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Florence and the War of the Eight Saints

Florence and the War of the Eight Saints

Florence and the War of the Eight Saints. The famous Catena (“Chain”) map of Florence, c. 1471-82. Elite and Popolo: The Florentine “Dialogue of Power”.

By bernad
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The Road to Revolution

The Road to Revolution

The Road to Revolution. Salutary Neglect. During the early years of the existence of the colonies, Parliament opted for a policy of salutary neglect or non-interference It was too difficult to control the situation in the colonies when they were 3000 miles away.

By matilde
(158 views)

The Cold War Begins 1945-1960

The Cold War Begins 1945-1960

The Cold War Begins 1945-1960. Section 1: Origins of the Cold War A Clash of Interests Soviet Security Concerns American Economic Concerns The Yalta Conference Poland Declaration of Liberated Europe Dividing Germany Tensions Begin to Rise Truman Takes Control

By baba
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America in World War II

America in World War II

America in World War II. Chp. 13-14. German Forces Turn to the West. On September 3, 1939, Great Britain and France declared war on Germany. They became known as the Allies.

By apollo
(126 views)

The Modern Era

The Modern Era

The Modern Era. Presidents. Truman 1945-1953 Eisenhower 1953-1961 Kennedy 1961-1963 LBJ 1963-1969 Nixon 1969-1974 Ford 1974-1977 Carter 1977-1981 Reagan 1981-1989 Bush Sr. 1989-1993 Clinton 1993-2001 Bush Jr. 2001-2009 Obama 2009-present. Cold War. Communism-Basic Terms.

By ellis
(145 views)

The United States in the Cold War

The United States in the Cold War

The United States in the Cold War . Chapter 25 Section 1: Roots of the Cold War Section 2: A Time of Prosperity Section 3: The Korean “War” Period Section 4: Global Concerns in the Cold War. Roots of the Cold War. Cold War = Communist vs. non-Communist

By luana
(166 views)

Cold War Unit 32 terms

Cold War Unit 32 terms

Cold War Unit 32 terms. World History. Cold War. an era of high tension and bitter rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union in the decades following World War II. Superpower. A nation stronger than other powerful nations

By taite
(118 views)

Rome Becomes an Empire

Rome Becomes an Empire

Rome Becomes an Empire . Rome Becomes an Empire . Main Idea : The Roman Republic, weakened by civil wars, became an empire under Augustus. Rome Becomes an Empire . Have you ever been in a traffic jam and wished that a police officer would show up to get things going?

By woods
(334 views)

The Origins of the Cold War

The Origins of the Cold War

The Origins of the Cold War. How the world fell into another war that was unlike anything anyone had seen before. Churchill’s Back…the Prophet. Churchill sees Stalin as a threat during WWII Especially more so as Germany is falling FDR disagrees with him and sees Stalin as a friend and ally.

By merton
(75 views)

Introduction to the Cold War

Introduction to the Cold War

Introduction to the Cold War. Objectives. Trace the reasons that the wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union unraveled. Explain how President Truman responded to Soviet domination of Eastern Europe. Describe the causes and results of Stalin’s blockade of Berlin. .

By zenda
(101 views)

The Problem of Democracy

The Problem of Democracy

The Problem of Democracy. • generally taken as an ideal => has today become almost synonymous with “the good society” => the question of good society becomes blurred - no longer a real question, because it is already answered => difficulties with examining democracy in a critical fashion.

By chung
(102 views)

GDP of Countries in North and South America

GDP of Countries in North and South America

GDP of Countries in North and South America. Source: IMF 2010. C. Periphery Countries falling behind in development. Several Latin American countries are dominated peripheries Some benefit from price explosions in raw materials Trinidad & Tobago – petroleum

By raziya
(141 views)

Week Five

Week Five

Week Five. Fifth Grade Social Studies. How did returning soldiers affect the work force in the U.S. after World War II?. Men replaced the women that were in the workforce and the women returned home to be homemakers.

By telma
(104 views)

CONTAINMENT

CONTAINMENT

CONTAINMENT. How did the US prevent the extension of Communism to European nations?. What is containment?. Containment- taking measures to prevent any extension of Communist rule to other countries WHY:-The Soviet Union has been attempting to spread Communism

By conlan
(379 views)

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy. You are going to learn how the United states responded to early foreign policy challenges and discuss how much the nation should have become involved in world affairs. U.S. Foreign Policy. Definition: A country’s actions, words, beliefs toward/about other countries Goals:

By tahir
(309 views)

The Cold War Essential Question :

The Cold War Essential Question :

The Cold War Essential Question : What led to the Cold War between the United States & Soviet Union?. The end of World War II led to important changes in the world: . U.N. Peacekeeping Interventions, 1945-2009 . The United Nations was created which replaced the League of Nations .

By chesmu
(157 views)

By: AJ Baynes

By: AJ Baynes

The Cold War. By: AJ Baynes. 1945. The Cold War begins after WWII when the Soviet U nion tried to expand its influence around the world, and the United States tried to protect non- communist governments. The United States first uses the Atomic Bomb in War on Hiroshima. 1946.

By gisela
(102 views)

Cold War Conflicts

Cold War Conflicts

Cold War Conflicts. The Cold War and the danger of nuclear war define international affairs, especially after the Korean War. Fear of communism in the U.S. leads to accusations against innocent citizens. NEXT. Origins of the Cold War. SECTION 1. SECTION 2. The Cold War Heats Up.

By gafna
(267 views)

Tension and Fear Cold War Continues

Tension and Fear Cold War Continues

Tension and Fear Cold War Continues. Fear of Communist Influence at Home. Loyalty Review Board Part of executive order issued by Truman March 1947 which set up the Federal Employee Loyalty Program Purpose: investigate government employees, dismiss those found to be disloyal

By gema
(125 views)

Post-War Europe and the Beginnings of the Cold War

Post-War Europe and the Beginnings of the Cold War

Post-War Europe and the Beginnings of the Cold War. The final casualty count: 72 Million. The Cost of the War. 420,000 Americans 23 million Russians 7.5 million Germans 6 Million Jews 4% of the 1940 world population. The Cost of the War. The war cost $2.1 trillion dollars.

By monifa
(154 views)

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