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9 -3 : World War I, 1914-1918

9 -3 : World War I, 1914-1918

9 -3 : World War I, 1914-1918. Thematic Learning Objectives. NAT 1.0 Explain how ideas about democracy, freedom, and individualism found expression in the development of cultural values, political institutions, and American identity.

By yin
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Multiple Perspectives: Using Propaganda Posters to Teach about World War I

Multiple Perspectives: Using Propaganda Posters to Teach about World War I

Multiple Perspectives: Using Propaganda Posters to Teach about World War I. Rick Daniel, Jefferson Co Public Schools Kentucky Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference September 2008. Common Objectives of Wartime Propaganda.

By nalani
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Chapter 9 Lesson 3 pages 312-315

Chapter 9 Lesson 3 pages 312-315

Chapter 9 Lesson 3 pages 312-315. EQ: How can you describe the effects of WWI on the home front? How did the Allied victory affect world events and attitudes?. Rations: limits on consumption of food and goods

By umberto
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Central Banking and the Federal Reserve System

Central Banking and the Federal Reserve System

Chapter 14 . Central Banking and the Federal Reserve System. Unit IV Central Banking, Monetary Policy, and the Federal Reserve System. Fundamental Issues. What were the first central banking institutions, and how did central banking initially develop in the United States?

By kaiya
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The Home Front

The Home Front

The Home Front. World War II. The Home Front.

By corby
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World at War

World at War

World at War. 24.2 The Home Front. Internment of Japanese Americans. War inflamed racism against Japanese. Feb. 1942: FDR ordered army to relocate 110,000 Japanese Americans to concentration camps. Eventually the Govt. allowed Japanese Americans to fight. 442 nd Combat Group

By kendall
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Chapter 24

Chapter 24

Chapter 24. The United States In World War II. Sec. 1 The War in Europe & N. Africa. Review of WWII Battles. Operation Barbarossa. Hitler breaks “Non Aggression” Pact with Soviet Union by invading Soviet Union in Summer of 1941 Uses Blitzkreig and takes much of western Russia

By haamid
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AKS 48 World War II

AKS 48 World War II

AKS 48 World War II. I. Dictators Threaten World Peace – The Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis. MAIN IDEA: The rise of rulers with total power in Europe and Asia led to World War II. A. In Germany, Adolf Hitler hoped to unite all German-speaking people into a new German empire.

By awen
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Selling the War

Selling the War

Selling the War. "We have awakened a sleeping giant and have instilled in him a terrible resolve.” - Adm. Yamamoto. Revenge!!. U.S. Employment Service. War Bonds. Racism for Victory. Combating the Japanese. Working to Win the War. The Tokio Kid. The Combined Threat.

By taini
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Treasury Auctions and the Secondary Treasury Market

Treasury Auctions and the Secondary Treasury Market

Treasury Auctions and the Secondary Treasury Market. Treasury Auctions: A Brief History. Treasury issuance of war bonds began as an effort to cover anticipated WWI debt 1917 No outside countries available to borrow from so the debt had to be financed internally

By marli
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Artifact Presentation

Artifact Presentation

Artifact Presentation. Bailey Benson February 6 th , 2014 Historical Methods 205. 1947 General Mills Tru-Heat Iron. Betty Crocker Tapered heel Rest on side Button saver edge-moves under and around buttons C hromium finish, scratch resistant Right weight-3 ¾ lbs.

By candy
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WWI Propaganda

WWI Propaganda

WWI Propaganda. Propaganda. An attempt to influence and individual so that he/she believes they are acting on their own decision. Usually tries to appeal to the heart and not the mind. Often portrays a false sense of reality or skews the information. . Why was Propaganda used in WWI?.

By ilyssa
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The War at Home

The War at Home

The War at Home. Entire economy changes Supports war effort From consumer goods to war supplies. War Industries Board (WIB). Government agency regulated economy Encourages mass-production (build goods quickly) Limit choices 5 colors for typewriters, not 150 Set production quotas

By cyndi
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Postwar America

Postwar America

Postwar America. Readjustment & Recovery . By summer ‘46, +10 million men & women were released from the armed forces To help ease veterans return to civilian life, Congress passed the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act (GI Bill of Rights)

By toni
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World War II Mobilizing for Defense

World War II Mobilizing for Defense

World War II Mobilizing for Defense. Selective Service System . Required men to register for military service. Will raise an additional 10 million men during World War II. War Production Board. The WPB decided which companies would convert from peacetime to

By huslu
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World War I

World War I

World War I. Mr. Makal US History 10/27/09. War Breaks Out in Europe. Assassination of Franz Ferdinand. Eyewitness Account: Count von Harrach was in the car when the Archduke and Duchess were killed

By fifi
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The United States

The United States

The United States . The Home Front at War. Racial Segregation and the War. 15 million in the armed forces 1 million were African Americans Marine Corps By the end of the war had 17,000 “leathernecks” enlisted Air Force Trained black officers as pilots (80 Distinguished Flying Crosses).

By chung
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World War I -- America on the Homefront: "The Poster War"

World War I -- America on the Homefront: "The Poster War"

World War I -- America on the Homefront: "The Poster War". War Mobilization. 1. Enlistment. Uncle Sam—He the Man!. 1. Don’t Mess with the U. S. 2. “ Huns Kill Women and Children!”. 3. 1917 – Selective Service Act. Authorized a draft of young men into military service

By adonis
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WW II During & After

WW II During & After

WW II During & After. The American People. V-J Day. August 14 th 1945 Japan’s government unconditionally surrenders to the USA and it’s allies. Parades on the home front. Large sense of nationalism. Japanese Americans in internment camps were set free in California.

By rock
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Chapter 6: WWI and the Russian Revolution Review game extravaganza

Chapter 6: WWI and the Russian Revolution Review game extravaganza

Chapter 6: WWI and the Russian Revolution Review game extravaganza. How it Works. I’ll call on one person from each side. I’ll read the question and options…and when I get tired of that, I’ll make you read the question and options. The person I call on says the right answer:

By burt
(117 views)

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