Liberty who started the Committees of correspondenceLiberty who started the Committees of correspondence
Ben Franklin- was an inventor, statesman, diplomat, signer of the Declaration of Independence and oldest delegate to the Constitutional Convention. Writer of Poor Richard’s Almanac
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Contents 1 acknowledgements 15 abbreviations 19 introduction 22 No means is too evil for these puppeteers and warmongers. They even sink their own ships, as in the case of the \"Athenia,\" letting innocent people perish 39 chapter 1 47Contents 1 acknowledgements 15 abbreviations 19 introduction 22 No means is too evil for these puppeteers and warmongers. They even sink their own ships, as in the case of the "Athenia," letting innocent people perish 39 chapter 1 47
Propaganda, ‘co-ordination’ and ‘centralisation’: the Goebbels network in search of a total empire 47
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Athenian BoysAthenian Boys
Athens, a port on the Aegean Sea, was a major trade center. It traded goods such as olive oil and grapes for much needed wheat. Athens developed a strong navy. Large fleets of fighting ships called triremes defended Athens
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Please Read the Following Information Before You Complete the QuestionnairePlease Read the Following Information Before You Complete the Questionnaire
Approximately 140,000; Approximately 40,000 men were citizens; and slaves (about 40,000). By 432 bc, Athens had become the most populous city-state in Hellas. In Athens and Attica, there were at least 150,000 Athenians, around 50,000 aliens
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Emergence of modern europeEmergence of modern europe
Two Popes ruled simultaneously; one in Rome and the other in Avignon, which caused problems with the Catholic Church
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Who was to blame for starting ww1?Who was to blame for starting ww1?
Read through the information and complete the table at the end of this document. Then complete these three tasks
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The Road to RevolutionThe Road to Revolution
Overall main idea: American resentment and resistance increased as the British government passed new laws to pay for, protect and control the colonies after the French and Indian War
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Do the commanders of the First World War deserve their reputation as ‘Butchers and Bunglers’?Do the commanders of the First World War deserve their reputation as ‘Butchers and Bunglers’?
To break the stalemate on the Western Front Tanks, aeroplanes, and poison gas were used and direct attacks with troops going over the top. Even the German generals
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British generals field Marshall Douglas HaigBritish generals field Marshall Douglas Haig
In December 1915, he became Commander in Chief of the British Army on the Western Front
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Unit 4 Regional Civilizations (1400 B. C.—A. D. 1650) Chapter 10Unit 4 Regional Civilizations (1400 B. C.—A. D. 1650) Chapter 10
This chapter will introduce you to the Byzantine Empire, the religion of Islam, and the golden age of Muslim civilization
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Name: The American RevolutionName: The American Revolution
At the start of the American Revolution, the British Army was the strongest army in the world. You will read how the Americans were able to defeat the powerful British Army
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Summary of Evidence Arab-Israeli conflict \Summary of Evidence Arab-Israeli conflict '73
Syria was going for the total destruction of Israel and the recapture of the Golan Heights The war has various names, in Israel it is called the Yom Kippur War as war broke out on the Israeli religious holiday called Yom Kippur
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How Does History Explain Why Germany Changed the Structure of Its Government? A classroom Activity and Explanatory Performance Task Grade 9 CivicsHow Does History Explain Why Germany Changed the Structure of Its Government? A classroom Activity and Explanatory Performance Task Grade 9 Civics
Acknowledgements: Ms. Denise Weiner, Private Consultant in collaboration with the University of Delaware’s Professional Development Center for Educators
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Evolution of Absolutism in France Henry of Navarre becomes King Henry IVEvolution of Absolutism in France Henry of Navarre becomes King Henry IV
Edict of Nantes. Gave Huguenots the right to live in peace and have their own churches in some cities
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The Persian Wars PrequelThe Persian Wars Prequel
The Greek city-states were small and separate. A great danger appeared. They faced a large, united enemy. This was the mighty Persian Empire. The Athenians (Athens) saw the danger from the Persian Empire. They took the lead in fighting it
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