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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellWinter

HIS311Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, John Wycliffe, Counter-Reformation

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UTSGHIS311Y1C.PenningtonSummer

HIS311Y1 Study Guide - No Commitments, Academic Dishonesty, Appeasement

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Empire to umpire: canada and the world into the twenty-first century. The big chill: canada and the cold war. His311y course reader available as of may
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellWinter

HIS311Y1 Final: HIS 311 REVIEW

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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonWinter

HIS311Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Combined Food Board, Cryptanalysis Of The Enigma

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William lyon mackenzie king was a liberal politician who was prime minister of canada in 1921- Leader of the liberal party from 1919-48, and prime mini
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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Sampling Distribution, Standard Deviation

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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Lecture 2: quiz1_255_w19_soln

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Instructions: this is an open-book quiz; it is worth 3 points and you have 8 minutes to complete it. No electronic devices with possible internet acces
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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fair Coin, Bayes Estimator

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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Quiz: quiz8_255_w19_Solutions

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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Scotiabank, Frequency Distribution, Standard Deviation

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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bernoulli Distribution

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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Null Hypothesis, Alternative Hypothesis, Scatter Plot

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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Complement Factor B, Pediatrics, Environmental Factor

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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dependent And Independent Variables, Cengage Learning, Complement Factor B

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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Middle Ages, Northwest Passage

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The native nations of the americas and the european. Geography :the american continent is isolated from the rest of the world and separated by broad oc
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: John Cabot, Smallpox, Northwest Passage

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Portugal establishing connections between north america and the outside world focus on europe, most important event is the one that did not happen rich
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellWinter

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mexican Texas, 1921 Imperial Conference, Imperial War Cabinet

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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Middle Ages

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Germany - 10 million + 1 (scotland) no single state in germany and the division kept germany without a specific number. In one single event, 2. 8 milli
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture 4: Lecture 4

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The english government was always running out of money and the previous kings borrowed money from france. A huge change by william, the kingdom became
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Jean-Paul Sartre, English Canada, Appeasement

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Interwar period (1919-1939) the starting point is the treaty of versaills. Has been written about at great length. Model of simplicity compared to trea
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UTSGHIS311Y1C.PenningtonSummer

#5 & 6: Borden, Canada, and the First World War, 1911-1921 .pdf

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Britain: gained a greater share of independence and sovereignty for canada, not acceptable to accept british decisions -- had to be a greater canadian
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Intolerable Acts, Cognitive Dissonance, No Idea Records

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By 1830s the provinces of upper canada, lower canada and nova scotia are becoming un- governable. Job that tended to be sought after. By the 1830s in t
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UTSGHIS311Y1C.PenningtonSummer

#8: The Era of Appeasement.pdf

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Growth of the dea and the canadian representation. Bennett promised the exact opposite -- promised to end the depression or die trying: 1930 election -
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Whiggism, Jacobite Rising Of 1745, Quebec Act

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Growth in prosperity and increasing birth rate in british colonies in america. Depended to a large extent on slave labour. French colonies and british
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HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: The Literary Digest, Capitalism, Covenant Of The League Of Nations

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Italy had been sending arms to africa for months and they were waiting for the end of the raining season. Canada votes with overwhelming majority of th
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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Harvard Law Review, Nepotism, Covenant Of The League Of Nations

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UTSGHIS311Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Courtesy Tenure, John Maynard Keynes, Ernest Lapointe

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1945 june - ontario and federal elections. 1939 canada has a lot of surplus labour. Women were not considered for the labour statistics. What happens t
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HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Hard Power, Demagogue, War Measures Act

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Expanded into a serious navy by 1935. 4th or 5th largest in the ceiling. Control the sea lanes b/w gb and canada/american. Germans in wwii employed tec
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HIS311Y1 Lecture 19: WWII

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Poland had signed an agreement with britain and france should it come under attack from an external force. Poland could be attacked easily on august 3r
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HIS311Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Atlantic Canada, American Civil War, Tabula Rasa

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