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  • 1. ge led ow Prio rK Where we are in n place and time ‘Different interpretations of the past can be discovered by investigating historical events’Wednesday, 23 January, 13
  • 2. 9/11 attack “What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?”Wednesday, 23 January, 13
  • 3. 9/11 attack • The attack was held in America terrorist used planes that smashed into the Twin towers and another plane tried to attack the White house. • The Twin towers survived and the White house wasn’t bombedWednesday, 23 January, 13
  • 4. Hong Kong Hand over “What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?”Wednesday, 23 January, 13
  • 5. Hong Kong Hand over • Years after the Hong Kong opium war the Europeans traded Hong Kong for a large sum of money. • The Europeans also left Hong Kong with a lot of new knowledge of cars, phones, computers and the like. • So Hong Kong now is more modern because of Europe.Wednesday, 23 January, 13
  • 6. Hong Kong Opium War “What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?”Wednesday, 23 January, 13
  • 7. Hong Kong Opium War • European people traded opium, a drug, into Hong Kong that made people lazy and sleepy. • When the king found out he was angry and forbid anyone to trade opium any more. • But the people had become addicted to it and wanted more opium so they traded for more opium. • The king found out again and declared war on the Europeans but his people were tired and lazy so Hong Kong lost.Wednesday, 23 January, 13

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