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Israel and Palestine Timeline: 1930-1939 - Cold War Studies

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Israel and Palestine Timeline from 1930- 1939 focuses on the period of the British Mandate in Palestine and the Arab Revolt of 1936-1939.

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Mike Elward's curator insight, June 14, 2013 7:03 AM

More IB an A2 stuff :)

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Map: Battle of Kastel (Qastel) April 8, 1948 http://t.co/o8I9DjuQ
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Map: Battle of Kastel (Qastel) April 8, 1948 http://t.co/o8I9DjuQ (Map: Battle of Kastel (Qastel) April 8, 1948 http://t.co/o8I9DjuQ...)...

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Israel and Palestine Timeline: 1930-1939 - Cold War Studies

Israel and Palestine Timeline: 1930-1939 - Cold War Studies | international baccaleureate | Scoop.it
Israel and Palestine Timeline from 1930- 1939 focuses on the period of the British Mandate in Palestine and the Arab Revolt of 1936-1939.

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Mike Elward's curator insight, June 14, 2013 7:03 AM

More IB an A2 stuff :)

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Interactive Historical European Map

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A useful interactive history map of Europe. Watch as boarder move as nations rise and fall.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History


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Darshan Sitharthan's comment, February 16, 2012 6:26 PM
What a great resource, best thing on scoop.it for sure
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THIS IS ABSOLUTELY AWESOME ;D
Matthew Moulden's curator insight, April 18, 2014 6:14 PM

#APEuro

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Neville Chamberlain

Neville Chamberlain returns from Germany with the Munich Agreement.

 

Daladier, de retour lui aussi de Munich, voyant la foule venue l'acclamer, aurait laché à son secrétaire Alexis Léger : "Ah les cons, s'ils savaient". Churchill, quand à lui, aura cette formule lapidaire: "Ils ont accepté le déshonneur pour avoir la paix. Ils auront le déshonneur et la guerre".


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helpLine and Serviceware #cebit booth is buzzing. All demo points in action. Have a look yourself H3G15 /ib http://t.co/Qzyi51eiCe
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The 1948 Israeli War of Independence

The 1948 Israeli War of Independence began when the United Nations decided to partition Palestine into separated Jewish and Arab states. The Arabs were not s...

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Mike Elward's curator insight, June 14, 2013 7:02 AM

Useful EE stuff for IB and A2 coursework

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The British Mandate in Palestine

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From the Middle East Research and Information Project


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The Sudeten German question

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AN apology it was not, but speaking in the Bavarian Parliament on February 21st, Petr Nečas (pictured above), the Czech prime minister, took a step toward soothing...

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The Sudeten question, something which helped precipitate WWII is still a hot button topic. What do you think? Should the Czechs be forced to pay restitution to ethnic Germans?

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World War II - US Neutrality, Appeasement, & Political Instability

I briefly cover the primary causes of world war II such as political instability in Europe after WWI, appeasement, and US isolaitonism.

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