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MIAMIOHHST 296Erik JensenFall

HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Outer Space Treaty, Nuclear Technology, Divisor

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In the 1980s, developing countries were going from agrarian to industrial, developed countries were entering the info age. Nuclear physics did not beco
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MIAMIOHHST 296Erik JensenFall

HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Brezhnev Doctrine, Unification Of Germany, Mikhail Gorbachev

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The policies of gorbachev just worsened the divisions that were starting in the soviet. Only communist nation that seemed like it could do well was the
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MIAMIOHHST 296Jensen ErikFall

HST 296 Chapter 10.9: 3 crisis causing the decline of detente

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HST 296 Chapter 10.3: Détente

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HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Japanese Communist Party, Mao Zedong, Fokker E.Ii

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Following japan"s surrender, allies were able to recover lost territory b. ii. 2. Japan lost empire in china, korea, and southeast. Cold war gave worri
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MIAMIOHHST 296Jensen ErikFall

HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.1: Hundred Flowers Campaign, Mao Zedong, East China

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Mao zedong made a second visit to the soviet union. U. s. leaders were determined to contain communist expansion. By mid-1950"s communism was firmly es
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HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.3: Juan Bosch, Chronic Inflation

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Latin america was much better off than africa. They had political independence for more than a century. Treatment of native inhabitants was an issue in
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HST 296 Chapter 10.1: China Russia and US

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HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1: Black Pride, Political Freedom, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

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South africa was at the center of race relations during this time period. Many religions were at war with one another. Racism and religions were natura
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HST 296 Chapter 10.8: decline in detente

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HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Arthur Percival, Indirect Rule, Kuomintang

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China"s communist party won control of the government. The world"s" most populous country fell to communism. China was not the only country to pass its
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HST 296 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ethnic Nationalism

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Water and supplies to singapore were cut, surrender was to save lives. Japanese surrender: very hostile atmosphere at ceremony, rebuild was actually ch
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