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  • Dec. 15, 1916 | France's Decisive Attack in Battle of Verdun - … town held great symbolic value for the French, and the German leadership anticipated that the French would go to great lengths … . The French defenders suffered heavy losses and became disorganized, while German troops managed to advance to within only a few miles … several successful counter-attacks that checked the German advance. Over the next several months, German forces advanced very slowly and both sides …
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  • Special Forces - … : H.M. Stationery Office, 1966. Forster, Thomas H. The East German Army. Trans. Antony Buzek. London: Alien & Unwin, 1967. Frankland, Noble … Rohwer, Jurgen (eds.). Decisive Battles of World War II: The German View. Trans. Edward Fitzgerald. London: Andre Deutsch, 1965. James, Harold … Narrow Seas. New York: Scribner, 1946. Seaton, Albert. The Russo-German War 1941-45. London: Arthur Barker, Ltd., 1971. Selznick, Philip …
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  • What are the reasons for war? - … will answer each “why” question from the perspective of the Germans. For each question that is asked, students should write down the question and your German response. If a group hears another group ask their question … forced to wear yellow stars, or why Germans chose to have Jewish police enforcing German laws in the ghetto.) Think carefully about … the answer to a question from the perspectives of the Germans and the Jewish people tonight during homework. They must write …
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  • Advertisements in German-American Cookbooks - … for a printer-friendly version (PDF) Advertisements in German-American Cookbooks Subject German, Levels I and II Duration 1-2 class periods … about: * Working with authentic historical material * How the language of German immigrants changed, as they lived in an English speaking environment … to: * Interpret an advertisement from a historic German-American cookbook. * Recognize and use German vocabulary related to food, especially ingredients and baking …
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  • An International menu - … Chinese Japanese Persian Turkish Australian Maori European Dutch English French German Greek Hungarian Italian Spanish Swedish Yiddish North American Algonquin Massachuset … @@@@@@@@@@@@2O O? ? ? ? ? noodle German mayonnaise French macaroni Italian kiwi Maori ketchup Chinese hash French hamburger German enchilada Nahuatl cranberry German corn English cookie … Chinese Japanese Persian Turkish Australian Maori European Dutch English French German Greek Hungarian Italian Spanish Swedish Yiddish North American Algonquin Massachuset …
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  • How the American Revolutionary War was a European Battle - … . Washington then conducts a surprise raid on 1500 British-Hessians (German mercenaries) at Trenton, New Jersey. The Hessians surrender after an … 1777 he was chief engineer for the Army. 38 PRUSSIA & GERMAN PRINCIPALITIES Steuben, Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von - Prussia -Actually a captain … (Germany) -Led the first contingent of German Mercenaries to the Americas. -Took 7,800 Germans and 1,000 British troops to Staten …
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  • ZIP: A One-Act Play - … summary of the program as it applied to the German American community.) German Americans constitute the largest ethnic group in the U … II, the U.S. government and many Americans viewed ethnic Germans and others of "enemy ancestry" as potentially dangerous, particularly recent … reflects the injustices and the family havoc which characterized the German, Italian, and Japanese detention/internment experience. ESTIMATED TIME OF COMPLETION …
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  • Tolerance in Times of Trial - … Lesson Overview: Use the treatment of citizens of Japanese and German ancestry during World War II--looking specifically at media portrayals … German and Japanese people? Does the artwork send messages about German and Japanese soldiers, or German and Japanese people in general? How would German … displayed in their communities? Ask students to research treatment of German-Americans and Japanese-Americans during World War II. Here are …
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  • "Heil, Heil The Gangs All Here" World War II 1935- 1945 - … people who were overrun survived Identify the military tactics the Germans took Create a Timeline against the Russians Identify the military … ? Identify the Bataan Death March Explain the similarities between the German and Create a Political Cartoon- depicting the Japanese tactics deployed … Identify the concentration camps and the techniques used by the Germans to exterminate 12 million people ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS How did the …
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  • Pre-World War II European Jewish Life Photo Project - … students' lives and Jewish lives through photographs taken before the German occupation affected daily living, as well as to explore how … of George Oscar Lee UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM under German rule: the Nazi rise to power, restrictions against Jews, ghettoization … affected? * How were European Jewish communities affected? * How did the Germans gain control? UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM After assessing students …
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