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Chapter 9 Name: I completed this test on my own. (initials) March 27, 2015 Matching key terms and peopleChapter 9 Name: I completed this test on my own. (initials) March 27, 2015 Matching key terms and people
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question
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Apush chapters 6 & 7 Quiz Multiple ChoiceApush chapters 6 & 7 Quiz Multiple Choice
The soldier and explorer whose leadership earned him the title "Father of New France" was
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Wwii: Shaping the Modern World Applicable for use in Australian Curriculum: History wwii — Year 10Wwii: Shaping the Modern World Applicable for use in Australian Curriculum: History wwii — Year 10
Emphasising Australia in the global context of the war, historical skills are paramount in investigating the context, events and enduring significance of wwii
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Unit 4 The American RevolutionUnit 4 The American Revolution
Paul Revere's famous midnight ride is one of the legends of the Revolution. He and other alarm riders sped through the night to warn Patriots that British troops were on the move page 251
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Ch. 19 Imperialism and Modernization (1800-1914) Lesson 1 British Rule in IndiaCh. 19 Imperialism and Modernization (1800-1914) Lesson 1 British Rule in India
The Industrial Revolution speeded up the economic development of Europe and United States. It also established the way industrial nations viewed their colonies
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The Duel for North AmericaThe Duel for North America
Overall main idea: Britain’s victory in the French and Indian War pushed France out of North America, united colonists, stirred up Native American conflict and caused tensions between Britain and its colonists
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In 1885 planning had begun for the International Exposition, or World’s Fair of 1889, to celebrate the 100In 1885 planning had begun for the International Exposition, or World’s Fair of 1889, to celebrate the 100
Eiffel’s mathematical calculations, but some were worried about safety, despite design features such as guard rails and screens. Others simply viewed it as an eye sore that would overpower the city’s other
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The nationalist movement in indo-chinaThe nationalist movement in indo-china
What did France do to increase cultivation in Vietnam? How did it affect the rice cultivation by 1931?
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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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Directions: Each of the incomplete statements or questions below is followed by five answer choices. Choose the answer that is bestDirections: Each of the incomplete statements or questions below is followed by five answer choices. Choose the answer that is best
Which of the following belief systems emerged from political disorder, did not worship a deity, and remained primarily regional beliefs?
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Edition, by Kagan, Ozment, and Turner Chapters 27 and 28-The Major Powers between the WarsEdition, by Kagan, Ozment, and Turner Chapters 27 and 28-The Major Powers between the Wars
Authoritarianism and aggression were not the inescapable destiny of Europe. They emerged from the failure to secure alternative modes of democratic political life, stable international relations, and long-term economic prosperity
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