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The Japanese Empire

The Japanese Empire

The Japanese Empire. Key Terms/Concepts. Nationalism Manchurian Incident Manchukuo – Puppet State Burma Road Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere Economic turmoil => military action. Japanese Nationalism.

By Melvin
(247 views)

EGYPT

EGYPT

EGYPT. A National Critical Intelligence Estimate Presented by, Section 31 For Approval by, Professor R. Nichols. Section 31. Jay Kippen, Team Leader Kristell Havens, Executive Officer. Political Brendan Kinchla- Team Lead Kristina Anderson Military Dan Routier- Team Lead Ekow Ocran

By Antony
(2278 views)

Rally ‘round the Flag Effect

Rally ‘round the Flag Effect

Rally ‘round the Flag Effect. Milburn Psychology 335. Rally ‘round the Flag effect. Conditions necessary for it to occur Halo effect Methodological aspect Limits on the effect. Necessary Conditions. Crisis Remote from public’s normal experience

By terra
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Venezuelan Border Dispute

Venezuelan Border Dispute

Venezuelan Border Dispute. A Project by Ryan Biery , Stephen Ilnitzki and John Kolios. What Happened?. Great Britain was trying to expand their South American territory, British Guiana, by impeding on Venezuelan land. Venezuela asked for US’s help

By kyna
(171 views)

The Vietnam War

The Vietnam War

The Vietnam War. By: Stefan Rodney Matt Clark Richard Allison Zeyadh Moosa. Prelude to the War (The French War).

By holland
(118 views)

Liberty and Pacifism

Liberty and Pacifism

Liberty and Pacifism. Bryan Caplan Dep’t of Economics Mercatus Center George Mason University. Pacifism. I’m a libertarian and a pacifist.

By arleen
(252 views)

2 pt

2 pt

Post WWII. The Cold War. Civil Rights. Peace, Love and Rock and Roll . The Vietnam War. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. They retained their sector

By hailey
(105 views)

World War One: Causes – M.A.N.I.A.

World War One: Causes – M.A.N.I.A.

World War One: Causes – M.A.N.I.A. . 1. MILITARISM. This was a belief by European nations that it was acceptable to solve their disputes by military action. It meant keeping a large scale army that was ready to go to war at any time. 2. ALLIANCE SYSTEMS.

By dean
(118 views)

Revolution, pt. 1

Revolution, pt. 1

Revolution, pt. 1. Consultation of 1835. Texans were greatly angry at Santa Anna. General Cos, Santa Anna’s military commander of Texas, had ordered more Mexican troops in to Texas. Texans decided to have a meeting, called a “Consultation” on October 15, 1835. Washington-on-the-Brazos.

By sema
(101 views)

Does the President have the legal authority to wage war without Congressional authority?

Does the President have the legal authority to wage war without Congressional authority?

Does the President have the legal authority to wage war without Congressional authority?. Chapter 14 & handout. Write FRQ. You have 20 minutes to complete FRQ. Label question correctly. One point is built in for your plan. (7 x 2 +1=15 points total) Peer Score and discuss. Collect.

By harmon
(141 views)

Name two reasons why the U.S. was interested in expanding it’s imperial power.

Name two reasons why the U.S. was interested in expanding it’s imperial power.

Name two reasons why the U.S. was interested in expanding it’s imperial power. ports for naval ships, markets for manufactured goods, cultural/religious superiority. What was the U.S.’ chief economic interest in Hawaii?. Sugar cane and fruit plantations.

By lanai
(110 views)

Treaty of Paris (1783) Kevin Hogan

Treaty of Paris (1783) Kevin Hogan

Treaty of Paris (1783) Kevin Hogan. Building up to Revolution. Prior to 1776, Thirteen Colonies controlled by British Series of legislation after French and Indian War Variety of taxes and regulations Colonists play bigger role in protecting Colonies

By quiana
(169 views)

Canada & Conflict

Canada & Conflict

Canada & Conflict. Post-Cold War World. Foreign policy for the future?. Question #1: What should Canada spend its money on in terms of military use & foreign policy ? Peacekeeping Military Action Natural Disaster Work Arctic Sovereignty Following USA

By arnaud
(112 views)

BERLIN CRISIS: BLOCKADE & AIRLIFT 1948-1949 DIVISION OF GERMANY:

BERLIN CRISIS: BLOCKADE & AIRLIFT 1948-1949 DIVISION OF GERMANY:

BERLIN CRISIS: BLOCKADE & AIRLIFT 1948-1949 DIVISION OF GERMANY: Temporarily divided into 4 allied zones, but to remain as one economic unit Berlin was also divided among the 4 powers, but was entirely within the Soviet zone Allied Powers agreed to the 5 D’s of Germany: Demilitarization

By chinara
(264 views)

Civil War Events

Civil War Events

Civil War Events. By:Shakayla , Shaquariya & Andrea. Firing on Fort Sumter. The aides then left the fort and proceeded to the nearby Fort Johnson. There, Chestnut ordered the fort to open fire on Fort Sumter . On Friday, April 12, 1861. Battle of Antietam.

By shania
(134 views)

WW1Technology

WW1Technology

WW1Technology . By Jerry Chang, Ken Hampel and Drew Knochenhauer. Background . WW1 was a war that used trench warfare The technology invented during and around the time of the war advanced it from using, what is considered, primitive weapons to more advanced weapons

By valiant
(58 views)

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The Threat of Terrorism Map: World Terrorism Incidents

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The Threat of Terrorism Map: World Terrorism Incidents

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The Threat of Terrorism Map: World Terrorism Incidents Other Threats to Security. Threats to World Security. Threats to World Security. Main Idea

By bess
(108 views)

The Korean War

The Korean War

The Korean War. 1950-1953, the first Hot war of the Cold War. The Korean War: 1950-1953. The Situation with Korea.

By twyla
(204 views)

1965

1965

1965. Cover Editorial Us president Sports figure. President of 1965. Lyndon Baines Johnson,(LBJ). (LBJ) was born on August 27, 1908 in a farmhouse near the Central Texas town of Stonewall. At age 44, he was the youngest man either party had ever chosen as Senate leader .

By tova
(214 views)

Bush, Clinton, Bush Presidencies

Bush, Clinton, Bush Presidencies

Bush, Clinton, Bush Presidencies. 1989-2008. George Bush #41. Domestic Policy Budget Deficit: Regan’s spending practices led to a huge deficit. Bush went back on his promise to not raise taxes.

By mavis
(183 views)

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