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UNIT 2 - Many men killed in the trenches were buried almost where they fell. - The open space between two sets of opposing trenches became known as No Man’s Land because no soldier wanted to traverse the distance for fear of attack. - Their most important task was digging the trenches in WW1.

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İkinci Dünya Savaşı: Savaş Öncesi

World War II: Before the War İkinci Dünya Savaşı: Savaş Öncesi I. Bölüm Resimler yüksek çözünürlüktedir. Orijinal haller için resimlerin üzerine tıklayın yada üzerine sağ tıklayaıp "resme bak " diyin . Adolf Hitler, age 35, on his release from Landesberg Prison, on December 20, 1924. Hitler had been convicted of treason for his role in an attempted coup in 1923 called the Beer Hall Putsch. This photograph was taken shortly after he finished dictating "Mein Kampf" to deputy Rudolf Hess. Eight…

Japanese American internment was the World War II internment in "War Relocation Camps" of about people of Japanese heritage who lived on the Pacific coast of the United States. Sixty-two percent of the internees were American citizens. American Line, Japanese American, Asian American, American History, History Online, Us History, Camping World, Pearl Harbor, Clip

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UNIT 7   -During the Second World War, on 19 August 1942, the Allies launched a major raid on the small French coast port of Dieppe.   -The raid was a disaster: More than 900 Canadian soldiers were killed, and thousands more were wounded and taken prisoner.  -The raid was over by mid-day. Dieppe Raid, Canadian Soldiers, Ww2 Pictures, Canadian History, World War Two, Troops, Wwii, Bing Images, Monster Trucks

UNIT 7 -During the Second World War, on 19 August 1942, the Allies launched a major raid on the small French coast port of Dieppe. -The raid was a disaster: More than 900 Canadian soldiers were killed, and thousands more were wounded and taken prisoner. -The raid was over by mid-day.

Adolf Hitler Germany third Reich anniversary chancellor nazi party dictator holocaust Nov 18 1938 - The Night Of The Broken Glass - throughout Germany, Jewish shops had the windows smashed World Watch, Jolie Photo, World History, Jewish History, European History, History Major, Canadian History, World War Two, Crystals

Kristallnacht - The Night of Broken Glass

Germans pass by the broken shop window of a Jewish-owned business that was destroyed during Kristallnacht. Kristallnacht or the "Night of Broken Glass" as it is known in English, was a series of vicious attacks against Jews and Jewish-owned property throughout Germany and parts of Austria, that took place exactly 75 years ago on the night of 9/10 November, 1938. Nearly one hundred Jews were murdered that night, and about 30,000 more arrested and put in concentration camps. More than 1,000…

Forgotten Battles Against the Deep State Part The True Story Behind the October Crisis of 1970 Must Be Told October Crisis, New Democratic Party, James Richards, 20 Year Anniversary, Human Dignity, Delivery Man, Canadian History, Inside Job, Weird Facts

UNIT 12 -In the fall of 1970, Canada was plunged into its worst crisis since the wwII, when a radical Quebec group raised the stakes on separatism. -On october 5, 1970 four men posing as delivery men kidnapped British trade comissioner James Richard Cross from his plush Montreal residence. Five days after Cross kidnapping, the FLQ struck again kidnapping Pierre Laporte -On october 16, Trudeau invoked the war measures act, which suspended basic civil rights and liberties.

A newspaper from the New York Times in titled Black Tuesday because of the stock market crash and beginning of the Great Depression. This is a great source of evidence, and marks the start of The Great Depression, when it all fell apart. Wall Street, Newspaper Headlines, Old Newspaper, Newspaper Article, Newspaper Design, Great Depression, Depression Help, Interesting History, American History

UNIT 5 -on october 29,1929, black tuesday hit wall street as investors traded some 16 million shares on the new york stock exchange in a single day. -billions of dollars were lost, wiping out thousands of investors. -the deepest and longest lasting economic downturn in the history of the western industrialized world up to that time.

Source: Picture The was known as the "Jazz Age". During the the Jazz Age, a new dance that swept the nation was created called the "Charleston". Flapper Girls, Flapper Style, 1920s Flapper, 1920s Style, Flapper Dresses, Flappers 1920s, Flapper Fashion, Fashion 1920s, Fashion Men

UNIT 4 - Women who live in certain era such as 1920s may consider flapper to be their lifestyle. Wearing the product can really change their status. Within such era, people call it as Era of wonderful nonsense and also Roaring Twenties. - Women who join the flapper community often conducted some bad activities including drinking, smoking and also dancing. - Trendy young women of the 1920s were nicknamed flappers.

UNIT 14 : The Canadarm is very important to Canadian science and technology because it is our most famous technology achievement. Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Cool Countries, Countries Of The World, Canadian Identity, Invention And Innovation, Engineering Design Process, Flims

Unit 14 -Frank Mee invented the Canadarm -Canada's most famous robotic and technological achievement made its space debut on the space shuttle on Nov. 13, 1981 -the design and building of the arm, also known as the shuttle remote manipulator system marked the beginning of Canada's close collaboration with the NASA in human space flight-a sterling example of successful international space.

Unit 13  - the Nisga'a treaty is a negotiated agreement between the nisga'a nation, the government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada. Effected on may 11,2000 - the Nisga'a Treaty provides for an open democratic and accountable Nisga'a Government.  - Nisga'a peoples gained 8% of original land, $196 million over 15 years, ownership of the forests and $ from fisheries/hydro. Government Of Canada, Canadian History, 15 Years, Forests, British Columbia, The Unit, The Originals, 15 Anos, Woodland Forest

Unit 13 - the Nisga'a treaty is a negotiated agreement between the nisga'a nation, the government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada. Effected on may 11,2000 - the Nisga'a Treaty provides for an open democratic and accountable Nisga'a Government. - Nisga'a peoples gained 8% of original land, $196 million over 15 years, ownership of the forests and $ from fisheries/hydro.

 When immigrants come to Canada, they also go and live in Toronto which is a BIG city. Ottawa, Ontario Place, Canadian History, Downtown Toronto, Toronto Canada, Canada Travel, San Francisco Skyline, Night Life, Travel Photos

UNIT 11 -Toronto is the largest city of Canada and one of its most ethnically diverse, also proud to play a vital role in the cultural life of the city. -Many immigrants cultures have brought their traditions and music. -It is a city of many museums, theatres, festival events and sports activities.

October The Levittown suburban housing development saw its first resident moved in on 1 October Did you grow up in the suburbs after your parents or grandparents moved out of a big city? Family Tree Builder, Stanley Donwood, Bill Owen, Jim Crow, Us History, History Articles, Canadian History, Design History, American History

Unit 10 - A residential area or a mixed use area, either existing as a part of a city or urban area or as a separate residential community within commuting distance of a city. -Suburbs first emerged on a large scale in the 19th and 20th centuries as a result of improved rail and road transport, which led to an increase in commuting. - the suburban population in North America exploded during the post-WWII economic expansion. Returning veterans wishing to start a settled life moved in masses…

- The peace Treaty of Versailles was signed at the end of WWI, ending the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The other Central Powers on the German side of WWI were Treaty Of Versailles, Historia Universal, Interactive Poster, Canadian History, American History, European History, World War One, Lausanne, World History

UNIT 3 -The treaty was signed on June 28th, 1919 after many months of staunch negotiation about what would be included in the document. -The treaty was signed in Versailles Palace and received its name from the venue. -A trio of men who came to be called the "Big three" were the most important figures in the creation of the treaty: David Lloyd George of Great Britain, Clemenceau of France and Woodrow Wilson of the United States.