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The World Cups - 1962-1978

The World Cups - 1962-1978

The World Cups - 1962-1978. It took place in different countries, every four years. In 1962 it took place in Chile In 1966 in Great Britain In 1970 in Mexico In 1974 in Germany In 1978 in Argentina. Chile World Cup (1962 ).

By emily
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Attack on Pearl Harbor

Attack on Pearl Harbor

Attack on Pearl Harbor. By Emily Faber. That mornings map. December 7, 1941 the early morning. The attack was planned by Isoroku Yamamoto The first attack occurred at 7:55 a.m. The second attack followed at 8:54 a.m. Attack Visual.

By issac
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World War I Pictures

World War I Pictures

World War I Pictures 1914-1918 Map of Europe during WWI What sparked the beginning of WWI? The assassination of an Austrian prince Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife. Alliances (gangs) of countries went to war with each other. What brought U.S. into WWI?

By ostinmannual
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The Railroaders

The Railroaders

The Railroaders Based on a true story 1984, Crewe, Cheshire, England The Railroaders A sports comedy/drama Screenplay by Gary Delaney The Railroaders

By andrew
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H A L L O W E E N

H A L L O W E E N

H A L L O W E E N h i s t o r y o f h a l l o w e e n Start from 2500 years ago Celts living in the Great Britain believed that human is mastered by gods They also believed that Samhain,the death god,would come back to the earthly world with the dead at the night on october 3l

By andrew
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Timeline for Roman Britain

Timeline for Roman Britain

Timeline for Roman Britain. 43 CE: Invasion of Claudius 60 CE: Boudicca Revolt 78-85: Agricola governor of Britain 120: Handrian’s Wall 140” Severan Wall 200s and 300s with large number of Roman troops, Britain avoids and later causes imperial instability; Britain prospers.

By Ava
(359 views)

After WWII,Britain and France divided up Korea. After WWII, the US and the USSR were called “superpowers”.

After WWII,Britain and France divided up Korea. After WWII, the US and the USSR were called “superpowers”.

After WWII,Britain and France divided up Korea. After WWII, the US and the USSR were called “superpowers”. East Germany and Poland were names of Soviet satellites. From 1945-89, the US and the USSR were enemies and fought each other several times. Nuclear weapons caused peace.

By Antony
(479 views)

Housing and Consumer Economics Study Tours

Housing and Consumer Economics Study Tours

Housing and Consumer Economics Study Tours. Washington DC July 9 - July 25 2001. Why Go to Washington DC?. Earn credit hours toward your degree while having a WONDERFUL experience Opportunity to make contacts for future internships and / or job Get to know your classmates Exciting city .

By flora
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Great Britain

Great Britain

Great Britain. Britain is an island in the Atlantic Ocean and it is situated in the north-west of Europe. Starting from 1801 along with Northern Ireland. It forms the United Kingdom. The borders are Anglesey, Isle of Wight, the Hebrides Islands, the Orkney Islands and Shetland Islands.

By LeeJohn
(304 views)

Africa: Independence

Africa: Independence

1. 4. 5. 2. Africa: Independence. 3. Africa: Independence 1. Algeria - bloody struggle with France. 1. 4. 5. 2. Africa: Independence. 3. Africa: Independence 1. Algeria - bloody struggle with France 2. Kenya - Kenyatta leads fight against Great Britain. 1. 4. 5. 2.

By Roberta
(395 views)

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence. Terri LeCroy Corbett Walhalla Elementary November 4, 2003. Declaration of Independence. Rough Draft of Declaration courtesy of American Mind Collection. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. It took him two weeks.

By Rita
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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
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Student Notes: Chapter 19 Anglo-Saxons and Irish

Student Notes: Chapter 19 Anglo-Saxons and Irish

Student Notes: Chapter 19 Anglo-Saxons and Irish. EQ - Chapter 19. How did civilization develop in the British Isles?. Chapter 19 Geography. The British Isles (off the West Coast of Europe) consist of Great Britain, Ireland, and many other smaller islands. Connections to Rome.

By paul
(308 views)

Modern U.S. History World War I Test Review

Modern U.S. History World War I Test Review

Modern U.S. History World War I Test Review. What was the immediate cause of World War I (event that started it off)?. Assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand (heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary). What were the four long-term causes of World War I?. Imperialism Nationalism

By Leo
(294 views)

Tourism Statistics Report Greenland 2018

Tourism Statistics Report Greenland 2018

Tourism Statistics Report Greenland 2018. Table of Contents. Executive Summary page 3 Introduction page 4 Flight Passenger Statistics Flight Passenger Statistics page 5 Accommodation Statistics Accommodation Statistics – Number of Overnight Stays 2018 vs 2017 page 6

By Olivia
(182 views)

American History

American History

American History. Is history important? Why is it? Why isn’t it?. Symbols and History.

By betty_james
(173 views)

Number the Stars

Number the Stars

Number the Stars. A book about Danish life during World War II. Setting. Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1943 during WWII German forces have invaded the lands around Germany. Great Britain and France have joined forces to stop Germany .

By Ava
(332 views)

Europe

Europe

Europe. Leading countries according to GDP . Switzerland Luxembourg Sweden. Leading countries according to Land Size. Ukraine France Spain. Leading countries according to population. Germany United Kingdom Italy France. PHYSICAL CHARATERISTICS.

By andrew
(146 views)

Physical Geography

Physical Geography

Physical Geography. The Big Idea The physical geography of the Indian Subcontinent features unique physical features and a variety of climates and resources. Main Ideas Towering mountains, large rivers, and broad plains are the key physical features of the Indian Subcontinent.

By libitha
(187 views)

Early Inventions

Early Inventions

Early Inventions. Thread-Spinning Mill. Builder: Samuel Slater Year: 1789 Apprentice in one of Arkwright’s Factories (Great Britain) Produced cotton thread Rapid rate of production. Steamboat. Builder: Robert Fulton Year: 1807 First practical steamboat was called the Clermont

By JasminFlorian
(287 views)

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