Elena Arenas

Elena Arenas

Concordia University Texas
World History

World History teacher | Experienced educator in USA

I hold a degree in World History from Concordia University Texas. With a passion for unraveling the complexities of global events, I offer comprehensive insights and engaging lessons to students seeking a deeper understanding of our shared past. My approach combines academic rigor with accessible explanations, fostering a dynamic learning environment where curiosity thrives. From ancient civilizations to modern revolutions, I'm dedicated to empowering students with historical knowledge that transcends textbooks, igniting a lifelong appreciation for the rich tapestry of human experience. Join me on a journey through time as we uncover the stories that shape our world.


  • As the Canaanites (Arabian ancestors) used to live in Palestine before the foundation of Judaism... Isn't Palestine for Arabs?
  • What is the Agriculture Revolution?
  • What was the name of the treaty that ended World War I?
  • Why did Panama had a strong desire to control the Panama Canal?
  • Did the Battle of Okinawa happened in 1942?
  • Which Russian president resigned in the 1990s?
  • How did the First and Second Sino-Japanese War contribute to a century of Chinese humiliation?
  • How do I defend monarchy in an argument?
  • How did the Industrial Revolution lead to European Colonization?
  • What is an appeal to ignorance?
  • In 1937, the Japanese launched a second Sino-Japanese War against which country?
  • Which country did Hitler and Stalin immediately invade, take over, and divide up?
  • To what extent do european imperialist nation today practise mercantilism?
  • Why were many world leaders concerned about Saddam Hussein's occupation of Kuwait?
  • What was Karl Marx's political strategy?
  • What country became the country of Zaire?
  • What Nazi ideology led to the mass murder of Jews known as the Holocaust?
  • How many Christians did the Jewish Bolsheviks kill?
  • Why was the Napoleonic Code created?
  • Which of the following events did NOT affect Jews returning to Palestine from 1900-1945? Increased feelings of Zionism The Holocaust in Europe Jewish Diaspora Balfour Declaration