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Remembrance

Remembrance

Remembrance. Music: ‘Nimrod’ from “Enigma Variations” by Elgar. On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day, of the Eleventh month…. ….we shall remember them. Why the 11 th of November?.

By Thomas
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BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION

BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION

BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION. Nicholas II and Alexandra Romanov Doomed from the day of their wedding 1300 people died on that day The couple went ahead and attended a ball given by the French embassy. Already the people began to loathe the seemingly callous couple . BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION .

By adamdaniel
(367 views)

The problems of the Great War caused the Second War

The problems of the Great War caused the Second War

The problems of the Great War caused the Second War Versailles treaty left Germany intact but dismantled Austria and the Ottoman Empires Russia ceased to be part of European affairs Britain needed an economically strong Germany and so chose appeasement over confrontation

By Lucy
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The Great War, 1914–1918

The Great War, 1914–1918

The Great War, 1914–1918. Several factors lead to World War I, a conflict that devastates Europe and has a major impact on the world. The Great War, 1914–1918. SECTION 1. Marching Toward War. Europe Plunges into War. SECTION 2. A Global Conflict. SECTION 3. A Flawed Peace. SECTION 4.

By Audrey
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The Great War

The Great War

The Great War. World War I 1914-1917. Illusions. Many people thought the war would be quick and easy (on both sides). Propaganda. Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause. Two Front War. The Western Front. Schlieffen Plan Stalemate Trench Warfare.

By conroy
(178 views)

Change in the Middle East

Change in the Middle East

Change in the Middle East. Tunesië-Egypte het begin van een dominorevolutie? . End ‘dictatorships of sultans’?. Divided region. Common: dictatorships, weak opposition. Regimes lack ideology or vision.. Real independence traded for support of the West.

By rio
(98 views)

Ap European History Chapter 26 Section 5: Cultural and Intellectual Trends in the Interwar years

Ap European History Chapter 26 Section 5: Cultural and Intellectual Trends in the Interwar years

Ap European History Chapter 26 Section 5: Cultural and Intellectual Trends in the Interwar years. The artistic and intellectual innovations of the pre-World War I period, which had shocked many Europeans, had been the preserve primarily of a small group of avant-garde artists and intellectuals.

By nat
(516 views)

United States History II Road Map for Success: World War II (1939-1945)

United States History II Road Map for Success: World War II (1939-1945)

United States History II Road Map for Success: World War II (1939-1945). After the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the United States found herself leaving the comforts of isolationism to join what would be the greatest war in modern history, World War II.

By lobo
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IMPERIALISM

IMPERIALISM

IMPERIALISM. USII.4A-B. SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR WORLD WAR I. USII.4A. REASONS FOR SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. Protection of American business interests in Cuba American support for Cuban rebels’ independence from Spain Rising tensions as a result of “The Maine” in Havana Harbor

By gwendolyn
(108 views)

POETS OF THE GREAT WAR

POETS OF THE GREAT WAR

POETS OF THE GREAT WAR. By Ms Stubbs Downloaded from www.SchoolHistory.co.uk. Poetry from the First World War was written by soldiers who served at the Western Front. They saw the horrors of War first hand . They wrote about what they really saw.

By Sophia
(190 views)

AMERICA IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE

AMERICA IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE

AMERICA IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE. CHAPTER 3 (82-111). THE BRITISH COLONIAL SYSTEM. Due to distance, each colony was fairly independent of Crown control Each colony did have an appointed Royal governor (Except Connecticut and Rhode Island) Each colony had a legislature (2 houses)

By makan
(142 views)

War And the American Military

War And the American Military

War And the American Military. Quote. If you limit your actions in life to things that nobody can possibly find fault with, you will not do much. - Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Brain Teaser. i i oo oo oo. We are the BEST at it!. The REAL mission of the Air Force.

By sona
(83 views)

EARLY 20 TH CENTURY & MODERNISM (1900 – 1940)

EARLY 20 TH CENTURY & MODERNISM (1900 – 1940)

EARLY 20 TH CENTURY & MODERNISM (1900 – 1940). English & U.S. History Paper 11 th Grade 2011. MARY AUSTIN THE LAND OF LITTLE RAIN.

By marci
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1919-1939 ( 2 decades1920s – 1930s) THE ROAD to W.W.II

1919-1939 ( 2 decades1920s – 1930s) THE ROAD to W.W.II

1919-1939 ( 2 decades1920s – 1930s) THE ROAD to W.W.II. Flags of W.W.II. After the Great War . Europe after WWI . Millions had been killed. The wounded couldn’t work and needed to be taken care of Countries were broke so the government could not provide many services

By jody
(164 views)

Hitler ’ s War

Hitler ’ s War

Hitler ’ s War. The History of Western Civilization since 1500 Prof. Dr. George S. Vascik . Hitler ’ s policies and principles. Hitler entered politics to restart the Great War on terms Germany could win Once in power he Consolidated his dictatorship

By angus
(148 views)

THE GREAT WAR

THE GREAT WAR

THE GREAT WAR. aka, WWI. Four M.A.I.N. Causes. Militarism  Everyone building weapons & armies to protect empires Alliances Triple Alliance – Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy Triple Entente – France, Russia, Great Britain

By kalona
(111 views)

MAHABHARATA

MAHABHARATA

MAHABHARATA. One of the world’s oldest epics Certainly, the longest epic ever Known and loved by all Indians Composed and retold by the Sage Vyasa, who is also a main character Written down by Ganesha in one stretch without a break

By nami
(1107 views)

Modernism

Modernism

Modernism . Chapter 14. Lenin (1870-1924). Stalin (1879-1953). Fascism. New Deal. Cubism. Modernism. WPA. Collage. Futurists . Primitivism. Ready-mades. Fauvists. Freud. Surrealists. Stiegliz. Kafka. Woolf. TS Eliot. Parisian Red Heads . Louis Armstrong. Isadora Duncan.

By raheem
(153 views)

Homer and The Odyssey

Homer and The Odyssey

Homer and The Odyssey. The Odyssey was written in the 9 th century B.C., and a blind poet named Homer is said to be the author of this epic. The people of Greece were telling stories about a great war, and Homer compiled these stories into one work.

By ruana
(244 views)

Propaganda

Propaganda

Propaganda. By Soyon , Minhee, Jenny, and Patrick. DEF.

By tawana
(84 views)

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