Theme B: Conflicts and Cooperation in the Twentieth-Century WorldTheme B: Conflicts and Cooperation in the Twentieth-Century World
Theme b of the History Curriculum and Assessment Guide (S 4-6) (2007). The sample tasks included in this booklet demonstrate different ways of conducting assessment for learning
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Forgotten Victims of World War II: Hungarian Women in Soviet Forced Labor CampsForgotten Victims of World War II: Hungarian Women in Soviet Forced Labor Camps
Per oltre quarant’anni fu proibito loro di parlare delle loro terribili esperienze. Fu soltanto dopo la fine del regime comunista, quando il loro destino fu rivelato grazie ad interviste e studi pubblicati in Ungheria
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First World War (1914-1918) = The Great War = The War to End all Wars = Total War Long Term Causes: [animal]First World War (1914-1918) = The Great War = The War to End all Wars = Total War Long Term Causes: [animal]
Weltpolitik German colonial expansion policy = arms and naval races as well as rivalry between Britain and Germany
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A terrifying legacyA terrifying legacy
The *s c n of two worldwide *c n L c s ended with the I of a nuclear w that had the p to destroy the entire *p. An uneasy “c war” between the u states and the s union followed the w
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Alliances: formal agreements between countries or nations which states that in case of threat, one country will cooperate and protect the other. This was a major cause of w nationalismAlliances: formal agreements between countries or nations which states that in case of threat, one country will cooperate and protect the other. This was a major cause of w nationalism
Alliances: formal agreements between countries or nations which states that in case of threat, one country will cooperate and protect the other. This was a major cause of ww1
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From: Erooth Mohamed SubjectFrom: Erooth Mohamed Subject
Subject: a question for the Pope: Was it Muhammad who was flying those Bombers over Beirut?
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Woodrow wilson and the treaty of versaillesWoodrow wilson and the treaty of versailles
Peace Without Victory,” in other words, a peace where nobody was punished. To help insure this, Wilson came up with a plan called the 14 points. The fourteen points included many ideas about what to do with the defeated nations and how to
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