AP European History Period 4 Comparison of Atlantic Charter & UN Lesson

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In this lesson, students will examine how the wartime conferences that occurred between the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union aided in the creation of the United Nations in the post-Second World War world. The lesson begins with a discussion (which would act as a review) of the creation and purpose of the League of Nations and its failure to uphold its overall goal as a peaceful organization. After this student-led conversation, students will then analyze the primary sources of the Atlantic Charter and the Yalta Conferences and answer the questions that follow. At the end of the lesson, students will realize that these conferences that were held throughout the Second World War were held not only to discuss the objectives of the war, but to also create an international organization that would promote peace, welfare and sovereignty throughout the world.
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AP European History Period 4 Comparison of Atlantic Charte
AP European History Period 4 Comparison of Atlantic Charte
AP European History Period 4 Comparison of Atlantic Charte
AP European History Period 4 Comparison of Atlantic Charte
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