We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byPeyton Biddison
Modified over 2 years ago
War of the Worlds Its Kinda cold for a War Things you should have read SO, you say you want a revolution Rando Cardisian
Question Who were the main countries of the Triple Alliance
Answer 1 – 10 – Germany – Austria-Hungray – Ottoman Empire
Question What where the major causes of the First World War
Answer 1 – 20 Militarism Alliance Imperialism Nationalism
Question What was Germany’s plan to win the World War 1?
Answer 1 – 30 The Schlieffen Plan
Question Who was the leader of Italy at the start of World War 2
Answer 1 – 40 Benito Mussolini
Question What drew America into World War 2
Answer 1 – 50 The surprise attack at Pearl Harbor by the Empire of Japan
Question Who were the two main actors of the Cold War?
Answer 2 – 10 1.The United States 2.The U.S.S.R
Question What where the two major crises the Kennedy faced?
Answer 2 – 20 1.The building of the Berlin Wall 2.Cuban Missile Crisis
Question What were the two alliance systems them were created during the Cold War?
Answer 2 – 30 NATO Warsaw Pact
Question How did the US bypass the Berlin Wall to continue to help the West Berliners?
Answer 2 – 40 The Berlin Airlift
Question Name two of the three proxy wars, discussed in class, fought between the US and the U.S.S.R during the Cold War.
Answer 2 – 50 Korean War (UN vs N. Korea) Vietnam War (US/S. Vietnam vs N. Vietnam) Afghanistan (U.S.S.R vs Talaban)
Question What is NAFTA ?
Answer 3 – 10 North American Free Trade Agreement
Question Define Neocolonialism
Answer 3 – 20 Economic dependency that “third world” experienced after decolonization
Question Nelson Mandela and Steven Biko are associated with the struggle against what?
Answer 3 – 30 South African aparheid
Question What is the role of the IMF
Answer 3 – 40 The IMF promotes global growth and economic stability through a variety of programs, specifically loans.
Question Which event saw the creation of Israel in 1947?
Answer 3 – 50 The Belfour Declaration
Question Who led the Bolshevik Revolution?
Answer 4 – 10 Lenin
Question What was the name of Fidel Castro’s movement?
Answer 4 – th of July Movement
Question Name two of the three major reforms of Mao Zedong
Answer 4 – 30 1.First five year plan 2.The Great Leap Forward 3.The Cultural Revolution
Question Who helped Castro overthrow Batista?
Answer 4 – 40 Ernesto “Che” Guevara
Question Who was the single most influential writer that inspired Lenin to pursue Communism and what did he write?
Answer 4 – 50 Karl Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto
Question How many days are there in a year?
Answer 5 –
Question Who wrote the American National Anthem?
Answer 5 – 20 Francis Scott Key
Question What percent of the average human brain is fat?
Answer 5 – 30 60%
Question What is the only mammal that can’t jump?
Answer 5 – 40 An Elephant….
Question What is the fastest land animal?
Answer 5 – 50 The Cheetah at 70mph
Semester Exam Study Part II Answers. A-bombs dropped on ? (cities) Hiroshima & Nagasaki.
World History Jeopardy Review Middle East Western.
A Time of Conflict World War II. The Great Depression had ruined economies. People wanted strong leaders to solve their problems. Dictators rose to power.
World History II SOL Review Use these slides like flash cards to study for the SOL test WHII.11 – WHII.12.
POST WORLD WAR II THE COLD WAR. INTERESTING WWII TIDBITS: THE YALTA CONFERENCE –Roosevelt and Churchill got a promise from Stalin that free elections.
The Cold War. What was the Cold War? The Cold War (1945 – 1990) was a period of conflict and tension between the US and USSR that began after World War.
1914 – Present 20 th century and Beyond Periodization: Why 1914? Major Themes World Conflict – Decline of Empire Decolonization and Nationalism Cold.
1 Chapter 6 US Foreign Policy How the Cold War Began 6.2 The Crisis over Berlin (1948 – 49) 6.3 The Red Scare and McCarthyism 6.4 The Korean.
THIS IS With Host... Your World War I The Roaring Twenties The Great Depression World War II 1950s & 1960s The Cold War.
COLD WAR MUSEUM Click here to come inside Where do you want to go? Post-War Reconstruction Cold War Involvement Cold War Crises Click here to go to our.
The Cold War Two sides of Cold War NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization USA, France, Great Britain, West Germany CAPITALISMCAPITALISM.
The Cold War Russia, Europe, and the United States 1945-Present.
Topic 1: Causes, practices, and effects of wars ◦ Major Themes Different Types & nature of 20 th Century Warfare Civil, Guerrilla, Limited War, Total.
11 The Cold War Unfolds Ch 15 Sec At the end of World War II…
SOL Review Part V Section Cold War-Independence Movements.
The End of World War II and its Impact on World Affairs.
Big Era Eight A Half Century of Crisis
Unit 6 Review 1914 CE—Present. 1. What was the region of Europe that produced the most diplomatic crises prior to World War I? A.Scandinavia B.The Balkans.
What is a Cold War? A cold war is a state of conflict between nations that does not involve direct military action but is pursued primarily through economic.
US Foreign Policy 1945 – Present. What has happened? Roosevelt has died and Truman Roosevelt has died and Truman is now President (1945) Truman has.
The Early Cold War: Ms. Susan M. Pojer and Mrs. Sophia Caramagno Ms. Susan M. Pojer and Mrs. Sophia Caramagno.
The Cold War. TO INCREASE MILITARY DEFENSE NATO & THE WARSAW PACT=
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Another Presentation © All rights Reserved
BIPOLAR WORLD Cold War World. Essential Questions Compare & contrast capitalism & communism as political systems & as economic systems. Identify how Cold.
World War II Looms What do you know??. Identify the leader of each of the following countries during World War II. 1. The United States 2. Germany 3.
Poll Questions By: Juan F. Polanco. 1. Who were the allies powers of World War 1? 1. United States, Russia, UK, Australia, etc. 2. Germany, Austria-Hungary,
Decolonization: Chapter 39. Decolonization and the Third World The Third World consisted of nations in Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
World Studies CP Final Review Guide Answers. Chapter 18 Section 1 = start of the war Section 3 = Russian Revolution Section 4 = End of War Section 5 =
MODERN WORLD HISTORY Unit 7 Unit 7 Agenda Day 1 – Cold War Day 2 – Conflicts After 1945: Korea; Vietnam & Israel/Palestine Day 3 - End of the Cold War.
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War: Chapter 26.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.