History 12 (Mr. Kazun)

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THIS COURSE WAS OFFERED IN THE FIRST SEMESTER.

Welcome to History 12. A sprightly romp through 20th Century World History.

History 12 Course Outline


Course Updates:

Jan.20(Fri.): We finished up our look at 4 – Civil Rights Movements. With our remaining time we also watched a little of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”.

Jan.19(Thurs.): We finished up the last bit of 3 – Nationalism in the Middle East, and then began our last topic 4 – Civil Rights Movements.

Jan.18(Wed.): Coming into the final stretch, our focus today was on 3 – Nationalism in the Middle East.

Jan.17(Tues.): We finished our look at 2 – Breakdown of Soviet Union and End of the Cold War.

Jan.16(Mon.): We completed our look at 1 – Vietnam Wars (1946-54 and 1963-75), and then jumped right into 2 – Breakdown of Soviet Union and End of the Cold War.

Remember your missing work must be in by tonight.

Jan.13(Fri.): We finished up our look at 5 – Society in the USA and Europe During the Cold War, then turned our attention to 1 – Vietnam Wars (1946-54 and 1963-75), which we will finish Monday.

Jan.12(Thurs.): Today we turned our attention to 5 – Society in the USA and Europe During the Cold War.

Jan.11(Wed.): Our focus today was on 4 – The Khrushchev Era.

Jan.10(Tues.): We finished the last bit of 2 – The Cold War Begins, and then moved on to 3 – Tensions Rise – Korean War (1950-1953) and Cuban Missile Crisis (1962).

Remember to fill out a Self-Evaluation for Class Participation Form for the WWII unit.

Jan.9(Mon.): Today we turned our attention to  the next unit with 2 – The Cold War Begins; we will finish the last bit tomorrow. If you haven’t done so, remember to read through the 1 – Situation in Europe at War’s End & The Nuremberg Trials notes.

Also remember the deadline for the term paper is 11:59pm tonight.

Jan.6(Fri.): Our focus today was on 9 – Why people ‘Followed Orders’ during the Holocaust. Do Not do the response at the end of the notes ; we had a bit of time and ended up discussing it a bit in class.
Also if you are interested, here is an short (1pg.) article on What Ordinary Germans Knew and Role of Wehrmacht in Holocaust.

Remember to read through the 1 – Situation in Europe at War’s End & The Nuremberg Trials as well.
Don’t forget that your Term Paper is due next Monday by 11:59pm.
Oh and here is an example paper, which some people asked if I would upload – Term Paper_The War on Alcohol

Jan.5(Thurs.): We started off by going over how to insert footnotes into your paper, Then we split off into groups based on the readings handed out. Each group then shared a summary of their reading with the rest of the class. We then began viewing  Conspiracy (2001).

If there is a snow day tomorrow. remember that your Term Paper is due Monday. Also read trough the 1 – Situation in Europe at War’s End & The Nuremberg Trials notes.

Jan.4(Wed.): We continued with 8 – Resistance Movements and Women During WWII. Do Not do the response at the end of the notes yet; we will wait to do this until the Term Paper has been handed in next Monday.

Also handed out were Holocaust Primary Documents: Auschwitz     Mass Murder     Medical Experiments       Testimonies of Auschwitz SS-men
Read the document you were assigned for tomorrow. You will confer with the people who read the same source as you and then give the rest of the class a summary or your reading.

Jan.3(Tues.): We watched some footage of fighting in the Pacific during WWII, and the dropping of the Atomic Bombs to give some context to the 7 – War In the Pacific notes – if you have not read through that set of notes, you should do this.
We then turned our focus to 8 – Resistance Movements and Women During WWII.

Remember to bring a rough draft of your Term Paper on Thursday, as we will do some peer reading and editing to aid you in tweaking your papers which are due next Monday.

Dec.16(Fri.): We finished up the Pop-Culture project presentations today.

Dec.15(Thurs.): We continued with the Pop-Culture project presentations.

Dec.14(Wed.): We continued with the Pop-Culture project presentations today, and idea is that we will finish tomorrow.

Dec.13(Tues.): We began the Pop-Culture project presentations today, and will continue tomorrow.

Dec.12(Mon.): Presentations have been postponed on account of snow. We will begin the Pop-Culture project presentations tomorrow.

Dec.9(Fri.): It is a snow day today as you already know. So take a bit of time and just read through the  7 – War In the Pacific notes.
Also remember that your Pop-Culture Projects are due on Monday and the presentations begin as well.

Dec.8(Thurs.): We finished up 6 – Tide Turns for Allies, then moved on to 7 – War In the Pacific. Remember to do the little research thing at the end of the 6 – Tide Turns for Allies notes.

Dec.7(Wed.): Today was used to work on your Term Paper. Remember that it is due on Jan. 9th of 2017.

Dec.6(Tues.): We continued with 6 – Tide Turns for Allies; we will finish it up on Thursday.
Remember that tomorrow is being used as a day to work on your Term Paper; or Pop-Culture Project. Go directly to the Library (we have switched rooms with Mrs. Cassidy’s class.)

Dec.5(Mon.): We finished off 5 – World War II in North Africa, Mediterranean, and the Pacific, and then pressed on to 6 – Tide Turns for Allies, which we will continue tomorrow.

Dec.2(Fri.): We had some current events to begin our class. We then continued 5 – World War II in North Africa, Mediterranean, and the Pacific, which we will finish on Monday.

Dec.1(Thurs.): We began by discussing the information from The science and technology of World War II – article. Then we pushed on with 5 – World War II in North Africa, Mediterranean, and the Pacific, and will continue after our current events tomorrow.

Nov.30(Wed.): We finished our look at 4 – Darkness Takes Over – Britain as War Begins. Do Not do the response at the end of the notes, we will discuss this in class.
Also handed out and read was News Article on German Air Raid on London, 1940. We will discuss The science and technology of World War II – article, which was handed out on Monday, tomorrow.
Out of the goodness of Mr. Kazun’s heart (yes he has a heart), the Pop-Culture project is now due on Monday Dec. 12th, not Dec. 5th.

Nov.29(Tues.): We finished with the WWII Film Project Presentations, then continued on with 4 – Darkness Takes Over – Britain as War Begins, we will continue tomorrow.

Nov.28(Mon.): We continued with the WWII Film Project Presentations (those who were away for the musical last week), we had a couple presentations. We also began to look at 4 – Darkness Takes Over – Britain as War Begins, we will continue tomorrow.

Handed out was The science and technology of World War II – articlehave this read for Wednesday as we will discuss it after the presentations conclude.

Nov.25(Fri.): We finished off 3 – Beginning of WWI, then watched and episode of “Hogan’s Heroes”.

Nov.24(Thurs.): We had a WWII film Project Presentation and then continued with 3 – Beginning of WWI which we will finish off tomorrow.

Nov.23(Wed.): The WWII Film Project Presentations were continued, and then we continued with 3 – Beginning of WWI, which we will finish tomorrow.

There will not be a journal assigned during the WWII unit as there will be some responses which will take their place.

Also just a reminder that the Pop-Culture Projects are due on December 5th.

Nov.22(Tues.): We continued with the WWII Film Project presentations.

Nov.21(Mon.): We began our WWII Film Project presentations. We also continued to look at 3 – Beginning of WWI as well,though we still have some material to finish off.

Nov.18(Fri.): We had three current events today. We will continue on with 3 – Beginning of WWII when our WWII Film Project presentations are finished.

Remember that the WWII Film Projects are due on Monday, and presentations will begin that day.

Nov.17(Thurs.): We finished up the last bit of 2 – The Road to War, and then moved on to 3 – Beginning of WWII, which we will continue tomorrow after our current events.

Nov.16:(Wed.): Today was a research day for the Pop-Culture Project or Term Paper.

Nov.15(Tues.): We finished our look at 2 – The Road to War, we will finish the last couple points on Thursday.
Here are two copies of the Pacts made with the Nazi’s that were mentioned in class today (you can read them if you want, but it isn’t necessary): Munich Pact September 29, 1938 and The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, 1939.

Remember tomorrow is a research day (for the Pop Culture Project or Term Paper), so bring your devices (chrome books will be available for those without their own device).

Nov.10(Thurs.): We finished our look at 1- Gradual Buildup to War (1930’s), and then moved on to 2 – The Road to War.

Nov.9(Wed.): Today we began our third unit which focused on WWII (the Big One, as grandpa used to say). First the History 12 Film Project Outline was handed out. Then we moved on to our first topic was 1- Gradual Buildup to War (1930’s), we will finish up tomorrow.
The History 12 Film Project Outline will be due November 21st.

Remember that your 4th journal is due this Friday.

Nov.8(Tues.): We finished up our discussion of 10 – Nazi Germany – Hatred. We also read and discussed the Exchange of Letters Between Hindenburg And Hitler, April 1933.

Nov.7(Mon.): Our focus to day was on 10 – Nazi Germany – Hatred. We didn’t quite finish but will do so tomorrow. We also discussed the Adolf Hitler- Mein Kampf Excerpts 2 reading handed out last week.

As we are now finished the second unit remember to fill out and hand in the Self-Evaluation for Class Participation Form.

Nov.4(Fri.): We finished 9 – Nazi Germany – Rebuilding the Country and Propaganda. Remember to complete the response at the end of the notes. Then we moved on to our current events. We will discuss the Adolf Hitler- Mein Kampf Excerpts 2 on Monday.
Also remember journal would normally be due today, has been pushed back to next Friday to give you more choice or topics.

Nov.3(Thurs.): We finished our look at 9 – Nazi Germany – Rebuilding the Country and Propaganda. We didn’t quite finish, but will do so quickly tomorrow before we begin our current events.

Nov.2(Wed.): We finished our look at 8 – The Third Reich – Hitler’s National Socialist State and then moved on to 9 – Nazi Germany – Rebuilding the Country and Propaganda, which we fill finish up tomorrow.
The next journal would normally be due this Friday, but we will push it back to next Friday to give you more topics to chose from.

Nov.1(Tues.): We continued our look at Nazi Germany today with 8 – The Third Reich – Hitler’s National Socialist State, we will finish this up tomorrow.
Please read Adolf Hitler- Mein Kampf Excerpts 2 (this was handed out in hard-copy today) for next week and be ready to discuss the ideas that are presented as well as your thoughts. We will discuss this later this week (most likely Thursday or Friday).

Oct.31(Mon.): In honour of Halloween we watched “The Mummy” (1932).

Oct.28(Fri.): We had 2 current events today.

Oct.27(Thurs.): We had another research day today where you could either work on your Popular Culture Project or Term Paper.

Tomorrow we have 3 current events and then will continue our look at Nazi Germany if there is time.

Oct.26(Wed.): Today was a research day where you could either work on your Popular Culture Project or Term Paper.

Oct. 25(Tues.): We turned our focus to how Hitler gained political power with 7 – The Storm of Nazism Approaches.

Remember that you will be given time to work on either your Popular Culture Project or Term Paper tomorrow and Thursday. A Chrome book cart has been booked for those who do not have their own research device.

Oct.20(Thurs.): We had 2 Current Events to begin with. We then watched a little section of “National Geographic – Apocalypse: The Rise of Hitler” for a bit of extra background on Hitler’s pre-power life. If you wanted to watch the rest of the documentary (there are 2 parts) it can be found on YouTube.
Remember to hand in your 3rd Journal on Friday.

Oct.19(Wed): We continued with and finished our look at 6 – Germany’s Weimar Republic. We also discussed the Adolf Hitler – Mein Kampf Excerpts 1 reading (specifically focusing on the points being made by Hitler).

Oct.18(Tues.): We finished up 5 – Italy and the Rise of Fascism, and then moved on to looking at how the situation in Germany developed with 6 – Germany’s Weimar Republic. We didn’t quite finish so will do so tomorrow. Remember to read Adolf Hitler – Mein Kampf Excerpts 1  for tomorrow and be ready to discuss the points that are being made as well as your own thoughts . 

Oct. 17(Mon.): We continued our unit with 5 – Italy and the Rise of Fascism. We will finish up tomorrow.
Also handed out was Adolf Hitler – Mein Kampf Excerpts 1. Read and be ready to discuss the points that are being made as well as your own thoughts.

Also remember your third journal is due this week.

Oct.14(Fri.): We finished watching “The Maltese Falcon” (1941); then had a short discussion of our thoughts on the film. We then had a Current Event on the bombing of Aleppo.

For those who enjoyed the film and are interested in watching more from the Film Noir Genre here is a list of some good films – List of Good Films in the Film Noir Genre

Oct.13(Thurs.): We began watching “The Maltese Falcon” (1941) today, and will finish up tomorrow.

Oct.12(Wed.): We continued or look at 4 – The Great Depression. Also handed out today was Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Inaugural Address, March 4, 1933 (we used it to follow along while watching the video of this speech); and we listened to and discussed Franklin Delano Roosevelt Fireside Chat Transcripts – On the Bank Crisis, 1933.
Remember to complete the response at the end of the notes.
We are pushing the due date for the 3rd journal that was going to be due this Friday to being due next Thursday.

Also remember to read the China Between the Wars – Reading.
You could also read the 1920s and 1930s in Middle East, Africa, India, and Latin America – reading for information about how other countries were living out the interwar period.

Oct.11(Tues.): We started off with a Current Event. Then turned our focus to 4 – The Great Depression; we will finish up tomorrow.
Please read The Great Depression Around the World reading for perspective on how the depression was dealt with in different countries.

Oct.7(Fri.): We began by discussing the Primary sources assigned earlier in the week.
We will begin looking at 4 – The Great Depression next week. Also next week the class has decided to watch “The Maltese Falcon” (1941).

Also remember there is no journal due this week (as we switched the journals to every two weeks).

Oct.6(Thurs.): We finished our look at 3 – United States During the 1920’s.
We will be discussing the primary sources assigned for reading on Tuesday at the beginning of class tomorrow.

Oct.5(Wed.): We turned away from Russia today and to the United States with 3 – United States During the 1920’s, we will continue with this tomorrow.
Remember to have the Flapper Poems, 1925 and the other article you and your group were assigned to read (‘New Freedom and the Girls’ – Harper’s Magazine excerpt, 1926   ‘The New Woman’ – Living Age magazine excerpt, 1929    Wickersham Commission Report, 1929    President Warren G. Harding on morality and Prohibition, 1922.) read for tomorrow so that discussion can be engaged in.

Oct.4(Tues.): We finished off the last points of 2 – Stalin’s Russia. The rest of the class was used to work on the Pop-Culture Project or Term Paper.

The class was also divided into 4 groups and each group was assigned one of the 4 following readings:  ‘New Freedom and the Girls’ – Harper’s Magazine excerpt, 1926   ‘The New Woman’ – Living Age magazine excerpt, 1929    Wickersham Commission Report, 1929    President Warren G. Harding on morality and Prohibition, 1922. Have your source read and be ready to discuss your source for Wednesday/Thursday, and everyone should read the Flapper Poems, 1925.

Oct.3(Mon.): We continued our look at 2 – Stalin’s Russia today; we still have a couple points to finish tomorrow. We also read over some sections of Forced Labour in Soviet Russia – Horror of the Labour Camps – Prof. Ernst Tallgren. If you are interested you can read the following article Russian Family Living in Isolation for 40 Years – Article, but it is not mandatory.

Remember tomorrow a day for you to work on the Pop-Culture project or Term Paper. I’ve booked a Chrome Books Cart for anyone needing a device.

Sept.30(Fri.): We began with a Current Event. Then moved on to finishing 1 – Stalin’s Rise. Remember to complete the response at the end of the notes. We also read and discussed DIZZY WITH SUCCESS – CONCERNING QUESTIONS OF THE COLLECTIVE-FARM MOVEMENT – Pravda, March 2, 1930.  We also began to look at 2 – Stalin’s Russia, which we sill finish on Monday.

Sept.29(Thurs.): We started of with a Current Event and then continued our look at 1 – Stalin’s Rise, which we will finish tomorrow.

Sept.28(Wed.): We finished off our look at 7 – Lenin’s Russia. Remember to complete the response at the end of the notes. We also watched a section of BBC’s “Days that Shook the World – the Romanov Murders”.
We then  moved on and began our second unit with a discussion of 1 – Stalin’s Rise.

Also Remember that your second journal is due this Friday.

Sept.27(Tues.): We focused our attention today on the aftermath of the Russian Revolution by looking at 7 – Lenin’s Russia. We just have a few points to finish up tomorrow.

Also we have reached the end of our first unit which means it is time for a self-evaluation. Remember to fill out the Self-Evaluation for Class Participation Form and hand it in.

Sept.26(Mon.): Our first task today was to discuss the KARL MARX AND MARXISM and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels – On Class Struggle readings. We then moved on to looking at 6 – The Russian Revolution.
For those who wanted to read Lenin’s April Theses (we went over a summary in class) just click the link – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin – The April Theses (1917)

Sept.23(Fri.): Today we had time to work on either the Pop-Culture Project or on the Term Paper. Remember there is no journal due this week.
We will pick up with Russian History next week. Be ready to discuss the KARL MARX AND MARXISM and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels – On Class Struggle readings, on Monday.

Sept.22(Thurs.): This block was used for Mass today. Remember that tomorrow you are getting a research day, so you can bring your research tools (Chrome Books will be provided if you do not have your own laptop/tablet, etc.).

Sept.21(Wed.): Today the History 12 – Term Paper Outline was handed out and explained. We then went over Writing History – Strategies for Success (SFU Student commons) and the Douglas College – chicago style citation guide; and discussed some tips for writing a research paper in History. Some other guides for writing History papers can be found at:http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/specific-types-of-writing/history and
http://www.arts.cornell.edu/prh3/257/classmats/papertip.html
The term Paper will be due on January 9th, 2017.

Sept.20(Tues.): We finished off our look at 5 – The Situation in Russia. We will discuss the KARL MARX AND MARXISM and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels – On Class Struggle readings, next week as tomorrow we are discussing term papers, Thursday’s block is being used for mass, and Friday you are getting a research day.
And last but not least the History 12 – Term Paper Outline was handed out and explained. We will have some instruction tomorrow on how to effectively write a History Term Paper.

Sept.19(Mon.): We finished our look at 4 – Paris Peace Conference, and discussed the question found at the end of the notes as well as the League Of Nations Reading. We then turned our attention to Russia and began discussing 5 – The Situation in Russia, which we will finish tomorrow.
The Russian History Timeline Assignment was handed out today, and will be due on October 11th.

Sept.16(Fri.): We turned out attention to 4 – Paris Peace Conference. We did not get completely finished, so we will finish up on Monday.  We also looked briefly at Woodrow Wilson – 14 Points.
Please read KARL MARX AND MARXISM and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels – On Class Struggle for Tuesday, we will discuss these then.  You can also read F Engels, Speech at the Graveside of Karl Marx if you want but it is not mandatory.

Sept.15(Thurs.): We began by discussing Rudyard Kipling – The White Man’s Burden, then  finished our look at 2 – Pre-1919 World Situation – Part 2 (Imperialism), and discussed the questions posed at the end of the  notes. We then discussed elements of the WWI – Peoples at War Reading and WWI Reading, and also discussed the impact of technology on how warfare is engaged in and perceived (depersonalization and sense of meaninglessness).
Please read the League Of Nations Reading for tomorrow.
Also remember your first journal is due tomorrow evening.

Sept.14(Wed.): We celebrated Mr. Kazun’s return from grade 8 camp by discussing 2 – Pre-1919 World Situation – Part 2 (Imperialism), we will finish tomorrow. We also read and discussed Kaiser Wilhelm II – A Place in the Sun Speech. Please read and think about Rudyard Kipling – The White Man’s Burden, we will discuss it tomorrow as well as  the WWI – Peoples at War Reading and WWI Reading tomorrow. Also reflect on the questions at the end of today’s notes and we will discuss this tomorrow as well.
If you have time or are interested; the following link is to a short documentary (1 hour 4 minutes) called “Schooling the World” which looks at the continued presence of imperialism and colonialism, and the impact on traditional/indigenous cultures – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ho3bT0eYZo

Sept.12-13(Mon.&Tues.): We took these two days to work on the Popular Culture During the 20th Century Project.
Remember to have the WWI – Peoples at War Reading and WWI Reading read for Wednesday so that we can discuss them (pay attention to the impact the war had).

Sept,9(Fri.): We started off by determining the topic chosen for the Pop-Culture project. We then finished off 1 – Pre-1919 World Situation – Part 1 (Nationalism), then discussed the Pre-WWI Nationalism Primary Documents and The Dreyfus Affair – Primary Documents.
Remember that you will have Monday and Tuesday to work on the Pop-Culture Project, as I am at Grade 8 Camp. Bring your research tools (laptop, ipad, etc.); Chrome books will also be available.
For next Wednesday – read WWI – Peoples at War Reading and WWI Reading, so that we can discuss them (pay attention to the impact the war had).

Sept.8(Thurs.): We began by sharing the 3 things that you chose to find out about from  “We Didn’t Start the Fire” by Billy Joel. We then discussed the Popular Culture During the 20th C. Project Outline, which will be due on December 5, 2016 (presentations will begin that day).
We turned our focus to our first topic 1 – Pre-1919 World Situation – Part 1 (Nationalism), which we will finish tomorrow. Tomorrow we will also the the readings assigned yesterday from Pre-WWI Nationalism Primary Documents. For tonight please read The Dreyfus Affair – Primary Documents (what is being said, how is it being said, etc.)

Sept.7(Wed): Today we had an introduction to the course. The  History 12 Course Outline was handed out, as was the Cumulative Learning Journal Outline and Cumulative Learning Journal Marking Scheme, as well as, the Self-Evaluation for Class Participation Form. We then listened to “We Didn’t Start the Fire” by Billy Joel. For tomorrow, pick 3 things mentioned in the song and find out a little about what they are (a couple points of identification).
Also handed out was Pre-WWI Nationalism Primary Documents. Read the document that you and your group members were assigned for tomorrow. Pay attention to what is being said and how it is being said. You can use the Tips for reading a Primary Source to help in reading a source.

Remember to get the form at the end of the Course Outline signed and hand them in tomorrow.


Notes Section:

Unit 1 – Conflict and Challenge – The World of 1919

1 – Pre-1919 World Situation – Part 1 (Nationalism)

2 – Pre-1919 World Situation – Part 2 (Imperialism)

3 – Brief Look at WWI and Consequences

4 – Paris Peace Conference

5 – The Situation in Russia

6 – The Russian Revolution

7 – Lenin’s Russia

Unit 2 – Promise and Collapse – 1919-1933

1 – Stalin’s Rise

2 – Stalin’s Russia

3 – United States During the 1920’s

4 – The Great Depression

5 – Italy and the Rise of Fascism

6 – Germany’s Weimar Republic

7 – The Storm of Nazism Approaches

8 – The Third Reich – Hitler’s National Socialist State

9 – Nazi Germany – Rebuilding the Country and Propaganda

10 – Nazi Germany – Hatred

Unit 3 – Turmoil and Tragedy – 1933–1945

1- Gradual Buildup to War (1930’s)

2 – The Road to War

3 – Beginning of WWII

4 – Darkness Takes Over – Britain as War Begins

5 – World War II in North Africa, Mediterranean, and the Pacific

6 – Tide Turns for Allies

7 – War In the Pacific

8 – Resistance Movements and Women During WWII

9 – Why people ‘Followed Orders’ during the Holocaust

Unit 4 – Transformation and Tension – 1945–1963

1 – Situation in Europe at War’s End & The Nuremberg Trials

2 – The Cold War Begins

3 – Tensions Rise – Korean War (1950-1953) and Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)

4 – The Khrushchev Era

5 – Society in the USA and Europe During the Cold War

Unit 5 – Progress and Uncertainty 1963–1991

1 – Vietnam Wars (1946-54 and 1963-75)

2 – Breakdown of Soviet Union and End of the Cold War

3 – Nationalism in the Middle East

4 – Civil Rights Movements


Handouts and Assignment Outlines:

Cumulative Learning Journal Outline            Cumulative Learning Journal Marking Scheme

Self-Evaluation for Class Participation Form

Tips for reading a Primary Source

Popular Culture During the 20th C. Project Outline

Pre-WWI Nationalism Primary Documents

The Dreyfus Affair – Primary Documents

Kaiser Wilhelm II – A Place in the Sun Speech

Rudyard Kipling – The White Man’s Burden

The Willy-Nicky Telegrams

WWI – Peoples at War Reading      and         WWI Reading

Versailles Conference, 1919 – Primary Sources

Woodrow Wilson – 14 Points

League Of Nations Reading

Current Events Assignment

Russian History Timeline Assignment

KARL MARX AND MARXISM

F Engels, Speech at the Graveside of Karl Marx

Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels – On Class Struggle

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin – The April Theses (1917)

Russian History Timeline Assignment

DIZZY WITH SUCCESS – CONCERNING QUESTIONS OF THE COLLECTIVE-FARM MOVEMENT – Pravda, March 2, 1930

Forced Labour in Soviet Russia – Horror of the Labour Camps – Prof. Ernst Tallgren

Russian Family Living in Isolation for 40 Years – Article

Flapper Poems, 1925  

‘New Freedom and the Girls’ – Harper’s Magazine excerpt, 1926

‘The New Woman’ – Living Age magazine excerpt, 1929

Wickersham Commission Report, 1929

President Warren G. Harding on morality and Prohibition, 1922

Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Inaugural Address, March 4, 1933

The Great Depression Around the World reading

China Between the Wars – Reading

1920s and 1930s in Middle East, Africa, India, and Latin America – reading

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Fireside Chat Transcripts – On the Bank Crisis, 1933

Adolf Hitler – Mein Kampf Excerpts 1

Adolf Hitler- Mein Kampf Excerpts 2

Exchange of Letters Between Hindenburg And Hitler, April 1933

History 12 Film Project Outline

Munich Pact September 29, 1938

The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, 1939

News Article on German Air Raid on London, 1940

Holocaust Primary Documents:    Auschwitz                Mass Murder                    Medical Experiments               Testimonies of Auschwitz SS-men                       The Wannsee Protocol

The science and technology of World War II – article

Article – Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany – http://education.cambridge.org/media/653316/opposition_and_resistance_in_nazi_germany.pdf

What Ordinary Germans Knew and Role of Wehrmacht in Holocaust

Winston S. Churchill – ‘Iron Curtain Speech’, March 5, 1936

Joseph Stalin – Response to Churchill’s Iron Curtain Speech, 1946

FINAL EXAM – History 12, 2015-2016 – Questions

TERM PAPER RESOURCES:
Outline – History 12 – Term Paper Outline

Tips for writing History Papers –
Writing History – Strategies for Success (SFU Student commons)

http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/specific-types-of-writing/history
http://www.arts.cornell.edu/prh3/257/classmats/papertip.html
Citation Guide – Douglas College – chicago style citation guide
Term Paper Example – Term Paper_The War on Alcohol

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