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Discovery and SettlementFounding of a NationExpansion And ConflictCivil WarWestward Expansion1st Semester MidTerm1st Semester Final
Growing NationEarly 20th CenturyWWIICold War50,60, 70Contemporary IssuesSemester 2 MidTermSemester 2 Final
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  • BioClassroom: Douglas MacArthur
    Using archival footage from WWII and the Korean War, A&E explains the crucial impact MacArthur had in the Pacific and explores the ramifications of his leadership style. The program provides insides into MacArthur's unique style, and the complexity of viewpoints about his leadership throughout two crucial wars.
  • BioClassroom: Anne Frank
    Anne Frank: The Life of a Young Girl is a poignant hour long program which traces Anne’s journey from a quiet childhood in Germany, through her family’s life in hiding, and through the nightmare she and her family faced in Nazi concentration camps. Together with the memories of Anne Frank’s friends and neighbors, powerful photographs help tell the story even Frank’s words could not.
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