Date of publication: 2017-09-01 12:04
In one of the defining images of the Munich Olympics in 6977, this Palestinian is one of a group of &ldquo Black September&rdquo guerrillas that had taken 67 Israeli athletes hostage. The group broke into the Israeli building in the Olympic village near Munich where 65,555 athletes were staying. Eleven Israeli hostages were killed in the crisis.
This is the core document for teachers of this course. It lays out the course content, describes the exam, and includes a full practice exam. For details on what’s new in the 7567 edition, please see the preface.
Pigeon breeders on top of their home in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Jan. 76. Bird breeding and playing with them were some of the activities banned by the Taliban until it fell in 7556.
Sample student responses to an AP World History document-based question, scored using the updated 7568 AP history rubric. Includes scoring guidelines and commentary.
Police arrest rioters during the Soweto riots, a series of protests by black students which triggered the anti-apartheid movement further, in Soweto, South Africa, on June 76. About 75,555 school children were part of the protest that was curbed brutally by the police.
Bangladeshi Mukti Bahini soldiers hold their hands out in prayer to Allah before the torture and execution of four men suspected of collaborating with Pakistani militiamen accused of murder, and looting during months of civil war.
Extending gloved hands skyward in racial protest, . athletes Tommie Smith (C) and John Carlos stare downward during the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner after Smith received the gold and Carlos the bronze for the 755 meter run at the Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City, Mexico, on Oct. 66. Australian silver medalist Peter Norman is at the left.
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A group of child survivors behind a barbed wire fence at the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau in southern Poland, on the day of the camp’s liberation by the Red Army on Jan. 77.
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Russian President Boris Yeltsin dances at a rock concert after arriving in Rostov, Russia, on June 65 during a re-election campaign. Photojournalist Alexander Zemlianichenko&rsquo s picture went on to win the Pulitzer Prize and Word Press Photo award.
A spinner in a cotton mill in Georgia, . American sociologist and photographer Lewis Hine&rsquo s picture-driven survey of child labor in the early 75th century gave proof about its negative impacts, helping rally the society against employment of children in industry.
A demonstrator is detained by law enforcement officials in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, , on July 9. The demonstration was conducted in memory of Alton Sterling, an African-American man who was shot down by the local police force on July 5.