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Rebuilding Japan After WWII, The Korean War, and The Vietnam War

Rebuilding Japan After WWII, The Korean War, and The Vietnam War

Rebuilding Japan After WWII, The Korean War, and The Vietnam War. Rebuilding Japan After World War II. Japan Surrenders. In 1945, the United States dropped atomic bombs on two Japanese cities- Hiroshima and Nagasaki . The Japanese finally admitted defeat and surrendered.

By stormy
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Venezuelan Geopolitics in the Caribbean: Islas Aves 350 mi. from Ven.,90 mi. from Dominica

Venezuelan Geopolitics in the Caribbean: Islas Aves 350 mi. from Ven.,90 mi. from Dominica

Venezuelan Geopolitics in the Caribbean: Islas Aves 350 mi. from Ven.,90 mi. from Dominica. La Geopolítica en el Caribe: Un Siglo de Cambios. Presentación al Instituto de Estudios del Caribe Universidad de Puerto Rico Anthony P. Maingot 7 de octubre de 2010. A Basic Definition of Geopolitics.

By thalia
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The Cold War 1945-1991

The Cold War 1945-1991

The Cold War 1945-1991. Free powerpoints at http://www.worldofteaching.com. NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization USA, France, Great Britain, West Germany CAPITALISM. Warsaw Pact – pro Soviet countries – USSR, and all countries controlled by the USSR. COMMUNISM. Two sides of Cold War.

By steffi
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The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975

The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975

The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975 . American History (CHA3U1) Chapter 33. Introduction. The period 1954 – 1975 would see unprecedented change in all areas of American society Tremendous prosperity and power would both benefit and hurt American society. Sec. 1: Cold War Challenges (pgs. 924-29).

By federico
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VIETNAM

VIETNAM

VIETNAM. Major Carlos Rascon. SOURCES . Dupuy, Evolution of Weapons and Warfare , pp. 270-282 Preston and Wise, Men in Arms , pp. 343-354 Weigly, The American Way of War , ch. 18. LEARNING OBJECTIVES.

By farren
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A ripple diagram Use this to show how different shockwaves spread on and soon after 9/11

A ripple diagram Use this to show how different shockwaves spread on and soon after 9/11

A ripple diagram Use this to show how different shockwaves spread on and soon after 9/11. In the days after 9/11…. Newspapers and television compared 9/11 to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour that led the USA into the long and bloody Second World War.

By corbin
(216 views)

近代日本語

近代日本語

近代日本語. Modern Day Japanese 1868 - Present. Historical Overview. The Meiji Restoration 明治維新 . Satsuma and Chōshū form alliance against shogunate; support Emperor Kōmei Kōmei dies; Meiji (Matsuhito) ascends to throne at 14, 元老(げんろう) had real power

By mohammed
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The nation in crisis

The nation in crisis

The nation in crisis. AIHE Kern County, CA February 8-9, 2013 Dr. Lillie Johnson Edwards Drew University Madison, NJ. Richard M. Nixon (1913-1994) 37 th President of the United States (1969-1974). Nixon Administration’s Foreign Policies. Détente Vietnam Cambodia

By dante
(102 views)

Child Soldiers

Child Soldiers

Child Soldiers. Northern Uganda. OVERVIEW. Population below poverty: 31 % Hosts refugees Agricultural – employs over 80% of workforce Coffee is the biggest export Substantial natural resources Fertile soil, consistent rainfall, deposits of copper and gold. Seeking economy stability

By tave
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Hostile Interventions Against Enemies

Hostile Interventions Against Enemies

Hostile Interventions Against Enemies. Covert and Overt Interventions. Routinely Hostile Activities.

By said
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Unit 4: Imperialism and Progressivism

Unit 4: Imperialism and Progressivism

Unit 4: Imperialism and Progressivism. 1914-1920. Chapter 14. World War I and Its Aftermath. WWI. An Overview. 1914-1918 32 Nations 30 Million Dead $350 Billion Cost First “Total War”. I. The United States Enters WWI A. Woodrow Wilson’s Diplomacy: MORAL DIPLOMACY

By lamar
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The Cold War: Hot Wars

The Cold War: Hot Wars

The Cold War: Hot Wars. “Second Cold War Front [would be] in Asia.”. Hot War?. What is a Hot War? How is it different from a “Cold War?” Why are Hot Wars important to remember in the Cold War Unit?. Princess Bride clip. Background:

By penney
(149 views)

Missile Controls

Missile Controls

Missile Controls. ENGR 315A Prof. P. Ribeiro Presented by: Craig Mulder. Outline. Afghanistan – How do they do that? Types of Missile Controls Physical Controls Inertial Navigation System (INS) Global Positioning System (GPS) Terrain Contour Matching (TERCOM) Conclusion.

By helena
(207 views)

World War I The Great War

World War I The Great War

World War I The Great War. Starts : August, 1914 Ends : November, 1918 25 million people died. WWI quotes. “The war to end all wars” - Woodrow Wilson “The war fought to make the world safe for democracy” - Woodrow Wilson. Important dates for WW I.

By makoto
(120 views)

The Cold War Turns Hot

The Cold War Turns Hot

The Cold War Turns Hot. Korean War & Vietnam War. Introduction.

By quito
(319 views)

US History

US History

US History. Goal 6. H-O-H: Why did America join the imperialist club at the end of the 19c?. Reasons for Imperialism. Imperialism- stronger nations extend their economic, political or military control over weaker territories  Reasons Desire for military strength

By cid
(113 views)

D-Day

D-Day

*Font intended for this PowerPoint is “Batik Regular” . D-Day. By Hank Molski. General Information. “D-Day” was the first part of the Allied Invasion of Normandy Took place on June 6, 1944 195,700 Allied naval and merchant navy personnel were involved on “D-Day”

By minh
(130 views)

No End In Sight

No End In Sight

No End In Sight. By: Samantha Gray. War in Iraq. Iraqi civilian death over 100,000 4,439 US troops casualties 54% under 25 years old 72% is US Army US wounded is 32,033 20% have serious brain injuries 30% serious mental health problems (can return home for 3-4 months). Cost of War.

By vera
(122 views)

America as a World Power

America as a World Power

America as a World Power. Chapter 18 Section 4. I Teddy Roosevelt & the World. Japanese set up Korea as indep. State but Russia had set their sights on Korea Japan attacks Russian P ac. Fleet destroys it completely and then destroys European fleet Japan retained control of Korea.

By daphne
(163 views)

Vietnamization : The Game

Vietnamization : The Game

Vietnamization : The Game. c reated by Brooke Safferman . Vietnamization was a policy of the Richard Nixon administration as a result of:. A) The first bombings of Hanoi and Haiphong B) MLK’s assassination by James Earl Ray C) the Viet Cong’s Tet Offensive

By zahina
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