History

CANADA EAST


Describe the geographic area? 


South east portion of modern day Quebec 

Formerly Lower Canada 

Became Québec after Confederation 

Was primarily a French speaking region 

The possibility of Confederation was a major concern due to fear over the French losing their culture and religion 

Approximately a population of 900 000 lived in Canada East in 1851 

Rural population 

What economic resources would this colony bring to a union of colonies? 

Farm products:

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Sin título 1

TERTIARY SECTOR. It enables the immaterial activities (transport, trade, tourism, education…) involved in delivering services to meet people’s or companies’ needs.
PUBLIC SERVICES. They are provided by the State using money collected from taxes. Its aim is to guarantee social welfare.
PRIVATE SERVICES. The services delivered by private companies using money paid by those who demand the service. Their main aim is to earn financial profit.
NGO. They are non governmental organizations that offer services
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La lucha de clases

1. INTRODUCTION

  • TYPE OF TEXT: Primary source. As a regards the form, as it is anarticle, it is a propaganda text, narrative; in the content, it is a social-political text.
  • AUTHOR: Socialists, Socialist Bulletin "La Lucha de Clases", published by the socialist committees of Bilbao, Gallarta and La Arboleda (inspired by Facundo Perezaguaand foundedby Tomás Meabe in 1894).
ADDRESSEE: Workers of Bizkaia (miners), but also the Government, therefore it is a public text.
  • OBJECTIVE: Denounce the working conditions 
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WW

World War I, also called First World War or Great War, an international conflict that in 1914–18 embroiled most of the nations of Europe along with Russia, the United States, the Middle East, and other regions. The war pitted the Central Powers—mainly Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey—against the Allies—mainly France, Great Britain, Russia, Italy, Japan, and, from 1917, the United States. It ended with the defeat of the Central Powers. The war was virtually unprecedented in the slaughter,
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History unit 3 & 4

The driving forces of industrialization. The industrial revolution started in Great Britain in the mid-18th century. Factors; why Britain pioneered the revolution: A political system in which the power of the monarchy had been limited by the parliament since the 17th century & in which the Bourgeoisie had a lot of influence. Population growth that led to a rise in demand & an abundance of labor for the new factories. Abundance of resources & raw materials especially coal. Extensive

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EVENT

WHEN ?

WHERE ?

WHAT HAPPENED?

WHO VS WHO

FINISH

SIGNIFICANT

Korean War

1950-1953

North and South Korea

Korea was divided after WW2.

North Korea wanted a united Korea and invaded the south.

-North Korea (China and USSR)

-South Korea (UN)

A stalemate, the border remains the same.

It is the only case of a Cold War conflict still continuing.

North Korea makes threats with atomic bombs.

The Greek Civil war

1946-1949

Greece

USA and UK wanted to support the Greek government against the communist insurgents who wanted

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