Hi, Im John Green,
this is Crash Course World History
and today were going to discuss the series of events
that made it possible for you to watch
And also made this studio possible.
And made the warehouse c
Episode 28: American Imperialism
Hi, Im John Green, this is CrashCourse U.S. History and today were gonna talk
about a subject near and dear to my white, male heart: imperialism.
So, here at CrashCourse we occasionally try to point out
Today were going to discuss 19th century Imperialism.
So, the 19th century certainly didnt invent the Empire,
but it did take it to new heights.
By which we means lows.
Or possibly heights.
I dont know.
I cant decide.
Hi, I'm John Green, this is Crash Course U.S. history and Herbert Hoover's here,
which is never a good sign. Today we're gonna return to two of my favorite
topics: economics and inaccurate naming conventions. That's right, we're gonna be talking
Conflict in Israel and Palestine: Crash Course World History 223
Hi, I'm John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today, we're going to talk about
Israel and Palestine, hopefully, without a flame war.
John from the past: Yeah, yeah bi
Samurai, Daimyo, Matthew Perry, and Nationalism: Crash Course World History #34
So, if youre into European history,
youre probably somewhat familiar with nationalism
and the names and countries associated with it.
Bismarck in Germany,
Hi, I'm John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today we continue our discussion
of how a regional conflict became World War I. We're also going to look at who started
the war and although no one nation is truly to blame, some nation
Hi, I'm John Green, this is Crash Course World History and today we're going to talk about
World War I. We actually have two videos about World War I. Today we're going to talk about
how World War I happened. Next week we're going to talk about
Master APAH Review
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Green Text Means Only Khan Links on required page used BUT didnt use additional
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Bryce Smith, Madi Hynson, Marleena Walker, Elizabeth Allen
Fantastic Four Travelers! - Oral Presentation
Intro- Discuss Cake and the places they traveled/paths crossed
Ancient Mediterranean: Ancient
Etruscan and Rome
Form and Function
Content and Context
HUGE Took skill to
Skilled artisans had
to make these b/c
clay was delicate
Not rigid like the
Menelik II (b. 1844 - d. 1913)
Menelik II, known as The Father of Modern Ethiopia, was born in 1844 CE as a son to
the Negus (King) of Ethiopia. At the time of his birth Ethiopia was a colony of Italy. After an
internal power struggle that eff
Citizens had the highest position in Greek society.
Citizens possess full legal rights and could own land.
The law stated that the only way to become a citizen was
hereditary. However, as early as the fifth century B.C., wealth
became a large
Chapter 1: A Stone-Age Brew (Pgs. 9-23) Thoughts and Reflections (Right Side)
1. Key Vocabulary and Key Individuals
Hunter-Gatherer Groups- around 30 nomadic people, who had seasonal camps w/
non-permanent housing (skin tents/huts/caves) to follow season
Introduction : Vital Fluids (Pgs. 1-6) Thoughts and Reflections (Right Side)
1. Key Vocabulary
Near East- Old term for Middle East
Mesopotamia- region that corresponds to modern-day Iraq
Symposia- formal drinking parties where participants drink from t