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The Decision To Use the Atomic BombThe Decision To Use the Atomic Bomb
Intercepted internal Japanese government communications seen in War Department magic reports (Alperovitz 23) and Japanese communications with diplomats and military attachés around the world indicate that the only thing impeding Japanese surrender was the Allied
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Unit Title: Interpreting the Past – The Case of the “Bloody Massacre” Designed by: Fran O’Malley Director, Delaware Social Studies Education ProjectUnit Title: Interpreting the Past – The Case of the “Bloody Massacre” Designed by: Fran O’Malley Director, Delaware Social Studies Education Project
This unit has been created as an exemplary model for teachers in (re)design of course curricula. An exemplary model unit has undergone a rigorous peer review and jurying process to ensure alignment to selected Delaware Content Standards
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Women, gender, families, and households in the southern coloniesWomen, gender, families, and households in the southern colonies
Edmund S. Morgan's brief Virginians at Home were isolated early attempts to address this deficiency. Largely descriptive, both books offered useful and often compelling portraits of women and domestic life, particularly among the gentry
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Review of African Political EconomyReview of African Political Economy
Kenyan initiative, it is more likely than not that the talks will be added to the long list of unsuccessful efforts at national reconciliation in Somalia
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Ordinary men by Christopher R. Browning, HarpersCollins Publishers, Inc.; New York, ny (1992)Ordinary men by Christopher R. Browning, HarpersCollins Publishers, Inc.; New York, ny (1992)
Hitler’s willing executioners by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Vintage Books a division of Random House, Inc.; New York (1996)
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Critical political economyof the media in lusophone southern africaCritical political economyof the media in lusophone southern africa
Lusophone Southern Africa, specifically Angola and Mozambique. Media ownership and the messages distributed to the public in these countries are similar because they share a history that is the Portuguese colonial legacy with its policy of
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