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HISTORY OF THE USA

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Due to American citizens' disapproval to send troops to the front

At first, the USA only:
Produced weapons
Aided Britain and France to fight the other side in WW2
1765
1914
1991
1492
1939
HISTORY OF THE USA
the COLONIAL Era
AMERICAN
REVOLUTION

the FIRST
INDEPENDENT DAYS

and BEYOND . . .
the US
in
WORLD WAR I

the US
in
WORLD WAR II

1783
1945
the PRE-COLUMBIAN Era
the US
&
the COLD WAR

1600s
the Boston Massacre
(March 2, 1770)
Boston Tea Party
(December 16, 1773)
the First Continental Congress
(September 1774)
Declaration of Independence
(July 4, 1776)
Treaty of Paris
(September 3, 1783)
BRITISH
SOLDIERS
COLONISTS
TEA CARGO
React to the Intolerable Acts
Boycott British goods
Ban the export of American goods to Britain
The Continental Association
Last page of
the Treaty of Paris
Set the boundaries of the US
End the American Revolution
George Washington
(US presidental election 1788-89)
Participants
Reason
the US - Supplier of weapons
Effect of WWI
on the US
the US,
later supported Britain and France
Flame thrower
Mortar
Artillery
Poison Gas
Aircraft
In 1917, Russian released themselves out of the WWI
1,750,000 U.S. soldiers helped to defeat Germany and Austria-Hungary
November 11, 1918
IN 1783, The Articles of Confederation was founded to make colonies as one nation
1918
Participants
Reasons
The Great Depression
Problems with
the treaties of Versailles
the Nazi development
=> a nation of 13 countries
Each state had :
- own money
- own army
- own taxes system

need a much more powerful central government
1787, Philadelphia Convention
1, the powerful central government.

2, the ideas of individual liberty such as: the freedom of speech, religious practice, and jury trials
Axis
Japan Italy Germany
The War of 1812
Allies
Soviet
Union USA Britain France
vs.
US as Suppliers
US officially
declared war to the Axis
How the US
"ended" World War II
Effect of WWII
on the US
1812
Causes

1, No economic independence.
2, US supplies for both 2 sides: British - Frech War. British prevented US from trade with French
3, British supports Indians to fight against US expanasion in the West and North Canada.
Consequences.
- No one wins
- US suppressed native American Indians
- Second Independence in term of Economics and International Relations.
Pearl Harbor
Slavery Abolished
Sectionalism:
The Difference between North and South.
Destruction of 2 atomic bombs
on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
North: industrialized
South: tobacoo, plantation, agriculture _ slavery labor
Lincoln Election's Election
Root Causes
Causes
Conflicts between
the US and the Soviet Union
Berlin Airlift
Tension Arose
in 1950s
Vietnam War
Red Scare
Space Race
The end of Cold War
Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
Détente (1962–1981)
President Jimmy Carter and Soviet General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev signed SALT II treaty
June 18, 1979, in Vienna.
Ronald Reagan
Mikhail Gorbachev
Fall of the Berlin Wall
(1989)
before 1991
after 1991
Soviet Union collapsed
American Civil War
(1861 – 1865)
Unipolar World
US economics
Pop Culture
Economic and social tensions
EUROPE
ASIA
Pre-Columbian era
Precontact Americas
Pre-Colonial Americas
Pre-Colonial Americas
Pre-Hispanic
Christopher
Columbus
Amerigo
Vespucci
Civilizations Map
Mississippian culture
Aztec
Maya
Olmec
Mesoamerican
Civilizations
Andean
Civilizations
Abraham Lincoln
16th U.S. President (1861–1865)
Moche
Nazca
Inca
Empire
The Battle of Antietam, the Civil War's deadliest one-day fight. Union troops committed piecemeal had little effect
Effects of the Civil War
Reunited
Supreme Central Government
Slavery Ended
Industrialization
in all over the US
Mathematical system
Writing system
Architecture system
Astronomical system
Human sacrifice
Aztec
Human Sacrfice
Created by Shiraha Macabre & Nguyen Vu Hoang
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