Ppt on 2nd world war

EVENTS LEAD to WAR. Pre-Game F Triangle Trade Navigation Acts F Salutary Neglect (self-rule) F French & Indian War F Albany Plan / Congress (NO cooperation)

SEPT/1774) CONTINENTAL CONGRESS F APRIL 19, 1775 F LEXINGTON & CONCORDE “shot heard ‘round the WORLD” “ FIRST BLOODSHED “ *Siege of Boston* ____________________ 2nd Continental Congress Military ActionsPeace Actions * Siege of BOSTON * Ft. Ticonderoga * Bunker Hill * Peace /000 copies (47 page pamphlet) F Declaration of Independence Reasons Encourage Declaration of Independence Treatment of War Prisoners v. Traitors Military confidence from Early Incidents Lexington/Concord Siege of Boston Ft. Ticonderoga /


Liberation efforts of 1914-1921. Ukraine during the World War II. Ukraine during the after-war period (1945- 1985). Plan 1.Ukrainians in the First World.

World War I and the Russian Civil War disrupted such attempts. Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War The consequences of the First World War of 1914-1918 for Ukrainians were tragic. The consequences of the First World War/ Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002). 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002).Andrew WilsonAndrew Wilson 3. Anna Reid. Borderland/


Chapter 10: World War I 1914-1918 and following “Creating America” textbook 1914-1918 and following “Creating America” textbook.

a Serbian man in Sarajevo.  When Austria-Hungary found out that the gov’t of Serbia gave the man the weapons, they declared war.  Causes of World War I (con’t)  The “Spark”: In June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were shot by a Serbian man in / and was the beginning of the end for the German troops  Pushing the German’s Back  The 2nd Battle of the Marne in summer 1918 was a turning point in the war’s outcome  German and Allied troops (including about 85,000 U.S.) fought for 3 days & /


Lecture 3: U. S. Involvement; WHY??. U.S. Involvement The U.S. declared war on Germany in April 1917. Many reasons: unrestricted submarine warfare (Lusitania),

. Within a generation, conflict would again break out in Europe, bringing the United States and the world back into war. The Treaty of Versailles was signed on 28th June 1919. It officially ended the 1st World War. Many historians believe that it was a major cause of the 2nd World War. Most Germans were horrified by the harshness of the Treaty. There was anger amongst all groups/


Chapter Fourth Edition THE WORLD’S HISTORY Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard.

fade--colonies can’t produce enough for Japan to prosper Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard Spodek World War II Turning the tide, 1942-5 –Allied counter-offensive begins in 1942 –“2nd Front” for Russia deferred by West –Role of “underground” symbolic not decisive –Bombing of German cities begins (1943)  Dresden hardest hit/


World War I and Its Aftermath (1914–1919). Chapter 17: World War I and its Aftermath (1914–1919) Section 1: The Seeds of War Section 2: The Spark Section.

suggested that 34 divisions should invade Belgium whereas 8 divisions would be enough to stop Russia advancing in the east. On 2nd August 1914, the Schlieffen Plan was put into operation when the German Army invaded Luxembourg and Belgium. However, the Germans were/youre thinking - AIDs, Syphilis, or the dreaded Ebola. All are wrong. It was the influenza of 1918-1919, right after World War I (the war killed 9 million men in 4 years) This was no minor disease - everyone on the planet was at risk. And it/


Chapter Fourth Edition THE WORLD’S HISTORY Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard.

–Constitution of 1791  Reflects ideals of philosophes  Promulgated after wave of protests Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard Spodek French Revolution & Napoleon, 1789-1812 International War, the 2nd Revolution and the Terror, 1791-99 –French actions threaten Europe  Civil Constitution of the Clergy –Europe attacks the Revolution, 1792 –Poor attempt to kill/


BATTLES OF WORLD WAR I. Major World War I Battles Battle of Tannenburg: Aug. 1914, Russia’s worst defeat in World War I First Battle of the Marne: Sept.

which participated lost its form of government. Russia collapsed completely and catastrophically State of the Russian Army Russian Army of World War One has become notorious for its reputation as a large, ill-equipped force Russias Imperial Troops were actually well trained / 1st and 2nd Line had sidearms, rifles and machine guns equal to his German counterparts, and probably superior to the Austrians standard Russian Field Guns, the 76.2 mm and 122 mm, were robust enough to be used in World War Two and/


World War II  Sides Sides  Battles Battles. Axis Powers Axis Powers (Communism, Dictatorship) VS. Allied Powers (Democracy, Free Enterprise) Allied.

ties with Germany) Nazi sign Non-aggression Act with Russia World War II (Length)World War II Sept 1st, 1939 - Officially starts when Germany invades Poland December 8th, 1941 - US declares War on Japan (day after Pearl Harbor) –2300 servicemen,18 /–90% of city) August 9th, 1945 - Second A-bomb dropped (Nagasaki – killed 45,000) September 2nd, 1945 Japan surrenders (War over) War and Battles Key Dates Germany invades Soviet Union German troops invade Balkan countries Pearl Harbor Battle of Alamein Battle of/


Unit 10: WWII World War II in Europe 1939-45 World War II in the Pacific 1941-1945.

Charter Joint declaration released by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941. World War II World War II FR waits to be attacked; FR waits to be attacked; GR invades other nations in Europe: Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, / against the German flank. Pattons Third Army had relieved Bastogne, and in the north, the 2nd U.S. Armored Division stopped German tanks short of the Meuse River on Christmas. Pattons Third Army had relieved Bastogne, and in/


The Great War: A war like no other that the world had ever seen!

Empire (1871) Austro-Hungarian Empire (became Allies with Germany in 1879) Ottoman Empire Bulgaria Europe in 1914 Europe before and after World War I Who were the leaders? Allies: Allies: Russia – Tsar Nicholas II Russia – Tsar Nicholas II France - Raymond Poincaré / and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without remorse from the Germans Germans took Alsace and Lorraine, Napoleon III and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without /


Unit 10: WWII World War II in Europe 1939-45 World War II in the Pacific 1941-1945.

Charter Joint declaration released by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941. World War II World War II FR waits to be attacked; FR waits to be attacked; GR invades other nations in Europe: Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, / against the German flank. Pattons Third Army had relieved Bastogne, and in the north, the 2nd U.S. Armored Division stopped German tanks short of the Meuse River on Christmas. Pattons Third Army had relieved Bastogne, and in/


World War II. Nazi State Third Reich 1933-1945 Reich=Empire What were the two other empires before this one? Why was the Nazi Party so popular and successful.

occupied by German troops in the following order: The territory marked No. I on the 1st and 2nd of October; the territory marked No. II on the 2nd and 3rd of October; the territory marked No. III on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of/://avalon.law.yale.edu/imt/munich1.asp World War II Nytimes.com World War II Germany prior to World War II Bbc.co.uk World War II Neville Chamberlain “Peace In Our Time” Academic.Brooklyn.Cuny.edu World War II Czechoslovakia 1938 Mbc.edu World War II Ribbentrop Pact August 23, 1939 http/


The Great War: A war like no other that the world had ever seen!

Empire (1871) Austro-Hungarian Empire (became Allies with Germany in 1879) Ottoman Empire Bulgaria Europe in 1914 Europe before and after World War I Who were the leaders? Allies: Allies: Russia – Tsar Nicholas II Russia – Tsar Nicholas II France - Raymond Poincaré / and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without remorse from the Germans Germans took Alsace and Lorraine, Napoleon III and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without /


Liberation efforts of 1914- 1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state. Plan 1. World War I 1. World War I 2.Ukrainians in the First World War. 2.Ukrainians.

World War I and the Russian Civil War disrupted such attempts. Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War The consequences of the First World War of 1914-1918 for Ukrainians were tragic. The consequences of the First World War/ Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002). 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002).Andrew WilsonAndrew Wilson 3. Anna Reid. Borderland/


Welcome To The Opium Wars. From This… To This… The Opium Wars Some Quick Facts 2 wars total 1st war: 1839 - 1842 2nd war: 1856 - 1860 Both wars primarily.

Wars From This… To This… The Opium Wars Some Quick Facts 2 wars total 1st war: 1839 - 1842 2nd war: 1856 - 1860 Both wars primarily between China and England Some involvement by France, America and other countries as well 2 wars total 1st war: 1839 - 1842 2nd war: 1856 - 1860 Both wars/ China. China was pleased with this accumulation of wealth - England was not. “The Chinese have the best food in the world, rice, the best drink, tea, the best clothing, cotton, silk and furs. They do not need to buy a penny/


WORLD WAR II (U.S. 1941-1945) Chapter 36.

by the Enola Gay Hiroshima 3. Japan still refused to surrender. D. Aug. 8 - Soviet Union enters the war against Japan, as promised. E. Aug. 9 - 2nd bomb dropped on Nagasaki; 60,000 dead. F. Aug. 14 -- Japan surrenders (V-J Day) 1. World War II is over!!!!! V-J Day celebration in New York’s Times Square 2. September 2, Japanese formally surrendered/


Building 2D/3D optimized Land Combat Forces for Decisive Strategic Maneuver in the 21st Century "In war the chief incalculable is the human will, which.

Observation Closed terrain: mobile forces automatically lighter and 3D air transportable linkage; note world is URBANIZING rapidly Open terrain: roads, rural areas where we grow food,/human resistance". --Sir Basil H. Liddell-Hart The Two competing 21st Century War Thought-Forms in the West VS. TOFFLERIANS FEHRENBACHIANS 1. Ego-centric Gadgetry/Throw out the past: not relevant or respected Physicality vs. Earth (that’s “2nd Wave”) NOT Important! We will mouse-click firepower! Wheeled Armored Car Madness: can’/


1 Lesson 8 World War I: End of the War, Seeds of the Next.

Armies John J. Pershing 1860 - 1948 West Point Class of 1886 Combat Experience Indian Wars Spanish-American War Philippine-American War Russo-Japanese War (observer) Mexican Punitive Expedition World War I Promoted by President T. Roosevelt (1905) Captain => Brigadier General Commander of the/ elements 31 Battle of Belleu Wood 4th U. S. Marines Battle of Belleu Wood - June 1918 Frank Schoonover 2nd Division Where legends were born 32 Battle of Belleu Wood Battle of Belleu Wood - June 1918 33 Battle of Ch/


The First World War: The industrial Powers Collide: Why were the Balkan States important? The “spark” that ignited WWI was the assassination of the arch.

what are today Saudi Arabia and Yemen. Brief history of British in PalistineBrief history of British in Palistine World War I: Post War In Jan. of 1919 the allied powers met in Paris. The Major decisions that ultimately led to the/ Bulgaria Ferdinand I - Czar of Bulgaria Nikola Zhekov - Commander-in-Chief of the Bulgarian Army Georgi Todorov - commander of the 2nd Army, deputy Commander-in- Chief Konstantin Zhostov - Chief of the Bulgarian General Staff Vladimir Vazov - Bulgarian Lieutenant General 1. Norway/


World War I - Western Front A New Style of Warfare American History Unit II- Foreign Affairs Chapter 21 Section 2 The Western Front.

This included 24 divisions of the French Army, and soldiers from the United States, Britain and Italy. Allied casualties during the 2nd Battle of the Marne were heavy: French (95,000), British (13,000) and United States (12,000). It is /. Consequently machine guns would often be grouped together to maintain a constant defensive position. Poison Gas Considered uncivilized prior to World War One, the development and use of poison gas was necessitated by the requirement of wartime armies to find new ways of/


Unit II- Becoming a World Power The United States in World War I

to Stockholm, Sweden conference January 1916 Ford, then one of the richest men in the world, actually thought he could talk the leaders of Europe into stopping World War. Ford believed if he could only get foreign leaders to sit down in a room, he/ have come from the large brass buttons on the uniforms of Union soldiers in the Civil War; they were said to resemble doughboys, a flour dumpling cooked in soup 2nd and 3rd Divisions fight at Belleau Wood and Chateau-Thierry. Argonne Forest. 85,000 American help/


SOL Key Terms. monotheism belief in one all-powerful God Judaism (1st), Christianity (2nd), and Islam (3rd)

), Christianity (2nd), and Islam (3rd) polytheism belief in more than one god Hinduism non-theistic Non-theistic a religion that does not focus on the worship of a god Buddhism atheism the belief that there are no gods and no supernatural world animism the worship/ of not interacting with the rest of the world - ex. Japan U.S. also practiced this policy to try and stay out of World War I and World War II Gave up the idea of being isolated from the world’s problems after WWII foreign enclaves special areas /


By Lauren Holland World War I Major Battles - By Lauren Holland Navigation Battle of Mons Battle of Tannenberg Battle of Heligoland Battle of Marne Battle.

2nd November, the Italians had taken 300,000 prisoners. Battle of Nueve Chapelle Battle of Gallipoli Campaign Battle of Artois Score Allies:8 Central Powers:6 Battle of St. Mihiel Battle of Meuse-Argonne Battle of Canal du Nord Battle of Vittorio Veneto Maps World War/Mihiel Battle of Meuse-Argonne Battle of Canal du Nord Battle of Vittorio Veneto Maps Map 1Map 2Map 3 Bibliography World War I Major Battles - By Lauren Holland Navigation Battle of Mons Battle of Tannenberg Battle of Heligoland Battle of Marne/


Fiore Review Guide Game #1 New World - Road to the Revolution Read each question on the front of the flashcard, and then see if you can answer it correctly.

the rules for the king’s colonies in the New World. FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 1754-1763 What were the two sides of the French and Indian War? FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 1754-1763 French and Indian War was fought between the French and British over the Ohio/ independence and on the 4 th of July, the approved the official letter to the King. Road to the Revolution Keywords 2nd Continental Congress this group of representatives from all the colonies met to address the issue of whether or not to declare independence /


1 Lesson 9 World War I: End of the War, Seeds of the Next.

Armies John J. Pershing 1860 - 1948 West Point Class of 1886 Combat Experience Indian Wars Spanish-American War Philippine-American War Russo-Japanese War (observer) Mexican Punitive Expedition World War I Promoted by President T. Roosevelt (1905) Captain => Brigadier General Commander of the/ elements 30 Battle of Belleu Wood 4th U. S. Marines Battle of Belleu Wood - June 1918 Frank Schoonover 2nd Division Where legends were born 31 Battle of Belleu Wood Battle of Belleu Wood - June 1918 32 Battle of Ch/


Liberation efforts of 1914- 1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state. Plan 1.Ukrainians in the First World War. 1.Ukrainians in the First World War. 2. Revolution.

World War I and the Russian Civil War disrupted such attempts. Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War The consequences of the First World War of 1914-1918 for Ukrainians were tragic. The consequences of the First World War/ Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002). 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002).Andrew WilsonAndrew Wilson 3. Anna Reid. Borderland/


Unit 9 WWI World History Mrs. Bell. Seeds of War Four main “causes” for World War I: Four main “causes” for World War I: 1) increase in nationalism in.

1913….Serbia tries again in the 2nd Balkan War for the same sea outlet in Albania and is frustrated because Russia doesn’t come to aid. Balkan Wars – 1912…Serbia is upset after the 1st Balkan War because it did not get a/other Central powers are defeated, and Germany admits defeat. World War I was over. Effects Effects of the War: Effects of the War: War shattered Europe’s aristocratic order and increased political and social instability War shattered Europe’s aristocratic order and increased political and /


Political History of Europe II 1 Slides 2. J. ROBERT WEGS & ROBERT LADRECH CHAPTER 1: A BIPOLAR WORLD 2.

power system.  Germany & her allies had exhausted all resources and suffered greatest devastation.  France had been defeated & occupied by Germany early in the War & suffered from economic & political weaknesses & divisions.  Britain, as the world’s greatest imperial power and 2nd largest creditor nation before WWII may have seemed to have greater potential for leadership in Europe, but it too had exhausted resources, its/


World History Mr. Welke. Unit 1: Early Civilizations Prehistory - A.D. 1570 Chapter 1: Prehistory Chapter 2: The Ancient Middle East Chapter 3: Middle.

Terror in France Lesson 5: Napoleon and the French Empire Chapter 20: Revolutions and Napoleon 1775 - 1815 Social Inequalities 1st Estate: 2nd Estate: 3rd Estate: Lesson 3: The French Revolution France was: Estates-General: Storming of the Bastille: Lesson 3: The French /of Britain Battle of Stalingrad El Alamein Lesson 3: Axis Successes in Europe and Asia How did the US get involved in World War II? - LLAct + - PH + Why? Lesson 4: The Tide Turns in Favor of the Allies Battle and LocationCountries /


Chapter 7: The Road to Revolution 1763-1775 “The Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people.”

were beaten down, 11 “innocent” citizens were killed/wounded, including Crispus Attucks (1st black to die in Revolutionary war), Two “bloody backs” were found guilty of manslaughter. Massacre Day observed until 1776. The Seditious Committees of / Concord – 4/19/1775 – 100 American, 300 British casualties- “shot heard ‘round the world”- GB was looking for guns, etc but were pushed back to Beantown.  2nd Continental Congress – May 1775 – George Washington set up as Military commander – sent “Olive Branch /


American Revolution French and Indian War. What’s going on in the colonies? (review) England is not the only country to have colonies in the New World.

that land Militia was led by George Washington French/Indian War War went back and forth and was undeclared for 2 years The war was fought all over the world (remember it was part of a bigger war) England and Prussia v. France, Spain Austria and/Liberty, a secret resistance group consisting of shopkeepers, artisans, and laborers John Adams: came up with a plan at the 2nd Continental Congress that each colony set up its own gov’t and that Congress declare the colonies Independent People Ben Franklin: American/


Major Aspects in this Chapter What is Nazism? Weimar Republic The First World War (1914 to 1918) The Period in between 1 st & 2nd World War The Second.

this Chapter What is Nazism? Weimar Republic The First World War (1914 to 1918) The Period in between 1 st & 2nd World War The Second World War (1939 to 1945) Period of Hitler & Nazism in Germany End of Nazism & Second World war Hitler and Nazi party in Germany What is Nazism? Nazism is a System and structure of ideas about world and politics. Picture of Nazy party Picture of nazy/


THE EASTERN FRONT 1941–1945 By: Emily Donovan. INTRODUCTION  The Eastern front was a “war within a war” during World War II. Basically, Germany tried.

=eastern+front+ww2+summary&safe=active&start=20  http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/teacher/note/monday-december-2nd-2013 http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/teacher/note/monday-december-2nd-2013  http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/operation_barbarossa.htm http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/operation_barbarossa.htm  http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2011/07/world-war-ii-operation-barbarossa/100112/ http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2011/07/


Unit 7: World War II and its Aftermath Chapter 16: World War Looms.

b. restructuring of agriculture and industry c. 1939-2nd largest industrial power in the world a. Create a model Communist state b. restructuring of agriculture and industry c. 1939-2nd largest industrial power in the world d. 1939- est. a totalitarian gov’t.: / Controls: attempts to control inflation a. Office of Price Admin.- froze prices on most goods b. raised taxes and encouraged war bonds c. rationing- meat, shoes, sugar, coffee, gasoline 2. Economic Controls: attempts to control inflation a. Office of/


WORLD WAR II 1. WWII IN EUROPE Allies vs Axis Powers

WORLD WAR II 1. WWII IN EUROPE-------Allies vs Axis Powers Principles we fought for Big 3 and Military leaders Strategy: Get Hitler First Stalin’s 2nd Front Unconditional surrender Turning point battles---1942 to 1945 Invasion of North Africa El Alamein Stalingrad Invasion of Sicily and Italy D-Day invasion----June 6, 1944 Battle of the Bulge Yalta Conference----Feb. 1945 Three world/rights reserved. Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., World War II—Europe and North Africa with Axis, Allied & Neutral/


The Bureaucracy July 2nd, 2003. Political Control of the Bureaucracy the President and the Bureaucracythe President and the Bureaucracy –power of appointments.

“bureaucratic politics” is an important and visible element of the American political system CIVIL RIGHTS: An “American Dilemma” July 2nd, 2003 Race as the ‘American Dilemma’ the dilemmathe dilemma –political practice does not meet constitutional principles (e.g. / were seen to tear at the very fabric of white southern society Challenges to Segregation external factorsexternal factors –World War II –the Great Migration...challenges to segregation were not a result of whites (or the courts) changing their/


1 MH-19: The Cold War & The Nuclear Era. 2 The Cold War & The Nuclear Era: Strategic Overview Post world war II divisions: a world divided –US & Western.

11: How can you deter ?_______ _______? 8 Atomic Arms Race Birth of the A-Bomb: –Role of Hitler & World War II –Einstein’s role => convincing FDR to act Manhattan Project: –MG Graves & Dr Oppenheimer –First detonation at Alamogordo/& sea –SIOP incorporated to avoid target duplication – Triad system developed for assured retaliation McNamara revised the Strategy for assured 2nd strike: –Assured destruction evolved to=> mutual assured destruction* *(After Soviet Union achieve parity with US) 24 Nuclear Arms /


WAR WITH IRAN? A Geopolitical Backgrounder Dr. Zoltán Grossman Member of the Faculty (Geography & Native American Studies) The Evergreen State College,

in SW Persia, 1897 Oil discovered by British in Arabistan, 1908 Start of Anglo-Persian Oil-- the future British Petroleum (BP) British and Russians occupy Persia during World War I Oil economy 10% of world reserves (2nd to Saudi Arabia) Most oil in SW, in Arab minority region of Khuzestan Reza Shah, 1921 Reza Shah emphasizes pre-Islamic imperial glories, Persian core Nationalist but/


Modern World History Cold War Divides the World Assign. #4-4

US lifted the blockade and pledged not to invade Cuba - Oct. 27 - JFK received 2nd letter adding that the USSR wanted US missiles in Turkey removed - Oct. 27 - JFK ignores the 2nd letter and agrees to the terms of the first letter - Oct. 28 - Khrushchev agrees /in the 1960s Brinkmanship led to one crisis after another between the U.S. and the Soviet Union The world was at risk of experiencing nuclear war during these crises Suez Crisis of 1956 Intervention by the USSR in Hungary in 1956 U-2 Incident in 1960/


War Photographer.

be organised but his job is very unpredictable. He does not know what will happen next. War Photographer – Verse 1 Photographer is an outsider, floats between both worlds. 1) In his darkroom he is finally alone 2) with spools of suffering set out / comprehend. For her, his works are something physical that she can touch, an experience of Shakespeare that nobody else can have. 2nd Quatrain - Lines 5 - 8 Language/poerty metaphor is extended. Uses poetic terms to describe intimacy between both - her body is/


The second Inter-News of 2014 focuses on rethinking the war on drugs. Although the subject is not new in criminology circles, it seems like broader policy.

all recorded murders that year (Guizado, 1992, p. 92). There is no other country in the world that has paid a higher price for the War on Drugs than Colombia. This is not only in the economic cost and direct loss of lives,/ Portugal http://www.iatso.org/ 5 – 8 October, 2014 The 2nd International Conference On Law Enforcement and Public Health Amsterdam, the Netherlands http://www.lephcon.com.au/ 9 – 10 October, 2014 2nd Annual Crinmigration Control Conference: “The Borders of Crimmigration” Leiden, The /


What IF??? There was a WAR, but the people being attacked were completely unaware that there was an enemy actively at work making WAR against THEM?

as we shall see – they did not win the War! There is still a war being fought between these two world-views today: Greek world-view vs. Hebrew world-view. Battle is for the Mind War is won or lost in the mind before a single shot/world view supplanted the Hebrew– Jewish world view and has remained dominant to our day. Yet, even up to the Third Century there were still Jewish believers in Yeshua who were faithful to the Torah (as noted by non- Jewish historians)! Concerning Jewish Followers of Yeshua in 2nd/


Lesson 3 At War with the Planet I. I. 1. Author: Barry Commoner (1917-) born May 28, 1917, Brooklyn, N.Y. U.S. biologist and educator. He studied at Harvard.

in the surrounding 20-mile radius, 135,00 people had to be evacuated. 3) What happened in Bhopal? On the night of Dec. 2nd and 3rd, 1984, a Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, India, began leaking 27 tons of the deadly gas. None of the six /I like her except when she is angry. 除了她发怒的时候, 我挺喜欢她。 I like her except when she is angry. 除了她发怒的时候, 我挺喜欢她。 Part 2 (pp. 2-5) Why two worlds are at war ? 1. breach: 1. breach: If you breach an agreement, a law, or a promise, you break it. (=violate) If you breach an agreement, /


Nationalism World War II is one of the most important and glorious chapters of American History. The actions of the US in WWII were completely and totally.

Isolationist Franklin D. Roosevelt {2nd term} Franklin D. Roosevelt {2nd term} Suffering from Great Depression Suffering from Great Depression Passed Neutrality Laws in 1935 Passed Neutrality Laws in 1935 Enters war December 7, 1941 Enters war December 7, 1941 Soviet/ of Japanese ancestry from areas deemed critical to national defense and potentially vulnerable to espionage. During World War II, just after Pearl Harbor, Presidential Executive Order 9066 and congressional statutes gave the military authority/


“We Didn’t Start the Fire” Billy Joel Cold War 70’s and 80’s Robyn Newberry 2nd Block 1/1/11.

t Start the Fire” Billy Joel Cold War 70’s and 80’s Robyn Newberry 2nd Block 1/1/11 Table of Contents 1. Title 2. Table of Contents 3-5. Political Views 6-8. Cold War 9. Proxy Wars 10. Communism 11. 70’s and/real estate. statelessclasslesssocietystructuredcommon ownershipmeans of productionwage laborprivate property The United States and the Soviet Union differed on how the post-war world should be rebuilt and run. The United States favored a democratic government and the Soviet Union favored a Communistic /


Expansion and Reform Rome in the late 3rd and 2nd centuries.

Goal was stability in Greece and preservation of Rome’s dominance in Greek world The Third Macedonian War (171-168) The son of Philip, Perseus, married the daughter of Antiochus’ successor War ended the Macedonian monarchy Destroyed the wealthy commercial city of Corinth in / of the distinction between Romans and non- Romans Shifted more burdens and less benefits of waging war to the allies Politics in the mid-2nd Century Rome ruled by a few families and favored the wealthy classes Often, success depended on/


War Photographer Comfort and Indifference v Suffering and Pain A reporter’s duty is to tell the truth Rural England vs War Zone Important points to consider.

rows.” Image of mass graves, film becomes a grave Photographer is an outsider, floats between both worlds. ‘Red’ – Room is lit like a church ‘Sanctuary lamp.’ Also connotations of blood. War Photographer – Verse 1  4) as though this were a church and he  5) a/ assimilated to his new home, the simple alliteration indicating that this was a straightforward process for him. She uses the 2nd person “you forget, or don’t recall” to directly expose the often fragile nature of childhood memory. The speaker/


Cold War Around the World World Grouped into 3 sectionsWorld Grouped into 3 sections –1st world- U.S. and allies –2nd world- Soviets and allies –3rd world-

Cold War Around the World World Grouped into 3 sectionsWorld Grouped into 3 sections –1st world- U.S. and allies –2nd world- Soviets and allies –3rd world- developing nations- often characterized by poverty and political instability-/ on hold. North controlled by communists- South controlled by nationalistsNorth controlled by communists- South controlled by nationalists 1946- 1949Civil War resumes- Nationalists better supplied and bigger army- funded by the U.S.- nationalists did little to gain the people’s/


World War I Notes Causes of WWI – MANIA! M ilitarism - policy of building up a strong military to prepare for war A lliances – agreements between nations.

the Battle of the Somme. Douglas Haig has been blamed for the slaughter of thousands of men who were under his control in World War One. The Battle of the Somme was one of his worst fights were 60,000 British soldiers died in the first day alone/ took the village of Passchendaele. However, this offensive cost the British Expeditionary Force around 310,000 men. Battle of the Marne (2nd) During the summer of 1918 the Germans began to advance towards the Marne again. The French armies were in weak condition so /


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