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History project 1950's


Praveenram Balachandran

on 19 January 2010

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Transcript of History project 1950's

By the 1950’s teens were clearly eager to make their own imprints on society.
In the 50s, young Canadians between the ages of 13 and 19 were able to finish high school and then attend university. They were no longer children but not yet adults, “teenagers” saw themselves as a separate and unique group. Because most “teenagers” lived at home, they had lots of free time and spending money. A rebellious teenager who dared to wear blue jeans to school was suspended. It was against this very strict environment that teenagers were rebelling. They were rebelling against overly formal and strict adults. Teenagers developed a youth culture with its own language, music and fashions.
-The cold war is the given name to the relationship that developed primary between the U.S.A and the USSR after World War 2.
-The cold war is the given name to the relationship that developed primary between the U.S.A and the USSR after World War 2. The cold war was to dominate international affairs for decades and many major crises occurred.
1-The Cuban Missile Crisis.
4.-The Berlin Wall. -For many growth in weapons of mass destruction was the most worrying issue.

-USSR in 1945 was Russia post 1917 included all the various countries that now exist,individually.

-After the war they were apart of this huge country up until they collapse of the Soviet Union.

-Logic would dedicate that the U.S.A and the USSR fought as allies during World War 2, and their relationship after the war would be firm and friendly.

-It has never happened and any appearance that these two powers were friendly during the war is illusory.

-Before the war America had depicted the Soviet Union as almost the devil-incarnate.

-Soviet Union had depicted the U.S.A like wise and so their ''Friendship" during the war was the result of having the mutual enemy the Nazi Germany.

-The Cold war is to be described as a relationship between America and the Soviet Union from 1945-1980.

-Both sides never fought the other.

-They fought for there beliefs using client states,who for their beliefs on their behalf.

Today is the first day in the Korean War. I have seen the most amazing things ever like under water missiles, better and stronger u boats and even the Avro Arrow. The Korean was a big conflict between United States Republic people of Korea. Then they signed a ceases fire August 14 1945. during the war I seen the Avro arrow is was the best jet ever made but then stopped on-01/13/1997. it all started in Malton Ontario. Avro also began designing the CF-100 "Canuck" in 1946; the first one flew in January 1950. It is the only operational Canadian combat aircraft ever built. The plane was not ready for use in the Korean war, but 692 were built between 1950 and 1958. Belgium used 53 CF-100s.
• The Canuck took its name from the Curtis JN-4 Canuck trainer used in the First World War. Unofficially, pilots and crew members referred to it as the "Clunk.” during the Malton business was bought by Britain’s hawker Siddeley and renamed the A.V row.

WOMEN IN THE 1950'S....(: HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA...... For forty years, Foster Hewitt was Canada's premier hockey play-by-play broadcaster on Hockey Night in Canada, the first radio program widely listened to in Canada. He coined the phrase "he shoots, he scores" and was also well known for his sign-on at the beginning of each broadcast, "Hello, Canada, and hockey fans in the United States and Newfoundland." (Newfoundland was a British Colony before joining Canada in 1949.) The Original Six is a term for the group of six teams that composed the National Hockey League (NHL) for the 25 seasons between the 1942–43 season and the 1967 NHL Expansion. The name is something of a misnomer, since there were other NHL franchises that ceased operations before 1942. The term dates from the 1967 expansion which added six new franchises; hence the six expansion teams and the "Original Six".

PRESENTS..... The perfect mother was supposed to stay home and nurture so society would accept them. A diligent housewife had dinner on the table precisely at the moment her husband arrived from work. A wife was a "good" wife only if she carried out her man's every order and agreed with him on everything. In fact, even if she wanted to voice an opinion, he education, or rather lack of thereof would not allow it. Another reference is the 1950's American High School Home Economics textbook. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING OR LISTENING... THE END
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