American Grand Strategy During the Cold War and After Marc TrachtenbergAmerican Grand Strategy During the Cold War and After Marc Trachtenberg
American power, or should a fundamentally different sort of system be brought into being, a system in which the American role is far more limited—a system in which the United States is transformed from “hegemon” to “off-shore balancer”?
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Maus Prologue, Ch. 1 & 2 QuestionsMaus Prologue, Ch. 1 & 2 Questions
What is your first impression of Vladek Spiegelman? What does his remark about friends suggest about his personality? How does it foreshadow revelations later in the book?
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The First World War – the biggest and most horrible war the world had seen. Known as the Great War because so many people died
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Long Term Causes of World War ILong Term Causes of World War I
Before ww I the Great Powers of Europe negotiated a system of alliances, just as you have done. This system of alliances helped provoke ww I
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Ch 31 review Review QuestionsCh 31 review Review Questions
The used terrorism to put down the socialist movement in Spain
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Borgoumont and the Battle of the Bulge As told by Dr. Bastin in 1951 Translated by Benno Deckers of La Gleize in 2005Borgoumont and the Battle of the Bulge As told by Dr. Bastin in 1951 Translated by Benno Deckers of La Gleize in 2005
In the middle of the night the American soldiers who were staying in the village and attending a dance party had been suddenly placed on alert. Since daylight we knew that German paratroopers had been taken prisoner
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The Battle of the Ardennes Malmedy, Belgium 16 December 1944 – 23 January 1945The Battle of the Ardennes Malmedy, Belgium 16 December 1944 – 23 January 1945
In early December, 1944, the 30th Infantry Division was in a more-or-less static combat situation, with much aggressive patrolling going on, probing into the German defenses in the vicinity of Langweiler, Germany
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So what? (Significance / Impact / Consequences)So what? (Significance / Impact / Consequences)
The Battle of Ypres was the first taste of trench warfare for Canadian troops. This was the first battle in which poison gas was used. Canadians suffered terrible losses
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After wwi, both the countries of Italy and Germany faced many problems. There were food shortages and unemployment. The economies and governments of both countries were very weak
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Rewriting Russia\Rewriting Russia's Revolution Evan Mawdsley discusses how scholarship both inside and outside the Soviet Union, spurred on by the political somersaults in the East, is revising our view of Lenin, the events of 1917 and after
E was completed (in March 1990) the news media all over the world showed workmen in Bucharest trying to demolish a twelve-ton statue of the leader of the Russian Revolution, Vladimir Lenin
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ViewTrack. By Graham DarbyViewTrack. By Graham Darby
Graham Darby argues that the Bolshevik success of 1917 was rooted in the failings of the Provisional Government and the aspiration of ordinary people
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Propaganda total War and the use of propaganda in Britain and GermanyPropaganda total War and the use of propaganda in Britain and Germany
Unlike earlier wars, which involved relatively small numbers of soldiers on the battlefield, it affected many aspects of the lives of civilian populations and demanded enormous sacrifices and support from them
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The de Gaulle Problem Marc TrachtenbergThe de Gaulle Problem Marc Trachtenberg
Garret Martin puts his finger on the key problem. Did de Gaulle, he asks, actually have a “grand design, that is to say an overarching and ambitious vision to reshape international affairs”?
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Wwi applicable for use in Australian Curriculum: Year 9 HistoryWwi applicable for use in Australian Curriculum: Year 9 History
Discuss the video, finding out prior knowledge that students have about wwi. (10 minutes)
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The Roman Empire (A. D. 14–180 )The Roman Empire (A. D. 14–180 )
Pax Romana, or "Roman peace," a time when no military force on earth could equal the power of Rome. The "barbarians" were out there, of course—in particular the Germans
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