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Handouts-peace media and counterterrorismHandouts-peace media and counterterrorism
The following notes are from Peace Journalism How To Do It, by Jake Lynch and Annabel McGoldrick
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Media releaseMedia release
The extraordinary group of inspiring Australians in the running for the Australian of the Year Awards 2015 is now finalised, with all State & Territory Award recipients announced at a series of events around Australia over the past three
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Gcse study Materials gcse assignment: HaigGcse study Materials gcse assignment: Haig
Study Source a. (page 9). Do you agree with this interpretation of the importance of the Battle of the Somme? Use the source and knowledge from your studies to explain your answer
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The Catastrophic Break ThroughThe Catastrophic Break Through
Dam was designed to create a reservoir as a storage point of the L. A. Aqueduct. The rapidly-expanding city demanded a reservoir to provide a larger water supply
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World War 1 & World War 2World War 1 & World War 2
Britain, Soviet Union, United States, Canada, and 47 other nations were part of the allies. Some cause of World War 2 are the Treaty of Versailles which ended World War 1, the Great Depression, the 3 axis countries were totalitarian
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Document lists for 11th grade: document list for side aDocument lists for 11th grade: document list for side a
Document H: Martin Pengelly, “The Maine Lesson of Gettysburg: Real History is Never So Romantic as Reel,” The Guardian, 2013
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