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HIST 4339. Midterm Review. Wednesday. Bring sample IDs, . essay questions. Section I: Identifications (20 points each; suggested time: 20 minutes). Complete a total of TWO IDs. You must choose one ID from List One and one from List Two. Write three to four sentences (or more, if you like) for each, .
Hotel Palomar, 117 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103. October 25-26, 2014. A History Institute for Teachers. The Origins and Evolution of Zionism. Prof. Liora R. Halperin. University of Colorado Boulder.
. Summary and Interconnections. Babylon 1800-1600 BC. Controlled Assyria. Kassite Babylon 1600-1200 BC. Controlled Assyria until 1365 when Assyria gained some independence until 1200. Phoenicians: vassals .
Jewish groups. The Jewish people in first century Palestine saw their religious faith as part of their daily lives. Many of their daily activities were therefore based around fulfilling the mitzvoth, or commandments that are found in the Torah. In the time of Jesus, Jewish life and culture centred around the Temple. .
1917-1947 – Palestine under British control. . Balfour Declaration of 1917 – Britain pledges to create in Palestine a “national home for the Jewish people”. At time there were half million Arabs in Palestine and only 70,000 Jews.
Writing the 'Histories' of the Wars of . 1948. Aims. To . learn about the creation of the state of . Israel.. To trace the history of Israel/Palestine from the end of the British Mandate (1945 -1948), through the 1948 Arab-Israeli War until the signing of the armistices between Israel and the Arab states signed in 1949..
populations. Matt Harrington. Juliette Jamieson. (Genocide). Genocide in Rwanda . 1944 -- Hutu (85%) Tutsi (14%) Twa (1%). Early 1990's. Hutu extremists blamed Tutsi for . country's increasing political, social, .
Aims. To learn about the creation of the state of Israel.. To trace the history of Israel/Palestine from the end of the British Mandate (1945 -1948), through the 1948 Arab-Israeli War until the signing of the armistices between Israel and the Arab states signed in 1949..
Today we are learning about Ottoman decline, the modernization of Turkey and Iran, and Arab nationalism was affected by Jewish immigration to Palestine.. Decline and Fall of the Ottoman Empire. Ottoman Empire – Eastern Europe, Middle East, and North Africa.
Section 4: Imperialism and Nationalism. Updated by Mr. Dougherty. Sarah H.. Lesson Questions. What challenges did the Ottoman Empire face?. How did Imperialism spur the growth of nationalism in the Middle East?.
SS7H2B. What are we learning?. Why the state of Israel was established in 1948?. What are the . Jewish religious . connections . to the . land of Israel, . the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, and Zionism in .
STATE. www.onedemocraticstate.org. Loss of Land, Ethnic cleansing, Discrimination and Segregation. Homelands . (Bantustans. ). The South African government designated all Africans as citizens of a homeland or Bantustan. By 1984, Ciskei, Bophuthatswana, Transkei, and Venda had been granted "independence," which was recognized by no other nations except South Africa..