Prisoners of the Japanese
During World War II
And the Atomic Bombs
In the western world, surrender can be seen as honorable. The
Japanese saw surrender as the ultimate shame. Their brutal
treatment toward POWs during World War II reflected this
CRISIS: MISSILES IN CUBA
and Simulation Guide
"NOTE TO THE TEACHER
Crisis; Missiles in Cuba can bea flexible component in any secondary-level social studies
course, particularly U.S. history and government. The program uses documentary foo
What was decolonization & how did
decolonization impact India & Africa?
Warm Up Questions:
The Post-World War II World
What will happen in world history in the
years after World War II (1945today)?
Examine the next four images &
Teacher Instructions for the Choose Your Own Adventure:
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2. Make enough copies of each slip in case kids choose the same path there will be enough.
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SLO Study Guide
1. The economic systems (Capitalism, Communism, Command)
A. India- Which country owned them?
B. China- Who owned them? What were the uprisings/rebellions to kick out
C. Africa- Which countries had contro
Guided Notes for Vietnam War
Origins of Vietnam
Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, & Cambodia)
took land from peasants
built large plantations, taking rice & rubber for profit
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French responded by restricting freedom of
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Aim: What events led to the ongoing conflict
between Jews & Muslims?
Do Now: How would your life be different if you
lived in a place that suffered from weekly terrorist
HW: Come up with a realistic peace plan for
the Arab-Israeli Conflict.
Apartheid in Practice Laws
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Why were the causes of the wars of independence in Latin America more social than
The wars of independence in Latin America were more social than political with the
causes because of the huge gap in the upper and lowe
Established the Peace Corps program on March 1, 1961.
The objective of the Peace Corps was to help foreign countries by sending
doctors, scientists, and others, while spreading the joys of democracy.
R. Sargent Shriver, Kennedys brother-in-law, was th
During the interwar years many things changed, and were affected by the depression.
Canada, the United States, and Venezuela are examples of several countries that went through
some of these changes. All three countries had similarities and
World War I (WWI) and World War II (WWII) had similar causes. Nationalism was one
cause that was present before both wars. In WWI the Serbs wanted to break away, and before
WWII fascists believed in racial su