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14 juillet

14 juillet

14 juillet. Bastille Day!. “La Fête Nationale". … is the National Day of France and is celebrated on the 14th July. We call this day: "Bastille Day". In France, it is a national holiday which is celebrated all over the country.

By Antony
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Accomplishments

Accomplishments

Aim/Goal: How did Mohandas Gandhi’s philosophy of civil disobedience lead to India’s independence? Do Now: What are the consequences of independence? Homework: Create an obituary for Gandhi. Born October 2, 1869 - died January 30 1948 Major political and spiritual leader of India

By berenice
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Unit 2

Unit 2

Unit 2. To what extent should nationalist interest be pursued?. Chapter 6 – Nationalism and Ultranationalism. What words would you use to describe the figure of Stalin in the image? What message does the image send about life in the Soviet Union?

By pete
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Nationalism : in the late 19 th & Early 20 th Centuries

Nationalism : in the late 19 th & Early 20 th Centuries

Nationalism : in the late 19 th & Early 20 th Centuries . Nationalism became a dominant force in Western society beginning in the late 19th century . Second French Republic.

By quanda
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Library of Congress Subject Headings

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Library of Congress Subject Headings. Review. LCSH. What is the entire work about?. Find appropriate heading in LCSH. Look for Appropriate Subdivisions In LCSH. Is your subject heading sufficiently precise?. Search for appropriate subdivision in SCM:SH. Add geographic

By shing
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THE AMERICAN CENTURY

THE AMERICAN CENTURY

THE AMERICAN CENTURY. CHAPTER 28 (744-771). THE POSTWAR ECONOMY. Many were worried about a postwar depression and continued to be willing to employ federal authority to stabilize the economy

By aveline
(142 views)

The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution. . Pre-Revolutionary Russia. Only true autocracy left in Europe No type of representative political institutions Nicholas II became tsar in 1884 Believed he was the absolute ruler anointed by God Russo-Japanese War (1904) – defeat led to pol. instability.

By kiora
(69 views)

The Holocaust – Part II

The Holocaust – Part II

The Holocaust – Part II. Race-based Genocide, 1933 - 1945. Transported to Concentration Camps.

By sabin
(49 views)

The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution. -Key Concepts-. I. Pre-Revolutionary Russia. Only true autocracy left in Europe No type of representative political institutions Nicholas II became Tsar in 1884 Believed he was the absolute ruler anointed by God Revolution broke out in 1905

By kato
(111 views)

The End of the Cold War - Part I

The End of the Cold War - Part I

The End of the Cold War - Part I. Opposition to Communist Rule. Direction of life Restrictions of freedom Restrictions on creativity Shortages Lack of luxury goods Concentration on armaments Poor housing

By gladys
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By: Mary Waldman, Reed Clements, Kayla Rankins, Caroline Scott, and Paige Dilday

By: Mary Waldman, Reed Clements, Kayla Rankins, Caroline Scott, and Paige Dilday

By: Mary Waldman, Reed Clements, Kayla Rankins, Caroline Scott, and Paige Dilday. Rise of Stalin. By: Reed Clements. Rise of S talin. Process,characteristics , personality, tactics(secret police, indocrtination , propaganda, censorship, religion, persecution, great purge, labor camps).

By nuwa
(116 views)

The Future of Democracy and Human Rights in Iran

The Future of Democracy and Human Rights in Iran

The Future of Democracy and Human Rights in Iran. Location : Southern Methodist University , Time : 3:00 p.m Participants : Ali Reza Nourizadeh , Mojtaba Vahedi , Oscar Morales, Aliakbar Moussavi Khoeni

By plato
(148 views)

Merida Initiative

Merida Initiative

Drugs, Guns, and US Policies in Mexico: Lessons from the Mexican Human Rights Organization Comité Cerezo. Merida Initiative.

By yanni
(81 views)

Basic Democracy

Basic Democracy

Basic Democracy . Our class is going on a field trip to a restaurant! Rules: We will choose one restaurant. Everyone must agree on which one restaurant to go to. First you will read restaurant reviews and vote on your top two choices.

By minty
(182 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Vocabulary 18. Vocabulary 18. Vocabulary 19. Vocabulary 19 . Music. 10 Point. 10 Point.

By haroun
(155 views)

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. 4-6. indescribably. Adverb Unusually; extraordinarily. The rainbow we saw was indescribably beautiful!. concentration camp. Noun A fenced and guarded camp for keeping prisoners of war, refugees, and political prisoners. overawed. Adjective

By shaw
(121 views)

The French Revolution "Radical" Phase: 1793-1794

The French Revolution "Radical" Phase: 1793-1794

The French Revolution "Radical" Phase: 1793-1794. The “Second” French Revolution. The National Convention: Girondin Rule: 1792-1793 Jacobin Rule: 1793-1794 [“Reign of Terror”] Thermidorian Reaction: 1794-1795 The Directory  1795-1799. Attitudes & actions of monarchy & court.

By shino
(142 views)

The French Revolution

The French Revolution

The French Revolution. The French Revolution and the beginning of a new United States of America both happened in 1789. The French Monarchy: 1775 - 1793. King Louis XVI Queen Marie Antoinette. Europe on the Eve of Revolution. Key Terms.

By egan
(332 views)

The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution. -Key Concepts-. I. Pre-Revolutionary Russia. Only true autocracy left in Europe No type of representative political institutions Nicholas II became Tsar in 1884 Believed he was the absolute ruler anointed by God Revolution broke out in 1905

By guang
(134 views)

SOL Review 1

SOL Review 1

SOL Review 1. 1. Which of these nations failed to approve the Treaty of Versailles? A.) Germany B.) England C.) United States D.) France. 2. In 1917, Lenin: A.) tried to force Mexico into war with the United States B.) murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand

By tea
(81 views)

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