totalitarian.

By kimi
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United States on the Western Front

United States on the Western Front

United States on the Western Front. The Battle of Chateau Thierry “The Defense of the Marne River Line” May 31 - July 10, 1918. Where: The Aisne-Marne Sector, within the town of Chateau-Thierry on the River Marne 35 miles northeast of Paris and to the town's east.

By zoltan
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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein . B Y : L A M I K A S A M P L E. He was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, in the  Kingdom of Württemberg in the German Empire. His father, Herman Einstein who was a salesman and engineer, and his mother Pauline Einstein.

By hyman
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Unification of Germany

Unification of Germany

Unification of Germany. Nationalism – where did it come from?. Has been the most powerful political force over the past 200 years French Revolution gave birth to the idea of ‘nationalism’ It restructured European boundaries along ethnic lines. 4 Goals of Nationalism.

By vinaya
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Giuseppe Mazzini

Giuseppe Mazzini

Giuseppe Mazzini. A Country is not a mere territory; the particular territory is only its foundation. The Country is the idea which rises upon that foundation; it is the sentiment of love, the sense of fellowship which binds together all the sons of that territory. Giuseppe Garibaldi.

By ryu
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World War II

World War II

World War II. Georgia Studies. Start of the War. World War II resulted from two regional conflicts between Europe and East Asia. During the 1930’s, Germany and Japan wanted to expand their borders, but in order to expand, they had to conquer other countries.

By faunus
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Hitler and Stalin Fascism and Communism

Hitler and Stalin Fascism and Communism

Hitler and Stalin Fascism and Communism. WEIMAR REPUBLIC RULES GERMANY. The victors installed many new democratic governments in Europe after World War I including the Weimar Republic in Germany Most were overwhelmed from the start and struggled economically.

By truda
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Chapter 25 Nationalism

Chapter 25 Nationalism

25.2 The Unification of Germany. Chapter 25 Nationalism. I. Prussia as Leader. Germany was a patchwork of independent states- each had is own laws, currency, and ruler Prussia became the strongest with a great military

By gracie
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Why did the First World War start?

Why did the First World War start?

Year Nine History. Why did the First World War start?. Nmg 06. The Great Powers in 1914. Europe dominated the political world in 1914 Key countries were: Great Britain Germany Austria-Hungary France Russia. Great Britain. Great Britain. Britain’s Empire was huge!. The German Empire.

By chase
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German Unification

German Unification

German Unification. Background. France and Russia had long-standing policy of keeping Germany weak and divided Nationalism came to Germany, but different from Italy Unification of the German states was one of the most significant events of the late 19 th C. Changed the balance of power

By uzuri
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Age of Nation States

Age of Nation States

Age of Nation States. Origins of Nationalism. (This slide is review !!) What is a Nation? not a state not a political entity Usually thought of as combining: common history -common language [problem in Eastern Europe] common religion self-awareness of group status. The Crimean War.

By maitland
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The Rise of German Nationalism

The Rise of German Nationalism

The Rise of German Nationalism. 1830s-1870s. The Unification of Germany. This is a map of the German Confederation, which was established in 1815 and survived until 1867. Economic nationalism.

By ianthe
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MAYO

MAYO

The Unification of Italy. MAYO. Italian Nationalist Leaders. King Victor Emmanuel II. Giuseppi Garibaldi [The “Sword”]. Giuseppi Mazzini [The “Heart”]. Count Cavour [The “Head”]. Pope Pius IX. Sardinia-Piedmont: The “Magnet”. Romantic Republicans.

By june
(139 views)

German and Italian Unification

German and Italian Unification

German and Italian Unification. Key Personalities: The King of Piedmont Victor Emanuel II and prime minister Count Camillio di Cavour King William I and Otto Eduard von Bismarck Emperor Francis Joseph and Count Beust and Hungarian Ferencz Deak. Tools: Machiavellian methods

By lamar
(153 views)

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