IB History Exam Review…

…through multimedia!!!!

This is still in progress. I’ll add the links to the “History of the International System” class from Stanford (iTunesU) plus more videos/iTunesU/study guides/etc. in the next few days.

General Resources

IB History Guide

History of the International System (Prof. James Sheehan, Stanford University, iTunesU)

Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1945-79

Council on Foreign Relations. Crisis Guide: Israeli-Palestinian Relations

Israel-The Birth of a Nation

The Other Side of Suez (1/3)

The Other Side of Suez (2/3)

The Other Side of Suez (3/3)

Six Days in June (1/4)

Six Days in June (2/4)

Six Days in June (3/4)

Six Days in June (4/4)

PLO: History of a Revolution, “Masters of their own destiny”

PLO History of a Revolution, “Black September”

PLO: History of a Revolution, “Winds of Heaven”

Yom Kippur War (1/4)

Yom Kippur War (2/4)

Yom Kippur War (3/4)

Yom Kippur War (4/4)

Violence in the Middle East and the Camp David Accords

The Cold War

The ENTIRE CNN-The Cold War Series

The Cuban Missile Crisis (Choices Program, Brown University, iTunesU)

(also useful for all other IB History SL and HL Syllabus topics)

Causes, Practices, and Effects of War

World War One

The Causes of the First World War-The Western Front

American in the 20th Century, World War One

The United States and the First World War

The First World War, “To Arms”

The First World War, “Global War”

The First World War, “Shackled to a Corpse”

The First World War, “Breaking the Deadlock”

The First World War, “Revolution 1917”

The Last Day of World War One

World War Two

The Causes of World War Two

America in the 20th Century, The Road to War

America in the 20th Century, The World at War

The American Experience: Victory in the Pacific

Cold War and the Americas, 1945-81

Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas

Into the 21st Century: 1980s to 2000

About Charlie Gleek

Ph.D. student in Comparative Studies and graduate instructor in the Department of English at Florida Atlantic University. My work takes place around intersections of postcolonial literature, quantitative literary analysis, and digital humanities.

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