The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee or SNCC was one of the key
organizations in the American civil rights movement of the 1960s. The SNCC was founded in
April 1960 by Ella Baker who gathered young people from the sit-in protest movement that was
The Vietnamese had suffered under French colonial rule for nearly six decades when
Japan took over military bases in Vietnam during World War 2. Veteran Communist leader Ho
Chi Minh organized an independence movement to resist the two foreign powers occup
World War 2
In the early years of World War 2, many americans believed that the United States would
remain its safest if it followed complete neutrality. Although, they would come to realize that the
United States couldn't always pursue its peaceful and u
Treaty of Versailles
World War l had brought about groundbreaking human suffering in European history.
Whole societies of nearly every nation in the continent were either directly or indirectly affected
by the war. To restore the European stability and ma
Why the United States should not have entered into the war with Spain.
Cuban revolutionaries have been fighting Spain the preceding three years of the SpanishAmerican war to gain independence from Spanish colonial rule; therefore it was Cubans