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10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Great Depression WW2Cold WarCivil Rights Nam/Nixon /9-11
Black Tuesday refers to this event that was a major cause of the Great Depression Great Depression
Stock Market Crash
The CCC and WPA both gave jobs to folks as part of this FDR plan to fix the country
This is a picture of _______
The Dust Bowl When thousands of acres of dried-up farmland drifted across the country
Hoover did all of the following to help individuals during the Depression, EXCEPT? 1. Give Welfare Checks 2. Create Public Works Jobs 3. Rebuild Businesses
Give Out Checks He did not believe in Direct Relief, he wanted businesses and Churches to handle charity
These were FDRs way of staying connected to the American people during the Depression
When America let Great Britain borrow some war materials in exchange for land and money WW2
Lend Lease Act
Hitler targeted _______ as scapegoats for the problems in Germany. This event ______ occurred when shops and homes were vandalized across Germany and Austria
The strategy of attacking certain places in the Pacific and not others was known as
The act of giving in to demands in order to quiet someone down. European leaders did this for Hitler and the Munich Conference
This was the top secret work to build the Atomic Bomb
Which president was in office for the Cuban Missile Crisis? Cold War
John F Kennedy
When the Communist North attacked the South across the 38 th parallel the _______ War Started
This policy of the United States was about keeping the commies in their place.
During the Cold War, pop culture used movies like Rocky 4 as ________
The Cold War was defined by many competitions between the USA and USSR. Name 3 of them Double Points
Arms Race Space Race The Olympics Spying
Civil Rights This method of resistance was used at lunch counters to protest segregation in the South
This refers to a series of laws passed to level the playing field when it came to hiring for jobs and admissions for colleges
Who is this?
This case overturned Plessy V Ferguson and the idea of separate but equal.
Brown vs Board of Education
He led the UFW and launched a boycott against grape growers
This term refers to Johnsons increase in military forces during the Vietnam War Nam/Nixon/9-11
DOUBLE POINTS ___ was President of the US when the Berlin Wall fell ____ was the leader of the USSR
Ronald Reagan Mikhail Gorbachev
Nixons plan to replace American troops with South Vietnamese ones during the Vietnam War
Named for the New Year holiday it was launched during, this was a serious defeat to American popular support for the Vietnam war
Ping Pong Diplomacy was an improvement in relations between…….
The USA and China
LettersWWIICold War VietnamCivil Rights Next Round.
Unit 8 World War II U.S. enters SSUSH 19 : The students will identify the origins, major developments, and the domestic impact of world.
Modern U.S. History EOCT REVIEW WWII Causes for American Involvement: Attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan.
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THIS IS With Host... Your World War I The Roaring Twenties The Great Depression World War II 1950s & 1960s The Cold War.
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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.
Impact of technological development and economic growth in the U.S. between Civil Rights Movement Political developments between
World History II SOL Review Use these slides like flash cards to study for the SOL test WHII.11 – WHII.12.
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.
U.S. History Notes The Cold War Era Vs..
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United States History From WWII to the present. THE POST-WAR WORLD Foreign Policy.
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WWII Test Review. 1. Based on the information in this chart, which situation gave rise to Nazi power in Germany?
GHSGT U.S. History II. SSUSH11 Railroads: The federal government granted vast areas of western land to railroad owners so they would lay train track connecting.
U.S. History Final Exam Review 1920’s to Present.
Unit 10: World War II and the Cold War
1 Early Years of the Cold War. 2 THE FUTURE OF THE POSTWAR WORLD At the Yalta Conference, the meeting of Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin to agree on.
WWI WWII and the Great Depression Cold WarCivil Rights Movement Misc. Student presentations Final Question.
The Cold War. The United Nations Chartered in April 1945 Chartered in April 1945 Replaced the League of Nations Replaced the League of Nations 50 nations.
Beginning of the Cold War and 1950s Jeopardy Review.
World War II Review Game. How WWI led to WWII Great Britain and France wanted to avoid war so they followed this policy of giving into Hitler’s demands.
World War II to Cold War to Vietnam. Who was involved in WWII? Axis Powers: Axis Powers: Germany, Japan, Italy Germany, Japan, Italy Allied Powers: Allied.
US Foreign Policy 1945 – Present. What has happened? Roosevelt has died and Truman Roosevelt has died and Truman is now President (1945) Truman has.
UNIT 7 REVIEW QUESTIONS. What Do You Know? 1. The actions of Italy or Japan finally forced the U.S. into WWII? 2. Nationalism or Neutrality kept the U.S.
Civil Rights Movement 1950s, 1960s, & 1970s SS5H8: The student will describe the importance of key people, events, and developments between A.
INTERNATIONAL INVOLVEMENT AND THE PROGRESSIVE ERA SSUSH15 – analyze the origins and impact of U. S. involvement in World War I.
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