This short yet informative YouTube about the Great War/World War I, describes the reasoning behind the war, as well as how it ended. It also goes into how the war was fought and the effects it had upon the troops. While not the most detailed video, since it was only seven minutes long, it is a good introduction video for the new topic of the Great War. I suggest watching the video before coming to class to get a head start on the topic.
Medieval maps from the 11th to 14th centuries MAR 20 2014. From Retronaut, a collection of maps dating from 1000-1300s. Maps Before Maps. How were maps perceived 1000 years ago? Did they blow people's minds with physically ...
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Studying the map:
-Which country do you believe it originated from? State your reasoning for your decision by making links to both the art style of the map and our study in class.
-Looking at the north part of the map, you will notice a lack of detail around the northern countries. Using your knowledge of 11th to 14th century history, state why you think some parts of the map are more detailed than other parts, showing evidence for you reasoning by linking it to our study in class and back to the pervious question.
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