Transcript: 9 building fell out and they were all hotels that people seplt in. what happened in historian times 9 chickens died and they were about to lay eggs. how many animals died how many people died from it. how many kings died from it. king Edward was the head of the world when somethink happened and it was not plesent it the nuclear of doom and it went boom and it destroyed all the city and half of the presentage of the world population got killed :( when was the time the bomb blow up 500,000 people died from it and 25% of it was a plane crash that crashed into the twin towers. 3 kings died from it and those 3 kings were head of three diffirent counties so those counties are going to not have a straight life line. history powerpoint how many building fell down it was in 1946 when the bomb blow up and it was very sad indead but thats how the world works.
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Transcript: Monopoly- when a single company achieves control of an entire market. Many Americans feared monopolies because they believed that a company with a monopoly could charge whatever it wanted for its products. Standard Oil came very close to having a monopoly in the US, but with competition of oil companies throughout the world, the Standard Oil Company kept its prices low. Vertical and horizontal integration Andrew Carnegie wanted to increase manufacturing efficiency. He did this by starting the vertical integration of the steel industry. By 1880, a series of buyouts had enabled Rockefeller Standard Oil to gain control of approximately 90 percent of the oil refinery's in the US. vertical integration- companies that own different businesses that depend on each other. Instead of paying companies for coal, lime, and iron ore Carnegie's company bought coal mines, limestone quarries, and iron ore fields Horizontal integration- combining many firms engaged in the same business into one large company. Horizontal integration took place when companies competed. Questions What was a benefit to having horizontal integration? Was vertical and horizontal integration a good investment? Why or why not?
Transcript: I was relieved that I left France before the German occupation in world war one. The German killed many soldiers fighting for France in world war one. My name is De La Forest and I moved from France to America in June, 3 1917 because of a bad business investments in France. Bringing along my wife and daughter. I would count myself to be one of the Higher low class for it's time. The French economy was not at it's best and the job investments weren't so trusty. Life was better in America, I have now turned to a new path and moved to Connecticut in October 14, 1919 where it was less crowded and where it is a great place to start a family. My Great Great Great Grandfather A New start From France to America Once I moved to Connecticut, life was better, I started a loving family and got a new job. My daughter would attend school in Greenwich and I would make a living by being a bank teller making $9.25 per hour. And it was worth it. After two weeks of waiting in second class on my boat for Ellis Island I finally made it and was ready to start a new life in financial improvement. I was ready to become a strong confident man that can rise from the bottom to the top. The first world war Ellis Island Moving... Again The Story of De La Forest
Transcript: World War 2 the review the basics 1939 - 1945 Allies vs. Axis Axis powers had aggresive conflicts with the world but Britain and France tried to ignore the conflict to avoid another world war long term Treaty of Versailles Woodrow Wilson (America): was lenient on Germany because did not want to make Germany resentful after WW1. His main points believed in no secret treaties (broken by Stalin and Hitler) and to reduce arms (broken by Hitler), Lloyd George (Britain):should put a barrier on Germany to stop spread of communism, did not want to treat Germany leniently. Clemenceau (France): Germany should suffer, never start another war again. Germany was upset anyways. fear of communism bolshevik revolution Russian Revolution Bolshevik Revolution took control of Russia wanted to overthrow all capitalist countries short term rise of extremist parties Hitler's invasion of Poland Nazi-Soviet Non Aggression Pact Japanese Imperialism - rise of Nazism in Germany - overthrow of Weimar republic - nationalism of Nazism and anti-semitism lebensraum practices technological advances Submarines - ulimate naval weapon, could hit ships - damaged ships carrying goods could cause delay and prevention of war materials, food, necessities - German used the U-boat - Britain ruled the seas - had navy power. Tanks - lighter, yet could carry heavier guns Airplanes Battle of Britain - air warfare Britain - RAF (Royal Air Force) Germany - Luftwaffe Battle of Britain - first time that Blitzkrieg failed the Germans RAF used the Spitfire and the Hurricane - fast Luftwaffe used Messerschmitt - could fly higher No decisive victory Atomic Bombs When USA was involved in war and after Germany was defeated, used 2 atomic bombs on Japan to end the war in the Pacific Mass extermination, example of total war tactics and strategies blitzkreig "lightning war" used by Japanese as well as Germans aerial and island hopping for USA to reach Japan, create stations for atomic bomb genocide not exactly a "strategy" but was a practice done by the Nazis on the Jews scorched earth used by Soviets to defend against the Nazi invasion - would burn down their cities, towns, crops, kill animals so that Germans would have no resources bombing strategic bombing - bombing and invasion of important points (ex. Nazi invasion of Russia, Leningrad) mass bombing - hurts the morale of country, bombing of heavy populated areas, urban areas (ex. Japan, Battle of Britain) code breaking Britains broke Germany's enigma during Battle of Britain US broke the Japanese code Battles in Europe Operation Barbossa Nazi Germany's invasion on the Soviet Union Hitler wanted to ruin the Soviet economy - invaded major industrial sites (Leningrad) Hitler wanted to take on Moscow, but weather got in the way and jammed the tanks Germans could not keep fighting the Soviets in the bad weather, and thus Soviets were able to push back Germans Battle of Stalingrad attacked because of lebensraum, be inferior force turning point in war, defeating the Germans hugging tactics in the city rubble Germans struggled to capture the city due to resistance of the civillians Germany's first major loss, 'could not survive war of attrition' Russia joined Allied side Two-front war on Germany D-Day in Normandy Operation Overlord Allies invade Europe America, Britain, Canada was the starting point for defeat of Germany Battle of the Atlantic German U boats vs. Britain merchant machines Germany wanted to put pressure on Britain's economy - raw materials, food, resources Allies victory by convoy system to protect goods and engima Defeat of Germany Hitler didn't strategize enough to where he should put his resourcs (sent some to North Africa instead of front in Soviet Union) Germany was pressured by the organized Allies had fast, successful start (Blitzkrieg) but after Battle of Britain then defeat in Soviet Union, were weakend. Allied forces invaded Berlin Battle of Berlin (Germany's last WW2 battle) Hitler knew it was the end, suicide. Germany without leader, weak. Battles in the Pacific USA entered the war because they were attacked by Japan, Pearl Harbour Japan attacked because they wanted to take over the Pacific, and knew that USA would interfere with Japan's conquest, thus must eliminate US threat Japanese won this battle: US battleships and aircrafts destroyed, US could not take off or defend. Coral Sea - resulted in loss of more American ships, but Japan lost more aircraft Battle of Midway - turning point for WW2 in the Pacific was a plan by Japanese to remove remaining US aircraft, but US knew about this plan thanks to breaking Japanese code. Atomic bombs dropped on Japan by US ended the war effects took the lives of more people than any other war in history League of Nations disbanded changed status of the Great Powers (only Soviet Union and US left) idealogical problems led to the Cold War, bipolar world NATO created Britain, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, USA, Canada, portugal, Ireland, Denmark,
Transcript: Created by: Lordina Shalom The Role of Women in the 1920's TOPIC 1 "Flappers" The term "flapper" meant a rebellious, energetic, fun-loving and bold young woman. Society mainly disapproved of flappers. But the majority of women did not conform to this. SUBTOPIC 1 TIMELINE May 7-15 Barcelona May 17-June 22 Canada June 24 - 30 San Francisco May 7-June 10 Australia June 12-26 Budapest May 7 - June 10 Canada June 14 - 23 San Francisco May -June SUBTOPIC 2 PICTURES "Slim and boyish in form; covered in silk and fur that clung to her as close as onion skin; with carmined vivid red cheeks and lips"-Preston Slosson Women's Appearance TOPIC 2 Women began to wear their skirts very high and they were getting judged. Instead of leaving their hair long they cut it into a bob, and wore heavy makeup. Which many people associated with prostitutes or actresses. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QegIgnarTH4 Women Working & Voting TOPIC 3 The 19th amendment was implemented and allowed all women to vote. But many either didn't vote because they were scared to or were not interested. Some still felt inferior towards men Most jobs were held by white women who worked as clerks Most employers were still reluctant to hire or even pay women the same amount as men Most of them expected women to leave their jobs as soon as they got married or pregnant TOPIC 4 Women Expressing their Freedom Ever since the 19th amendment was passed some women expressed their freedom by drinking and smoking which caused the United States to produce more cigars than needed. From 1918-1928 the number of cigarettes being souled doubles http://www.american-historama.org/1913-1928-ww1-prohibition-era/women-in-the-1920s.htm Works Cited TOPIC 5
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Transcript: This source is a letter from Charles VII to Joan regarding her coat of arms. This sketch by Clément de Fauquembergue appeared in the protocol of the Parliament of Paris in 1429. letter from Joan of Arc (referred to as the "Maid" in this letter) to the King of England at the time, Henry VI, regarding his invasion of France Detail 4 Joan Of Arc: Medieval Europe Medieval Europe Primary sources Detail 3 Detail 2 Joan Of Arc
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