Ppt on weapons of mass destruction song

2012 Total War: Weapons, Trench Warfare, and Battles of World War One Lesson Date your papers: Friday, April 27, 2012 Monday, April 30, 2012 Tuesday, May.

of factors like the embracing of the total war, the new mass destruction weapons, the willingness to sacrifice millions of lives for little land gain, having war target civilians in their attacks, and the amount of/ In The Trenches” – “The Rear-Guard: – “Wirers” – “Dreamers” – “How To Die” – “The Effect” – “Trench Duty: – “The Break Of Day” – “Song-Books Of The War” – “Repression Of War Experience” – “Remorse” – “Dead Musicians” – “The Dream” – “In The Pink” – “A Working Party” – “Blighters” – “They” – “/


+ Literature of the Absurd What does it mean and do we care?

accept a unanimous consensus of moral and social order. The decline of religious faith, the destruction of the belief in automatic social and biological progress, the discovery of vast areas of irrational and unconscious forces within the human psyche, the loss of a sense of control over human development in an age of totalitarianism, and weapons of mass destruction and mass persuasion, have all eroded a sense of confidence in the future of the world. + In/


Prehistory & the Rise of Civilization

. of destruction grows even faster than tech. of production/masses are armed w/iron (FC.19) FC.9 FARMERS, NOMADS, AND THE SPREAD OF CIVILIZATION Well watered farmlands Birth of agric. (FC.4) Domestic. of/using: Mounted cavalry Siege weapons Iron weapons Chaldean Emp. (612-539/of flood control & irrigation Famine Invasions & peasant revolts Fall of T’ang & eventual rise of Song Dynasty (FC.57) FC.57 THE SUNG DYNASTY (960-1279) & MONGOL RULE (1279-1368) Fall of T’ang Dynasty in 906 (FC.55) Powerful kingdom of/


A History of Atomic Theory AndStructure. History of the Atom Not the history of atom, but the idea of Original idea began Ancient Greece (400 B.C.E.)

the electron Did so by finding the charge to mass ratio Did so by finding the charge to mass ratio He was also the first person to notice that/of the weapons. Grew to employ more than 130k people Note: Considerable controversy surrounds Heisenberg’s work for the German’s on atomic research during World War II. World War IIWorld War II Manhattan Project Driven by fear of Hitlers Germany Monumental project - but took less than four years Fission chain reaction from U and Pu that released the bombs destructive/


Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ, UoM1 PRESS LAWS. Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ, UoM2 A History of Press Legislation in India In India, the history of laws directed.

of a magistrate of Ghazepore. Deportation was the most effective weapon used to eliminate troublesome and unwanted editors and ‘Silk Buckingham’ was the most important victim of/of poison more deadly than prussic acid, strychnine or arsenic", and proposed a bill to restrict the sale of pornography; giving statutory powers of destruction would allow for a much more effective degree of/ the rural masses. An urgent and important programme suffered a serious setback owing to suppression of freedom of the press by/


Splash Screen Section 1-4 Preview of Events China Reunified.

the Han, the Tang dynasty brought about its own destruction.  The Sui Dynasty and The Tang Dynasty (/weapon called a fire-lance, which shot out flame and projectiles up to 40 yards. Government and the Economy (cont.) (pages 250–251) Section 1-23 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Woodblock printing was developed during the Tang dynasty.  Books could be mass/ the thirteenth century, Marco Polo described the Song capital of Hangzhou, saying that “So many pleasures may/


The Apocalypse of Jesus Apocalypse, the title of this book in the original Greek, means "unveiling" or "disclosure" of hidden things known only to God.

longer) This is a declaration that, when the cup of the iniquity of the Jews should be full, they should then be punished in a mass. They were determined to proceed further, and God permits them so to do; reserving the fullness of their punishment until they had filled up the measure of their iniquity. This destruction is that which was to fall upon the Jews/


Weapons & Trench Warfare World War One Total War/Modern Warfare.

of trenches to attack enemy Sprinting across area known as “no-man’s-land” a deadly game Thousands on both sides died, cut down by enemy guns More effective Other new weapons more effective than poison gas Rapid-fire machine guns in wide use Artillery and high-explosive shells, enormous destructive power New weapons/of trenches to escape the deadly gunfire  Rapid Firing Machine Guns Machine Guns The Machine Gun Germans first to mass/. “Bombed Last Night”-a Trench Song about Poison Gas Bombed last night,/


HOW TO WRITE A RESEARCH PAPER. Active vs. Passive Voice In active voice…… the subject of the sentence performs the action expressed in the verb. The dog.

of weapons of mass destruction, and advances in military intelligence. II. Background Information (if needed) III. Thesis Topic #1 - Fear a. Paranoia of Machine vs. Humans b. Relying on Machines more than Humans IV. Thesis Topic #2 – Increased Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction a. More Violence b. No Need for these Weapons/Long Poems  Movies  TV Series  Newspapers/Magazines  Short Works Are Surrounded By Quotation Marks  Songs  Chapters in a Book  Episodes in a TV Series  One-Act Plays  Short Poems /


Weapons & Trench Warfare World War One Total War/Modern Warfare.

of trenches to attack enemy Sprinting across area known as “no-man’s-land” a deadly game Thousands on both sides died, cut down by enemy guns More effective Other new weapons more effective than poison gas Rapid-fire machine guns in wide use Artillery and high-explosive shells, enormous destructive power New weapons/of trenches to escape the deadly gunfire  Rapid Firing Machine Guns Machine Guns The Machine Gun Germans first to mass/. “Bombed Last Night”-a Trench Song about Poison Gas Bombed last night,/


Preview and Review. QUESTIONS OF PERIODIZATION Change over time occurs for many reasons, but three phenomena that tend to cause it are: Mass migrations.

: Mass migrations - Whenever a significant number of people/ Arab and Berber traders also carried cloth, weapons, and manufactured goods from ports on the /good military, partly because of constant threats of invasion by numerous nomadic groups. The Song military was led by scholar/of Indian history. Mongols - The Mongol conquests have been depicted as assaults by savage and barbarian people who brought nothing but death and destruction to the areas they attacked. Whereas no one can deny the brutality of/


Old Testament Survey- Exodus

The Lament for Saul (1) Verses 17-27 are a song of lament written by poet David in honor of his king and his friend. The refrain, "How the mighty/of Gods destruction of the armies of Sennacherib because of Hezekiahs faithfulness and, with Isaiahs help, he was blessed by God (32). Manasseh was blamed for the destruction of Jerusalem by the writer of/ everyone work with weapons beside them and in shifts, half working and half on alert. Old Testament Survey- Nehemiah OUTLINE OF THE BOOK OF NEHEMIAH 3. Economic/


Wordly Wise Lesson 6. abolish v. To bring to an end; to do away with. Most people would support a plan to abolish weapons of mass destruction.

6 abolish v. To bring to an end; to do away with. Most people would support a plan to abolish weapons of mass destruction. agony n. Great pain of mind or body; suffering. The pinched nerve caused him agony for several weeks. agonizing – adj. Very painful. Watching their/v. To move or be moved suddenly and with great force, as if by a catapult. The Groaner’s latest song catapulted them to the top of the music charts. character n. 1. The qualities that make a person different or special. Your friend’s support/


Media Writing Skills In English

as two-fold: to fight terrorism and to curb the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. (3) After a clause that introduces a list. _ The Lower House of Parliament discussed the following topics: foreign trade, educational reforms and tax/of books, movies, plays, operas, songs, poems, TV program titles, and the title of lectures, speeches and works of art. _ Speaking on the NBC weekly “ Meet the Press” program, the U,S Secretary of State insisted on Iraq’s possession of weapons of mass destruction/


World War II: The Road to War (1931–1941).  How did Stalin change the government and the economy of the Soviet Union?  What were the origins and goals.

invasion of China. Although China had more manpower than Japan, Japan’s superior weapons allowed it to win control of major /destruction of an entire ethnic or cultural group, against the Jewish people.  To carry out their plan, the Nazis outfitted six camps in Poland with gas chambers. Unlike concentration camps, these death camps existed primarily for mass murder.  The U.S. government knew about the mass murder of/Rosie the Riveter (a fictional character from a song in 1942) became the popular name for /


Chapter Twenty-Six: America in a World at War. The U.S. Transformed by War The U.S. Transformed by War –“Big-Picture” Effects of the War  Unprecedented.

end of the war, the Germans developed V1 and V2 rockets.  Allied Advantage: Techniques of mass production in the U.S. were more efficient than those of the Axis/ at the University of Chicago, he created the first controlled fission in December 1942.  Manhattan Project: The army took control of the weapon development in 1942,/of Japan to surrender or face “prompt and utter destruction,” without mention of an atomic bomb. 50 Chapter Twenty-Six: America in a World at War The Defeat of the Axis The Defeat of/


What are skylanders Skylander are mythical protectors of skylands, using their unique abilities to protect the innocent towns people for mass destruction.

be an even bigger hero… and have even more songs written about him. Stealth elf silent but deadly As a small child, Stealth Elf awoke one morning inside the hollow of an old tree with no memory of how she got there. She was taken in by/ He now thunders through Skylands, leaving a wake of destruction against any who threaten it. Despite his thick skin, he still gets a bit touchy about his inability to fly. For years, Dino-Rang trained to use the weapons of his tribe – earthen boomerangs. His people were /


1890-1945 PERIOD 7. KEY TERMS/PEOPLE Roosevelt Corollary Rough Riders Platt Amendment The Shame of Cities The Jungle (by Upton Sinclair) Clayton Anti-Trust.

of us to find jobs. Many people my age also have thousands of dollars in student loan debt which makes it difficult to buy necessities. WAR OF TECHNOLOGY More destructive than any war before it because of new technology New weapons:/1932? THE ROARING TWENTIES 1920S POPULAR CULTURE Mass media spread culture and awareness Radio Cinema Tin Pan Alley Writing/Performing popular music and songs Harlem Renaissance Celebration of African American culture Writing, songs, dance, paintings, etc. Langston Hughes CULTURE/


ASIA 600-1450 Unit 3 Section 3.

destruction of the Tang Empire Buddhism, because it had come to China from India, became a scapegoat for many of the problems the Tang faced Buddhist monasteries were accused of/of goods Military technologies were also essential because the Song military commanded more than 1 million men Improvements in iron & steel production and experiments with gunpowder produced innovative and effective weapons. The Song Empire 960-1279 The song/Mongol princes led to mass rebellion and the eventual rise of a new empire /


Suicide Pacts Lisa Armstrong, Chelsea Lovering, Katie Mote, Stephanie White NURS 535: Death and Dying The University of New Hampshire Professor Mote.

a village south- west of Kampala in Uganda, about 600 members of the sect ‘The Ten Commandments of God’ committed suicide by setting fire to themselves after hours of songs and prayers.” http://www.mayhem.net/Crime/uganda.html Mass Suicide: Historical and Psychodynamic /of the 47 Ronin at Sengaku-ji. War “Since the earliest period of Japanese history a warrior’s self destruction was accepted as a release from shame, an act of honor and courage, and an ultimate proof of integrity.” “The classical manner of/


IB HOA ~ The Vietnam War, Unit 4 - Day 13 Objectives: Students will be able to… understand the significance, causes, course, and effects of American involvement.

out the fire, so its usage made weapons even more destructive. President Nixon: Inaugurated Jan. ‘69 Introduced his policy of Vietnamization = by gradually withdrawing 540,000 U.S/of the Vietcong. 2) Finally, considered turning point of war! My Lai Massacre, March 16, 1968: = the mass murder of 347 to 504 unarmed citizens in S. Vietnam (all of whom were civilians; some of/ youth was, “trust no one over thirty.” Other memorable anti-war songs of the Vietnam War Era: Bob Dylan: Times They Are A Changin’ John/


Andre Morris American Dream music project. INDEX Eminem Mosh 2000 The Game Dreams 2000 System of a down B.Y.O.B 90s System of a down A.D.D 90s Billy Bragg.

and assemble our own army, to disarm this weapon of mass destruction that we call our president, for the present, and mosh for the future of our next generation, The song is about bush and how he has ruined the country. I chose this song because I believe that America would be a better / Im not the only one I hope someday youll join us And the world will live as one I chose this song because it makes a lot of sense about the world. It is about the world and how it would be like without chaos. It makes me /


 Incident in a future war?  A nuclear arms race began after WW2 as superpowers in the East and West began testing powerful new weapons.  The rising.

weapons.  The rising of the Iron Curtain intensified the threat of mass destruction and led to the Nuclear Fear of the 1950s and 1960s  At the 1925 Geneva Conference the French suggested a protocol for the non- use of poisonous gases: "The use in war of asphyxiating, poisonous or other gases, and all of/Enemies have some things in common It’s ironic that Vaudevue sand the same song as her enemy Reminds the reader of the beginning of the poem, when Vaudevue has just survived the battle The poem ends sadly –/


Higher Revision Close reading. The Types of Question you will meet in Higher English Close Reading Understanding In this type of question, you are asked.

of fossil fuels to transport us thousands of miles,” writes John Rentoul. Yes, we do, because a combination of well-run tour operators (those mass/wrong tone to set. He also analyses how the song doesn’t fit with the needs of the audience. Finally, he analyses how the performance –/ in the sky behind him. The weapon behind his back shows that he is a warrior, /of victory overcomes it. The inverted commas around “lucky” convey a hint of sarcasm that it is not really good fortune to wake up to such destruction/


ASIA 600-1450 Unit 3 Section 3. CHINA After a 300 year period of disunity following the collapse of the Han dynasty in 220 CE, the Sui family reunited.

destruction of the Tang Empire – Buddhism, because it had come to China from India, became a scapegoat for many of the problems the Tang faced Buddhist monasteries were accused of/of goods – Military technologies were also essential because the Song military commanded more than 1 million men – Improvements in iron & steel production and experiments with gunpowder produced innovative and effective weapons. The Song Empire 960-1279 The song/ princes led to mass rebellion and the eventual rise of a new empire /


POLS 373 Foundations of Comparative Politics

First Look Which of the following are “terrorists”? Members of the African National Congress (ANC) who fought against the white South African government during the period of apartheid States that use weapons of mass destruction against civilian populations Members of an “insurgency”/” Edwin Starrs "War" on YouTube NOTE: Listen to the song as a rationalist. Consider the underlying message of Starr’s song, which is that war (a form of organized violence) is a fundamentally irrational act. Can this assumption /


World War I and the Crisis of the European Order.

of dollars of economic loss, destruction of/of the Rhine river Germany surrendered all of its overseas colonies in Africa and the Pacific Limited the size of the German military Prohibited from importing or manufacturing weapons/ mass /song of the Beloved. 3. Colonialism Prayer for Peace (I of V only) to Georges and Claude Pompidou I. Lord Jesus, at the end of this book, which I offer You As a ciborium of sufferings At the beginning of the Great Year, in the sunlight Of Your peace on the snowy roofs of/


Time Line Analysis Project Sherry Breeden Walden University Evolution of Educational Technology EDUC-7100-2.

writes: "The Second Wave Society is industrial and based on mass production, mass distribution, mass consumption, mass education, mass media, mass recreation, mass entertainment, and weapons of mass destruction. You combine those things with standardization, centralization, concentration, and synchronization, and you/ were popular. Music Jazz was hot! Jazz or also called “The Devil’s Music” was everywhere. Songs about going places also came about as more and more people had the opportunity to travel as Auto’s/


 Chapter 25 Nuclear Chemistry For Advanced Chemisty, this is part of Unit 2 For Chemistry, this is part of Unit 7 FOR ALL CLASSES, you do not need to.

reactions. They can be very destructive, but you need a CRITICAL MASS http://goatmilk.files.wordpress.com/2008/of Stability. The stable isotopes can be calculated using a simple formula. IsotopeHalf LifeInformation Carbon-145,730 yearsUsed in dating of ancient artifacts Tritium (H-3)12.3 yearsProduced from weapons/song?) http://www.jeopardy.com/multimedia_downloads.php  Transuranium elements are the elements that have an atomic number greater than U.  All of the transuranium elements are man-made. Most of/


Mass Extinction ASTR 1420 Lecture 9 Sections : 4.6, 6.4, 11.3.

~180km in diameter Recent discovery (1978) Recent discovery (1978) Equals to the energy of 10,000+ times of all nuclear weapon detonations Some recent impacts! Arizona (Barringer Crater) Arizona (Barringer Crater) ≈4,000 ft/of a mass extinction event, possibly one of the fastest ever predict that humanitys destruction of the biosphere could cause the extinction of one-half of all species in the next 100 years. predict that humanitys destruction of the biosphere could cause the extinction of one-half of/


Postmodernism. Origins of Postmodernism The beginning of the postmodern debate essentially began in 1979 with the publication of the essay “The Postmodern.

was denied information to report. Beaudrillard The same thing happened in the Iraq war. The public were told Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. That was a lie. The public were told there was a link between Iraq and the 9/11 terrorism. That was/in ‘IB’ Tarantino uses modern music - e.g. a David Bowie song when Shosanna is doing her hair and makeup. Also, Tarentino uses music from spaghetti westerns – a deliberate mixing of genres. Controversial questions. Why do we watch films like this? Is ‘/


Copyright ©2012, ©2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The American Nation: A History of the United States, Fourteenth Edition Mark C.

of degradation even when it meant self-destruction Riots polarized society on racial lines; whites fled to the suburbs in droves Black Power advocates became more determined to separate from whites Extremists formed the Black Panthers and collected weapons/rights reserved. The American Nation: A History of the United States, Fourteenth Edition Mark C. Carnes John A. Garraty From the “Beat Movement” to Student Radicalism (contd) “Beats” in the 1950s  Their world was folk songs and acid rock music, “be-ins,”/


A World in Crisis Causes of WWI M A I NM A I N –Militarism (build up) –Alliances (entente cordiale) –Imperialism –Nationalism – feeling of intense pride.

couldnt have fired another torpedo into this mass of humans desperately trying to save themselves"./The security of our nation depends on YOU. This message will not self destruct, and neither/ Mud in the Trenches Trench Warfare – New Weapons WHAT DOES EUROPE LOOK LIKE WHEN THE WAR BEGINS ?????/of paper!  There were many patriotic songs during WWI – one of the most famous was George M. Cohen’s “Over There”.  Patriotic songs can inspire soldiers and civilians in times of crisis.  Instructions – Write a song/


Mass Extinction ASTR 1420 Lecture 9 Sections : 4.6, 6.4, 11.3.

(1978) Recent discovery (1978) Equals to the energy of 10,000+ times of all nuclear weapon detonations Some recent impacts! Arizona (Barringer Crater) Arizona (/of a mass extinction event, possibly one of the fastest ever predict that humanitys destruction of the biosphere could cause the extinction of one-half of all species in the next 100 years. predict that humanitys destruction of the biosphere could cause the extinction of one-half of/LHB phase? Evidence of LHBs at other stars? BD+20 307 (Song et al. /


Copyright ©2012, ©2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The American Nation: A History of the United States, Fourteenth Edition Mark C.

of degradation even when it meant self-destruction Riots polarized society on racial lines; whites fled to the suburbs in droves Black Power advocates became more determined to separate from whites Extremists formed the Black Panthers and collected weapons/rights reserved. The American Nation: A History of the United States, Fourteenth Edition Mark C. Carnes John A. Garraty From the “Beat Movement” to Student Radicalism (contd) “Beats” in the 1950s  Their world was folk songs and acid rock music, “be-ins,”/


THE VIETNAM YEARS Chapter 22 You can kill ten of my men for every one I kill of yours. But even at those odds, you will lose and I will win. - Ho Chi.

1965 (AP). Soldiers of the U.S. First Air Cavalry Division point their weapons at villagers whom they/ Small #’s of returning veterans protested. Musicians took up the antiwar cause. Many protest songs became popular. / Peace March Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction Rolling Stones – Satisfaction Rolling Stones/s capital, Saigon. By daybreak, thousands of Vietnamese had massed at the US Embassy hoping to be /


C HAPTER 7: T ONE, P OINT OF V IEW, AND ALLUSIONS.

Superman were real, here’s how the Iraq war could have been avoided: At the request of the U.N., the Man of Steel rockets to Iraq, scans for weapons of mass destruction with his X-ray vision and, upon finding some, flings them into the sun. Instant / subject. The Bible or other religious texts History Literature Greek, Roman, or other mythology Popular culture, including movies, songs, works of art, fashion, the media, etc. Allusion A master reader may read allusion. The common reader will have difficulty./


Genes and Variation This group of ladybug beetles illustrates a population with a number of inherited traits Darwin recognized such variations as the raw.

different mating songs SEXUAL NATURAL SELECTION Preferential choice of a mate based on the presence of a specific trait SPECIATION Reproductive Isolation: –Inability of formerly interbreeding organisms to produce offspring –May result from disruptive natural selection of breeding /beak color, feather colors, and total mass Many of these characteristics appeared in bell-shaped distributions typical of polygenic traits These data indicate that there is great variation of heritable traits among the Galápagos /


This movie poster is an example of — A. how Western movies are unpopular in many parts of Europe and Asia B. the global diffusion of American culture.

Mass media – communicating with large audiences – skyrocketed with television. Advertising industry took off. 9% homes had TVs in 1948 – 55% in 1954. By 1960 – 90% of/recorded many popular rock and roll songs by black artists for a white /OF THE 1950’s  Science Fiction became very popular in the 1950’s, thanks in large part to nuclear weapons and rockets. Two of/of all good, you ask for your own destruction. When money ceases to become the means by which men deal with one another, then men become the tools of/


William McKinley (1843 – 1901) The 25th President of the United States. McKinley led the nation to victory in the Spanish–American War, raised protective.

of Grenada. Iran-Contra Affair involved selling weapons to Iran then using money from the weapons sale to buy guns for the "Contra" guerrillas in Nicaragua. George Bush Sr. (1924 – Present)  41st President of/ singer. He is considered one of the most influential jazz artists of all time, is remembered for songs like for songs like Star Dust, La Via / Ford An American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and developed the assembly line technique of mass production. Ford’s Model T cars were/


AP World History Review

of the following statements concerning conservative political strategies after 1850 is most accurate? A) With the destruction of the liberal movement, conservatives felt free to restore the aristocratic bias of/weapons. And the answer is A) The doctrine of mercantilism equated possession of /creating the strategy of converting Hindu elites as a means of achieving mass conversions? A/Song C) Qing D) Chou E) Manchu And the answer is C) Qing Which of the following was NOT one of the three military centralizers of/


Ancient Chinese Inventions and Technology Building blocks of OurCcivilization.

one general direction as it flew through the air. It is not clear how effective these arrows of flying fire were as weapons of destruction, but their psychological effects on the Mongols must have been formidable. Gunpowder changed the methods of war forever. Mechanical Clock One of the greatest inventions of the medieval world was the mechanical clock. The difficulty in inventing a mechanical clock was to/


Survey of Church History

in their songs. 38 The Lutheran Reformation L. gave the German people not only a Bible in their own tongue, but also a hymnbook; in his hands the hymn became a powerful spiritual weapon and he became the father of evangelical hymnody/ destruction. Finally, after years of negotiations the Peace of Westphalia was signed in 1648. Calvinism was recognized as a legal religion along with Lutheranism and RC; each prince of the empire was permitted to determine the religion of his state, according to the status of /


U.S. REGENTS REVIEW Thematic Review. AMENDMENTS AMENDMENTDESCRIPTION 1 st Amendment Freedom of religion, speech, and press Right to peacefully assemble.

than two weeks of military action (100 hours) Operation Desert Storm – ended in a cease fire and Iraq accepting all of the UN’s demands, 1991 “War on Terror” Afghanistan  9/11/01 Iraq  WMD, Weapons of mass destruction, March 2003 Bombing of USS Cole Taliban/Underground Railroad W.E.B. Du Bois 1800s African American civil rights leader Founder of the NAACP “Duke” Ellington 1920s Songwriter, band leader, and figure of Harlem Renaissance Songs include “Take the A Train” and “Mood Indigo” F. Scott Fitzgerald /


U.S. History Final Format 75 Multiple Choice (.7 pts. each) 52.5 10 True or False (.7 pts. each) 7.0 15 Matching (3x5) (.7 pts. each) 10.5 2 of 8 Essay.

of Reconstruction Reconstruction just as bad as the war for South –Loss of infrastructure, economy, political power, massive physical destruction Causes decades of animosity –South felt beaten down, humiliated –Civil War referred to as “War of/ pamphlets, films, songs –“Four minute men” speeches –Advertise “war bonds” Effective in hiding the realities of the brutal war /Depression begins… The Great Depression Underlying causes of the Great Depression: –Trend of mass-consumerism based on credit, not real money/


Ch. 24: World War Looms. The Rise of Dictators The roots of WWII went back to the end of WWI and the 1920s. The Treaty of Versailles had left the defeated.

offices or wherever they were needed. Ads and a popular song promoted “Rosie the Riveter,” the symbol of patriotic women defense workers. The government hired scientists to develop new weapons and medicines. They made improvements in radar and sonar; and/drops the atomic bomb on the Japanese industrial city of Hiroshima. The destructive capacity of this now-primitive weapon levels the city, killing 80,000 immediately, seriously injuring another 100,000, and leveling 98% of the city’s buildings. Aug. 9Aug. 9 /


WORLD WAR II. Bell Ringer Why do you think the Western Powers adopted a policy of appeasement toward an angrily rising German population in the late 1930’s?

will play the opening of the song for you Then I will give you time to answer the question on the bottom of the paper! This bell/to Citizens of Japan No Argument Bombing Civilians Mass Destruction Inhumane to Attack Civilians Drags war out Heavy loss of life on both sides for sure The Cost of War /destruction of Japan with nuclear weapons, leading nations of the world entered an arms race to produce nuclear capable weapons. Millions would live globally in fear of nuclear war. The Bomb Shelter Craze of/


Cold War. Vocabulary superpower - a powerful nation, especially one capable of influencing events and the acts and policies of other nations. Nuclear-

arsenals of weapons. Hydrogen bombs were 1,000 X more powerful than the atomic bomb. ICBMs could hit targets around the world. This constant fear of nuclear attack led to an atmosphere of tension. Both countries followed a policy of “mutually assured destruction”./. Art, music, film, and literature reflect the tension, turmoil, and competition of the Cold War. Books: Animal Farm & 1984, spy novels. Music: Folk and Vietnam War protest songs, Bob Dylan, the Beatles, punk rock, etc. Movies and TV: James Bond/


Chapter 24 Lecture Preview Truman Domestic The Golden Age The Eisenhower Era The Freedom Movement The Election of 1960.

use of nuclear weapons on any Communist state that tried to gain territory through force. Result: A cut in military spending and an increase in America’s nuclear arsenal. B-52 & ICBMs “CONTAINMENT” Mutually Assured Destruction 1955 – Mutually Assured Destruction or / 1960, Congress authorized $500 million to prevent communism from spreading in Latin America. The Eisenhower Era: Society Mass Society and Its Critics The Eisenhower Era: Counterculture The Beats- Led to what became known as a generation gap,/


AP World History Review 1750-1914. In what century did the Atlantic slave trade reach its zenith in terms of numbers of Africans exported? A) fifteenth.

of the following statements concerning conservative political strategies after 1850 is most accurate? A) With the destruction of the liberal movement, conservatives felt free to restore the aristocratic bias of/weapons. And the answer is A) The doctrine of mercantilism equated possession of /creating the strategy of converting Hindu elites as a means of achieving mass conversions? A/Song C) Qing D) Chou E) Manchu And the answer is C) Qing Which of the following was NOT one of the three military centralizers of/


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