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UTSCDTSB01H3Hugh Mac DonaldFall

Lecture 1, intro

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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

lecture 11

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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 23

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Blitzkrieg = logistical solution to primary german problem (lack of resources/ability to fight a long war of attrition) Stalemate between german airfor
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 22

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Supposed to be the first wave of campaign that envisaged the undertaking of. Air supremacy but aerial confrontation stopped plans for german plans to i
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 21

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Small nazi party in austria internally to destablize government. Had them openly declare that they wanted anschluss with germany. Hitler is extremely s
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 20

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 arbitration (diplomacy should not revolve around force and power, but collectivism) Liberalism = arbitration on the idea that it will lead to a succe
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 19

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Military affairs was so large that it encompassed within hands of army. Government control in hands of monarchy/executive were almost collapsing. Wante
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 18

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Why fascism: is a logical consequences in german history, "uniquely german" Mussolini was hitler"s hero until hitler rose to his own power. Revolves ar
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 17

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After 1857, areas that were non-british direct control were absorbed into larger british areas - bombay, madras, calcutta, began to expand. As result o
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 16

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British india (administered a subcontinent as a single colony) India (~1600-1858) ruled by british east india company as "commercial enterprise" simila
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 15

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Provisional government was simply caretaker government, so had no authority in. Petrograd soviet issued manifesto of its own - order #1 (march 1) - lat
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 14

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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

lecture 12

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Made independent of ottoman control and put under influence of austria-hungary. In the area with puppet king to allow austria-hungary to do what they w
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 11

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 french workers could go into ruhr to extract 40-45 tons of coal/year until. Divisional size was too large (16 000 - 17 000) Continental civil war - l
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 9

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Represented in different ways (connection, date, related) Napoleon conflict (last time powers all went to war) - moving battles. - force a decision (ca
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

lecture 9

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New balance of power system for europe created by bismarck. Include germany within the new balance of power (1870-1890) Themes of the system - allies w
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 8

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Lecture 7

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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 6

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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 5

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Rice (south carolina) sugar cotton ( cotton gin 1790s - no conflict to stop the industrial revolution)  slavery (expanded/profit) from 1776 (founding
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 4

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Boers, great trek - 1835 - 1841 (orange free state, transvaal - dutch colonies above cape. Dominion of union of south africa (1909) Morocco was one of
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 3

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Scramble for africa: 1880 - 1914 (european competition) French combined holdings into large traps: industrial revolution  economic expansion  imperia
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UTSCHISB31H3Neville PanthakiWinter

Lecture 2

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Economies are self sustaining, as effects are internal industrial power (resource)  uk - coal (2/3 of the world"s output) Destroyed the fleets of span
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UTSCHISB93H3YatesWinter

lecture 12

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L12 - challenges of nationalism and nationalities in contemporary europe. 1989: the final act of the 1917 revolution. Loss of legitimacy - the soviet s
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lecture 11

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May in paris - hope and onto the streets with workers - the degree of which.  fundamentally nothing changed (wanted overhaul of bourgeois system) Prag
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lecture 10

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L10 - reordering europe, east and west - (perhaps) wwii as a social revolution: european devastation, 1945 - the impact and legacy of total war. Why wa
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lecture 9

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Making the volksgemeinschaft - race and the nazi regime. [national community to define and exclude various components of society] Hitler"s foreign poli
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lecture 8 - "An Inconvenient Truth" screening questions

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lecture 7

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lecture 5

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Orientation of the schlieffen plan - move around forts, not maginot line. The end of war and its legacy for 20th century politics: total war - mobiliza
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lecture 4

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Explain significance of the excerpt - who what where when why how. First successful revolution undertaken the name of marxism, socialism and the name o
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lecture 3

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lecture 2

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Edward sied - orientalism - relationship with the other Benedict anderson - if you want to look at where the birth of nationalism -- look at colonies (
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lecture 1

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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

lecture 11

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The sharing of needles or equipment for injecting drugs, tattooing, skin. Pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding (from an hiv-infected mother to her. Hu
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

lecture 10

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Some date back to the 15th century. Most are specific to the 19th century -- time when the "germ theory" won the battle. Red rash on the neck, the body
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

lecture 9

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[ large, stiff spleens and hard, thin, hot stomachs, while their shoulders, Continues to have huge social, economical, and health consequences in many
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

lecture 8

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Pettenkofer (1818-1901) -- steadfastly refused to believe in the germ theory. Drank a vial of bacteria contaminated bacteria. Said that there was nothi
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

lecture 7

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Rhazes (900 ad) separated smallpox and measles. Thought red rash represented the mother"s menstrual blood that accumulates in the womb. Disease was wel
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

lecture 6

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Mortality rate is 3% in vaccinated and 30% in unvaccinated. Malignant and hemorrhagic forms develop in ~ 5-10% of infected people -- almost always fata
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