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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
European History. Ancient History Greece – 1 st Democracy Roman Empire – Developed roads & spread language (romance) Middle Ages – Feudalism – Rich.
Europe Cold War 1. 1 The West: NATO countries (democracy)
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Honors World History Mr. Green.
Eastern Europe Cultural Crossroads for people moving between Europe and Asia Ottoman Empire held this area from 1300s to World War 1. –Many countries.
What makes Russia unique?. Largest Country 6.6 million sq. miles Longest Coastline 23,400 miles Deepest Lake Lake Baikal.
Unit 5. Beginnings The “Rus” Viking traders Kiev – first Russian civilzation Invasion and Conquest by the Mongols Russian Princes = Mongol tax collectors.
CH 13 SEC 4 EASTERN EUROPE I. HISTORY OF CULTURAL CROSSROADS People have been moving across Eastern Europe for thousands of years. There is great diversity.
The Balkans Shining Star Book A Unit 4 Part 2. THE BALKANS Balkans is an old Turkish word that means “mountains”
GCSE MODERN WORLD HISTORY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR INTERACTIVE WHO WAS TO BLAME FOR STARTING THE COLD WAR?
The End of the Cold War. Mikhail Gorbachev Becomes president of USSR in 1985 Wanted change Two Policies Glasnost: “a new openness” Ease strict social.
D. Central Europe Two tiers of countries following end of communism –New EU members (Poland, Czech Rep., Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia) Democracy, market.
EASTERN EUROPE CHAPTER 13 PART 4. HUMAN PERSPECTIVE Because of the Northern European Plain, Eastern Europe is easily invaded Because of the Northern European.
Countries of Eastern Europe Poland Czech Republic Slovakia Hungary Romania Slovenia Croatia Bosnia Yugoslavia Bulgaria Albania Macedonia.
Cultures of Europe and Russia. You will need to know all key terms and definitions Urbanization Immigrant Migration Ethnic group Dialect Heritage Propoganda.
AllianceSymbol Alliance 1: Strong military Weak economy Unlimited government (dictator) Alliance 2: Strong military Strong economy Limited.
What is Ethnic Cleansing? Chapter 7: Ethnicity Key Issue #4.
NATO and the Warsaw Pact. Political Climate after WW2 The War ended in 1945 Two major players were US and USSR Rebuilding Europe with two ideologies –
The Adriatic Balkans Former Yugoslavia and Albania.
Origins of the Cold War. Setting the Stage A history of bad feelings between the U.S. and Soviet Union ever since the Russian Revolution in 1917 Soviets.
American History Chapter 19: The Cold War I. Origins of the Cold War.
The Cold War: Super Powers Face Off How does the Cold War begin?
Fall of Communism: Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union 1985-Present.
Countries 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 ptsCulture 5 pts 5 pts 10 pts 10 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts.
Eastern Europe The Powder Keg. How Has It Changed Czechoslovakia is divided Yugoslavia is broken up Austria-Hungary are separate countries.
Chp 7 Eastern Europe. What is one of Poland’s most important industries? Coal Mining 204.
Although the Soviet Union was victorious in World War II, its economy had been devastated in the struggle. To help rebuild the country, the Soviet government.
Origins of the Cold War How did former allies become enemies after WWII?
End of WW2 1. The Great Land Grab 2. Formation of the United Nations 3. State of Israel.
The Cultures of Eastern Europe Chapter 16, Section 2.
Chapter 8: Cultures of Europe and Russia Section 2: Cultures of Eastern Europe.
Jeopardy Land and Water Government Culture and Economy Places Vocabulary Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Ideology: › Democracy › Communism Democracy V. Communism › Similarities? › Differences? Filling out as a class.
How did both, capitalist and communist, coexist after World War 2? 1.The World After World War 2 -Yalta Conference -United Nations -Growing resistance.
Stateless Nations. Nation versus Nation-State Nation A culturally distinctive group of people occupying a specific territory and bound together by a.
Chapter 26 Section 1 Origins of the Cold War A Critical Year Differences at Yalta Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill were the people at Yalta –Germany.
Warsaw Pact NATO NORAD Eastern Bloc 1953 East Germany Uprising Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Chapter 12:3. Russia = U.S.S.R. = Soviet Union In 1917, Czar Nicholas II is overthrown and Russia becomes a communist nation.
The Cold War: Super Powers Face Off How did former allies become enemies after WWII?
Chapter 26 Section 1 The U.S. and the U.S.S.R were allies but Different political systems (see the next two slides). Stalin signed the Non-Aggression.
Europe Research PowerPoint Each group (2-3) must choose two countries from Europe and create a PPT that teaches their classmates about those nations.
Cold War Map: Iron Curtain. Create a map key: throughout mapping activity. Turn to page 901 for a reference during this activity.
The Rise of Superpowers SS6H7 The student will explain conflict and change in Europe to the 21st century. b. Explain the impact of WWII in terms of the.
Transition of the Eastern Block From Command Economy to Free Markets.
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5 Minutes TO STUDY FOR TODAYS QUIZ!!!! - WWII Conferences - Theories / Short Term & Long Term Causes of Cold War - NATO & Warsaw Pact - Germany & Berlin.
World History Chapter 31. The Cold War started at the end of WWII and ended in 1991 when the Soviet Union broke up The Soviet Union forced communism.
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