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If you can read Hebrew you can see the report in an evening newspaper from 48

If you can read Hebrew you can see the report in an evening newspaper from 48

The children of the kindergarten classes in Akko climbed on Napoleon hill to reproduce the first hoisting of an Israeli flag on the hill, in 48 when Akko became part of Israel!. If you can read Hebrew you can see the report in an evening newspaper from 48.

By HarrisCezar
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le lieu

le lieu

Read the poem by Eugène Dabit – a French writer who served in the French army in the trenches between 1916 and 1919 including being part of the occupying army in Germany at the end of the war. What do you think about the poem we have read? How does it make you feel?

By fiachra
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The Maginot Line

The Maginot Line

By: Dustin Ferguson. "If you entrench yourself behind strong fortifications, you compel the enemy to seek a solution elsewhere.“ CLAUSEWITZ. The Maginot Line.

By susannah
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The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages (1300-1450)

The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages (1300-1450)

The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages (1300-1450). Or “The Calamitous 14 th c.”. Why the “calamitous 14 th c.”?. From historian Barbara Tuchman’s The Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th c.

By ethelda
(240 views)

How did the assassination lead to War?

How did the assassination lead to War?

How did the assassination lead to War?. In June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated while visiting Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. This spark off a process that led to war throughout Europe within a few weeks.

By luboslaw
(273 views)

Cinco de Mayo: 5 th of May

Cinco de Mayo: 5 th of May

Cinco de Mayo: 5 th of May. Celebrating the Mexican Victory at the Battle of Puebla 1862. Setting the Stage…. Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821 and struggled through the American War 1846 – 1848 and the Mexican Civil War of 1858 These events ruined Mexico’s economy

By liana
(150 views)

Sandro Botticelli

Sandro Botticelli

Sandro Botticelli. 1444 - May 17, 1510. I’m Italian, with power. Botticelli worked under the patronage of Lorenzo de’ Medici (A.K.A the first mafia) Born Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi, Sandro. But changed his name to Botticelli by a nickname meaning little barrel . A Word From my Sponsor.

By taniel
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The Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871

The Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871

The Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871. Background. Four southern states remained independent and not part of the North German Confederation - Hesse-Darmstodt, Bavaria, Wurtemberg and Baden. (See map P64 Cameron). Bismarck knew that he could not simply annexe these states.

By diane
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Alsace and Lorraine and Problems in the Balkans

Alsace and Lorraine and Problems in the Balkans

Alsace and Lorraine and Problems in the Balkans. Today we are learning. Why the areas of Alsace and Lorraine were a cause of tension between Germany and France. Why there were tensions within the Balkan region of Europe.

By knox
(144 views)

PEOPLE associated with the American Revolution: Quiz to follow

PEOPLE associated with the American Revolution: Quiz to follow

PEOPLE associated with the American Revolution: Quiz to follow. Who is the Enlightenment philosopher whose ideas, more than any other’s, influenced the American belief in self government ?. ANSWER! John Locke. Locke wrote that all people are free, equal, and entitled to

By bernie
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Napoleon’s Successes & Failures

Napoleon’s Successes & Failures

Napoleon’s Successes & Failures. Napoleon went on to conquer most of Europe, everyone except England. Napoleon lost to England’s navy at the battle of Trafalgar. (destroyed France’s navy and eliminated the possibility of invading England). Napoleon Master of Europe.

By roger
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End of Revolutionary War Notes

End of Revolutionary War Notes

End of Revolutionary War Notes. Battle of Saratoga- Turning point in war. Won by colonists. Showed British lack of strategy and convinced France to enter war on colonists side. End of war notes.

By karan
(158 views)

PORFIRIO DIAZ

PORFIRIO DIAZ

PORFIRIO DIAZ. Tito y Noels project. PORFIRIO DIAZ. NACIO. NACIO. NACIO. September 15, 1830) EN LA CIUDAD DE Oaxaca , Oaxaca , Mexico Y TAMBIEN MURIO EN JULIO 2, DEL 1915 EN LA EDEAD DE  84) Paris , France. ''EL FUE EL''. ''EL FUE EL''. ''EL FUE EL''.

By milton
(190 views)

The hundred years’ war and the plague

The hundred years’ war and the plague

The hundred years’ war and the plague. The great schism. The Great Schism. 1305, French pope is chosen; moves papacy from Rome to the city of Avignon, France. The Pope would live in France and not in Rome for 69 years. 1378, Pope Gregory XI died while visiting Rome

By idalee
(127 views)

Ottoman Empire in World War One

Ottoman Empire in World War One

Ottoman Empire in World War One . Taylor, Cate and Lana . Ottoman Empire and Leadership Background. Sultan Three Pashas. Ottoman Empire. Forming of Alliance. Declarations of War and Significant Dates . Britain Regained the initiative 1916-1917.

By taurus
(183 views)

Note Cards

Note Cards

Note Cards. Organizational Tool for Research. Objectives. Appreciate why note cards are used for organizing research Understand how to use note cards to organize facts Learn how to set up a note card. Advantages to Note Cards. Note cards are the most flexible way of organizing facts

By harva
(245 views)

The Battle of Quebec at the Plains of Abraham

The Battle of Quebec at the Plains of Abraham

The Battle of Quebec at the Plains of Abraham. By AC. The British Army. The B ritish army was lead by Major-General James Wolfe and had about 4500 men and one gun Each soldier had a musket, a short sword, and ammunition. http:// www.voki.com / pickup.php?scid =5183693&height=267&width=200.

By zizi
(136 views)

Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte

Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte

Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. After Robespierre is guillotined, a vote is called, a new government is created, called the Directory. They chose a young able man to command France’s armies, Napoleon. Napoleon Becomes a Hero.

By bliss
(374 views)

End of the Middle Ages

End of the Middle Ages

End of the Middle Ages. More food =. Population blew up from 38 to 74 million in only 300 years. Wind mills. Transition from two- field to three-field system. Three-field system. Beginning of the end. Fleas on Rats. Black Death. Yersinia pertis bacterium. This bacteria was

By dionne
(145 views)

Thursday January 26, 2012

Thursday January 26, 2012

Thursday January 26, 2012 . Starter: Read, 5- 3 The Bubonic Plague, Pages . Answer the following on notebook paper: 1. Why was the plague called the “Black Death”? 2. What were some of the common symptoms ? 3. How was the plague spread ?

By valiant
(120 views)

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