Each primary source document has guiding, text-dependent questions to help students analyze the text. These resources come from every unit of High School World History, are fully editable, and have been designed to fit on one paper for easy printing and copying.
Using Primary Sources throughout the year will also better prepare students for common core and smarter balanced assessments. Each of these unique resources can be downloaded separately, but are offered here at a bundle discount.
This download includes all 50 of the primary source documents and other resources listed below...
1816 Factory Life
1848 Communist Manifesto Excerpt
1858 Sepoy Rebellion Sources
1884 Social Darwinism vs. Social Gospel sources
1917 Lenin's April Theses
1925 Hitler's Mein Kampf on the Jewish Topic
1925 Hitler's Mein Kampf on propaganda
1929 Stalin's speech on Collectivization of Agriculture
1931 Stalin's Speech on Industrialization
1932 Mussolini on Fascism
1933 Hitler's Proclamation to the German Nation
1935 Mussolini Justifies Ethiopian Invasion
1935 Triumph of the Will Questions
1939 Hitler Letter to FDR
1939 Hitler Stalin Pact (Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact)
1941 FDR's Pearl Harbor "Infamy" Speech
1941 Mussolini Declares War on the U.S.
1945 Japanese Instrument of Surrender
1945 Yalta Conference Text
1946 Churchill's Sinews of Peace (Iron Curtain) Speech
1947 Stalin Cold War Speech
1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations)
1949 Birthday Telegram from Mao to Stalin
1949 Mao Zedong "The Chinese People Have Stood Up!"
1950 Mao Zedong - Departing from the Soviet Union
1964 Quotations from Mao Zedong (little red book) samples
1980 Olympic Medal Count Since 1980
1984 Butter Battle Book
Bill of Rights Worksheet
Factory Life in England Primary Source Documents
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Ho Chin Minh Letter from the Vietnam War
JFK Berlin Speech
Reagan Berlin Speech
Yertle the Turtle guide
Zimmerman Note Handout (two versions)
All 10 Unit coverpage/study guides with key questions, concepts, terms
50 unique resources, multiple