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Question 1 Cleopatra (was assassinated/committed suicide/died a natural death/none of these) Committed Suicide
Question 2 The famous actress born Kokila Kishorechandra Balsara is known as Nirupa Roy
Question 3 French Polynesia is an Overseas Territory/ Overseas Department of France. Overseas Territory
Question 4 Which was the oldest European outpost in China? Macao
Question 5 The Cuban boy who was in the news in 2000 Elian Gonzalez
Question 6 The African country that Italy annexed in 1936 Ethiopia
Question 7 Who were the Axis Powers in WWII? Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria
Question 8 Who was the world’s youngest medical doctor at 17? Balamurali Ambati
Question 9 When were Burma and Ceylon granted independence by Britain? Jan. 4 & Feb. 4, 1948 respectively
Question 10 Who were Dioune sisters? The first quintuplets to survive beyond infancy, (Canada, 1934)
Question 11 Bhanu Bhakta Agharya is a (Tibetian Monk/Chinese writer/Bengali philosopher/Nepali poet) Nepali poet
Question 12 The bear TV series that got its name from a station in London Paddington Bear
Question 13 A person who lessens or destroys other people’s enjoyment A Killjoy
Question 14 ‘Pharaoh’ in Egypt meant King
Question 15 Where is Akbar’s mausoleum? Sikandra
The invasion, occupation, colonization, and annexation of African territory by European powers. Annexation: When a country claims a territory.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Appendix B International Annual Time Series Data for Selected Countries: 1960– 2004.
WWII Background March When did the world experience its most dramatic change in recent history? AFTER WORLD WAR II!
WWII Background. When did the world experience its most dramatic change in recent history? AFTER WORLD WAR II!
WWII. Lead up to WWII Japan invades Manchuria China in Japan full invasion of China.
World War II By Tony O’ Connor.
Hello Around the World ! Europe France Everyone in France speaks French. Bonjour (BONE-zhure) Example Slide.
WWII Alliances. Non-belligerent Country refuses to fight on someone’s side during the conflict. May not be completely neutral.
Open Door Policy Spheres of Influence.
G8 Group of Eight. G8 G8 G Originally G7 - France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain, Canada and the U.S Originally G7 - France, Germany,
War Analogy Another presentation by… Domenic Acitelli.
WWII Background Feb When did the world experience its most dramatic change in recent history? AFTER WORLD WAR II!
A Quick Review of the Big Picture
EUROPEAN UNION. WHAT Coalition of 30 countries united in ECONOMY World’s largest trading bloc. World’s largest exporter to the world 16 TRILLION *Biggest.
Hi! I suggest you to guess the country and its capital. Let’s begin!
England and the World Wars Week 4. Review Queen Victoria New Imperialism Serbia and WWI German Loss/ German Dominance.
Unit 10: World War II Lesson #39: War Breaks Out Warm-Up: 1.Recall: What were some of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919? What type of feelings.
Overview of WWII Axis v. Allies: Europe and the Pacific.
1 WORLD WAR TWO (WWII) Who were the 2 sides in WWII? Countries Leaders.
World War II finished in The Axis of Power ( Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Hungry, Romania, Bulgaria and Japan ) were defeated (beaten) by the.
English-speaking countries United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The United States of America Canada Australia New Zealand The Bahamas The.
WWII Posters The US, Great Britain, and France Vs. Japan, Germany, and Italy.
WWII Timeline July 29, 1921 Adolf Hitler assumes control of Nazi Party in Germany. October 27, 1921 Benito Mussolini appointed.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Interpretation Was World War Two a global war?
Quiz A. 1 - Which international association, whose goal was to keep peace among nations, condemned the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931 but had.
Imperialism, alliance system, nationalism, militarism
Match the countries and their capitals: Italy France Germany Spain The Netherlands The Czech Republic India Belgium Norway Bern Amsterdam Rome Prague.
World War II I. Introduction II. German Conquest of Europe III. German Invasion of Russia IV. Japanese Conquests V. Pearl Harbor/ U.S. in WWII VI. Allied.
Preview – Jan 28 What is an alliance? How is an alliance both good AND bad? Homework: –1914 MAP DUE FRIDAY –Assassination –Read & Take notes 23-1 –Study.
World War II History Frame March Title of Event: WORLD WAR II 3 Key Events: Problem(s) that set event in motion: Who was involved? Where: When:
Alliances, 1914 A Quick and Easy Way to Get Pretty Much Everyone, Everywhere Trying to Kill Each Other!
USA Not willing to give up power gained during WWII Believed that liberated countries of Eastern Europe should determine own government SOVIET UNION.
JAPAN USA CANADA FRANCE PORTUGAL GERMANY GREECE ITALY AUSTRALIA SPAIN UNITED KINGDOM IRELAND.
WWII Review Containment: Limiting communism to the areas already under Soviet control Anschluss: Union of Austria and Germany engineered by Hitler.
Flags Quiz What country or organisation does the flag belong to? Press the appropriate button.
World War II.
By: Emma Kious. There were two different alliances during World War I (or also known as the Great War) Triple Alliance Triple Entente.
COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES (COUNTRY – NATIONALITY)
WWII. During the 1930’s Italy, Germany and Japan wanted to build empires The League of Nations was weak Western countries were recovering from the Great.
Capitalist. Main Points In a capitalist or free-market country, people can own their own businesses and property. People can also buy services for private.
European Physical Features
How would you describe the fighting during WWII and how it affected soldiers and civilians in different parts of the world? How and why has it been interpreted.
Cost of keeping up the empire outweighed the benefits of resources from colonies (troops stationed, etc.)
Systems of Government UNIT ONE. Define: All power is given to the National/Federal government Reminder Words: uni: one Location of Power: National/Federal.
Leading up to WWII.
Aim: Why was there a scramble for Africa? Do Now: Define: Berlin Conference Locate: Congo Coach Smith.
E. Napp European Imperialism in Africa, In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: “Scramble for Africa” Berlin Conference.
WWII War in Europe and Africa. WAR BEGINS Germany invades Poland, setting off war in Europe. The Soviet Union also invades Poland. Nazi-Soviet Pact.
GNP and per capita GNP Top of the world!?. CountryGNP World rank Total GNP United States billion Japan billion Germany billion China42.
WORLD WAR 2. DICTATORS CHALLENGE WORLD PEACE Japan seized Manchuria in 1931, League of Nations tried to punish and Japan left the organization. 1935-
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