Fifth Bimester Project

  • Period: to

    Time Line

  • Mass Culture: Radios and Movies

    Mass Culture: Radios and Movies
    In 1980's, there were motion pictures. By the World War I the
    Full-Length pictures were out.
  • More Goods, More leisure

    More Goods, More leisure
    Alot of consumer goods were avaible, and alot more people could aford to buy them because they had more incomes.
    The mass production and The assembly line took hold in industry, after the WWI,
  • Artistic and Literary Trends

    Artistic and Literary Trends
    With the political, Social uncertainties, and economic came intellectual uncertainties.
    In the World War I these were evident in the artistic and itellectual achivements.
  • The Contrast Between Wealth and Poverty

    The Contrast Between Wealth and Poverty
    In 1929, countries like France, England, Germany, and Italy lost the control over their colonies.
    Worried as they were to resolve their bad Social and Economic situacion derived from the world economic and social situacion deriver from the world economic crisis.
  • The Female Function in the Second World War

    The Female Function in the Second World War
    At the verry beginning of the war the female were participated alot in some task such as office workers, cook, warehouse keepers, messengers and telephone operators.
  • Mobilization of People: Germany

    Mobilization of People: Germany
    The german people were very afraid that everything could get worse like in WWI, but not just the people, the soldiers two.
  • Frontline Civilians: The Bombing of BRITAIN

    Frontline Civilians: The Bombing of BRITAIN
    In early september 1940, is when the use of civilian bombing began. Londoners was the first to take the heavy blows.
  • The Atomic Bomb

    The Atomic Bomb
    The Atomic Bomb cost around 2 millions and it was created by Albert Einstein. There were over 600, 000 people helping building it.
  • Frontline Civilians: The Bombing of GERMANY

    Frontline Civilians: The Bombing of GERMANY
    The Allied bombing raids, dameged alot Germany. Bombing raids added an element of terror to circumstances already made difficult by growing shortages of Fuel, Food and clothing.
  • Mobilization of People: Soviet Union

    Mobilization of People: Soviet Union
    The lives of the civilians were affected because of the soviet Union.
  • The Yalta Conference

    The Yalta Conference
    The three big powers met again at the yalta, Russia.The first pourpose of them was to create the united nations organization.
  • Mobilization of People: The United States

    Mobilization of People: The United States
    Over a million Africans moved from the rural South to the cities of the North and West, looking for jobs in industry.
  • Frontline Civilians: The Bombing of JAPAN

    Frontline Civilians: The Bombing of JAPAN
    The civilians reached a new level with the use of the first atomic bomb. Some Attacks were on Japanese cities by the new U.S. superfortresses.
  • Mobilization of People: Japan

    Mobilization of People: Japan
    The young people started to do a list to died for their country. Japan was extremely reluctant to mobilized women on behalf of Japan's war effort.
  • Unesco and Traditional Music

    Unesco and Traditional Music
    The UNESCO is a CULTURAL, UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL & SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION. specialist all around the world work in this big PROJECT.
  • The Potsdam Conference

    The Potsdam Conference
    Nazi leaders were tried and condemned at trials in Nuremberg, in 1995 and 1996. The allies did agree that the trials should de held of leaders who had committed alot of crimes againts humanity during the war.
  • Rivalry in Europe

    Rivalry in Europe
    Great Britain and The United States, belived that the free nations of Eastern Europe should freely determinated their own goverments.
  • A new Struggle

    A new Struggle
    In a speech to an American audience in March 1946, the former British prime miniester Winston Churchill declared that "An Iron Curtain" had "descended across the containt".
  • The Truman Doctrine

    The Truman Doctrine
    (1947) Under the Truman Doctrine, a policy named president Harry Truman, the United States offered foreign aid to any country threatened by the communist expansion.
  • The Marshall Plan

    The Marshall Plan
    (1948) The Marshall Plan provided foreign aid to 16 democratic European nations that struggled to recover from World War II. The United States believed thatr ecovery would help these nations to avoid communist influence.
  • The Division of Germany

    The Division of Germany
    The Allies that participed were: THE SOVIET UNION, UNITED STATES, FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN & BERLIN, located deep inside the soviet zone, was also divided into four zones.
  • New Military Alliances

    New Military Alliances
    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was formed by: DENMARK, LUXEMBOURG, FRANCE, PORTUGAL, GREAT BRITAIN, ITALY, BELGIUM, NORWAY, THE NETHERLANDS & ICELAND.
  • The Arms Race

    The Arms Race
    The first atomic bomb from the Soviet Union was in 1949. In 1950 U.S and The Soviet Union launched a hydrogent bomb.
  • The War Industry in Times of Peace

    The War Industry in Times of Peace
    The United States has the most powerful army in the world. But the technological advances in some cases its been used to help health.
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis

    The Cuban Missile Crisis
    During the administracion of John E Kennedy, The Cold War Confrontacion, The Soviet Union and The United States reached frightening levels.
  • Environmental Problems and Landscape Changes

    Environmental Problems and Landscape Changes
    Industrialization, as the main force behind economic growth developed since the end of the World War II, together with the demographic increase.
  • The Diversity of Ideas

    The Diversity of Ideas
    Albert Camus was a French existentialist writer. During the World War II he participeded actively in Combat.
  • The Wall Of Berlin

    The Wall Of Berlin
    Many East Germans, tired of communist representacion, managed to escape East Germany by fleeing through West Berlin. West Berlin remaind a "WESTERN ISLAND" of prosperty stricken East Germany.
  • Vietnam and the Domino Theory

    Vietnam and the Domino Theory
    The Dominio Theory said that if Vietnam became communist, then all this would then spread all through Asia, making the whole continent communist.