Title: Term 1: World War II (1939 - 1945)

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Posted by sahoboss on March 20, 2015
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World War II (1939 to 1945) was the most devastating war in history, accounting for 50 million to 80 million deaths.

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World War II (1939 to 1945) was the most devastating war in history, accounting for 50 million to 80 million deaths. What made the war significant were the sheer scale of the conflict and the gross violation of Human Rights. All the great powers were involved as the conflict between the Axis and the Allies stretched over all five continents.

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Title: Grade 9 Archive

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Posted by sahoboss on March 20, 2015

This archive features classroom material that is no longer required in the curriculum.

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This archive features classroom material that is no longer required in the curriculum.

Human rights issues during and after World War II:

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Title: Term 3: Turning points in South African History, 1960, 1976 and 1990

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Posted by mads on May 29, 2011
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For this complex period to be studied, the Sharpeville massacre, Soweto uprising and the release of Nelson Mandela and unbanning of liberation movements have been selected to gain a deeper understanding of S

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For this complex period to be studied, the Sharpeville massacre, Soweto uprising and the release of Nelson Mandela and unbanning of liberation movements have been selected to gain a deeper understanding of South African History.

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Title: Term 4: Turning points in modern South African History since 1948

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Posted by mads on May 29, 2011
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In 1948 South Africa held a general election which was to be decided by the white population of the country.

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In 1948 South Africa held a general election which was to be decided by the white population of the country. A manifesto outlined how Apartheid would be implemented in practice which was enforced by the National Party (NP) when they won the election. The focus of this lesson will be on some of the key turning points in South African history, including the coming of apartheid in 1948 and non-violent resistance to apartheid in the 1950s.

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Title: Term 2: The Nuclear Age and the Cold War

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Posted by mads on May 29, 2011
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Starting with major scientific breakthroughs during the 1930’s, countries have developed weapons that are based on nuclear energy.

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Starting with major scientific breakthroughs during the 1930’s, countries have developed weapons that are based on nuclear energy. The use of nuclear weapons reached its height with the outbreak of World War 1 and 2, as well as the Cold War. Tin this case, two of the world’s major superpowers, the USA and Soviet Union, threatened each other with the use of nuclear weapons, which was referred to as the Cold War.

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