Hazel Amon

Hazel Amon

Eastern Mennonite University
World History

World History teacher | Experienced educator in USA

I hold a degree in World History from Eastern Mennonite University. With a passion for unraveling the intricacies of our global past, I offer comprehensive insights and engaging lessons to my students. My aim is to foster a deep understanding of historical events and their impact on our world today. Whether it's exploring ancient civilizations or analyzing modern geopolitical dynamics, I'm dedicated to guiding students on their journey through the annals of time. Let's embark on a fascinating exploration of our shared history together.


  • Why do you think the Japanese were willing to accept the difficulty of writing with Chinese characters?
  • Why was the Battle of Bulge important?
  • How has the move for self-rule led to turmoil among the countries of the Middle East?
  • What river was essential to the survival of the West African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai?
  • Why have US-Iran relations been so bad?
  • Why were the victories on Iwo Jima and Okinawa so vital to the Allies?
  • Who led the famous protest known as the Salt March?
  • What was the military significance of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
  • What was the focus of the Tehran Conference?
  • What would Churchill never do?
  • What impact do you think Marco Polo had on world trade?
  • How did Solidarity affect Communist rule in Poland?
  • How many ethnic Albanian refugees moved from Kosovo to Albania in 1999?
  • What type of warfare kept World War I at a stalemate for the first few years of fighting?
  • How did abundant natural resources contribute to an industrial revolution?
  • Who joins NATO after the 1990s?
  • During the Cultural Revolution, why were people sent to "re-education" camps?
  • What was the name of the Japanese commander in chief who planned the Pearl Harbor attack?
  • Who ended the Monarchy in Russia?
  • What event caused Israel to annex the Sinai peninsula, the Golan Heights, Jerusalem, and the West Bank?