Prehistoric BritainPrehistoric Britain
Britain was a part of the European land mass until the end of the last Ice Age, around 6000 bc, when the English Channel was formed by melting ice
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Identify the 2 most important factors that influence climate latitude and bodies of water (and mountains/elevation) Chapter 4 Culture DefineIdentify the 2 most important factors that influence climate latitude and bodies of water (and mountains/elevation) Chapter 4 Culture Define
Assess the impact of the global diffusion on advanced computer and communications
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Early Holocene Hunters & Gatherers IntroductionEarly Holocene Hunters & Gatherers Introduction
We have moved up in time to the Holocene: The geological epoch during which we now live
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Augustine May 26 First Archbishop of Canterbury, MissionaryAugustine May 26 First Archbishop of Canterbury, Missionary
Britain. They found missionary work among the invading Saxons extremely difficult and they became increasingly isolated. It is Augustine therefore who is known as “the apostle of the English” for his missionary work among the Anglo-Saxons
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Ap european History Chapter 25: imperialism, Alliances, and WarAp european History Chapter 25: imperialism, Alliances, and War
After 1870, Europe exercised unprecedented influence and control over the rest of the world
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Works Consulted Battle of HastingWorks Consulted Battle of Hasting
The battle of Hastings took place in 1066 when the king of England died. Harold the second took
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Name Core DateName Core Date
Instead, we often learn about the major events or important people that changed the way people lived. The year 1066 marks one such point in European history
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The course of world war IIThe course of world war II
Hitler launches the blitzkrieg against Poland on September 1, 1939 and within four weeks he has conquered Poland Hitler and Stalin divided it up between themselves
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Battle of Ypres (1914)Battle of Ypres (1914)
On October 19, 1914, near the Belgian city of Ypres, Allied and German forces begin the first of what would be three battles to control the city and its advantageous positions on the north coast of Belgium during the First World War
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Bring out your dead!Bring out your dead!
Corpse was tossed on top of corpse until they were like logs in a pile of firewood. Sometimes several bodies were carried out of the same house. The Black Death had struck! One person in every three would die of the plague before it ran
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Guess the Test #10 Name: Key termsGuess the Test #10 Name: Key terms
Before the Crusades, European society was organized according to the Feudal System. The symbol of wealth was land and the nobles grabbed all of it. Poor people worked for the wealthy landowners and had little or no hope of improving their lot
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The CrusadesThe Crusades
Europe and the Arab nations. Probably most disastrous was the Children's Crusade. In their trips to the Holy Land, Crusaders encountered societies far more advanced than their own
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Blitzkrieg (lightning war)Blitzkrieg (lightning war)
German forces could in turn encircle opposing troops and force surrender. The tactic was developed in Germany by an army officer called Hans Guderian
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Blitzkrieg, 1940Blitzkrieg, 1940
The British wanted to send their air force to bomb targets inside Germany but were persuaded not to by the French who feared German reprisal. The major activity consisted of dueling propaganda messages blared from loud speakers across the German and
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The United Kingdom of Great BritainThe United Kingdom of Great Britain
Parliament in London. England is noted for its "high-tech" and car industries. Scotland is a land of mountains, lakes and romantic castles. Wales is famous for its high mountains and pretty valleys, factories and coal mines
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