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trade, migration, or war, and led to the introduction of new ideas, new ways of living, and the development of multicultural societies. The chart on the following slide lists major concepts associated with cultural diffusion and contact. Chapter Summary 1 Chapter Summary Chapter Summary 2 End of Chapter Summary Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answers. Using Key Terms Insert the key term that best completes each of the following sentences. 1. _________________/


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Education and personnel system focused inward on character development and the art of war at the tactical and operational levels, but not at the strategic level of war Result: –Institutionalized excellence at the tactical and operational levels of war, great for wars confined to Europe (victories Danish War of 1864, Austria in 1866 and France 1870) –Weak strategically and disastrous at the grand strategic level of national conflict as evidenced by WWI and WWII (“made enemies/


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The World by the 1920s: Challenges to European Dominance Chapter 29 (w/a lil of C28 mixed in) EQ: How did WWI cause European decline worldwide? Who challenged.

–3) Nationalists movements in key European colonies distracted the already war weary European powers –4) Revolutions in countries such as Mexico, Russia and China shook the economic and political foundations of Imperialism (brief summaries, more on these next class) Each of these developments brought into doubt western Europe’s assumptions about its place as the dominant global powerEach of these developments brought into doubt western Europe’s assumptions/


HOW LEADERSHIP IS TAUGHT AT SANDHURST AND HOW THESE LESSONS CAN BE APPLIED TO THE CIVILIAN WORLD RICK CHATTELL MBE ANDY ALLEN MBE.

training 5.A universally accepted crisis management process Summary INTRODUCTIONS The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst 1801Estate purchased from William Pitt 1810-12Old College built by John Saunders 1911New College built Sandhurst History THE ART OF WAR The conduct of war is an art, a skill requiring a combination of judgement to weigh up factors which can seldom be quantified precisely, insight to assess the value of information which may be inaccurate or misleading/


1 LAW OF WAR Unclassified 2 Terminal Learning Objective Action: Identify what actions are legal and what actions are illegal as they relate to the treatment.

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were elected annually and were in charge of education and the conduct of Spartan citizens. Early Greek Civilization (cont.) −Philosophy, literature, and travel were discouraged. The art of war was the only ideal. Section 1 Athens Early Greek Civilization (cont.) −Early Athens was ruled by aristocrats who owned the best land. −The threat of civil war convinced aristocrats to hand over power to Solon, who ended the economic problems by canceling land debts/


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the internet and newspapers for stories of survivors of the Holocaust. First, they will create a list of ten survivors with short summaries about those people. Then they will create a biography of the survivor and share it with the class. They will connect the survivor to the lessons from the unit (war/ that have “time to talk about it.” Teacher Interview I interviewed Eric Brattin, a six grade language arts teacher at Seabourn Elementary. He has been teaching for two years. There are about 250 books in his/


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1.Write a 2-3 sentence ELOQUENT! summary of Machiavelli’s idea regarding your assigned theme. 2.Bring summary to me as soon as you are done.

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“Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides; and in this.

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A Derivation of the International Legal Status of Taiwan Based on the Delineation of “Categories of Territory” found in U.S. Court Decisions and Customary.

. SUMMARY: As an overview of the above four examples, it is quickly seen that all of these situations have arisen as a result of the conduct of war. Accordingly, the recognition and understanding of these situations is typically beyond the capabilities of those civilian scholars who have no background in “laws of war studies,” which we may refer to in a somewhat broader fashion as “the customary laws of warfare.” Laws of War Studies This field of study includes the/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:Europe in Crisis: The Wars of Religion Section 2:Section 2:Social Crises, War, and.

Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:Europe in Crisis: The Wars of Religion Section 2:Section 2:Social Crises, War, and Revolution Section 3:Section 3:Response to Crisis: Absolutism Section 4:Section 4:The World of European Culture Visual Summary Chapter Intro How does architecture reflect history? The palace at Versailles, shown in this photo, was home to the kings of France from 1682 until 1790. In seventeenth- century/


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Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Futile Search for Stability Section 2:Section 2:The Rise of Dictatorial Regimes.

there is a greater reality that exists beyond the world of physical appearances? A.Realism B.Surrealism C.Dadaism D.Folk art Section 4-End VS 1 The AFTERMATH OF WAR and Impact of GLOBAL DEPRESSION Many nations were unhappy with the peace settlement after World War I. The crash of the U.S. stock market triggered a worldwide financial crisis and a global depression. The Great Depression made people doubt democracy and/


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Department of Arts and Culture Briefing to the Select Committee on the DAC Strategic Plan and Budget Vote 2012/13 30 May 2012 Sibusiso Xaba.

5004,770 Mzansi Golden Economy: New development plan 174,970231,843289,754 Total1,345,0631,488,5221,620,395 15 Budget Summary Per Financial Year Programme2011/122012/132013/142014/15 Programme 2011/122012/132013/142014/15 Administration196,972209,687223,892236,508 Performing Arts581/ Institutions Hosting Province 2012/13 R ’000 2013/14 R’000 2014/15 R’000 War Museum of the Boer Republics FS 7,212 7,697 8,176 William Humphreys Art GalleryNC 5,271 5,613 5,960 Ditsong MuseumGP 58,417 62,450 66,350 Total436/


Department of Arts and Culture Sibusiso Xaba DAC 2012/15 Performance Plan and Budget 18 April 2012.

770 Mzansi Golden Economy: New development plan 174,970231,843289,754 Total1,345,0631,488,5221,620,395 15 Budget Summary Per Financial Year Programme2011/122012/132013/142014/15 Programme 2011/122012/132013/142014/15 Administration196,972209,687223,892236,508 Performing Arts581/CONT.) Heritage Institutions 2012/13 R ’000 2013/14 R’000 2014/15 R’000 War Museum of the Boer Republics - Bloemfontein 7,212 7,697 8,176 William Humphreys Art Gallery - Kimberley 5,271 5,613 5,960 Ditsong Museum - Pretoria 58,417 62,/


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BookOne Book One “The Storm and Carthage” Translation by L.R. Lind.

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there is a greater reality that exists beyond the world of physical appearances? A.Realism B.Surrealism C.Dadaism D.Folk art Section 4-End VS 1 The AFTERMATH OF WAR and Impact of GLOBAL DEPRESSION Many nations were unhappy with the peace settlement after World War I. The crash of the U.S. stock market triggered a worldwide financial crisis and a global depression. The Great Depression made people doubt democracy and/


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Bar to display the answer. Critical Thinking Synthesizing How did World War I influence the literature written during the 1920s? It led many writers to portray disillusionment and to reevaluate the myths of American heroes. Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Section 2-22 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Analyzing Visuals Interpreting Art Study the Edward Hopper painting, Nighthawks/


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energy only on the art of war. Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Chapter Assessment 4 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Understanding the Main Idea Why was the Battle of Marathon important for the Greeks? The battle of Marathon was important because it gave the Greeks a great sense of confidence. Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Chapter Assessment/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:History and Governments Section 2:Section 2:Cultures and Lifestyles Visual Summary.

. People and Cultures (cont.) Section 2 In China, Korea, and Japan, artists have painted the rugged landscapes of their countries, reflecting the strong reverence for nature that is part of both Daoism and Shinto. Many paintings include poems written in an elegant brush stroke called calligraphy, which means “the art of beautiful writing.” calligraphy People and Cultures (cont.) Section 2 Crafts people in East Asia and Southeast/


21 Absolute Monarchs in Europe, 1500–1800

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to interpret Napoleon Published the Summary of the Art of War in 1838 Became the premier military- educational text of the mid-nineteenth century and greatly influenced Civil War generals “Many a Civil War general went into battle with a sword in one hand and Jomini’s Summary of the Art of War in the other” (General J. D. Hittle) Antoine-Henri de Jomini As a product of the Enlightenment, Jomini sought natural laws to govern the conduct of war Developed a very geometrical/


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trends in literature, music, and art. Section 5 During World War I and the 1920s, hundreds of thousands of African Americans joined in the Great Migration from the rural South to industrial cities in the North. In Harlem, African American artistic development, racial pride, and political organization thrived. The Harlem Renaissance (cont.) –The result was a flowering of African American arts that became known as the Harlem Renaissance. The Great Migration, 1917–1930 Section/


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