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1 Essential Question Essential Question: – What are the key themes of writing a DBQ? – How can students improve their most recent DBQ? Reading Quiz Ch 27B (984-993) Reading Quiz Ch 27B (984-993)

2 Unit 12 Review Game Prepare for team vs. team review of the 1940s & 1950s Nuclear War Death Match!

3 Name 6 specific examples of American foreign policy from 1920 to 1939

4 Failure to join the League of Nations or sign Treaty of Versailles Washington Naval Conference (4, 5, & 9 Power Treaties) Kellogg-Briand Pact Dawes Plan (and Young Plan) Hawley-Smoot Tariff Neutrality Acts of 1935-1937 Cash-Carry Policy

5 Name 10 specific acts of totalitarian aggression prior to the outbreak of World War 2

6 Japan: Invasions of Manchuria & China Italy: Invasions of Libya & Ethiopia Germany: – Annexations of Austria, Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia – Defying Treaty of Versailles via militarization, troops to the Rhineland – Treaties such as Munich Pact and Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact

7 Name 5 ways the USA evolved towards greater intervention in WW2 prior to December 1941

8 FDR’s “Quarantine Speech” Destroyers-for-bases deal in 1940 Peacetime draft $10 billion for “preparedness” Lend-Lease aid in 1941 Arming U.S. naval ships & permission to fire on German subs Atlantic Charter with FDR & Churchill oil embargo to Japan

9 Name 2 effects each of World War 2 on: African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Japanese-Americans, women

10 African-Ams: migration north & west, segregated military units, banned discriminatory hiring practices, “Double V” campaign Mexican-Americans: agrarian work in SW, zoot-suit riots, eased immigration restrictions Japanese-Americans: internment, fought in European theater Women: joined WAC & WAVES, “Rosie the Riveter,” massive entrance into the workforce

11 Define each of the following homefront initiatives: Office of War Mobilization War Production Board Office of Price Administration Office of War Information Fair Employment Practices Commission Office of Strategic Services Executive Order 9066

12 OWM—oversaw military priorities & the draft WPB—oversaw industrial production OWI—propaganda OPA—controlled inflation by rationing essential goods FEPC—banned racial discrimination in war-related industries OSS—conducted espionage 9066—Japanese internment camps

13 WW1: Name 3 Central & 5 Allies Powers WW2: Name 3 Axis & 5 Allied Powers

14 World War 1

15 World War 2 Allies before Pearl Harbor; Allies after Pearl Harbor

16 Name 4 military operations or strategies used by the Allies or Axis in WW2

17 America’s “Europe First” strategy Operation Barbarossa; Hitler's invasion of USSR Operation Husky in North Africa Operation Overlord (D-Day) Doolittle Raid on Tokyo Island Hopping in the Pacific Blitzkrieg attacks by Germany Kamikaze attacks by Japan Firebombing by USA Atomic bomb vs. Operation Olympic

18 Name 4 battles in the European Theater Name 4 battles in the Pacific Theater

19 Europe Invasion of Poland Battle of Britain Stalingrad D-Day Battle of the Bulge Italian Campaign Bombing of Dresden Soviet occupation of Berlin Pacific Midway Coral Sea Guadalcanal Leyte Gulf Okinawa Saipan Iwo Jima Bombing of Tokyo Hiroshima & Nagasaki

20 Explain significance of each conference: Atlantic Charter Tehran Yalta Potsdam

21 Atlantic Charter: FDR & Churchill discussed strategy IF the USA enters; discussed a future United Nations Tehran: USA & Britain agreed to open a western front; Stalin agreed to United Nations Yalta: Stalin agreed to self- determination & invasion of Japan Potsdam: ultimatum to Japan, division of Germany, Stalin broke promise of self-determination in Europe

22 Name 2 effects of WW1 Name 2 effects of WW2

23 WW1: Formation of the League of Nations U.S. retreat into isolationism Dawes Plan, but world depression Spread of fascism & totalitarianism 30 million deaths Led to WW2 Disarmament talks WW2: Formation of the United Nations U.S. accepts role as superpower Marshall Plan & economic recovery Spread of communism 70 million deaths Led to Cold War Atomic weapons

24 Identify each of the following: “America First” Manhattan Project Truman’s Executive Order 9981 NSC-68 ICBM

25 America First: Group dedicated to keeping USA out of WW2 (Lindbergh) Manhattan Project: initiative to build an atomic bomb 9981: Truman’s order to desegregate the military & civil service NSC-68: communism is a threat, must be contained, liberate communist nations ICBM—intercontinental ballistic missile

26 What “caused” each event? Berlin Airlift U.S. hydrogen bomb Formation of NATO Creation of NSC-68 National Defense Education Act “Military Industrial Complex” speech

27 Berlin Blockade → Berlin Airlift Soviet development of atomic bomb → U.S. hydrogen bomb Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia → Formation of NATO Communism in China → NSC-68 Sputnik → NDEA (& NASA) Eisenhower’s fear of having to out-spend the USSR in the Cold War → Military Indust Complex

28 Name 8 new programs, policies, or agencies developed by the USA as part of the Cold War

29 Containment: Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, NATO Dept of Defense (and the Air Force) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) National Security Council (NSC) NSC-68 House Un-American Activities Committee & Loyalty Review Board Massive Retaliation, Brinksmanship Atomic arsenal, ICBMs NASA Eisenhower Doctrine

30 Name these people? Robert Oppenheimer Joseph McCarthy Alger Hiss A. Philip Randolph Jack Kerouac Mohammed Mossadegh

31 Oppenheimer: Manhattan Project McCarty: Led the “Red Scare” Hiss: Spy in the Dept of State; “Pumpkin Papers” Randolph—led the “Double V” campaign during WW2 Kerouac: Beatnik; anti-conformist Mossadegh: Iranian prime minister; Overthrown in 1 st ever CIA led coup

32 Name 7 examples that America was an “Affluent Society” in the 1950s

33 Culture of consumerism Boom in # of televisions (50 million) Baby boom Cars, highways, drive-ins Growth of the suburbs Teen market Gov’t spending on military Expectation of college for middle- class kids

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