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~ Ms. Booth~
Indian National Congress (INC)
Hiroshima & Nagasaki
North Korea invaded South Korea
Student protestors demanding political and human rights
Import food from other countries.
The DMZ or Demilitarized Zone
The United States
Having a strong loyalty and devotion to ones nation and the desire for self-government.
North & South Vietnam reunited as one Communist country.
The Great Leap Forward
Their desire to stop the spread of communism.
India was partitioned into East & West Pakistan
Ho Chi Minh
The United States
The United States
It is neither a democracy nor a republic. It is a communist nation.
His non-violent approach to India’s struggle for independence.
Tiananmen Square (Referred to as the Tiananmen Square Massacre)
The belief held by the U.S. that if one country fell to communism, that others were surely to follow.
*Fasting * Boycotts * Peaceful Demonstrations *Marches
It means that there are more people living in the area than the area can support.
North and South Korea were divided along the 38 th Parallel...(Nothing really changed.) North Korea is Communist and South Korea is a Democracy
His economic programs were absolute failures! They virtually ruined China.
STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!
The Cold War China.
~ Mrs. Glenn~ Indian National Congress (INC)
Section Cold War-Independence Movements
Are You Smarter Than a 7 th Grader? Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 7th Grade Nationalism 7th Grade Who’s Who 6th Grade History 5th Grade.
CONTINUITY AND CHANGE LEADING TO THE 21 ST CENTURY IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA STANDARD:SS7H3 THE STUDENT WILL ANALYZE CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN SOUTHERN.
***Castle Learning Regents Review due Friday***.
Historical Understandings To play the game, go to the next slide and click on a point value to go to a question. To go to final Wrap-Up click on Final.
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The History of South and East Asia in a nutshell! Standard SS7H3 a-e.
Communism Spreads in East Asia
ASIA REVIEW Benchmark 3. What country has the largest democracy in the world? INDIA.
Nationalist interests for the Vietnamese against the Imperial US forces Easy and fast trading The United States sided with Israel and the USSR sided with.
Communism in China AND BEYOND!!!. The Chinese Republic Manchu Dynasty: The last of the Chinese dynasties People were mad that they allowed foreign.
Japan was forced to give up colonial holdings following their defeat in World War II. By 1947, the 38 th parallel had been established for the removal.
Cold War Vocab. 1) Truman Doctrine- US policy of supporting any country trying to resist any Communist takeover 2) General Assembly- the main policymaking.
Rebirth and Revolution: Nation- Building in East Asia and the Pacific Rim
Monday Warm Up Q’s **FIND YOUR ASSIGNED SEAT** use your reading from Friday to help you answer these! What was Gandhi’s plan of civil disobedience?
Unit XXIV – 20 th Century China Copyright 2006; C. Pettinato, RCS High School, All Rights Reserved.
Nationalism in India and Vietnam: The Fight Against Colonial Control 7 th Grade Geography SS7H3 The student will analyze continuity and change in Southern.
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