Write a (2-page minimum) five paragraph essay comparing the effect of WWI and the
current Iraq war on the "home front. Your essay should include specific numbers, activities,
etc. from World War I documents. For example, how many bandages etc. were prepa
US History II
Imitations of the Past
World War One began with the United States taking a stance of neutrality. Once the great
nation engaged in the war its people were heavily patriotic wanting nothing more th
US History II
Child Labor: Exchanging One Problem for Another
In 1908, Child Labor in New York City tenements was a societal commodity. Children
would work in licensed houses to help with bringing in money to s
Lecture V: The Roman Republic
I. the geography of italy
II. the etruscans and the foundation of rome.
III. the roman republic: class and the politics of compromise
IV. the early expansion of rome: 493-265 b.c.
V. the age of imperialism: 264-146 b.c.
Lecture IV: The Hellenistic World
I. The Rise of the Masedonia: 400323 b.c.
II. The Hellenistic Age: 323-30 b.c.
I. The Era of the Hegemonies: a. different city-states (poleis) fought for hegemonies or
leadership over the cities. 1. the two chief city-sta
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Hitler demands Czechoslovakia surrenders Sudetenland to Reich and wins.
Japan attacks Shanghai.
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By: Tabitha Fialkowski
All through the Fifties, a collection of customs began to rule the
United States. This was viewed for a great deal of the weakness
that analysts denounced. TV network executives wanted to
Graded Assignment 5
Throughout the 1950s, America had still been recuperating from the overwhelming
effects of WWII. Jack Kerouac established the slogan "Beat Generation" in 1948 to differentiate
a supposed secretive,
Changes of WWII
by: Tabitha Fialkowski
For most Americans, the war had a unsettling control-separating families, overcapacity in
housing, and creating a scarcity of customer merchandise. The war speed up the movement
from the urban areas to the cities. It
Could you imagine growing up during a time where many people refer to it as, the war
to end all wars? Well, during WWI, more than 9 million Americans registered for the draft and
merely three million were actua
Many pilots were educated and practiced, but most had come from normal civilian life to
become fighter pilots with the Royal Air Force. All through the Battle, which lasted almost four
months, many were killed in
During the 1900s, statistics shows that American children worked in large groups in mines, glass factories, manufacturing and
farming. During the final part of the 19th century, countless labor union
Axis Powers Actions
out in Spain.
begun to work for a
law whereby the
of guns or
Tabitha Fialkowski-Wk.3 Graded Assignment
The Great Depression was the worst economic fall ever in U.S. history, and one which
spread to practically the entire developed world. The depression lasted for about a decade. Many
factors played a part
FDRs New Deal Programs
By: Tabitha Fialkowski
The New Deal was the name given to Franklin D.
Roosevelt's multipart package of economic programs
developed to combat the Great Depression in the
1930s. They were a series of domestic programs
I personally believe the Progressive movement was a real reform and very progressive. This
movement was when big corporations were being corrupt and people were taking a stand
to eliminate the corruption. During this reform, one of the progressives was Wo
Chapter 8 Study Guide:
I. Indian situation in 1790 a. Results of Treaty of Paris (1783) western boundary = Mississippi River b. 1790: only 200,000 non-Indians west of Appalachian Mountains 1820: 2 million non-Indians west o
Chapter 7 Study Guide: Democracy in Distress: The Violence of Party Politics 1788-1800
I. Background on Alexander Hamilton (1757? 1804) a. Birth in the sugar islands the unrespectable beginning b. Move to America in 1772 Kings College Washingtons
Chapter 6 Study Guide:
Living in a Revolutionary Society
I. Order vs. liberty governed with consent of the people but who are the people? a. Who cannot vote in colonial America? Women, Native Americans, blacks, often white males without property i
Chapter 5 Study Guide:
The American Revolution
I. Growing differences between Englishmen and English colonists a. Accession of George III in 1760 i. The revolving door of ministers, advisors early in his reign 1. Earl of Bute, George Grenville, Lo