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The Interwar Years
Interwar Years Project
League of Nations 1920-1925
Austrian Interwar Years
France during the Interwar years
The Treaty of Sevres and Neuilly
Mussolini's Conquest of Ethiopia
British Interwar Years
Hitler's Foreign Policies Prior to WW2
Origins and Development of Single Party States
Assasinations of Key Political Opponents in Stalinist Russia
Beginnings of Communist Russia
Fidel's Global Impact
Social Policies of Nazi Party
Economic Policies of Nazi Germany
Rise of the Soviet Union
Stalin's domestic policies
Stalin's foreign and domestic policies
Techniques of Dictatorships
The Soviet Union Under Stalin
Treatment of Women in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany
Was Lenin Right About Stalin?
The Platt Amendment
Mao and the PRC
World War II
Compulsory Billeting WWII
Fall of France
Nazi Occupation of Defeated Countries WWII
Resistance groups during World War Two
Role of the RAF (Royal Air Force) during WW2
Role Of Women in WWII
Social Consequences of WWII
The Ardennes Offensive
The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
the evacuation at Dunkirk
The Second Great War
The Nuremberg Trials
The Battle of Britain
The V- Weapons
The Cold War
Berlin Blockade 1948-49
Brezhnev Foreign Policy
Cold War Major Developments
Cold War Key Developments
Cold War Origins
Cold War Superpower Relations
Cold War Events Timeline
Cuban Missile Crisis 1962
End of the Cold War
Politics 1950s and 60s
Policy Changes of Nikita Khrushchev
The Berlin Wall 1961
The Soviet Union under Brezhnev
The Soviet Union Under Stalin
The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
Korean War 1950-53
The Vietnam War
Who Caused the Cold War?
Your Cold War (Interactive)
Stalin: 1941 to 1953
The Collapse of USSR
20th C. Social and Economic Developments in Europe and the Middle East
This page is intended for members of the Bishop O'Byrne IB History Class as a space for the collaborative construction of knowledge artifacts. It is intended for use by class members only.
Topics and pages correspond to course content and lines of inquiry pursued by students.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS
When you contribute to a page please be sure to provide references (at the bottom of the page) to indicate the sources used for your information. If web based please also create a link at the bottom of the page. If in contributing to the page you make refernece to an item on the "Knowledge Objectives" portion of our guided inquiry please create a new page bearing that item as a title and link to it. On the new page provide a brief description or definition that others can expand on. When reviewing a page already created please be sure to vett any errors and open a discussion on the discussion board. Ensure that if you add information you update links and references.
If you have any concerns or issues please place a notice on the discussion board, and/or speak to Mr. Isaacs directly.
It is important that your contributions to this page are authentic and original attempts to construct an academic knowledge of history.
Please ensure that you critically evaluate your sorces and communicate clearly the source for information you privide, and the analysis at least of its origin, purpose, value and limitations. If an analysis or comment is not your own, but is obtained through research please be sure to indicate this and idntify the histroian appropriately. At present I see far too much that appears to be cut and paste from other sites, or copied from other sources. This constitutes plagarism.
Remember that this page is viewable to the public and therefore should be treated as published work. Your integrity is essential to the credibility of this process of collaborative construction.
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