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1 MODULE 7 FINAL EXAM REVIEW WE ARE GOING TO DO AWESOME ON THIS FINAL EXAM!!!

2 LETS THINK TOGETHER *** CONNECTION TO THE FINAL EXAM HOW DO YOU ANSWER A QUESTION ON THE FINAL EXAM, WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO TO ENSURE YOU GET THE QUESTION CORRECT ??? TAKE CONTROL OF THE WHITEBOARD….

3 All of the following may be assumed from the cartoon above except 1. trouble in the Balkans united European leaders 2. trouble in the Balkans was reaching a boiling point 3. European leaders were keeping a close eye on the Balkans 4. European leaders were having trouble to contain issues in the Balkans

4 Let’s look at the political cartoon… What is the cartoon showing us? Who is in the cartoon? What are important pieces we should understand in the cartoon?

5 All of the following may be assumed from the cartoon above except 1. trouble in the Balkans united European leaders 2. trouble in the Balkans was reaching a boiling point 3. European leaders were keeping a close eye on the Balkans 4. European leaders were having trouble to contain issues in the Balkans

6 All of the following may be assumed from the cartoon above except 1. trouble in the Balkans united European leaders 2. trouble in the Balkans was reaching a boiling point 3. European leaders were keeping a close eye on the Balkans 4. European leaders were having trouble to contain issues in the Balkans WHAT IS THE ANSWER

7 All of the following may be assumed from the cartoon above except 1. trouble in the Balkans united European leaders 2. trouble in the Balkans was reaching a boiling point 3. European leaders were keeping a close eye on the Balkans 4. European leaders were having trouble to contain issues in the Balkans

8 LET’S TRY ANOTHER ONE… REMEMBER 1. READ QUESTION 2. TAKE APART WHAT IT IS ASKING YOU 3. DEFINE ANY WORDS YOU DON’T KNOW 4. ELIMINATE ANY WRONG ANSWERS 5. PICK YOUR BEST ANSWER!!! HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT TRYING THE NEXT ONE???

9 The following passage is an excerpt from the preamble of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 47/121, issued on December 18, Use the excerpt to answer the following question: Gravely concerned about the deterioration of the situation in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina owing to intensified aggressive acts by the Serbian and Montenegrin forces to acquire more territories by force, characterized by a consistent pattern of gross and systematic violations of human rights, a burgeoning refugee population resulting from mass expulsions of defenceless civilians from their homes and the existence in Serbian and Montenegrin controlled areas of concentration camps and detention centres, in pursuit of the abhorrent policy of "ethnic cleansing", which is a form of genocide,… Based on this excerpt, which of the following conclusions can be drawn about how the United Nations views ethnic cleansing? 1. It considers ethnic cleansing less severe than genocide. 2. It considers ethnic cleansing a type of genocide. 3. It considers ethnic cleansing more severe than genocide. 4. It considers ethnic cleansing unrelated to genocide.

10 LET’S UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS SAYING… The following passage is an excerpt from the preamble of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 47/121, issued on December 18, Use the excerpt to answer the following question: Gravely concerned about the deterioration of the situation in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina owing to intensified aggressive acts by the Serbian and Montenegrin forces to acquire more territories by force, characterized by a consistent pattern of gross and systematic violations of human rights, a burgeoning refugee population resulting from mass expulsions of defenseless civilians from their homes and the existence in Serbian and Montenegrin controlled areas of concentration camps and detention centres, in pursuit of the abhorrent policy of "ethnic cleansing", which is a form of genocide,…

11 Gravely concerned about the deterioration of the situation in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina owing to intensified aggressive acts by the Serbian and Montenegrin forces to acquire more territories by force, characterized by a consistent pattern of gross and systematic violations of human rights, a burgeoning refugee population resulting from mass expulsions of defenceless civilians from their homes and the existence in Serbian and Montenegrin controlled areas of concentration camps and detention centres, in pursuit of the abhorrent policy of "ethnic cleansing", which is a form of genocide,… Based on this excerpt, which of the following conclusions can be drawn about how the United Nations views ethnic cleansing? 1. It considers ethnic cleansing less severe than genocide. 2. It considers ethnic cleansing a type of genocide. 3. It considers ethnic cleansing more severe than genocide. 4. It considers ethnic cleansing unrelated to genocide. WHAT IS THE ANSWER

12 The following passage is an excerpt from the preamble of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 47/121, issued on December 18, Use the excerpt to answer the following question: Gravely concerned about the deterioration of the situation in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina owing to intensified aggressive acts by the Serbian and Montenegrin forces to acquire more territories by force, characterized by a consistent pattern of gross and systematic violations of human rights, a burgeoning refugee population resulting from mass expulsions of defenceless civilians from their homes and the existence in Serbian and Montenegrin controlled areas of concentration camps and detention centres, in pursuit of the abhorrent policy of "ethnic cleansing", which is a form of genocide,… Based on this excerpt, which of the following conclusions can be drawn about how the United Nations views ethnic cleansing? 1. It considers ethnic cleansing less severe than genocide. 2. It considers ethnic cleansing a type of genocide. 3. It considers ethnic cleansing more severe than genocide. 4. It considers ethnic cleansing unrelated to genocide.

13 LET’S TRY ANOTHER ONE… REMEMBER 1. READ QUESTION 2. TAKE APART WHAT IT IS ASKING YOU 3. DEFINE ANY WORDS YOU DON’T KNOW 4. ELIMINATE ANY WRONG ANSWERS 5. PICK YOUR BEST ANSWER!!! HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT TRYING THE NEXT ONE???

14 The British World War I propaganda poster 1. uses fear and patriotism to boost army enlistments 2. promotes the idea of alliances as a way to win the war 3. promotes imperialism while generating an interest in the war 4. draws on the hopes of building the British Empire as a means to victory

15 The British World War I propaganda poster What is the poster showing us? What do the creators of the poster want us to understand?

16 The British World War I propaganda poster 1. uses fear and patriotism to boost army enlistments 2. promotes the idea of alliances as a way to win the war 3. promotes imperialism while generating an interest in the war 4. draws on the hopes of building the British Empire as a means to victory WHAT IS THE ANSWER

17 The British World War I propaganda poster 1. uses fear and patriotism to boost army enlistments 2. promotes the idea of alliances as a way to win the war 3. promotes imperialism while generating an interest in the war 4. draws on the hopes of building the British Empire as a means to victory

18 YOU GOT IT, LET’S PRACTICE USE THE POLLING OPTION 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D

19 Why did Britain, France, and Russia form a Triple Entente? 1. to support Austrian expansion in the Balkans 2. to strengthen their alliance formed during colonial expansion 3. to respond to Germany's imperialism and military build up 4. to prevent Italy from aligning with Austria-Hungary and Germany

20 Why did Britain, France, and Russia form a Triple Entente? 1. to support Austrian expansion in the Balkans 2. to strengthen their alliance formed during colonial expansion 3. to respond to Germany's imperialism and military build up 4. to prevent Italy from aligning with Austria-Hungary and Germany

21 Young men on both fronts suffered severe burns such as in this image. These burns were typically a result of: 1. the war lasting longer than was initially expected 2. chemical weapons such as mustard gas 3. the increased use of trench warfare 4. radiation poisoning leaking from reactors

22 Young men on both fronts suffered severe burns such as in this image. These burns were typically a result of: 1. the war lasting longer than was initially expected 2. chemical weapons such as mustard gas 3. the increased use of trench warfare 4. radiation poisoning leaking from reactors

23 Which of the following is true about the Treaty of Versailles? 1. All stakeholders were involved in drafting the treaty. 2. Germany was forced to accept "war guilt" and pay reparations. 3. The treaty was drafted by member nations of the United Nations. 4. The United States signed the treaty.

24 Which of the following is true about the Treaty of Versailles? 1. All stakeholders were involved in drafting the treaty. 2. Germany was forced to accept "war guilt" and pay reparations. 3. The treaty was drafted by member nations of the United Nations. 4. The United States signed the treaty.

25 The group hit the hardest by the German economic crisis of the 1920s was the 1. middle class 2. agricultural workers 3. Aristocracy 4. factory workers

26 The group hit the hardest by the German economic crisis of the 1920s was the 1. middle class 2. agricultural workers 3. Aristocracy 4. factory workers

27 The purpose of dropping the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima was to 1. completely destroy Japan's navy 2. force Emperor Hirohito to resign 3. cause Japan to surrender 4. retaliate for the bombing of Pearl Harbor

28 The purpose of dropping the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima was to 1. completely destroy Japan's navy 2. force Emperor Hirohito to resign 3. cause Japan to surrender 4. retaliate for the bombing of Pearl Harbor

29 How did the Treaty of Versailles aid Hitler's rise to power? 1. With Germany's economy devastated, Germany welcomed a leader who promised to undo the treaty. 2. The treaty called for Germany to elect new officials and to reorganize the nation after World War I. 3. The treaty contained loopholes that allowed Germany to rebuild its military and to build up weapons. 4. Germany's economy boomed after WWI, creating the funds to rebuild its military and weapons.

30 How did the Treaty of Versailles aid Hitler's rise to power? 1. With Germany's economy devastated, Germany welcomed a leader who promised to undo the treaty. 2. The treaty called for Germany to elect new officials and to reorganize the nation after World War I. 3. The treaty contained loopholes that allowed Germany to rebuild its military and to build up weapons. 4. Germany's economy boomed after WWI, creating the funds to rebuild its military and weapons.

31 As a result of Stalin's Five Year Plans, the Soviet Union witnessed 1. a growth in industrial production 2. the rise of a market economy 3. a partnership with western economies 4. the elimination of collective farming

32 As a result of Stalin's Five Year Plans, the Soviet Union witnessed 1. a growth in industrial production 2. the rise of a market economy 3. a partnership with western economies 4. the elimination of collective farming

33 The conflicting superpowers that emerged following World War II were 1. Germany and the Soviet Union 2. France and the United States 3. Great Britain and the United States 4. the Soviet Union and the United States

34 The conflicting superpowers that emerged following World War II were 1. Germany and the Soviet Union 2. France and the United States 3. Great Britain and the United States 4. the Soviet Union and the United States

35 The Potsdam Declaration 1. threatened the use of the atomic bomb 2. secured Hirohito's position as emperor 3. threatened "prompt and utter destruction“ 4. called the Soviets into the Pacific War

36 The Potsdam Declaration 1. threatened the use of the atomic bomb 2. secured Hirohito's position as emperor 3. threatened "prompt and utter destruction“ 4. called the Soviets into the Pacific War

37 What justification did the Soviet leadership use to rationalize the Holomodor? 1. The Russian serfs' purposely reduced the amount of goods they were producing in protest, which reduced much needed revenue from exporting grain. 2. The Ukrainian protests would disrupt Stalin's plans for collectivizing agricultural farmland across the Soviet Union and were disrupting Stalin's plans for collectivizing agriculture. 3. The process of collectivizing agricultural production allowed Ukranian farmers to specialize in particular products, leading them to demand too high of a price for them from the Soviet government. 4. The peasant revolt following collectivization of agricultural lands was an anti-communist uprising supported by Western democracies that feared collectivization would push the Soviets ahead of them.

38 What justification did the Soviet leadership use to rationalize the Holomodor? 1. The Russian serfs' purposely reduced the amount of goods they were producing in protest, which reduced much needed revenue from exporting grain. 2. The Ukrainian protests would disrupt Stalin's plans for collectivizing agricultural farmland across the Soviet Union and were disrupting Stalin's plans for collectivizing agriculture. 3. The process of collectivizing agricultural production allowed Ukranian farmers to specialize in particular products, leading them to demand too high of a price for them from the Soviet government. 4. The peasant revolt following collectivization of agricultural lands was an anti-communist uprising supported by Western democracies that feared collectivization would push the Soviets ahead of them.

39 Supporters of the Nuremberg Laws would most likely also support 1. the Versailles Treaty 2. theories of racial cleansing 3. the rights of individuals 4. free healthcare for the sick

40 Supporters of the Nuremberg Laws would most likely also support 1. the Versailles Treaty 2. theories of racial cleansing 3. the rights of individuals 4. free healthcare for the sick

41 An example of governmental response to the genocide in Darfur is 1. the International Red Cross and Red Crescent sending in aid workers 2. Hollywood stars promoting awareness 3. churches providing critical medical supplies in the area 4. the International Criminal Court (ICC) issuing an arrest warrant for the President of the Sudan

42 An example of governmental response to the genocide in Darfur is 1. the International Red Cross and Red Crescent sending in aid workers 2. Hollywood stars promoting awareness 3. churches providing critical medical supplies in the area 4. the International Criminal Court (ICC) issuing an arrest warrant for the President of the Sudan

43 The Khmer Rouge was primarily a result of 1. an extreme political ideology 2. a religious war 3. a swift shift from an agricultural to industrial economy 4. an ethnic conflict

44 The Khmer Rouge was primarily a result of 1. an extreme political ideology 2. a religious war 3. a swift shift from an agricultural to industrial economy 4. an ethnic conflict

45 What was the primary goal of NATO? 1. provide jobs and training in the post-WWII era 2. create a military alliance with members of the Warsaw Pact 3. prevent the spread of communism in Eastern Europe 4. provide mutual defense among member nations if attacked

46 What was the primary goal of NATO? 1. provide jobs and training in the post-WWII era 2. create a military alliance with members of the Warsaw Pact 3. prevent the spread of communism in Eastern Europe 4. provide mutual defense among member nations if attacked

47 The goal of the Marshall Plan was to 1. aid European recovery and prevent the spreading of communism 2. aid European recovery in both western and eastern Europe 3. end the Holocaust 4. allow for easy immigration to the United States

48 The goal of the Marshall Plan was to 1. aid European recovery and prevent the spreading of communism 2. aid European recovery in both western and eastern Europe 3. end the Holocaust 4. allow for easy immigration to the United States


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