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THE TRANSCAUCASUS, TURKEY, & IRAN

THE TRANSCAUCASUS, TURKEY, & IRAN

THE TRANSCAUCASUS, TURKEY, & IRAN. PS 555. ADMINISTRATIVE. We’ll stop early so you can evaluate me and the course Please take it seriously What did you like? Readings, assignments, discussion, web, powerpoint What would improve the course? Seniors see me if you have questions

By Antony
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The Federalist Era – 1789 -1817

The Federalist Era – 1789 -1817

The Federalist Era – 1789 -1817. Washington’s “Life Mask”. Washington’s “Death Mask”.

By qamra
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The Scramble for Africa

The Scramble for Africa

The Scramble for Africa. King Leopold.

By fleta
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Opioids

Opioids

Opioids. Natural opiates Semi-synthetic opiates Synthetic opiates Endogenous opiates Opiate antagonists. History of opioids. Opium, the sap of the seed pod of Papaver somniferum , referred to as early as 3000 B.C. and found in Spanish burial sites dated 4200 B.C.

By ratana
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The Romantic Age

The Romantic Age

The Romantic Age. Values of Romanticism. Rejection of: simplicity, proportion and restraint. Romantics valued: Feeling, Intuition, Passion, Imagination, Spontaneity. Revolutions and Rights. 1776-- American Revolution 1789-- French Revolution

By melody
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U.S. Political Culture, U.S. Political Institutions September 14, 2007

U.S. Political Culture, U.S. Political Institutions September 14, 2007

U.S. Political Culture, U.S. Political Institutions September 14, 2007. The Pledge. Who is this?. Tyranny and Democracy were thought to be undesirable extremes. King George III. George Washington. Colonial Life. Under British control for 100+ years Property, free religion & other rights

By gamada
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The SOUTH african war 1899 – 1902

The SOUTH african war 1899 – 1902

Resisting British Control. The SOUTH african war 1899 – 1902. Introduction. The SOUTH african war 1899 – 1902.

By ayoka
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Iran

Iran

Iran. Iran. Mostly arid plateau around 4,000 ft. 67,000,000 population 31% under age 15 66.4% urban 2 nd largest oil exporter within OPEC 51% Persian, 24% Azeri, 7% Kurd 89% Shia Muslim $7000 GDP per capita 16% Unemployment Life expectancy 69.3 72% Literacy

By renardo
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Southwest and Central Asia

Southwest and Central Asia

Chapter 17 – The Eastern Mediterranean Chapter 18 – The Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and Iran Chapter 19 – Central Asia. Southwest and Central Asia. Chapter 17: Eastern Mediterranean. Turkey Syria Cyprus Lebanon Israel Jordan. Chapter 17: Eastern Mediterranean PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.

By asis
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Retail Meat New Zealand 23 March2012

Retail Meat New Zealand 23 March2012

Retail Meat New Zealand 23 March2012. Presentation by DAVID BAINES General Manager Alliance Meats. INDUSTRY WORLD SCENE PRICING TRENDS ALLIANCE GROUP POSITIONING/MARKET UPDATE INDUSTRY OPPORTUNITIES. WHERE ARE WE TODAY - Industry.

By trixie
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Geo-Political and Economic Impacts of the Mandate System

Geo-Political and Economic Impacts of the Mandate System

Geo-Political and Economic Impacts of the Mandate System. By: Ben Hilse, Christina Morrissey, Conner Taylor, Kayla McCollum, Jesse Sutherland, and Amy Toner. What is a Mandate? . Established by Article 22 of the League of Nations Covenant June 28, 1919

By horace
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The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. 1775-1783. Imperial Competition. During the early 18 th century, there was a major competition between the French and British over colonial territory.

By brie
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Who were the Great Powers in the World by 1900?

Who were the Great Powers in the World by 1900?

Who were the Great Powers in the World by 1900?. Considering the whole unit ( Ch 22-26 The Age of European Dominance) from the Industrial Revolution up to the Turn of the Century, explain how Europeans came to dominate the world. E uropean Imperialism and the Turn of the Century.

By darin
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Situation Awareness Pre-Deployment Briefing CDC /PHPR/DEO/SA Section

Situation Awareness Pre-Deployment Briefing CDC /PHPR/DEO/SA Section

Situation Awareness Pre-Deployment Briefing CDC /PHPR/DEO/SA Section. AFGHANISTAN. Afghanistan is a mosaic of ethnic groups, and a crossroads between the East and the West. It has been an ancient focal point of trade and migration.

By jamuna
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Sunday March 23 rd 2014 Lauren Perfect Haileybury lauren.perfect@haileybury.vic.edu.au

Sunday March 23 rd 2014 Lauren Perfect Haileybury lauren.perfect@haileybury.vic.edu.au

HTAV Student Lectures. Sunday March 23 rd 2014 Lauren Perfect Haileybury lauren.perfect@haileybury.vic.edu.au. American Revolution. Revolutionary Ideas, Leaders, Movements and Events 1763 (End of French and Indian War) – 1776 (Declaration of Independence) .

By halden
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The British Rule of India

The British Rule of India

The British Rule of India. The British Empire. The Devilfish in Egyptian Waters. How did the British rule India?. It wasn’t a sudden process The British - Took over from the declining Mughal Empire A trading relationship at first. Kicking India around. How did the British rule India?.

By marlon
(437 views)

Chapter 7: The Fight for a Continent

Chapter 7: The Fight for a Continent

Chapter 7: The Fight for a Continent. p. 232-251. Lesson 1: The Spanish Move North p. 232-236. EQ: How does New Spain expand by establishing colonies in Florida & New Mexico in the 1500s and 1600s? Vocabulary: Hacienda Presidio El Camino Real Pueblo Revolt. B. D. E. A. C. F.

By devi
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Napoleon Bonaparte Background: born in 1769 to lesser nobles in Corsica, French artillery officer at first

Napoleon Bonaparte Background: born in 1769 to lesser nobles in Corsica, French artillery officer at first

Napoleon Bonaparte Background: born in 1769 to lesser nobles in Corsica, French artillery officer at first favored the REV and a fiery Jacobin, during Thermidorian Reaction his defense of the new regime won him a command in Italy. By 1795, French arms/diplomacy shattered the 1st Coalition

By ermin
(108 views)

Why did the Europeans go exploring?

Why did the Europeans go exploring?

Why did the Europeans go exploring?. GOLD New trade routes opened up new opportunities for wealth GOD Missionaries spread Christianity GLORY Explorers considered heroes; countries competed for colonies. The Crusades.

By wattan
(96 views)

British India

British India

British India. British East India Company.

By edita
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