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Middle Ages Pathfinder IntroductionMiddle Ages Pathfinder Introduction
Medieval life was influenced by the Germanic people with the practices of ancient Rome and Greece. Some accepted Christianity and the church became the binding force in Europe during this feudal period
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Era of global wars – part 1: World War I, The Russian Revolution & The Interwar Years DirectionsEra of global wars – part 1: World War I, The Russian Revolution & The Interwar Years Directions
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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American Cultures Sample Thesis Statements – Part 1American Cultures Sample Thesis Statements – Part 1
Fierce opposition from big business slowed the growth of unions and organized labor during the later half of the 19th century
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Chapter 6 The Engorgement of Evil: The Holocaust from War Crime to Trauma Drama byChapter 6 The Engorgement of Evil: The Holocaust from War Crime to Trauma Drama by
If we bear this suffering, and if there are still Jews left, when it is over, then Jews, instead of being doomed, will be held up as an example
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Medieval Times WebQuest a discovery of the Past IntroductionMedieval Times WebQuest a discovery of the Past Introduction
Some people adopted the ways of their Roman neighbors accepting Christianity as their religion, farming the land and trading with merchants. The church became the single force that bound Europe together during this feudal period
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An Arms Race Threatens Global DestructionAn Arms Race Threatens Global Destruction
Cold War, the superpowers engaged in a costly and deadly arms race. They built nuclear weapons that could destroy entire cities. Among these weapons were long-range nuclear missiles called icbms
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American history tech II upAmerican history tech II up
The concepts of historical thinking introduced in earlier grades continue to build with students locating and analyzing primary and secondary sources from multiple perspectives to draw conclusions
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The Making of Modern America 1929-PresentThe Making of Modern America 1929-Present
The end of the Cold War brought about communism's fall in many parts of the world and the triumph of democracy. A new world was at hand—or so it seemed Long-hidden national and ethnic rivalries flared into violence in various parts of the
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Understand the Stalinist Revolution and describe Stalin’s strategy for achieving rapid industrialization
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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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Era of global warsEra of global wars
Name: McKenna: World History II
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How China Sees America: The Sum of Beijing\How China Sees America: The Sum of Beijing's Fears Nathan, Andrew J; Scobell, Andrew. Foreign Affairs
Even when U. S. officials speak sweetly and softly, their Chinese counterparts hear sugarcoated threats and focus on the big stick in the background
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Chapter 39: The Cold War ExpandsChapter 39: The Cold War Expands
United States and the Soviet Union were deeply involved in the Cold War. A key weapon in the struggle between the superpowers was espionage
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Nazi GermanyNazi Germany
Martin Niemoller, a Lutheran minister, preached against ruthless Nazi policies and was ultimately jailed. He later observed
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