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A Spectacular Video I made that reflects on the biggest world events, from 1949-1989. From Harry Truman to Rock And Rolla Cola Wars, the world has seen so much in these 40 years. Enjoy!(:

Cold War. Find out more about the Cold War, including: what it was, its causes, the beginning of the Cold War, major events unto 1954, the Cold War in East Asia, formation of military alliances, the ease of tensions after 1954, and links to video clips of the Cold War period.

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What Dr. Seuss Books Were Really About

Also known as The Butter Battle! This book was written during the Cold War era, and reflects the concerns of the time, especially the perceived possibility that all life on earth could be destroyed in a nuclear war.

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Tip of the Week: 5 ways to start the year

History Tech a great blogger about teaching social studies. Content Area Reading

This is an amazing site put together by Fordham University. It is nicely broken into the typical parts of world history (absolutism, scientific revolution up to WWI, WWII, Cold War, post Cold War, etc. It is a great resource for both US and world history teachers. For example under World War I, there are links to life in the trenches, primary resources, lectures on the different causes of the war, Zimmerman Telegram, personal accounts, life after the war, etc.

$This unit includes: - editable lecture notes - Europe After World War II and Europe in 1991 map assignments - 45 lecture homework questions - Public Service Announcement group activity - crossword puzzle assignment - word find bell ringer - 10 question quiz - Cold War Quiz Game - Cold War Test {Editable} -The Changing Borders of Europe: 1945-1993 -Cold War Timeline Hunt and Race! -Cold War Timeline for Classrooms Answer keys are included.