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NRK.no - Store norske Hva skjedde før og etter 7. juni 1905? Hvordan greide Norge, nærmest ved et pennestrøk, å oppløse unionen uten at Sverige gav sitt samtykke til det? I fire episoder ser Norgesglasset nærmere på året 1905 og unionsoppløsningen mellom Norge og Sverige. Av Linda Eide / Per Kristian Johansen Denne serien er en oppvarming til det store jubileumsåret 2005, og en del av startsskuddet for NRKs store serie og kåringen av den vesentligste personen som har levd i Norge i perioden 1905-2005 - den aller største norske. Unionsoppløsningen 1905 - del 1: Christian Michelsens genistrek Hvordan greide Norge, nærmest med et pennestrøk, å oppløse unionen uten at Sverige gav samtykke til det? Unionsoppløsningen 1905 - del 2: Svenskenes reaksjon på 7. juni-vedtaket Hvordan reagerte svenskene på at Christian Michelsens regjering oppløste unionen mellom Norge og Sverige i en nøye uttenkt bisetning til en bisetning? Unionsoppløsningen 1905 - del 3: Folkeavstemning, forhandlinger og krigsfare Den nye nasjonen NRK.no - Store norske
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Latin America, Not Southeast Asia, Will Be the World's Economic Powerhouse Sunrise over Lake Atitlan, Guatemala via Flickr In today's post-recession, cost-competitive environment, Asian countries like India and China have positioned themselves as the natural heirs to U.S. economic dominance. However, as Americans and Europeans look east, fretting about China's economic outlook amidst rising debt, stagnating wages, and excess supply with weakened demand, changes are happening in South and Central America that could potentially have a game-changing impact on the economic landscape of the twenty-first century. The upsides Economic indicators are often viewed short-term, and to see why Latin America is uniquely positioned to assume a leading role in the economics of the twenty-first century, it's important to look at longer-term indicators that are slightly subtler, but which a great punch over the long run. Another measure of long-term economic health is the ability of a nation to feed its people, and still be left with enough products for exports. Latin America, Not Southeast Asia, Will Be the World's Economic Powerhouse
Rehoboth is a historic town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. Established in 1643, Rehoboth is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts. The population was 11,608 at the 2010 census.[1] Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with many historic sites including 53 historic cemeteries. History[edit] First Congregational Church, Rehoboth Rehoboth was established in 1643, originally by Walter Palmer (born 1585) and William Sabin, it was incorporated in 1645, one of the earliest Massachusetts towns to incorporate.[2] The town is named for the Hebrew word for "enlargement," signifying the space settlers enjoyed.[3] Early Rehoboth, known as "Old Rehoboth," included all of what is now Seekonk, Massachusetts, and East Providence, Rhode Island, as well as parts of the nearby communities of Attleboro, North Attleborough, Swansea and Somerset in Massachusetts, and Barrington, Bristol, Warren, Pawtucket, Cumberland, and Woonsocket in Rhode Island. Headstone of Capt. Today[edit] Rehoboth, Massachusetts Rehoboth, Massachusetts
Hingham, Norfolk Coordinates: Hingham is a market town and civil parish in the Forehoe district in the heart of rural Norfolk, in England. The civil parish covers an area of 14.98 km2 (5.78 sq mi) and had a population of 2,078 in 944 households at the 2001 census.[1] Grand architecture surrounds the market place and village green. In the 18th century, when the socialites of high society built houses and took residence in Hingham, it became fashionably known as "Little London". Hingham is 17 miles (27 km) from Norwich, Norfolk’s county town. The many and varied local shops have the special character of a small market town but are up-to-date in what they provide. The nearest railway stations are Wymondham and Attleborough, both on the Breckland Line. History[edit] East window, St Andrew's Church, Hingham, one of the largest such windows in England, contains stained glass from a German monastery Notes[edit] Jump up ^ "Hingham parish information". External links[edit] Hingham, Norfolk
About Rev. Robert Peck "the Diligent" pg 25 A genealogical history of the descendants of Joseph Peck, published 1868, available through Google Books (free) at: This includes the text of Rev. Rev. He was a talented and influential clergyman, a zealous preacher, and a nonconformist to the superstitious ceremonies and corruptions of the church, for which he was persecuted and driven from the country. Those who refused were immediately excommunicated, and required to pay heavy costs. He arrived here in 1638. His family as seen upon the chart consisted of nine children. He remained here until the long Parliament, or until the persecutions in England ceased, when he returned and resumed his Rectorship at Hiugham. Mr. He died at Hingham, England, and was buried in his churchyard there. His church (St. July the xxiiij"1 1651 Note: Lineage . Robert Peck (1580 - 1648) Robert Peck (1580 - 1648)
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Author and Page information Democracy (“rule by the people” when translated from its Greek meaning) is seen as one of the ultimate ideals that modern civilizations strive to create, or preserve. Democracy as a system of governance is supposed to allow extensive representation and inclusiveness of as many people and views as possible to feed into the functioning of a fair and just society. Democratic principles run in line with the ideals of universal freedoms such as the right to free speech. Importantly, democracy supposedly serves to check unaccountable power and manipulation by the few at the expense of the many, because fundamentally democracy is seen as a form of governance by the people, for the people. The ideals of democracy are so appealing to citizens around the world, that many have sacrificed their livelihoods, even their lives, to fight for it. However, even in established democracies, there are pressures that threaten various democratic foundations. Introduction Definition Democracy Democracy
Topic 1 Causes, practices and effects of wars1. Assess the role of each of the following in causing the First World War (1914–1918): the desire for revenge; economic motives; Balkan nationalism.2. “The length and outcome of the civil war was dependent upon outside involvement.” With reference to two twentieth century civil wars, to what extent do you agree with this statement?3. With reference to the period 1919–1939, analyse the factors which hindered the maintenance of international peace.4. Topic 2 Democratic states – challenges and responses7. Topic 4 Nationalist and independence movements in Africa and Asia and post-1945 Central and Eastern European states19. Topic 5 The Cold War25. November 2013 PAPER 2 Topic 1 Causes, practices and effects of wars1. Topic 2 Democratic states – challenges and responses7. Topic 3 Origins and development of authoritarian and single-party states13. Topic 5 The Cold War25. Essays on Causes and Practice of the Great War Traces of Evil: Past IBDP History Paper 2 Questions and Responses Traces of Evil: Past IBDP History Paper 2 Questions and Responses
Bombshell Report: Crooked Hillary Took $100 Million From Middle East Regimes: "Massive Conflicts Of Interest" Bombshell Report: Crooked Hillary Took $100 Million From Middle East Regimes: "Massive Conflicts Of Interest" How much more of Hillary Clinton’s scandals can America take? A bombshell report from The Daily Caller says the Clinton Foundation, a purported not-for-profit charity headed by Bill, Hillary and daughter Chelsea, has reportedly amassed a fortune from oil-rich mid east nations to the tune of $100 million. National Security Analyst Patrick Poole says the amount of cash donated to the Clintons is “simply unprecedented.” “These regimes are buying access. You’ve got the Saudis. A Daily Caller News Foundation investigation reveals that Bill and Hillary Clinton received at least $100 million from autocratic Persian Gulf states and their leaders, potentially undermining Democratic presidential candidate Hillary’s claim she can carry out independent Middle East policies. The benefits for mid east oil producers amount to billions of dollars in oil trade, and as you might expect, Hillary Clinton is more than happy to oblige – at the expense of American energy companies and workers: Also Read:
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Max Penson - Anahita Photo Archive The best-known early Soviet photographers working in Central Asia were Russians. The artist Max Penson fled his hometown of Velizh in Belorussia during the pogroms of 1915, and settled in Kokand, where he taught drawing. By 1925 he had become a professional photographer working at the newspaper Pravda Vostoka. Penson was friendly with Rodchenko, Zelma and Sergei Eisenstein, and his work reflected the same modernist concerns. Eisenstein wrote in 1940: "There cannot be many masters left who choose a specific terrain for their work, dedicate themselves to it completely and make it an integrated part of their personal destiny… It is, for instance, virtually impossible to speak about the city of Fergana without mentioning the omnipresent Penson who traveled all over Uzbekistan with his camera. At the start of World War II, Penson's career was affected by growing anti-Jewish sentiments and he was given less important newspaper work. Max Penson - Anahita Photo Archive
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Historical Moments Photographed Just After The Big Event Historical Moments Photographed Just After The Big Event 1 of 35 The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy Secret Service agent Clint Hill jumps aboard the presidential limo to act as a protective shield for President John F. 2 of 35 The Moon Landing Neil Armstrong sits inside the lunar module just after returning from history's first-ever human moonwalk on July 21, 1969.Edwin E. 3 of 35 The Saigon Execution Moments after the execution depicted in Eddie Adams' immortal photo, South Vietnamese General Nguyễn Ngọc Loan holsters the weapon he'd just used to kill suspected Viet Cong insurgent Nguyễn Văn Lém in Saigon on February 1, 1968. The Pulitzer Prize-winning photo of the execution helped wake America up to the brutal realities of the Vietnam War.Eddie Adams/Library of Congress 4 of 35 "Tank Man" 5 of 35 The Sinking Of The Titanic The last lifeboat to leave the Titanic approaches the rescue ship Carpathia soon after the sinking of the former on April 15, 1912.Wikimedia Commons 6 of 35 The Assassination Of Martin Luther King Jr. 7 of 35 "Napalm Girl" 8 of 35
Constructive (Source) Criticism - History Skills Let’s face it: teaching the critical use of sources is tough. This is primarily because it seems to take a lot of work to create a lesson based around source material. First of all, you need to find the sources, which usually takes a significant time, and it can be frustrating trying to find sources from various perspectives that are intelligible to our students. Secondly, it is difficult trying to think up good questions or engaging activities that get students to provide substantial answers. So with all of this work, and little guarantee of solid results, it is no wonder that teachers tend to avoid lessons based upon source work and choose instead to focus on lessons that convey historical information. However, it doesn’t need to be this way. Here are some tips to help create a source criticism lesson: Tip 1: Less is more You don’t need a lot of prepared sources to fill a lesson. Tip 2: Comprehension and Interpretation Spend genuine time deconstructing meaning from the quote.
Indirect Quotes - History Skills An indirect quote is when you have used an idea or opinion from a source but have paraphrased (summarised) it into your own words. This is extremely useful to highlight the main idea of a source and is usually a better method of showing information than using a direct quotation. How to paraphrase effectively: Carefully read the source and highlight important words. Use simple, modern terms if the original language is too complex but ensure that you do not change the overall meaning of the original text. Rewrite a simplified version of the sentence(s) using the altered vocabulary, but without altering the meaning. There are some general rules for using indirect quotes: Do not use double inverted commas Just before the full stop of the sentence in which you have used an indirect quote, place the in-text reference. For example:
The Dr Boyce Watkins Channel is an all-black news and commentary channel that features a number of African American thinkers, commentators and speakers. The views of each video are not necessarily representative of those of Dr Boyce Watkins himself. You can follow Dr Watkins at the links below: Instagram: @TheRealBoyceWatkins Twitter: @DrBoyceWatkins1 Via Text: Text the word Boyce to 31996 Youtube: Youtube.com/DrBoyceWatkins To learn how to start your own business: TheBlackBusinessSchool.com Personal website: BoyceWatkins.com The Dr Boyce Watkins Wealth-building program for children: BlackMillionairesOfTomorrow.com To take my online course: TheBlackWealthBootcamp.com The Dr Boyce Watkins podcast on Soundcloud: The Dr Boyce Watkins Black Economic Empowerment Tour: TheDrboyceWatkinsTour.com Yes black people, America was built on your backs - #BlackHistoryMonth - Your Black World
By: Moses Kamuiru It has taken more than sixty years for the lie that led to Emmett Till’s lynching to be brought to light. Currently, Till’s family is calling for the reopening of his case. In 1955, Till then 14 years old, was abducted by two white men after Carolyn Donham, then 21, accused him of making sexual advances at her. Bryant and Milam stood trial for Till’s murder. In January, “The Blood of Emmett Till” was published revealing that Donham had committed perjury. Wheeler Parker, Till’s cousin, was with him when they encountered Donham in 1955. Moses Wright, Till’s great uncle, said that he saw two men hold the 14-year-old at gunpoint and took him inside a parked to a third person. Read more of the original story on The Huffington Post here. EMMETT TILL’S FAMILY WANTS REOPENING OF HIS MURDER CASE - Your Black World
9 Important Things That Should Never be Forgotten about the Montgomery Bus Boycott - Your Black World In 1955, the world was a different place for African Americans. The Jim Crow laws were preventing black people from getting a head as their white counterparts. Black people were required by Montgomery, Alabama ordinance to sit in the back of city buses and to yield their seats to white riders. However, two women and the Montgomery bus boycott brought about great changes for African Americans. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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