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Different periods of Dominica throughout the history ASLI TELLİ PRESCHOOL EDUCATION HISTORY OF DOMINICA
To learn what different stages Dominica passed throughout history before reaching its present situation History
Includes the time of wars, independence, dictatorship, modernization and economic relations; excludes language, religion and important people if its history. S S S A B
Indepence of Dominica is the result of wars with the occupying countries France and Spain.Indepence
Moderniati on in communica tion is one of the advantages the cruel dictator brought to Dominica. dictator
The economic relations between Dominica and USA depend on selling the agriculture products basicly. agriculture S S S BananaCocoa
Alot of people today migrate to escape from poverty because of high poverty rates.migrate DOMINICA
Dictatorship is giving orders to a large group of people and make them obey the rules.
Migration is the movement of a large group of people from one country to another inorder to reside.
Agriculture is the process of farming done with the lands used for growing food.
Indepence is gained when a country is no longer dependent on anyone or anything else.
Indepence of Dominica is the result of wars with the occupying countries France and Spain.
Moderniati on in communica tion is one of the advantages the cruel dictator brought to Dominica.
The economic relations between Dominica and USA depend on selling the agriculture products basicly. S S S BananaCocoa
Alot of people today migrate to escape from poverty because of high poverty rates. DOMINICA
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