Spanish Explorer Major AccomplishmentSpanish Explorer Major Accomplishment
Spain in 1485. When he was about 18, he sailed for the island of Hispaniola, then the Spanish headquarters in the West Indies. He was a soldier and a farmer before he sailed for Diego Velasquez to help conquer Cuba in 1511
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Braunau, Austria in 1889. He was the fourth child in his family. His father was a minor customs official for the government, which required the family to move to a number of small towns in Austria. His mother always indulged Hitler as a
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Hitler and Stalin have both had an altering affect on history due to their actions and beliefs. However, one must agree that Adolf Hitler’s passion for cruelty and his legacy to the world make him, by far
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Holocaust survivor video library (youtube links for works cited) Children of the HolocaustHolocaust survivor video library (youtube links for works cited) Children of the Holocaust
Child Holocaust Survivor Describes Family's Wartimes Experiences: Shimon (Sjema) Greenhouse was born in 1932 in Krasna, Belarus to a traditional Jewish Zionist family
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Free state high court, bloemfontein republic of south africaFree state high court, bloemfontein republic of south africa
Saflii note: Certain personal/private details of parties or witnesses have been redacted from this document in compliance with the law and saflii policy
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After Germany lost the First World War, the Kaiser fled and a new democratic government of Germany was declared in February 1919 at the small town of Weimar. It was too dangerous to make a declaration in Berlin where there were riots
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Historical Context of Fiction One Hundred Years of SolitudeHistorical Context of Fiction One Hundred Years of Solitude
Solitude is perhaps the most important, and the most widely read, text to emerge from that period. It is also a central and pioneering work in the movement that has become known as magical realism
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Japanese Internment CampsJapanese Internment Camps
Coal was hard to come by, and internees slept under as many blankets as they were allotted. Food was rationed out at an expense of 48 cents per internee, and served by fellow internees in a mess hall of 250-300 people
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