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The Vietnam War was one of the most controversial wars throughout the entirety of American history. A war that started in 1954 due to French tensions with communist rebels, turned into an Americanized quagmire that continued on till the Paris Peace Accords in 1973. The war made huge jumps in terms of technology, war-time strategy, and American cult…
 
On September 11, 2001, two planes were hijacked by terrorists struck the twin towers. A third struck the pentagon. The fourth was set to hit the White House but passengers rose up against the hijackers and downed the plane in Pennsylvania. The event shocked people all over the world. The attack was committed by Al-Qaeda, a terrorist group based in …
 
On November 22, 1962, President John F. Kennedy was riding in a parade through Dallas, Texas. He rode in a presidential motorcade in a topless vehicle with his wife, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as well as John Connally, the governor of Texas and his wife. During the parade, John F. Kennedy was fatally struck by a bullet. Later that day, Lee Harve…
 
Following the events of the Civil War, African Americans finally got their freedom through the enactment of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendment. Through these pieces of legislation African Americans were granted freedom, became citizens of the US, and gained the right to vote. Although African Americans gained their freedom and their citizenship, th…
 
On October 29, 1929 the Stock Market crashed, resulting in a devastating economic depression. The Great Depression was caused by the overuse of bank loans, interest and credit. It affected people all across America, leaving them unemployed and job less. Herbert Hoover being President at the time was the inspiration for the name "Hoovervilles," wher…
 
On Wednesday March 28, 1979 at approximately 4:00 AM the chain of events that would cause the partial meltdown of one of Three Mile Island's nuclear reactors unfolded. At the time Three Mile Island was managed by the Metropolitan Edison Power Company and the Vice President being Jack Herbein. At Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station in Dauph…
 
The mid-twentieth century was a colossal turning point in culture, especially in the younger generations. The shift from the conservative, traditional values of the 1950s to the rebellious, obscene actions of the 1970s mingled together in the 60s. There was tensions between age divisions and altogether a stark contrast between values. Music showed …
 
Even though World War II started in 1939, the United States did not enter until late 1941 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's address following the attack stated that it was "a day that will live in infamy" before asking congress to declare war on Japan and its allies. On the home front, America did everyt…
 
Prior to the new millennium technology was advancing at a slower rate than today, yet programmers had caused a mass panic among people not only in the United States, but worldwide. Starting from the question of whether the programs with a two digit code for the year, (ex. 98 for 1998) would successfully carry over to 2000 without the first two digi…
 
The 1960s were one of the most historic periods in history. This era held many country changing events that made the modern day America possible. Many growths occurred in the science area such as putting men into space and inventing new technologies based around this. People fought each other over race as well as came together in support of each ot…
 
In the 1960s the modern Civil Rights Movement was in full swing again. This era is approximately one hundred years after the end of the Civil War and society has realized that in these hundred years, not enough has changed. Vehement leaders are enraged by the segregation and unequal treatment of African Americans and pushed for change. This feeling…
 
Welcome, Cibola APUSH students! This is the introductory episode in a 28 part lecture series on the history of the United States of America. In this episode I explain why I have decided to supplement my classroom lessons with a podcast, how educators have historically justified the study of history, why you as a high school junior need to study his…
 
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