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Theodore Parker (Alex Eiffert)Theodore Parker (Alex Eiffert)
Congregational Society of Boston, and became a Unitarian preacher. Parker continued life combating what he viewed as unjust organizations, specifically slavery. In 1857, he became ill with tuberculosis
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Alexander the GreatAlexander the Great
Emperor of the Mughal Empire in India. He is considered to be their greatest ruler. He is responsible for the expansion of his empire, the stability his administration gave to it, and the increasing of trade and cultural diffusion
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Black PanthersBlack Panthers
In October 1966, Huey Newton and Bobby Seale took Malcolm’s ideas too heart. They then continued to found a Black Panther Party for self-defense and to push the civil rights movement. Which became a huge influence for civil rights and
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General Topic 2: British Foreign Policy, c. 1902-1939General Topic 2: British Foreign Policy, c. 1902-1939
The significance and consequences of the main developments in British foreign policy to 1939
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French Revolution Study Guide MatchingFrench Revolution Study Guide Matching
The orb and scepter are falling from Napoleon’s hands. What does this mean? The buildings on the right are Russian. The buildings on the left are British. Why did the cartoonist include these buildings? Write a title for this cartoon that reflects
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Causes of the french revolution long term reasonsCauses of the french revolution long term reasons
The French Revolution was, like the Russian Revolution of 1917, the result of a combination of short-term and long–term factors, triggered off by the momentous events of a single year, in this case 1789
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Cesar Chavez You will note that the book includes study questions with each chapter after the epilogue. If you look those questions over in advance, you will have a solid foundation to build upon for this assignmentCesar Chavez You will note that the book includes study questions with each chapter after the epilogue. If you look those questions over in advance, you will have a solid foundation to build upon for this assignment
Below you will find questions from each of the chapters. You are to select one question from each chapter and write thoughtful paragraphs addressing the question. Also, respond to questions that are underlined
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The Portuguese Colonization and the Problem of East Timorese NationalismThe Portuguese Colonization and the Problem of East Timorese Nationalism
Documents, sources, field work and research work were not included in these discourses; but they founded, and sometimes justified and manipulated, some of the memories which presently characterise knowledge on East Timor
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Bases de nuestro gobiernoBases de nuestro gobierno
Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. Students also learn about several Founding Fathers, including Benjamin Franklin, and their contributions to communities that have influenced history
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Acf fall tournamentAcf fall tournament
The reputations of congressmen James Brooks and James Patterson and Vice President Schulyer Colfax were ruined when it was revealed that they had been given stock in a company run by Oakes Ames
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1485 Battle of Bosworth Field1485 Battle of Bosworth Field
Henry Tudor defeats Richard III at the battle. This begins the reign of the Tudors. Henry VII is a very competent but arguably not popular King
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World War II study Guide Explain how the Treaty of Versailles led to World War IIWorld War II study Guide Explain how the Treaty of Versailles led to World War II
It punished Germany too harshly and led to economic depression. It explains why the German people were desperate to follow a strong leader like Hitler
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Winning the Wrong WarWinning the Wrong War
While the Bush administration claimed that Iraq had been liberated three years prior, the steady rise of violence that culminated in the complete breakdown of social order between 2006 and 2007 was a clear indicator that the mission had
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The decline of chivalry in the fifteenth centuryThe decline of chivalry in the fifteenth century
Arthurian, coloured by concepts such as courtly love on the one hand and a spiritual element aspiring to achievements such as the search for the Sangraal – a complex model which some would say was always an impossibility and which would be challenged by a series
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