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  • 3 Pages Accting Project F2013(1)
    Accting Project F2013(1)

    School: Davidson

    Foundations of Accounting I Accounting Project Written by: Karen Pitsch Davids Entertainment is a merchandising business. Their account balances as of November 30, 2012 (unless otherwise indicated), are as follows: 110 112 113 115 116 117 123 124 210 211

  • 4 Pages Bio Exam 2 Review
    Bio Exam 2 Review

    School: Davidson

    Course: Molecules, Genes And Cells

    Chapter 1 Integrating Questions: 1. To help you think about what makes the S strain lethal and the R strain harmless, describe the differences you observe in Figure 1.2. What part of the cell do you think would be altered in order to change the overall ap

  • 7 Pages WWII and the Holocaust Notes
    WWII And The Holocaust Notes

    School: Davidson

    Course: Europe Since 1789

    WORLD WAR II International community was unaware/ indifferent to Germanys changes. Germany begins to act to create lebensraum Leading up to international conflict: 1933: Hitler withdraws from the League of Nations (Europe allows it) 1935: Hitler reintro

  • 3 Pages Midterm Review Part 5 Prussia
    Midterm Review Part 5 Prussia

    School: Davidson

    Course: Europe Since 1789

    The Thousand o Led by Garibaldi o Volunteer army that unites south of Italy, territories kept, Garibaldi dismissed. Results of Italian Unification o No significant bloodshed, centralized by Piedmont Sardinia, no romantic aspect, many cultural disparities

  • 3 Pages Midterm Review Part 4 England
    Midterm Review Part 4 England

    School: Davidson

    Course: Europe Since 1789

    Political Reform in England o Reason why there was no revolution o Reform Bill of 1832, Factory Act of 1833, Mines Act of 1842, Ten Hours Act of 1847 update representation, expand vote to more of middle class, and improve working conditions/ regulations

  • 7 Pages Fascism and Nazism Notes
    Fascism And Nazism Notes

    School: Davidson

    Course: Europe Since 1789

    FASCISM 1920s and 1930s movements all over Europe. Authoritarian, extremely nationalistic, deeply anti-communist, anti-liberal, dictatorial ITALIAN FASCISM People dissatisfied with outcome of the war. -Territorial disappointments (didnt receive Austrian t

  • 3 Pages Midterm Review Part 1
    Midterm Review Part 1

    School: Davidson

    Course: Europe Since 1789

    Midterm Review Part 1 Fatalism o Perception of the 18th century that things wont get better/ inability to conceive a better life The Enlightenment o Rationalization of modern life, with less emphasis on the divine/ religious authority Encyclopdie by De

  • 2 Pages Midterm Review Part 2
    Midterm Review Part 2

    School: Davidson

    Course: Europe Since 1789

    AUSTRIA Emperor Francis I, foreign minister Klemens von Metternich o Want equilibrium, resent nationalism and liberalism BRITIAN Robert Stuart (Viscount Castleraugh) o Advocate diplomacy to avoid violence, no territorial demands, strengthen central Euro

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