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Enlightenment/Absolutism to Age of Revolutions comprehensive review questions for the final examination
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Korea Study GuideKorea Study Guide
Note: I have mixed the reading notes and the Module questions I have essentially taken the notes from each module and synthesized them into various key concepts. These include not only the module questions and vocabulary but other information
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Honors U. S. History Mr. Lucot The Korean War “The Forgotten War”Honors U. S. History Mr. Lucot The Korean War “The Forgotten War”
James describes it, North Korean artillery and mortar barrages began hitting South Korean positions along the 150-mile width of the peninsula, shortly followed by invasion forces totaling over 90
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Chapter 8 & 11 An Age of Empires: Rome and Han China, 753 B. C. E. 330 C. EChapter 8 & 11 An Age of Empires: Rome and Han China, 753 B. C. E. 330 C. E
Answer each question in one short paragraph (3-4 sentences), giving the definition, dates, and significance
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The tea plant from China became one of the most important commodities of British trade, and the need to acquire tea lead to the expansion of the Empire and to several wars
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Basic GeographyBasic Geography
Indian subcontinent, a self contained region that contains India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and, depending how you define it, Nepal and Bhutan. We call the sub-continent self-contained because it is a region that is isolated on all sides by impassable terrain
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