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Chapter 34 - Interior SW Asia

Chapter 34 - Interior SW Asia

Chapter 34 - Interior SW Asia. 3 bands of green, white, and red; the national emblem (the word Allah in the shape of a tulip, symbol of martyrdom) ALLAH AKBAR (God is Great) in white is repeated 11 times along the bottom edge of the green band and 11 times along the top edge of the red band.

By ostinmannual
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What we will learn today

What we will learn today

What we will learn today What we will learn today: Why was there a problem in Vietnam? Why did the USA get involved? The location of Vietnam Why was there a problem in Vietnam? Before World War II, Vietnam was a French colony. During the war, Vietnam had been occupied by the Japanese.

By ostinmannual
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Russia and the Republics

Russia and the Republics

Russia and the Republics. Most of Russian cities have a vibrant social life that can be compared in spirit to that of New York. In St. Petersburg alone there are: 2,000 libraries, 221 museums 80 theaters 100 concert halls, 45 art galleries 62 movie theaters 80 nightclubs.

By presley
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20c China: From Republic to Communist Power

20c China: From Republic to Communist Power

20c China: From Republic to Communist Power. Dr. Sun Yixian (1866 – 1925). (Dr. Sun Yat-sen). Sun Yat-sen. Nationalism Democracy or a representative Government Economic Security. Chinese Warlords, 1920s. Yuan Shi-kai. China in 1924. Mao Zedong As a Young Revolutionary. (Mao Tse-tung).

By oakes
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Causes of the building of the Berlin Wall in August 1961

Causes of the building of the Berlin Wall in August 1961

Causes of the building of the Berlin Wall in August 1961. Year 11. Causes of the building of the Berlin Wall in August 1961 ( LONG TERM MEDIUM TERM SHORT TERM). Special status Failure of the Vienna Berlin did Weakness of the

By jarah
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Dwight D. Eisenhower, our 34th President of the United States

Dwight D. Eisenhower, our 34th President of the United States

Dwight D. Eisenhower, our 34th President of the United States. Dwight D. Eisenhower: Born on: October 14,1890 in 208 East Day Street in Denison, Texas. Eisenhower was also the first president to be born in this state. Nickname:  "Ike"

By asha
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The COLD WAR, 1945-1991 Part I, 1945-1964

The COLD WAR, 1945-1991 Part I, 1945-1964

The COLD WAR, 1945-1991 Part I, 1945-1964. Causes of the Cold War:. Sovietization, 1944-48 Stalin’s security concerns Ideological goals 2. Truman doctrine, 1947-> Containment (announced March 1947) Marshall plan (European Recovery Program): Total: $13.3 billion. THE SOVIET BLOC.

By gwyn
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The War Ends

The War Ends

The War Ends. The Main Idea President Nixon eventually ended U.S. involvement in Vietnam, but the war had lasting effects on the United States and in Southeast Asia. Reading Focus How did President Nixon’s policies widen U.S. involvement in the war?

By alaina
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The Vietnam War: The End of the War

The Vietnam War: The End of the War

The Vietnam War: The End of the War. Mr. Dodson. The End of the War. How did President Nixon’s policies lead to American withdrawal from Vietnam? Why did President Nixon lead a campaign promising to restore law and order? What happened in Vietnam after the withdrawal of American forces?

By edie
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Caribbean Geography

Caribbean Geography

Caribbean Geography . Mr. Langford’s Class. Overview. Learn about leading island nations Learn about island locations Learn about some of the cultural aspects of these important nations Learn about some of the colonial mother’s. The Caribbean . An area that includes over 7,000 islands

By greg
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10 th American History Unit IX – Post War America Chapter 29 – Section 3 – The End of the War

10 th American History Unit IX – Post War America Chapter 29 – Section 3 – The End of the War

10 th American History Unit IX – Post War America Chapter 29 – Section 3 – The End of the War. Why are we in Vietnam?. “Domino Theory”- Eisenhower Stop Aggression Protect our reputation- our “credibility ”. The End of the War. The Big Idea

By zola
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Decolonization in Vietnam and India

Decolonization in Vietnam and India

Decolonization in Vietnam and India. How did Nationalism affect them?. Postwar Vietnam. The DRV (Democratic Republic of Vietnam - Vietminh) had taken advantage of France and Japan’s power struggle over Vietnam to organize their intentions of gaining independence

By salena
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Location, Climate, & Natural Resources

Location, Climate, & Natural Resources

Location, Climate, & Natural Resources. Unit 6 Notes. Latin America. How do location, climate, and natural resources affect where people live and how they trade in Latin America? Let’s take a closer look at Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, & Cuba…. Mexico’s Location.

By paley
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Where are we now?

Where are we now?

Where are we now? . Our current global situation. Trends of the past 30 years…. Cold War ended USA became most dominant world power some nations on the rise?... Many nations struggle with democracy & human rights Globalization intensifies Environmental crises grow

By adara
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The Vietnam Era

The Vietnam Era

The Vietnam Era. 1954 – 1975. Background . Vietnam a colony of France from 1884 – 1954 Vietnamese unsuccessfully resisted French rule for 70 years 1954  Vietnamese defeated French at the Battle Of Dien Bien Phu

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Mao Zedong and the Chinese Revolution

Mao Zedong and the Chinese Revolution

Mao Zedong and the Chinese Revolution. Republic of China . The Qing Dynasty was over thrown by Chinese nationalist in 1912. The Dynasty had ruled China since the 1600s. The new government was be known as the Republic of China led by Sun Yixian . Sun Yixian vowed to end foreign control

By dior
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1945: The Cold War Begins

1945: The Cold War Begins

1945: The Cold War Begins. Rivalry between the United States and the U.S.S.R Democracy and the Free Enterprise System v. Communism and Command Economic System. Superpowers. 1. Why are these two nations “Superpowers”?. By 1945, there were two Chinese governments.

By bert
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Strategy of Revolutionary War

Strategy of Revolutionary War

Strategy of Revolutionary War. Lesson Objectives.

By tod
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Canada in 1970’s

Canada in 1970’s

Canada in 1970’s. I. Economic Challenges II. Regionalism III. Canada-American Relations IV. Canadian Foreign Policy V. Social Issue – do the Hustle A. Women B. Immigration C. Multiculturalism VI. Trudeaumania. The 1970’s - Can you dig it?. Disco, polyester, and John Travolta

By avalon
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Chapter 17

Chapter 17

Chapter 17. World War I and the Russian Revolution. Essential Questions. Could War War I have been avoided? How did new military technologies make warfare more destructive? Did the allies lay the seeds for future problems in the peace settlement of 1919?

By albany
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