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Chapter 12 Lesson 4 Southeastern Europe pages Mr. Bondurant
Chapter 12 Lesson 4 Southeastern Europe pages VOCABULARY Ethnic group Atheism arable What are the changes in southeastern Europe
A. Yugoslavia: Past and Present pg341 1.Who was Tito? 2. What major events took place in Yugoslavia in the 1990’s?
B. Albania: A Country in Isolation 1.What is the role of religion in Albania? 2.Why is Albania isolated?
B. Albania: A Country in Isolation
C. Changes in Hungary pgs How was life better in Hungary than the old Soviet Union?
D. Romania’s Ancient History pgs How do people in Romania make a living? 2.What does the name Romania tell you about this country’s history?
E. Bulgaria’s Ties With Other Nations 1.What was the relationship between the government of Bulgaria and the USSR and the earlier Russian empire?
W79 1. Romania 2. Albania
R86 Xxxxxxx Emerging democracy Xxxxxxxxxx Parliamentary democracy Zzzzzzzzzzzz republic Parliamentary democracy
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