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Middle of what? East of where? Derek GregoryMiddle of what? East of where? Derek Gregory
I do not divide the world between East and West. They call us the Middle East, but middle to whom? When I come to England I say I am coming to the Middle West. When I go to America I say I am going to the Far West
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7 Causes Game John d clare, 1995 Purpose of lesson7 Causes Game John d clare, 1995 Purpose of lesson
This game although it can become fairly chaotic is really excellent, and leads to some deep insights into the reasons war came in 1914
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Author Sara Cohan Magazine Title Social Education pg 333–337 DateAuthor Sara Cohan Magazine Title Social Education pg 333–337 Date
I am confident that the whole history of the human race contains no such horrible episode as this. The great massacres and persecutions of the past seem almost insignificant when compared with the sufferings of the Armenian race in 1915.”
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Chapter nineChapter nine
Organisation took place in America, in Seattle. Delegates were met by a large demonstration, which ended in a riot both by some of the demonstrators and by the police
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Long Term Causes of World War ILong Term Causes of World War I
Before ww I the Great Powers of Europe negotiated a system of alliances, just as you have done. This system of alliances helped provoke ww I
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Battle of the Somme The Battle of the Somme started in July 1Battle of the Somme The Battle of the Somme started in July 1
The Battle of the Somme started in July 1st 1916. It lasted until November 1916. For many people, the Battle of the Somme was the battle that symbolised the horrors of warfare in World War One
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The Russian Revolution of 1917 By Professor Gerhard Rempel, Western New England CollegeThe Russian Revolution of 1917 By Professor Gerhard Rempel, Western New England College
Mensheviks. The key issue was the relationship of revolution to war. Unlike the other socialist, Lenin actually was in favor of war at this time, because he thought it would weaken capitalism and prepare the ground for revolution
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Chapter 29: Wilsonian Progressivism, 1912–1916Chapter 29: Wilsonian Progressivism, 1912–1916
Theodore Roosevelt, who formed his own third party called the p or “Bull-m ” Party. The authors state that in this election the people were offered the choice between “two varieties of progressivism.” What was the main difference between
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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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World War I europeWorld War I europe
The day after general mobilization was enacted, Austria-Hungary's ally Germany declared war on Russia prior to expected Russian intervention against Austria-Hungary
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William Taft, was elected President. President Taft served one term. In 1912, Woodrow WilsonWilliam Taft, was elected President. President Taft served one term. In 1912, Woodrow Wilson
President Wilson believed that nations should negotiate when they had problems: Their leaders should meet to talk together and work out agreements. In that way, he hoped that conflicts could be settled peacefully
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Exercise 1: Alliance System Exercise 2: Arms RaceExercise 1: Alliance System Exercise 2: Arms Race
Europe was now divided into two hostile ‘armed camps’. Some Historians believe that the existence of these alliances made it more likely for a war involving one of these countries, would lead to war between all of the Great Powers
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World History Review SheetWorld History Review Sheet
Characteristics of feudalism, manorialism, Japanese feudalism, and the caste system
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The great war: world war IThe great war: world war I
Directions: Read each section independently and answer the questions that follow. You will turn this in for classwork credit at the end of each class period
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The great war: world war IThe great war: world war I
Directions: Read each section independently and answer the questions that follow. You will turn this in for classwork credit at the end of each class period. If you don’t finish the assigned section during class
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