The Vietnam WarThe Vietnam War
Vietnamese deaths. Even today, many Americans still ask whether the American effort in Vietnam was a sin, a blunder, a necessary war, or whether it was a noble cause, or an idealistic, if failed
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How did the Bolsheviks survive the first few months in power?How did the Bolsheviks survive the first few months in power?
Russian revolutionaries, including themselves, for the previous century and they reintroduced, often in a more repressive form, long-reviled tsarist practices which had been abolished after the February Revolution
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World War I beginning (1914)World War I beginning (1914)
Serbia, Austria-Hungary waited to declare war until its leaders received assurances from German leader Kaiser Wilhelm II that Germany would support their cause in the event of a Russian intervention
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Ch. 21: World War I (wwi) 1914-1919Ch. 21: World War I (wwi) 1914-1919
U-boats (709): German submarines; Germany had a many of them which they used to block Britain
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Whap: ch 28/wwi supplemental Reading The Collapse & Recovery of Europe (1914-1970s)Whap: ch 28/wwi supplemental Reading The Collapse & Recovery of Europe (1914-1970s)
Britain and Germany, which had erupted twice in the twentieth century, seemed unthinkable. What happened to Europe, and to the larger civilization of which it was a part, during the life of this one man is the focus of this chapter
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The Cubans gained independence, but the Filipinos did not. In both instances the intervention of the United States was the culminating eventThe Cubans gained independence, but the Filipinos did not. In both instances the intervention of the United States was the culminating event
Spain. The Cubans gained independence, but the Filipinos did not. In both instances the intervention of the United States was the culminating event
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Canada: a people’s History Study Guide Canada in the 20th Century Table of ContentsCanada: a people’s History Study Guide Canada in the 20th Century Table of Contents
Lesson 4 Primary Sources Lesson 5 Laurier Days
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The History of Economic Thought The Mercantilists 1500 – 1780The History of Economic Thought The Mercantilists 1500 – 1780
They were living at a time when the nations were developing and merchants were increasing in importance because of the huge growth in international trade
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The French and Indian WarThe French and Indian War
Read the article and answer the questions that are in the margins. Springboard the answers
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Document: Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, March 18, 1861Document: Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, March 18, 1861
The appointments were made as Lincoln indicates here, with the exception of that of Burlingame, who was given the Chinese mission
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The International Jew The World\The International Jew The World's Foremost Problem Henry Ford
Jews Foresee the World War? 15. Is the Jewish "Kahal" the Modern "Soviet"? 16. How the "Jewish Question" Touches the Farm 17. Does Jewish Power Control the World Press? 18. Does This Explain Jewish Political Power? 19
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Vietnam War number 1Vietnam War number 1
Ho Chi Minh was a tiny man, frail in appearance and extremely deferential. He wore simple shorts and sandals. To his followers, he was known simply as “Uncle Ho.”
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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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Versailles revisitedVersailles revisited
Manfred Boemeke, Gerald Feldman and Elisabeth Glaser, The Treaty of Versailles: a reassessment after 75 Years. Cambridge, uk: German History Institute, Washington, and Cambridge University Press, 1998
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Introduction of world war 1Introduction of world war 1
By the time World War I ended in the defeat of the Central Powers in November 1918, more than 9 million soldiers had been killed and 21 million more wounded
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