• Richard Nixon End the Vietnam War
    that their president would end the war. The Treaty of Paris, the agreement to end the war, was signed on January 27, 1973 in Paris (Great Neck Publishing). With the treaty signed, the Vietnam War had ended. Richard Nixon made it possible for the treaty to be singed because he never backed down from...
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  • Relations Between Ukraine and the European Union (Eu)
    between the Ukrainian government and the EU Trade Commissioner. Energy Charter Treaty and Energy Community Both Ukraine and all EU member states are signatories of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), a legally-binding treaty negotiated following the 1991 Energy Charter' political declaration of principles...
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  • Modern
    only supports that “the big three” had differing goals. The Perspective of the source is from a member of the US delegation who was present at the Paris Peace conference. Thus the primary perspective is beneficial in providing immediacy to a historian “Lloyd George is still insisting on radical changes”...
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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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  • 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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  • Economic Integration and Eu History
    set out in a series of treaties: the Treaty of Paris, which set up the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in 1951 the Treaties of Rome, which set up the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) in 1957. These founding treaties were subsequently amended...
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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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  • Second World War
    tremendous impact on the world history. Second World War that occurs between 1939 and 1945 broke out because of political factors due to the failure of the Treaty of Versailles to solve the conflict of First World War and political changes that occurred in Germany, Soviet Union, Italy and Japan. Economically...
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  • 40 Question Quiz
    Moose party? when Roosevelt didn’t run for president in 1916 25. What might have helped secure Senate passage of the Treaty of Versailles? president Woodrow Wilson presented the treaty; being part of the league of nations 26. What type of a governor was Woodrow Wilson? a passionate reformer 27. ...
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  • International Human Rights
    rights at the international, regional and domestic levels. As a form of international law, international human rights law is primarily made up of treaties, agreements between states intended to have binding legal effect between the parties that have agreed to them; and customary international law, rules...
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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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  • Cocopudding
    tightly bonded to Britain. Then, in the next twenty-five years, Canada gained international recognition through events such as the Paris Peace Conference, Halibut Treaty and King-Byng Crisis. So, when Canada entered the Second World War, its role was very different from that of before. Later in the 1950s...
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  • Usace
    massacred by the Paris mob, forcing Louis XVI to seek refuge with the National Assembly, which took him prisoner Philippe Egalite: adopted name of the Duke of Orleans, who was a cousin of Louis XVI & who voted for the king's execution sans-culottes: "without breeches"—the Paris mob who wore long...
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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 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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  • Independence Notes
    independence Government could claim some credit for the ultimate victory of Washington’s army and for negotiating the terms of the Treaty of Paris in 1783 Accomplishments of A of C Land Ordinance of 1785 Under this, Congress established a policy for surveying and...
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  • French Revolution Timeline
    appointed Minister of Finance. 1782: July: The King Imposes a third additional tax for the period 1783-1786. 1783: 3rd Sepetember: France signs the Treaty of Versailles, ending the conflict with Britain over the American colonies. 3rd November: Calonne is appointed Controler-General (Minister of Finances)...
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  • Eu Intstitutions
    first to be set up (by the Treaty of Paris, 1951), followed by an Economic Community and an Atomic Energy Community (Treaties of Rome, 1957). Under the Single European Act (1986), the Communities finally dismantled all internal borders to establish a single market. The Treaty on European Union, signed...
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