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Byzantine and Slavs

Byzantine and Slavs

Byzantine and Slavs . Chapter 10. The New Rome. 10-1. Byzantine Foundations. A.   In A.D. 330 the Roman emperor Constantine built Constantinople at a strategic place where Europe and Asia meet; the site, on a peninsula, offered control over trade routes and natural protection from attack.

By Faraday
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The Republic of Kazakhstan

The Republic of Kazakhstan

The Republic of Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan is located in the south east central region of the former Soviet Union. Kazakhstan is bordered to the south from left to right by the Caspian Sea, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgystan (all formally part of the Soviet Union) and China.

By candy
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Culture regions

Culture regions

Culture regions. Ethnic regions Cultural diffusion and ethnicity Ethnic ecology Ethnic cultural integration Ethnic landscapes. Migration and ethnicity. Chain migration is usually involved An individual or small group decides to migrate to a foreign country

By almira
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Unit 2

Unit 2

Unit 2. To what extent should nationalist interest be pursued?. Chapter 6 – Nationalism and Ultranationalism. What words would you use to describe the figure of Stalin in the image? What message does the image send about life in the Soviet Union?

By pete
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Famines

Famines

Famines. Sources: The World Food Problem (2009, Leathers and Foster) World Hunger 12 Myths (1998, Lappe, Collins, and Rossett). Irish Potato Famine. 1845-1849 potato blight 1 million died of starvation 1.5 million emigrated Ireland a colony of England Exported wheat and beef to England

By falala
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Income Inequality and Poverty in Ukraine and Transition to the Market Economy

Income Inequality and Poverty in Ukraine and Transition to the Market Economy

Income Inequality and Poverty in Ukraine and Transition to the Market Economy. Yevgeny Orel, C.Sc.(Econ.), Docent Faculty of Economic Science National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”. Outline of the presentation. Introduction Deprivation and poverty Basic definitions Selected statistics

By thuy
(317 views)

Brain drain or brain waste – improving the link between migration and education & skill levels

Brain drain or brain waste – improving the link between migration and education & skill levels

Brain drain or brain waste – improving the link between migration and education & skill levels. Prague, 6 March 2009 Ummuhan BARDAK European Training Foundation. What is the ETF?. A specialised agency of the European Union, based in Turin/ Italy and operational since 1994

By penny
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Republic of Armenia

Republic of Armenia

Religions in Armenia. Population : 2,967,004 (July 2009 est.) Ethnic groups : Armenian 97.9%, Yezidis/Kurds 1.3%, Russian 0.5%, other ( Assyrians, Greeks, Ukrainians, Jews ) 0.3% (2001 census) Languages : Armenian 97.7%, Yezidi 1%, Russian 0.9%, other 0.4% (2001 census).

By hanzila
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Mr. Weiss

Mr. Weiss

Mr. Weiss. 1932-1933: THE GENOCIDE FAMINE IN UKRAINE. A peasant woman who has died of starvation along a road near Kiev. Peasant woman gathering spilled kernels. Mr. Weiss. 1932-1933: THE GENOCIDE FAMINE IN UKRAINE.

By blue
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FIRST PEOPLE IN RUSSIA

FIRST PEOPLE IN RUSSIA

FIRST PEOPLE IN RUSSIA. EARLY RUSSIAN TRIBES. Originally home of the Slavs Agricultural tribe Cimmerians 1000-700 BC Scythians 700-200 BC Asian nomadic tribe Sarmatians 200 BC-200 AD Asian nomadic tribe. Scythian engraving. Sarmatian warriors. MORE INVADERS. Goths 200 AD-400 AD

By euclid
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Khv tcf

Khv tcf

Khv tcf. Moldavian folk costumes. Socrates-Comenius Name: Stan Alexandra Romania. Moldavian popular costume. The moldavian costumes has its own specificity and its component elements have developed continuously achieving a structural particularity.

By jaguar
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High risk behaviours and beliefs and knowledge about HIV transmission amongst school and shelter children in Eastern Eur

High risk behaviours and beliefs and knowledge about HIV transmission amongst school and shelter children in Eastern Eur

High risk behaviours and beliefs and knowledge about HIV transmission amongst school and shelter children in Eastern Europe. Robin Goodwin , School of Social Sciences and Law, Brunel University, London. George Nizharadze , Iago Kachkachishvili, Georgian Academy of Sciences

By wray
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GAINING FROM MIGRATION: CASE STUDY ON GREECE

GAINING FROM MIGRATION: CASE STUDY ON GREECE

GAINING FROM MIGRATION: CASE STUDY ON GREECE. PART I Presented by: Jennifer Cavounidis MIGRATION TRENDS MIGRANT EMPLOYMENT POLICIES. MIGRATION TRENDS. Abrupt increase of immigration from end of 1980’s. Sources - Most important source countries:

By brilane
(126 views)

Arbitraging costs and knowledge on the periphery: the embeddedness of software development outsourcing to the Ukraine

Arbitraging costs and knowledge on the periphery: the embeddedness of software development outsourcing to the Ukraine

Arbitraging costs and knowledge on the periphery: the embeddedness of software development outsourcing to the Ukraine . Jane Hardy Business School, University of Hertfordshire. THE CONTEXT. Four new developments in global economy; Shift to foreign investment in services

By yale
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Cultural Geography of Russia

Cultural Geography of Russia

Cultural Geography of Russia. 15.2 History and Government of Russia. Early Peoples and States. River settlers and states Slavs West Slavs – Poles, Czechs, and Slovaks South Slavs – Bulgarians, Croats, Serbs, and Slovenes, East Slavs – Russians, Ukrainians, and Belarussians

By kedem
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Russia and the Eurasian Republics

Russia and the Eurasian Republics

By: Jason Bochnowicz Erica Burnetti . Russia and the Eurasian Republics. Chapter 10 Vocabulary Words . Permafrost- The layer of soil that stays frozen all year in a polar climate Taiga- A forest of evergreen trees that is south of the tundra in Russia

By chars
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Liberation efforts of 1914-1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state.

Liberation efforts of 1914-1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state.

Liberation efforts of 1914-1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state. Plan 1. World War I 2.Ukrainians in the First World War. 3. Revolution in Ukraine. 4. Bolshevik’s intervention in Ukraine. 5. Soviet Union 6.Ukraine in the first years of USSR. World War I.

By winchell
(137 views)

Chapter 2 Who Are Catholics?

Chapter 2 Who Are Catholics?

Chapter 2 Who Are Catholics?. Catholicism in Canada. French Catholics were among first European settlers to come to Canada over 400 years ago. Samuel de Champlain led an expedition to the New World in 1605. He built the first permanent settlements in Nova Scotia.

By shani
(83 views)

Holocaust Photos

Holocaust Photos

Holocaust Photos. From The National Archives WARNING The photos you are about to see are GRAPHIC As American Soldiers moved in to liberate Jewish Prisoners in the Death camps, this is what they saw…. This building in Hadamar, Germany was used by the Germans as a prison.

By armani
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Winnipeg General Strike

Winnipeg General Strike

Winnipeg General Strike. After WWI, many Canadian soldiers returned home to find few opportunities. The soldiers thought the jobs they had left would be there when they returned. The soldiers were mistaken.

By questa
(114 views)

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