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5.06 It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

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Mateo Becdach

on 1 March 2013

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Transcript of 5.06 It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

Historic Origin 05.06 It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times
By Mateo Becdach Bastille Day Independence
Day (USA) Independence
Day (INDIA) Traditions Bastille Day Independence Day
(USA) Independence Day
(INDIA) The French set fireworks over the Eiffel Towers. They also have a Bastille Day Military Parade, and musical performances. Family and friends have a cook out, set fireworks, and
place the American flag outside their home. Symbols Independence Day
(USA) Bastille Day Independence Day
(INDIA) The American flag,
fireworks, and the
Statue of Liberty. The Eiffel Tower, face painting of France colors and their flag is over the nation. Kite flying, the Red
Fort in Delhi, and
their nations flag. In 1775, New England people started to fight the British for their independence. The Declaration of Independence was published on July 4, 1776. Since 1857 India have been trying to get their independence. Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian National Congress launched the independence movement. On August 15, 1947
the British
gave up
India. Have a picnic, go kite flying, and listen to patriotic music. Bastille was a prison that ended the monarchy and began the representative government. The Middle class of France spoke out against the government. They then later stormed into Bastille on July 14, 1789 and the French Revolution began. Comparative Summary The U.S., India, and France won their independence in different ways. The U.S wanted to lead their own country with out the British having control over them. The French had enough of their monarchy putting all the money problems on them and attacked. India fought for their freedom also just as the other two. They all celebrate their independence day in the summer time. They difference is that they won their freedom in difference ways and reasons.
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