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USHC.4.CO Develop a comparative analysis of the motives for and outcomes of American policies regarding foreign intervention.

Grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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D-Day: 40 Years Ago, Part 1
D-Day: 40 Years Ago, Part 1

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Part 1 of the D-Day: 40 Years Ago special of Carolina Journal. Veterans from both Axis and Allied powers gather to remember their experiences on D-Day, and to honor the fallen.
Human Rights | Periscope
Human Rights | Periscope

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Every nation provides its people with certain rights. These may be the right to vote, the right to work, or freedom of speech. The idea that the most important rights should be shared by people in...
Vanishing Generation, Part 4 - Prisoner of War
Vanishing Generation, Part 4 - Prisoner of War

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Tom Grove, prisoner of war survivor, recalls the Battle of the Bulge, and says that is where he got his first combat injury. He was taken prisoner that day, after a German tank pulled up in front of...
Vanishing Generation, Part 7 - Okinawa
Vanishing Generation, Part 7 - Okinawa

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Tee Senn, cryptologist, speaks of the tank battles, about the reality, not TV, and seeing a tank explode. "...For years...you wake up...it gets to you...it's something that you don't ever want to have...
Vanishing Generation, Part 8 - Liberated
Vanishing Generation, Part 8 - Liberated

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Tom Grove, prisoner of war survivor, tells the story of being in his second prison camp, and hearing bombing way off in the distance, and how the noise of artillery got louder and closer, along with...
Vanishing Generation, Part 5 - One Mo' Time
Vanishing Generation, Part 5 - One Mo' Time

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Russell Meyne, B-17 pilot, says, "But Pearl Harbor, of course, was one about 4-hour period," and he didn't get hit, didn't get shot..."there was no continuity to it...the beginning and end was right...
Vanishing Generation, Part 1 - Introduction
Vanishing Generation, Part 1 - Introduction

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World War II is the most important event of the 20th Century. It changed everything. Fifty million people died in World War II, including 405,000 Americans. The United States became a world power, the...