HY 2020 Unit IV Assessment

HY 2020 Unit IV Assessment

21 August 0

UNIT IV Assessment #1: I answered option (b.) of the question: Discuss the major military operations—land, sea, and air—of the Korean War from January 1951 until the conclusion of the conflict in July 1953. Describe key events that show U.S. actions as a superpower. Also, provide a discussion of the major leaders involved in U.S. […]

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HY 2020 Unit V Assessment Question 2

HY 2020 Unit V Assessment Question 2

21 August 0

Unit V Question #2 What was Operation Rolling Thunder? Be sure to outline the purpose of the operation, the role of new military technologies, and if the operation successfully completed its mission. Operation “Rolling Thunder” commenced on March 2, 1965. Rolling Thunder was a sustained bombing campaign against the North, partly in response to a […]

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HY 2020 Unit 6 Question 1

HY 2020 Unit 6 Question 1

21 August 0

Unit 6 Question #1 What was the Tet Offensive? Describe, in detail, the effects the Offensive had on the scope and extent of the Vietnam War as a whole. Be sure to address the role and innovations that came with media coverage of the Offensive. The Tet Offensive, officially called The General Offensive and Uprising […]

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HY 2020 Unit 6 Question 2

HY 2020 Unit 6 Question 2

21 August 0

Unit 6 Question #2 Examine how Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Nixon each dealt with Vietnam. What were the similarities and differences in their plans? Was any particular plan more effective or less effective? How did media coverage of each plan affect the political atmosphere in the United States? Kennedy, Johnson and […]

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HY 2020 Unit 5 Assessment Question 1

HY 2020 Unit 5 Assessment Question 1

21 August 0

Unit V Assessment Question #1 Briefly summarize the roles of both Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem in the Vietnamese conflict. What was the background of each man? Explain why Ho was more successful than Diem. Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem both had major contributions in the Vietnam War. Their contributions were […]

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HY 2000 Unit V Essay

HY 2000 Unit V Essay

21 August 0

UNIT V ARTICLE ESSAY COLUMBIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY Abstract This paper discusses the major factors that aided the north in winning the Civil War. The American Civil War was a war between the north and the south states in the Union during 1861 to 1865. The Civil War was the deadliest war recorded in American History, […]

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HY 2000 Unit III Assessment

HY 2000 Unit III Assessment

21 August 0

Question 1 46 out of 50 points       Select and respond to one of the following questions: Why did the United States declare war on Great Britain in 1812? What political influences were involved? Could this war have been avoided? OR Discuss the Battle of New Orleans and Andrew Jackson’s role in the […]

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HY 2000 Unit II Assessment

HY 2000 Unit II Assessment

21 August 0

Question 1 48 out of 50 points       Discuss Nathanael Greene’s southern campaign. Why do some historians view Greene as being second only to Washington in importance in winning the war? Your response must be a minimum of 500 words.         Selected Answer: Nathanael Greene, one of Washington’s best subordinates, […]

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HY 2000 Unit IV Assessment

HY 2000 Unit IV Assessment

21 August 0

The South was not in an economic position to wage a successful war for numerous reasons. The North could draw from a white population of 20 million and the South had only 6 million. In the beginning the South relied on the slaves to perform work in the fields and factories, which allowed more of […]

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HY 1110 Unit VIII Assessment

HY 1110 Unit VIII Assessment

21 August 0

Other than Gettysburg or Vicksburg, make an argument for the single event you deem the most significant to the legacy of the American Civil War on reforms that are present in today’s American Society, and explain your choice. You may choose from political, military, economic, or social impact. Your choice should include setting, timeline, major […]

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