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    The Renaissance
    The Renaissance was the period of time between 1350 – 1550. People were getting over the effects of war and the plague. Cities were starting to grow and become wealthy. But most of all people were starting to believe that all things were possible. With this new way of thinking it created the Renaissance or “rebirth”.
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    Jefferson had many accomplishments in his life. He was a teacher, lawyer, architect, and musician. He became the representative for Virginia in 1769 and started his political career. He drafted the Declaration of Independence and was the voice for America’s independence. Later he became the Secretary of State to John Adams. He bargained the purchase for Louisiana from France. He became our third president of the United States in 1801.
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    An alliance of Great Britain, the United States, and Soviet Union fought against the Axis Powers, Germany, Italy and Japan. The fighting continued until August 1945 when the United States dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. This devastated Japan. It killed thousands of people and totally destroyed cities.
    Hilter was determined to carry out his plan of killing the Jewish people. He knew the Allied powers were winning. Death camps were created and millions of Jewish people were killed. Millions of Polish and Ukrainian people were killed as well. On April, 30 1945, Adolf Hitler took committed suicide to avoid being captured. It is estimated that fifty million people died in World War II
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    The Renaissance was the period of time between 1350 – 1550. People were getting over the effects of war and the plague. Cities were starting to grow and become wealthy. But most of all people were starting to believe that all things were possible. With this new way of thinking it created the Renaissance or “rebirth”.
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    Biographies
    Benjamin Franklin
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    When Benjamin Franklin was an adult he had many accomplishments. He was a printer, scientist, inventor, philosopher, writer, leader, and diplomat. He was one of our biggest members of the American Enlightenment. During Benjamin Franklin’s political career he was the ambassador to France and help draft the Declaration of Independence. During the war he convinced the French king to help us fight the British. Franklin helped write the Constitution and signed four of the most important documents in American history; the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Treaty of Alliance and Treaty of Paris.
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    Jefferson had many accomplishments in his life. He was a teacher, lawyer, architect, and musician. He became the representative for Virginia in 1769 and started his political career. He drafted the Declaration of Independence and was the voice for America’s independence. Later he became the Secretary of State to John Adams. He bargained the purchase for Louisiana from France. He became our third president of the United States in 1801.
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    King Louis tried to fix the problem but it was too late because the people had suffered to long. The people had been inspired by the Enlightenment and the views of equal right. They wanted the unfair treatment to end and to have rights. The peasants rebelled against the king and nobles. The rioted in the streets and took over the Bastille. They fought against the nobles and burned down houses. A new republican that was run by the common people took power and executed King Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, and several thousand other nobles by guillotine.
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    The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen was inspired by the Declaration of Independence. This declared the equal rights and freedom for the French people.
    The Imperialism
    During the Age of Exploration, European countries discovered new lands, resources, and new trade. There was a great demand for spices, precious stones, silk, and other materials. The European states set up trading post in places as Asia, Africa, India. The competition between the Europeans states became a frenzy for what state could get into the territories first. Because of the competition and greed the Europeans took control of the local people and their territories.
    The European people felt they were superior to the people of smaller nations. They felt they need to help them by teaching them Christian values and to be civilized. The Europeans also thought they were helping the smaller nation’s economy by set up trade and industrialism. What they actually did was take the peoples land, made them slaves, change the culture and religion.
    The Europeans did improve the areas by building roads, railroads, and set up ways to manufacture the natural resources. However, any profits that were made were kept by the Europeans. The native people were given very little. Soon the native people of Asia, Africa and India became resentful and fought for their independence from European rule.
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    Cecil Rhodes was a British business man who quickly took control of Africa’s diamond and gold mines. He had great wealth and power and used it to have laws made that would hurt the African people and benefit the business people like him.
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    The British establish control in India.
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    David Livingstone was a missionary who worked in Africa. He was so inspired by the land and people that he wrote a book about his experience. His book inspired British people to go there to civilize Africa with Christianity and trade.
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    Biographies
    King Louis XVI
    King Louis XVI was born in Versailles on August, 1754. He became king of France at the age of twenty. He married Marie Antoinette May 16, 1770. They had four children. Three of them died at early ages.
    King Louis XVI was not well liked. People blamed him for the debt and food shortage of the country. The country was already in debt when he became king. France had many debts because of the many wars they fought in. This included helping American with its fight against Britain. The problem was that only the middle class and peasants were paying taxes. King Louis did try to change things by making the nobles pay taxes but the nobles voted the tax changes down. The nobles did not want to give up the rich lifestyles.
    The people of France revolted because they wanted equal rights and because of the food shortage were starving. King Louis was tried for treason and executed by the guillotine on January 21, 1793.
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    Maximilien Robespierre
    Maximilien Robespierre was born on May 6 1758. His family was poor and he was raised by different relatives. He put himself through school and studied law. He became a lawyer and a leader in the National Convention. He was a leader during the “Reign of Terror”. Robespierre was one of the men who demanded that King Louis and Marie Antoinette be executed. He was cruel and powerful. Under his leadership thousands of people many of who were innocent was sent to the guillotine without a trial. He was later removed from power and sent to the guillotine himself.
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    World War I
    The completion for territory and trade that started with the Imperialism continued to grow. Two alliances grew in the European powers. The first one was the Triple Alliance which was Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. The second was the Triple Entente which France, Great Britain, and Russia. Both sides did not like each other for different reasons. As tensions grew each side grew their armies to large sizes and they stored weapons and supplies.
    The war started when the heir to Austria-Hungary’s throne and his wife where was killed. Serbia was blamed for the attack. The Triple Entente and the Triple Alliance went to war on July 28, 1914. The people that it was only going to last a month. It was going to last several years because of a new style of fighting, Trench Warfare. Both sides were in deep trenches and neither side knew how to beat the other.
    Things did not change in the war until Italy changed sides and the United States entered the war. United States wanted to stay neutral but Germany started to sink both military and civilian ships with their submarines. Once the Americans entered the war the Triple Entente became the Allied Powers. They were able to beat the Germany & Austria in 1918.
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    The both sides had trenches that were protected by barbed wire.Many lives were lost in these trenches.
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    Governments use propaganda posters and slogans to create support for the war.
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    Germany used submarines in hope to end the war. It only made the United States join in the fighting.
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    Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, Sophia were killed by a man from Serbia. This started World War I.
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    Woodrow Wilson
    Woodrow Wilson was born in Virginia in 1856. He was raised in a strict, Christian family. He became the 28th president of the United States in 1912. President Wilson wanted to stay neutral in World War I. When the Germany navy sunk the, Lusitania, they killed over 1,100 innocent people. 128 of those people were Americans. President Wilson made the decision to enter the war and the United States helped the Allies win in 1918. Wilson presented his, “Fourteen Points” during the peace talks and wanted to create the League of Nations. The idea of the League of Nations was that differences could be settled peaceful by meeting and discussing issues. The Leagues purpose was to prevent future wars.
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    Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    Franz Ferdinand was born in Graz, Austria in 1863. He was heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His uncle was Empire Francis Joseph. Franz Ferdinand was not popular because of his rough personality. He wasn’t charismatic or refined. However, he was a good husband and father to his family. Ferdinand married Sophie Chotek against the wishes of his uncle. Empire Joseph though Sophie was beneath them socially. Ferdinand gave up all rights for his children to be heirs to the Austria thrown and married Sophie anyway.
    Franz Ferdinand wanted to make changes in the Austria government. He wanted to give the Slav people an equal voice in their government. This angered a lot of people. On a trip to Sarajevo, Franz Ferdinand and Sophie were shot and killed by Gavrilo Princip, a Serbia terrorist. This event set off the beginning of World War I. {210px-Archduke_Franz_Ferdinand_of_Austria_-_b&w.jpg}
    World War II
    Adolph Hitler became the leader of Germany on January 30, 1933. It was Adolph Hitler’s ideas that set the path of a major war. He believed that the “Aryan” race was superior to all other races. He wanted to eliminate the Jewish population. Hitler wanted to make Germany a great and powerful nation and felt that he needed to gain more land to have room for the German population.
    On Sept 1, 1939, Germany secretly invades Poland and the beginning of World War II starts. Hitler forms an alliance with Benito Mussolini the leader of Italy. Mussolini wanted more territory to make a bigger empire as well. Hitler also forms an alliance with Japan. Japan wanted to expand into China.
    Germany quickly invaded Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, and Belgium. Hitler tried to take over Britain, but could not defeat them. He also invaded the Soviet Union but because of the harsh winter he was not successful. The United States remained neutral. However, on December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. One week later Germany declared war on the United States as well.
    An alliance of Great Britain, the United States, and Soviet Union fought against the Axis Powers, Germany, Italy and Japan. The fighting continued until August 1945 when the United States dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. This devastated Japan. It killed thousands of people and totally destroyed cities.
    Hilter was determined to carry out his plan of killing the Jewish people. He knew the Allied powers were winning. Death camps were created and millions of Jewish people were killed. Millions of Polish and Ukrainian people were killed as well. On April, 30 1945, Adolf Hitler took committed suicide to avoid being captured. It is estimated that fifty million people died in World War II
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    The Atom bomb was dropped on Japan in hopes to end the war.
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    Adolph Hitler was the leader of Germany. His ran the country with fear and hatred.
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    Pearl Harbor was attacked on Dec. 7, 1941. This attack brought the United States into the war.
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