02.08 Comparitive History: Eastern and Western
loyalty to your
Which culture influenced it?
The bushido of Japan and the
chivalry of Europe both
emphasized strong loyalty to a
o Economic Conditions:
o The great depression
o Woman only had to work household jobs, meaning more
job opportunities for men.
o Increased military production.
o Goals and aims:
o Believed all Jews should be stripped from their
By: Madelyn handy
Cuba had a very difficult time gaining their freedom. They were owned by
Spanish rulers all the way up to 1898. By the later part of the century, such thing as
he Cuban Independence
October 18, 2015
A River Merchants Wife
The poem A River Merchants Wife tells a story about two people who fell in love but
the husband has to leave to go to Ku-to-yen. Throughout the poem it explains how the women
October 3, 2015
This person is expressing a mood of being lonely and feeling pain, and a tone of
hopelessness. In line 16, it says, You pluck flowers, but I am not there. In that line it is talking
about how his
US Independence Day
1. It is the celebration of the first day
of the French revolution.
2. It is called bastille day because it
was the day that Bastille was
stormed by an angry mob.
3. On this day the French overcame
October 18, 2015
Guan! Guan! Cry the Fish Hawks
The poem Guan! Guan! Cry the Fish Hawks starts off with the guy searching
for a girl. Throughout the poem theres a repeated line. The line is, A ragged
fringe is the floa
By: Madelyn Handy
This is an image of a Nazi
concentration camp. This is
where civilians were held
captive and usually died.
They were beaten, starved
or defeated by diseases.
Theses places were as close
as it got to hell on
November 25, 2015
Both speeches were very inspiring. You got to read about how people were
placed with very difficult situation and managed to find a way to overcome it. Elie
Wiesels story consist o