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European nations colonized Africa in order to bring ________ back to European factories
In order to facilitate the movement of raw materials out of Africa & India, European nations built ______________.
Railroads and Canals
The justification for European imperialism was found in the accepted theories of Racism and ________ _________.
Unlike China, Japan’s reaction to Imperialism was to undertake a ___________ campaign.
Westernization or modernization
The reason why European countries were able to subject native peoples to imperialism was largely due to __________ which came from the industrial age.
The spark which ignited WWI was?
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Which country in Europe was motivated by revenge in WWI over lost territory to Germany?
In order to win WWI, what did Germany’s Schlieffen Plan call for?
Germany to quickly defeat France (through Belgium) before Russia had a chance to mobilize its forces.
The Battle of the Marne was significant because it slowed Germany down and defeated the Schlieffen Plan which lead to a ______________
Stalemate on the Western Front
Name the treaty to end WWI
One of the causes of the Russian Revolution is the interference of this strange religious holy man in the Tsarina’s government.
This man is responsible for organizing the Red Army who won the Russian Civil War.
When Tsar Nicholas II abdicated his throne, he turned over power to this governing body.
The Duma or Provisional Government
This man’s campaign slogan was “Peace, Land, and Bread.” He is the ruler of the Soviet Union
Russia leaves WWI when the sign _____
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
The Battle of Midway is significant because...
Turning the tide in the Pacific; destruction of Japanese air craft carriers
Method used by allied forces to recapture some Japanese held islands while bypassing others
Hitler used this action to destroy any faith the German people had in the German Communist Party Hint it was a fire
The Reichstag Fire
What is the significance of the Doolittle Raids?
showed that they were vulnerable, boost to US morale
What was the first thing Hitler did that went against the provisions of the Versailles Treaty?
Rebuilt the German military
Name a significant Soviet achievement in the space race.
First man in outer space, First satellite in outer space
Which European nation exhibited “independent communism?”
Please explain what a cult of personality is.
Worship of a sole leader of a nation much like a mythological hero or a god (through mass media) IE Stalin
After West Germany Joined NATO The Soviet Union formed
The Korean War was largely fought by U.S. soldiers, but technically it was a police action declared by this world body...
The United Nations
World War I. Causes of the Great War At the beginning of the 20 th century the most powerful nations of Europe were Great Britain, Germany, France, Austria-Hungary,
Russian Revolution. WWI Review: 1. Who fought who? (Countries for Central and Allied Powers) Central Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Ottoman.
Semester Exam Study Guide Answers- Part I. Monroe Doctrine U.S. stated the Americas were no longer open to European colonization.
Name the four MAIN causes of WWI. M ilitarism A lliances N ationalism I mperialism Assassanation.
Revolution and Civil War in Russia. The March Revolution End Tsarism Russia was slow to Industrialize. Russia was slow to Industrialize. For hundreds.
The Cold War Russian Revolution The Rise and Fall of the USSR VocabWWIIWild Card
“The Great War” What were the causes and effects of “The War to End All Wars”?
World History II - Unit 7 Imperialism World War I The Russian Revolution.
The World At War World War I Long-Term Causes (MAIN) Militarism- leads to large standing armies Alliances- divides Europe Imperialism- deepens.
Russian Revolution. Opening Focus Assignments 1/9 “Faults of WWI Peace Treaty” 1/10 “WWI and changing values” 1/11 “Views of the War” 1/14 “Lost Generation”
The Russian Revolution From Tsar Nicholas II to V.I. Lenin.
The Russian Revolution. What was Russia like Pre-WWI? Monarchy controlled by a Czar (King) Monarchy controlled by a Czar (King) Czar practices strict.
Revolutions in Russia Ch
Brief Review of Russian Revolution 1917 – Russian Revolution begins and Czar Nicholas II abdicates his throne –A provisional government is set up (Kerensky.
Chapter 27, Sec. 3 By: Taylor Jones 12/16/08. Map of Russia.
The Great War/WWI The War to End All Wars World War I was fought on these four fronts Remember a front is where the actual fighting is taking place.
Revolutions in Russia Chapter 14 Section 1. I. Resisting Change A. Nicholas II –1. An autocracy –2. Encouraged progroms or organized violence against.
The Schlieffen Plan Germany’s plan to “hit first”, if they should feel war is inevitable.
*Nicholas II – (Last Czar of Russia) Alexandra – Tsarina Four Daughters – Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia Tsarevich Alexei – Born with hemophilia.
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