In too many ways to list. Both good and bad. I will list a few below. You may want to research them or pick new ones to research. 1.) Apollo moon landing. The greatest achievement of humans. 2.) Involvement in WWII - The USA changed the outcome of the war. 3.) WWI involvement. 4.) Cold War with Russia(USSR). This one involves both countries. The cold war was scary and could have ended the world. However, the cold war itself helped the world by forcing both superpowers to research and create new technology that changed the world. Ex. Space race and moon landing. 5.) Funding. The USA funds many projects to better countries all around the globe. However, because of misuse of funds and funding the wrong groups this one might fall into the bad category or maybe the good. Who really knows. Take feeding the North Koreans. It is a great idea not to let people go hungry, but many people see it as helping the nasty/crazy leader of N. Korea remain in power. And one day he might use his newly gained nuclear weapons to kill more people that would have died from hunger. Who knows what the right way to deal with this leader is. I know if the name of his country was Iraq we would already be invading. Like I said there are many more items. Have Fun, Chris.
Vatican I occurred during the 19th century, not 20th.
how have historical events affected the culture of the united states
Cubism started in 1908 - not in the late 20th century, so there is no answer to your question.
it was a war and ppl were pepressed
In the United States, the events leading up to the ratification of the Missouri Compromise of 1820, was a sure indicator that the nation was becoming divided. The Compromise was enacted to keep the balance between slave and free States in balance.
"Anastasia" (1997). But it was NOT Disney. This film was produced by Twentieth Century Fox .
Global events affect the United States.
what are major events from 1607-1877
the united states entered the war
Foreign events affected the financial downturn of the United States in several ways. The foreign events affected the United States and world economies is through war and the trade embargo with foreign nations.
The United States was interested in the events in Puerto Rico is strategically important.
what three events led to united states entry into the war
Importation of slaves into the United States was banned.
what were the important events in the united states flag
In the United States, Independence Day is celebrated on July 4th.
Originally, historians of the 19th or twentieth century calculated events of the Bible so that it was said that Jesus was born on the year ZERO. BUT they miscalculated. Now we know that Jesus was actually born in the year 7 c.e.!
There is an article in Wikipedia listing the events of 1809. A link to the article is below. There are also links to articles on the events of 1809 in the United States and the United Kingdom.
It is preferred that the flag should be presented at all events in which are honorable to the United States of America.
World War I and II, and the atomic bomb were the big events of the twentieth century. The two events that may have affected the course of the history of the world were the bubonic plague and European colonization of everywhere outside of Europe.
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WWI, WWII, Hiroshima and Nagazaki Atom bomb explosions,Decolonization, Cuban missile crisis, fall of the Berlin wall, fall of the Soviet Union.
Hawaii was its own country for hundreds of years before the United States took control. There was fighting, but eventually, they sold the state to the United States.