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Nate Merrill

A Fire Waiting to be Lit: The Origins of World War I - 11 views

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    "A Fire Waiting to be Lit: The Origins of World War I"
    Constitutional Rights Foundation
Cindy Marston

History Ebooks - Explaining History Ebooks: The 20th Century In 100 Short Chapters - 16 views

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    Check out our new Explaining History video channel on YouTube, featuring advice, study skills, theory and further exploration of 20th Century themes. Click here for more Welcome to Explaining History:20th Century history ebooks for Kindle and iBooks, Kobo and more From the very origins of the communism, in the radicalised European working class movements of the late 19th Century, a vast an complex ideological movement that would eventually dominate much of humanity a century later emerged.
Carrie Wible

5 Documents that Changed the World - 5 views

http://www.helpteaching.com/blog/five-documents-that-changed-the-world-and-will-engage-your-students.html

europe america c19th c20th c18th c17th c16th c15th

started by Carrie Wible on 24 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
Matt Esterman

BBC - History - World Wars: The Origins of World War One - 11 views

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    The Origins of WWI by Dr Gary Sheffield
Nate Merrill

The Diary of Arthur L. Linfoot - 3 views

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    January 1914 - December 1918
Cara Montrois

BBC NEWS | Special Reports | 1989 europes revolution - 3 views

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    1989 - Europe's revolution
    From BBC News
    Lots of great maps, video clips, & articles
Nate Merrill

The Origins of the Cold War, 1945-1949 - 13 views

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    EDSITEment
Nate Merrill

Maps - 8 views

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    Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust Maps
Jonathan Boyd

Portal Historyczny: Who writes a history and for whom? A public discussion with Norman ... - 5 views

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    Two prominent historians, Norman Davies and Timothy Snyder, were hosted at the Batory Foundation in Warsaw on Thursday, 28 November. The discussion was moderated by Aleksander Smolar, director of the Foundation's board. The full house included prominent historians, directors of institutions and programmes in Warsaw, Toruń and Radom, researchers including Jan Kieniewicz, the University of Warsaw historian and author of books on Europe and Asia, and members of the press.
Jonathan Boyd

Germany and Europe: Contents - 0 views

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    LECTURE NOTES, GERMANY AND EUROPE, 1871-1945

David Hilton

Khan Academy Humanities - 18 views

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    Great free resources for use by school students.
Nate Merrill

Echoes and Reflections - Student Teacher Resources - Materials - 5 views

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    "Echoes and Reflections Student/Teacher Resource Center. On this section of the site, you will have an opportunity to learn more about the Holocaust as well as gain access to additional primary sources, such as photographs, artifacts, documents, and online exhibitions."
Ian Gabrielson

Hitler's policy let Dutch Nazi elude death in 1949 but now he is on trial for an execut... - 3 views

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    History in the News
David Hilton

Manufacturing Pasts - 7 views

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    Useful for teaching the Industrial Revolution, etc.
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