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Democracies

Germany-Weimar and Post ww2 republic

german-democracy-review-questions

establishment-of-federal-republc-of-germany-reading    -due Monday with notes

social-and-economic-policies-of-weimar-and-brd-germany  -reading for presentations!

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India

part-1-choices-reading-about-india

part 2 choices reading

India roleplay packet

cabinet mission position

congress party position

muslim league position

sikhs’ position

unionist party position

Further Partition-Kashmir. Read the following and take notes to discuss on Tuesday!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1399992/A-brief-history-of-the-Kashmir-conflict.html

Get to the know the INdian Constitution!

Indian Constitution layout with questions for students

INdian constitution

preamble and rights

Impacts on Society:

impact of democracy on indian society

Essay Test Questions:

essay questions over indian democracy

South Africa:

Effects of Gold and Diamonds being found in 1886 South Africa (list)

For your assignment on the historiography of the SA War, you need to read the beginning page and then the reading to which you are assigned. You are responsible for teaching others about your historians’ POV based on these questions: 1. What did the historian utilize to develop his/her argument? theme? class? etc. 2. What is the historians’ argument? 3. Do you agree-why/why not? Strengths and weaknesses of argument? Then, individually, select one question to write a paragraph response: 1. Write your own historiography of the SA War 2. C/C 2 historians’ perspectives. Turn in.

beginning page of historiography of SA war

Cammack historiography SA

Jaarsveld SA historiographty

Marks historiography of SA war

Thompson SA historiography

Perspectives on South African War: Read and take notes over each. Select one to complete OPCVL.

Africans in SA War

Afrikaner POV on SA War

Boer commando POV in SA War

concentration camps in SA war

Post South African War reading–take notes, come to class prepared to answer questions and/or discuss

post SA War reading

Please read and take notes on pp 21-25 for Thursday’s class: nature of apartheid reading

More laws for group work and the bantustan system reading: Laws cementing apartheid and bantustan system

Readings for Tuesday, April 4

my spirit is not banned women in SA

pan african congress reading

women’s charter

Readings for Friday, April 7:

sharpeville massacre reading

Readings on Friday, April 7:

rivonia trial reading1

If you want to read the entire speech from Mandela at the Rivonia trial, here it is: http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/mandela.htm

Tuesday, April 11: Choices: To fight or not to fight?

Choices-Cape town residents

Choices-option 1

Choices-option 2

Choices-option 3

 

 

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