• Imperialism Story Book
    soldiers moved into Puerto Rico on July 25th and took the land. One day later, the Spanish government sued him for peace. A treaty was finally signed two weeks after. The Treaty of Paris said that Puerto Rico and the island in the Marianas were added to the United States. The United States still occupies...
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  • Law Material
    Sabah. Lastly, they have questioned the normative force of the notion that all the waters within the rectangular boundaries in the Treaty of Paris. Now, because this treaty still has undetermined controversies, the Congress believes that in the perspective of international law, it did not see any binding...
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  • Defeat of the Central Powers
    to revolve their entire war schedule around this Schlieffen Plan. They invaded neutral Belgium without taking enough consideration into the alliance treaty between Britain and Belgium. This poor decision caused Britain to enter the war on the Allies side. The German officials stubbornly decided to continue...
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  • Napoleon
    October 1812, a general in Paris almost pulled off a coup d'etat after spreading rumors that Napoleon had died in Russia. In December of 1812, realizing the seriousness of the situation, Napoleon left his army in Russia, as he had previously left his army in Egypt, and returned to Paris. Traveling nonstop by...
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  • History
    Beccaria 1776 Rousseau’s views and his social contract John Locke Montesquieu First US Constitution (Articles of Confederation) Rump parliament Treaty of Paris 1873 Puritans Absolutism Dominant European religion William and Mary Tudor dynasty Divine right to rule Bill of Rights Philosophes Chapter...
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  • APUSH Chapter 8
    Jefferson argued that because the King had flouted these rights, the colonists were justified in cutting their connection to England. 2. By the Treaty of Paris of 1783, the British formally recognized the independence of the United States. Additionally, they granted very large boundaries. Americans conceded...
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  • Treaty of Versailes
    1 Why was the Treaty of Versailles necessary? Thomas Kim Thomas Kim U.S. History Mr. Wood 9/8/12 2 World War I was an enormously destructive war that resulted in innumerable casualties, economic disaster...
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  • government
    Famous examples include the Treaty of Paris (1815), signed after Napoleon's defeat at the Battle of Waterloo, and the Treaty of Versailles, formally ending the First World War conflict between Germany and Autro-Hungary and the Western Allies. This is held to have ended World War I completely, but in...
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  • Seven Years War
    1759 and the British began to take control. The British continued to conquer until the French surrender. A treaty was proposed and signed on February 1763, The Treaty of Paris. The Treaty of Paris eliminated the French from having any claims or bearings on North America. The British had won control to...
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  • USH notes
    ------------------------------------------------------ 1763 - end of the French and Indian war England would fight France for America Treaty of Paris 1763 kicked the French out of America That prohibited enlgish setlement west of the appalacian mountains Stamp sugar towshend acts - taxes...
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  • Chapter 8 Outline
    (1) (2) 5. Treaty of Paris, 1783 (pp. 160–162) a. On p. 162, the authors say that the final peace terms granted by the British were “liberal almost beyond belief.” John _____, the main American negotiator, came to Paris expecting little more than recognition of sovereignty...
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  • Canadian History
    guild lines and boundaries of a new colony called Quebec which would be under British control. This document would be the foundation of starting peace treaties with the Aboriginal; however things only lasted 11 years until the First Nations and French realized that Britain was trying to take over the First...
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  • Treaty of Paris
    Dalane Betts 7th period U.S. History 3/8/12 SSUSH3 The Treaty of Paris was a treaty that officially ended the French and Indian War. The British gained control over the area west of the 13 British Colonies to the Mississippi River. The French agreed to no longer support any colonies in North America...
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  • Inde Day
    Spanish government later ceded the Philippines to the United States in the 1898 Treaty of Paris that ended the Spanish-American War. The United States finally recognized Philippine independence on July 4, 1946 in the Treaty of Manila.[1] July 4 was observed in the Philippines as Independence Day until...
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  • Woodrow Wilson and World War I
    Wilson wrote his speech for world peace, Fourteen Points, that he was probably most famous for. He attended and played an integral part in The Treaty of Versailles. He was the founder of the League of Nations, which he talked about in his Fourteen Points speech. . On April 4, 1917 President...
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  • Notes
    +Yorktown- 1781- Cornwallis (Brit) surrendered, caused the Treaty of Paris 1783. +Benedict Arnold- once a hero for USA but ends up being a traitor. +John Adams- Samuel Adam’s cousin. •Benjamin Franklin •John Jay +Treaty of Paris of 1783: •gains and losses- •forts +egalitarianism- ...
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  • Presidential Outline: William Mckinley
    independence from Spain. The war began when the United States declared war after the battleship Maine was sunk in Havana Harbor. The war ended with the Treaty of Paris. j. The United States won the war. As a result of losing, Spain lost control over the remaining overseas empire. Spain lost control over...
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  • Great Debate
    demanded the unconditional surrender of the Central Powers." Wilson made two fateful choices: He decided to personally attend the peace talks in Paris, and he decided not to include any Republican senators in the American delegation. The second decision would cause the president much grief, since the...
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    defeated at Brandywine Creek and Germantown. ◦Then, the fun-loving Howe settled down in Philadelphia, leaving Burgoyne “to the dogs.” ◦Ben Franklin, in Paris, joked that Howe hadn’t captured Philadelphia, but that “Philadelphia had captured Howe.” 5.Washington finally retired for the winter at Valley...
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  • Justification of the American Revolution
    of the British soldiers. The Americans were justified for claiming Independence because of “Taxation without representation”. After the Treaty of Paris of 1763, Britain was in huge debt. Because the war fought on American soil and British soldiers protected the American colonist, Britain felt...
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