. Based on the above map, when did the Communists take control of the westernmost parts of China? *1936 - April 1947
July 1948
December 1949
After December 1949

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer: After December 1949

Explanation:

There is no map attached however the above should be the answer. The Chinese Communist Party emerged victorious from the Chinese Civil War which ended after the Second World War.

Even though the Communists took over Beijing in early 1949, the Nationalists continued to fight with their leader, Jiang Jieshi only fleeing the country to Taiwan in December 1949.

After that the Chinese Communist Party then had to conquer the westernmost parts of China and only accomplished this after December 1949.


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the country, First King or President and Flag color and a short description of the
country. search for information about and prepare a presentation. Design a
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Some of the modern Middle Eastern states created after the First World War are:

  • Saudi Arabia (1932)
  • Yemen (1916)
  • Syria (1919)
  • Jordan (1925)
  • Iraq  (1919)
  • Egypt (1922)

What was the First World War?

The First World War (1914-1918) was one of the largest human war confrontations of world coverage during the early twentieth century.

In this confrontation, the majority of states were European, although there was indirect participation from countries from all over the world. The main reasons for the start of this war were in European colonialism in Europe and the tensions between states.

After this war ended, many modern states were formed in Europe and other parts of the world, in the Middle East some countries were:

  • Saudi Arabia (1932)
  • Yemen (1916)
  • Syria (1919)
  • Jordan (1925)
  • Iraq  (1919)
  • Egypt (1922)

Most of them started out as kingdoms or protectorates of European states. However, some time later they achieved their total independence and have been recognized as official states by other countries.

For example:

  • Egypt was a kingdom in 1922, which had a green and white flag and its first king was Sultan Fuad I.

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What did original performances of Shakespeare's plays have in common with modern Broadway plays?A. They were all two acts long
B. They contained lots of music and singing
C. They were nominated for numerous rewards
D. They debuted in a large theater in a big city

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The original performances of Shakespeare's plays with the modern Broadway plays had in common as they debuted in a large theater in a big city.

  • William Shakespeare was considered the greatest playwright in the world.
  • His greatest plays, the theme included tragedies, heroic men, virtues, etc.
  • In modern times, most of the Shakespeare plays and Broadway plays are conducted in a large theatre in a big city in New York.
  • Broadway is a theatrical theatre located in Manhattan, New York City.
  • The majority of Broadway is musically based.

Therefore we can conclude that Shakespeare's plays and modern Broadway plays are debuted in a large theatre in a big city.

Thus option D.is the correct answer.

Learn more about "Shakespeare" here:

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The original performances of Shakespeare's plays and the modern Broadway plays had in common the following factor :

D.They debuted in a large theater in a big city

Explanation:

  • William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's greatest dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon"
  • Many people believe William Shakespeare is the best British writer of all time.
  • Broadway theatre, also known simply as Broadway, refers to the theatrical performances presented in the 41 professional theatres, each with 500 or more seats, located in the Theater District and Lincoln Center along Broadway, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.
  • The majority of Broadway shows are musicals.
  • Both of these happened in large theatres in large cities.

Be able to put the following events in Chronological Order.French & Indian War
King Philip's war
Queen Anne's War
Plymouth Colony
Roanoke Colony
Yorktown
Lexington & Concord
Jamestown
Shay's Rebellion
US Constitution
Declaration of Independence
French Alliance
King William's War
King George's War
Stamp act
Treaty of Paris (1783)
Treaty Of Paris (1763)

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Roanoke Colony 1585

Jamestown 1607

Plymouth Colony 1620

French Alliance 1657 (and 1716–31)

Stamp act 1765

King Philip's war 1675

King William's War 1689 – 1697

Queen Anne's War 1702 – 1713

King George's War 1744–1748

French & Indian War 1754 – 1763

Treaty Of Paris (1763)

Lexington & Concord 1775

Declaration of Independence 1776

Yorktown (1781 the battle)

Treaty of Paris (1783)

Shay's Rebellion 1786 – 1787

US Constitution 1787 – 1788  – 1789

Answer:

Roanoke Colony

Jamestown

Plymouth Colony

King Philip's war

King William’s War

Queen Anne’s War

King George’s War

French and Indian War

Treaty Of Paris (1763)

Stamp Act

Lexington and Concord

Declaration of Independence

French Alliance

Yorktown

Treaty of Paris (1783)

Shays' Rebellion

Constitution

Explanation:

The Lost Colony of Roanoke was founded in 1587, and it could have been the first permanent English colony in the New World if the settlers hadn´t disappeared due to unknown circumstances.

In 1607, Jamestown was founded and the Battle of Jamestown ensued.

Plymouth was established in 1620 and it was the first permanent settlement by Europeans in New England.

King Philip's war started in 1675 and was also called the Great Narragansett War.

King William’s War started in 1689 as the North American branch of the War of the Grand Alliance.

Queen Anne’s War started in 1702.

King George’s War started in 1744, it was the American phase of the War of the Austrian Succession.

The French and Indian War (1754–1763) was also known as the Seven Years’ War.

Treaty Of Paris was signed in 1763.

The Stamp Act was set in 1765.

The Battles of Lexington and Concord, (April 19, 1775), were the first encounters between British regulars and American provincials at the beginning of the American Revolution.

The Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776.

The French Alliance (1778) was an agreement by France to aid the American colonies.

The Battle of Yorktown started on September 28, 1781.

The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1783.

Shays' Rebellion began in 1786.

The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787.

What happened after bank lending slowed in the United States in the mid-2000s?

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Everyone got mad and started mobs at the bank fronts

The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand caused a conflict between which twocountries (that led to WWI)?
A)Russia and Serbia
B) Germany and Austria-Hungary
C) Russia and France
D) Serbia and Austria-Hungary

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Answer:

D. Serbia and Austria-Hungary

Explanation:

D) Serbia and Austria-Hungary

____________states, such as Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, and Communist China, were responsible for the murders of 100 million people in the 20th century.

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Answer:

It could be many things.

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