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Notes on the history of Europe and the Islamic World

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  1. Reasons for Italian Expansionism in the 1930s

    Brief notes on reasons for Italian expansionism in the 1930s.
    Done for History SL - Move to Global War.
  2. European History Notes part 2

    More notes from the Palmer textbook "A History of the Modern World," which we use in our IB HL History 1 class. Also covers some Russia and Asia.
  3. European History Notes

    European History Notes from "A History of the Modern World." Covers a lot of IB HL History 1 - it's the book we use in our IB History 1 class.
  4. Weimar and Nazi Germany Notes (in Bullet Point Form)

    Weimar and Nazi Germany Notes
    Goes up to 1939
  5. Stalin & USSR Notes

    A detailed summary of Authoritarian and Single Party States...Stalin Style
  6. Spanish Civil War Causes+ Effects & Foreign Intervention Reasons + Results

    Notes on the causes of the Spanish civil war and the results.
    Also included are the reasons for foreign intervention, and the impact of the foreign intervention.
    Several historian views are included throughout the document.
    This is good for revision not if you are just learning about the Spanish civil war right at this moment.
  7. Arab-Israeli Conflict Notes

    3-page, concise cram packet for IB History HL Paper 1: Arab-Israeli Conflict. Bullet points are modeled after the IBO criteria. Not designed to be a comprehensive review, but rather an effective studying tool.
  8. Mussolini's domestic policies: Young people, Women, Ethnics

    Notes on Mussolini's domestic policies in Fascist Italy - imposing Fascist values on youths and women, radicalisation of the regime in the late 1930s (including the Reform of Customs, Anti-semitism). There is only little of factual statistics and no historiography
    Source:
    John Hite, Chris Hinton, Fascist Italy, 2008
  9. How real was the threat or prospect of socialism in italy in the years 1919-21

    List of arguments for and against on how real was threat/prospect of Socialism in Italy during Biennio Rosso (1919-21) including statistic information; no historiography
    Sources:
    Mark Robson, Italy: The Rise of Fascism 1915-45, 2008
    John Hite, Chris Hinton, Fascist Italy, 2008
  10. Failure of collective security sources and essay plans

    Essay plan on failure of collective security following WW1
    Sources from historians.
  11. Karl marx

    Karl Marx & Frederik Engels – Communist Manifesto (1948)
    Purpose – To educate the people (not defined by countries) about the truth behind communism, not the negative image that is being propagated. To reach across EU, as it has under gone industrial revolution. "To publisize the aims" - Sparknotes
    Origin – Marx does not invent communism, is an existing “spectre”
    Bourgeois & Proletarians
    By bourgeoisie is meant the class of modern capitalists, owners of the means of social production and employers of wage labor. By proletariat, the class of modern wage laborers who, having no means of production of their own, are reduced to selling their labor power in order to live.
    Thesis – In all the history of time there has been class struggles. Social rank – oppressed & oppressors.
    As the proletarians undergo development they advance politically. (World market & modern industry)
    “The bourgeoisie cannot exist without constantly revolutionizing the instruments ofproduction, and thereby the relations of production, and with them the whole relations ofsociety.”



    “The intellectual creations of individual nations become common property.”
    Competition in production – social & political
    Epidemic of over production “there is too much civilization, too much means of subsistence, too much industry, too much commerce.”
    Bourgeois creates crises that proletarians deal with consequences
    Proletarians are an appendage of the machine
    With developments bour. are always victorious, and the prol. are growing in mass, their victories are minor and short lived (ie. Union riots)
    Mentions ten hours bill’s passing*
    We are liiiving in a material world and London's a material girl.
    "History is shaped by economic relations alone" - Sparknotes
    Everything is about self interest, via economic worth, currently (post industrial revolution UK) and this is the final class struggle according to Marx.


  12. Peacemaking, Peacekeeping and international relations Details and Quotes

    A Collection of Details (stats, dates etc) and Quotes (Historiography) on 'Peacemaking, Peacekeeping and international relations'
  13. Russian Revolution Details and Quotes

    A collection of details and quotes on the Russian Revolution from the Alexanders to the Civil war.
    Imperative for any essay on the Russian Revolution.
  14. The Rise of Napoleon

    Notes on how Napoleon rose to power in chart form.
  15. Reforms of the Clubs (French Revolution)

    Table of notes on the various reforms of the French Revolutionary Clubs.
  16. Terms to Know Concerning Communism

    These are vital terms to know before starting to study about Communism. They are terms that the historian Norman Davies continuously utilizes and they are constantly reoccurring in the IB Companion and other historiography.
  17. Nationalist and independence movements

    These are my class notes, personal notes, arguments developed on my own, in class and analyzed form various sources (such as various historiography) on the IB Companion and useful historiography from various chapter in books on the topic from the IB Companion titled: Nationalist and independence movements in post-1945 Central and Eastern European states..
  18. Arab-Israeli Wars 1948-1973

    Brief notes on the Causes, Events and Consequences of the four main Arab-Israeli wars. Written as revision, so very brief.
    The wars:
    War of Independence - 1948/9
    Suez Crisis - 1956
    6 Day War - 1967
    Yom Kippur - 1973
  19. Hitler-Stalin Power Consolidation

    Notes on the power treaty between Hitler and Stalin
  20. Rise of Italian Facism

  21. Franco's Regime

  22. NapoleonIII

  23. European History Timeline

  24. France, from 1815 to 1914

  25. Italy from 1914 to 1922

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