9 th or 10 th Grade Global Studies Module the japanese economy: post wwii to the future prepared by9 th or 10 th Grade Global Studies Module the japanese economy: post wwii to the future prepared by
This module of five lessons focuses on the Japanese economy from the post World War II period to projections into the future. It was developed to be used in a course on Global Studies but it may be used as a component of World History
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Third, most Germans blamed the Weimar Republic for the country’s defeat and the bad economy, even though the Weimar Republic did not exist prior to or during wwi
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Dwight D. Eisenhower Biography Facts about Dwight EisenhowerDwight D. Eisenhower Biography Facts about Dwight Eisenhower
Eisenhower was succeeded by John F. Kennedy, who defeated Eisenhower’s vice president, Richard Nixon, in the elections of 1960. Eisenhower survived a half-dozen heart attacks over 15 years before succumbing to a final attack in 1969
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The Causes of World War II name perThe Causes of World War II name per
Mussolini created a fascist party in italy. In Japan, military leaders took over the government
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Handout 13: World War II japanese RelocationHandout 13: World War II japanese Relocation
In 1988, the U. S. government formally apologized for what is now generally seen as one of the darker episodes in American history, and provided $20,000 to each of the 62,000 internees who were still living
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Choices: Truman, Hirohito, and the Atomic BombChoices: Truman, Hirohito, and the Atomic Bomb
Japan. About 70,000 persons, some military but mostly civilian, perished in the blast and the firestorm that resulted from it. Another 50,000 died later from injuries and radiation sickness
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World War II ss5H6 The student will explain the reasons for America’s involvement in World War IIWorld War II ss5H6 The student will explain the reasons for America’s involvement in World War II
Describe major events in the war in both Europe and the Pacific; include Pearl Harbor, Iwo Jima, d-day, ve and vj days, and the Holocaust
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Ideals without Heat: Indonesia Raya and the Struggle for Independence in Malaya, 1920-1948Ideals without Heat: Indonesia Raya and the Struggle for Independence in Malaya, 1920-1948
Malay-educated intellectuals and the English-educated intellectuals emerged outside the traditional Malay hierarchies and began to visualize socio-political ideals that had the greatest impact upon the process of nation-building in Malaya
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An Introduction to the Japanese New ReligionsAn Introduction to the Japanese New Religions
They also may provide hope for the future, or direction in people's lives and invariably offer people some form of control over their destiny. And yet they also provide a link to the past. These are indeed powerful forces in the everyday lives of
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