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March 26, 2009

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  • 1. March 26, 2009 What makes someone a good leader? Would a good coach make a good principal? Are you a leader? What do you think makes a good leader?
  • 2. Women’s History Month
    • Mary Church Terrell
    • September 23, 1863 - July 24, 1954
    • Charter member of the NAACP
    • The first African American woman to serve on a school board
  • 3. Women’s History Month
    • Ada Lovelace
    • 10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852
    • Daughter of the poet Lord Byron
    • Known as the first computer programmer
  • 4. Homework
    • Work on your interview or your women’s history project
  • 5. Armistice
    • An agreement to stop fighting
    • Germany was closer to collapse than the Allies were
    • The United States was still able to fight
    • Technically, Germany never ‘lost”
  • 6. Germany had to surrender its fleet
    • As a condition of the Armistice Germany had to surrender its fleet, leaving its coasts defenseless
    • Germany had to agree to whatever the Allies asked
  • 7. Germany
    • Feels like they didn’t really lose
    • There are those who say the German army was “stabbed in the back” by politicians and Jews
  • 8. Treaty of Versailles
    • The treaty that ended the war
    • Germany lost territory and had to pay money to the Allies
    • The treaty created the League of Nations
  • 9. Indemnity
    • A payment designed as a punishment
    • Germany had to give France and Britain Billions
    • Germany resented having to pay
    • Germany would have been harsher on the Allies
  • 10. Cost of the war - Killed
    • Germany: 1,718,000
    • Austro – Hungary: 1,200,000
    • France: 1,385,000
    • Britain: 703,000
    • Russia: 1,700,000
    • USA: 117,000
    • Italy: 460,000
    • Total: 8,300,000
  • 11. Class work
    • Skillbuilder p. 860, 861, Creative thinking p. 861 6, 7, 8

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