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EXAM: May 13, 2010 Morning Session

for a Jewish state Established as a state for displaced Jews after the Holocaust Great Britain administered Palestine as a mandate of the League of Nations First order of business for the United Nations after World War II: establishment of the State of Israel Displaced millions of Palestinian Arabs to neighboring nations Globalization, Stage Four The Little Tigers: Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea/


Unit 5 Topic: The Cold War (1945-1991) The United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) emerged as the two strongest powers in international.

of Michigan D. University of Indiana At which university were uranium atoms first split? A. University of Chicago B. University of Ohio State C. University of Michigan D. University of Indiana OGT Short Answer When World War II ended, this began a new world order. There were now two superpowers in the world. (2 points) Who were the two superpowers? (1 point) What is the/


Splash Screen Contents Chapter Introduction Section 1The United States Enters World War I Section 2The Home Front Section 3A Bloody Conflict Section.

soldiers faced discrimination and prejudice within the army, where they served in racially segregated units under white officers. Many African Americans won praise from their commanders and received war medals. World War I was the first war in which women officially served. Building Up the Military (cont.) Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. (pages 456–457) Section 2/


Lesson 8 WWI: 1917: Desperation & Anticipation - America Enters The War.

the belligerents. Soon businessmen complained that the chances of good profits were being lost. Why Did The US Enter the War? Another view A. J. P. Taylor (British historian) The First World War: An Illustrated History (1963) German submarines forced the United States into the war. But it would be too simple to say that America fought solely for the freedom of the seas, still/


World WAR I 7th Grade.

military. Tuskegee Airmen The Tuskegee Airmen were a group of famous African American pilots who flew many missions during World War II. They were the first group of African Americans to ever be pilots in the United States and earned much recognition because of their skills/ ships, and even new kinds of bombs were just a few of the new inventions used during the war. Tanks First developed for use during World War I, a tank is a vehicle that has thick armor and runs on tracks. This makes it able to handle/


By Gabriel, Angel, Ryan F., and Ryan S..  World War 1 began with the murder of one man. On June 28, 1914. the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated.

difficult for the enemy to capture. In battle after battle, soldiers in the trenches defeated waves of attackers.  The First World War ended in November 1918. British prime minister David Lloyd George wrote: The Canadians played a part of such a part of/ he won the Boston Marathon with a record breaking time. He became one of the most famous athletes in the world. During the first world war, Longboat served as a dispatch runner on the front lines of battles. Telephone and radios were not reliable, so armies/


The Iraq war divided the Arabs, the Europeans, the Americans and caused a structural damage to Iraq’s society, state, & infrastructure Aljazeera.

warning against what he called the “astonishing Western shortsightedness” and the “naiveté” of “Western nations” after the First World War when they “failed miserably” because they “had no means of collecting information or of guarding peace” and lacked the/Wall Street Journal, 8/25/2013, http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323423804579024452583045962.html A narrative chronicle of World War Is Arab Revolt explores the pivotal roles of a small group of adventurers and low-level officers who/


BATTLES OF WORLD WAR I.

which stretched from the Black Sea to the Baltic Sea. BATTLE OF THE MARNE The 1st Battle of Marne - The First World War - Sept 1914 Germans continued their push towards Paris. This was part of the Schlieffen Plan British and French troops retreated /Eighth Army under Hindenburg. In 1915 he took command of Army Group Gallwitz Erich Ludendorff General Erich Ludendorff In World War I Ludendorff was first appointed Deputy chief of staff to Germanys Second Army, under Karl von Bülow, as he was knowledgeable /


Topic #5 ~ The Cold War Origins of the Cold War Nature of the Cold War

the US made it clear its intention to maintain its global power base Wave of revolutions break out in Developing World, especially in Middle East, Africa, and Central America. USSR saw this as opportunity to improve international position Second Cold War vs. First Cold War Détente comes to a close with the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan SU sends Red Army to the support/


WORLD WAR I 1914-1918.

-Hungary Apr. 6, 1917--United States against Germany World War I Although the terrible struggle that racked the world from 1914 to 1918 was fought mainly in Europe, it is rightly called the First World War. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries European powers had/will eventually leave and go to Europe. Vladimir Lenin (continued) One of Lenin’s first objectives once in power was to get out of the war (World War I). Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (March 1918) Peace treaty that was negotiated between Russia/


CAUSES, PRACTICES & EFFECTS OF WAR

WAR WORLD WAR 1 CAUSES, PRACTICES & EFFECTS OF WAR The World before World War I The War was also known as THE FIRST WORLD WAR, THE GREAT WAR and famously “ THE WAR TO END ALL WARS” It was a global military conflict that took place mainly in Europe between 1914 & 1918. It was a total War which left great devastation, millions dead and shaped the modern world. World War/ decisive roll that it was to play in later conflicts, the First World War proved their capabilities.  It was during this period that the key /


2010. TitleAuthor Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001 Coll, Steve The.

collapse. -Barnes and Noble Describing the radical transformation in German Infantry tactics that took place during World War I, this book presents the first detailed account of the evolution of stormtroop tactics available in English. It covers areas previously left unexplored/leaders from Ho Chi Minh to Che Guevara. -Barnes and Noble "If you survive your first day, Ill promote you.“ So promised George Wilsons World War II commanding officer in the hedgerows of Normandy -- and it was to be a promise /


EXAM: May 14, 2015 Morning Session

for a Jewish state Established as a state for displaced Jews after the Holocaust Great Britain administered Palestine as a mandate of the League of Nations First order of business for the United Nations after World War II: establishment of the State of Israel Displaced millions of Palestinian Arabs to neighboring nations Globalization, Stage Four The Little Tigers: Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea/


How were civilians affected by World War 1? Aim: To revise key details about the British Home Front during the First World War /

the British Home Front during the First World War / Total War What was the Total War? – A war where the countries drafts all the people and collects all resources that they can. When did this war take place? – Around 1916 Where did it take place? – Europe Why did the Total War occur? – The war turned into a Total War because the countries expected the war to be short so they weren/


The Persian Gulf War I (1991) War On Terrorism including: 9-11Afghanistan Operation Iraqi Freedom The Axis of Evil Communism/Terrorism parallels?? (A Power.

command structure. Although they fight on scattered battlefields, these terrorists share a similar ideology and vision for the world openly stated in videos, audiotapes, letters, declarations, and websites. The Terrorists Serve A Clear And Focused/disrupting militant conspiracies, destroying their ability to make war, and giving millions a hopeful alternative to resentment and violence. First, We Are Preventing Terrorist Attacks Before They Occur. First, We Are Preventing Terrorist Attacks Before They Occur./


The Vietnam War Era & An Era of Protest and Change US History Unit #17 – Chapters 29 and 30.

other universities. Outside college campuses, other Americans soon enlisted in the antiwar cause. The war in Vietnam was the first “living- room war.” Americans watched the progress – or lack of it – in their living rooms on nightly newscasts. The intimacy of television made new of the war unavoidable. But unlike World War II, there was no march to victory. Americans could not put maps of Vietnam/


AP World History: The Cold War Period 6 1900 – the Present “From Stettin in the Balkans, to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across.

the plan until it was too late, and he was coerced into “approving” it. The Bay of Pigs Continued… The first mishap occurred on April 15, 1961, when eight bombers left Nicaragua to bomb Cuban airfields. The CIA had used obsolete World War II B-26 bombers, and painted them to look like Cuban air force planes. The bombers missed many of their/


Chapter 18 – The First World War Video The First World War Images Wilson Campaign Truck Harlem Hell Fighters War Bonds Infantry Troops in France Quick.

Wilson’s Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles Visual Summary: The First World War Maps Alliances, 1914 World War I, 1914–1917 World War I, 1917–1918 Europe and the Middle East, 1915 Europe and the Middle East, 1919 History Close-up Fighting in the Trenches Section Notes A World Crisis The United States in World War I The Home Front Peace without Victory The Main Idea Rivalries among/


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13 Section 1-3 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. World War I was different from any earlier war as it was the first war where civilians, or people who are not soldiers, were also attacked.  Most land fighting involved/ mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. 1917 Russian Revolution 1914 World War I begins 1939 World War II begins 1929 Worldwide depression 1945 First atomic bomb dropped on Japan 71 People in History 2.1 A shoemaker’s son, Joseph/


World War II. Dictators Threaten World Peace Treaty of Versailles Thought to be unfair by Germany and Hitler stripped them of overseas colonies and border.

more lebensraum, or living space. Nazism Hitler Hitler at Nuremburg The Outbreak of War The European Theater World War II Hitler’s Aggressions-Austria Austria was Hitlers first target. The majority of Austrias 6 million people were Germans who favored unification with/ships into convoys. Convoys were groups of ships traveling together for mutual protection, as they had done in the First World War. With improved tracking, the Allies were able to find and destroy German U-boats faster than the Germans could/


World War II. Dictators Threaten World Peace Treaty of Versailles Thought to be unfair by Germany and Hitler stripped them of overseas colonies and border.

responded to these “Rattlesnakes of the Atlantic by organizing our cargo ships into convoys. Convoys were groups of ships traveling together for mutual protection, as they had done in the First World War. With improved tracking, the Allies were able to find and destroy German U-boats faster than the Germans could build them. 36. What was Germanys goal in the Battle of/


World History. SSWH9 The student will analyze change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

is able to defeat the other. Battle lines in France remained almost unchanged for four years. 3 World War I Technology Modern weapons added greatly to the destructiveness of the war. 3 A one- or two-seat propeller plane was equipped with a machine gun. At first the planes were used mainly for observation. Later, “flying aces” engaged in individual combat, though such “dogfights/


WORLD WAR I CICERO © 2008. CAUSES The immediate cause of World War I was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary in Sarajevo.

prevented its expansion. Germany was determined to expand its borders. CICERO © 2008 BATTLES Battle of Mons August 23–27, 1914 The Battle of Mons was the first major action the British Expeditionary Force took during World War I. British soldiers were overwhelmed during the attack. After the French and Belgian armies retreated, the British planned to hold off the advancing German soldiers although/


Transformations Around the Globe and The Great War Pre-AP Unit #12 Chapters 28 and 29.

of the conspirators, noticed the couple in the car, pulled a pistol from his pocket, and fired it twice. First Sophie and then Francis Ferdinand died. People around the world were shocked by the senseless murders. Closure Question #3: Do you think World War I was avoidable? Use information from the text to support your answer. Closure Assignment #5 Answer the following questions based/


Chapter 25 Imperialism, Alliances, and War Chapter 25 Imperialism, Alliances, and War.

, old-age pensions, and other benefits were available to all there would not have to be a redistribution of income Britain becomes first welfare state under Labour Party’s Clement Attlee, who creates the National Health Service after World War II France and Germany do not follow suit until the 1970’s Resistance to the Welfare State three economic states in Europe since/


US History Units: 1. Before America 2. Early America 3. Revolution 4. Learning to be America + Foreign Policy 5. Slavery and economic growth 6. Civil War.

1920. World War I Aftermath Historians have described the First World War as the nation’s first experience of ‘total war’. By this, they mean a war in which society is organised in such a way that all available resources are channelled into the war effort. As a result, total war has /of everybody in society, not simply those directly involved in the fighting. Some of the experiences of the First World War that can be said to have made a social, cultural and psychological impact are as follows. The emotional /


World War I Social Studies 9 Ms. Rebecca. Quiz! 1. What was Gandhi’s main goal for India? 1. What was Gandhi’s main goal for India? 2. What was Gandhi’s.

of the MAIN reasons why war broke out between European countries in the First World War! Is one of the MAIN reasons why war broke out between European countries in the First World War! Our next unit! Hooraaaaaaaaaaaaay! Our next unit! Hooraaaaaaaaaaaaay! World War 1 Review Causes of WWI/www.diggerhistory.info/images/weapons-ww1-allied/vickers.jpg Airplanes http://imagecache5.art.com/p/LRG/8/820/4Y1Y000Z/world-war-i-aircraft.jpg Germans used a new weapon: Big Bertha: Big Bertha: Helped Germans to be able to/


AP U.S. HISTORY “THE COLD WAR AT HOME AND ABROAD” Unit 11.

in the United States? There were suspicions of Communists infiltrating the U.S. government as early as World War II. In 1947 Republicans pressured President Truman to create the Loyalty Review board and begin investigating current and/first successful attempt by the United States to contain communism in Europe C. Was a direct cause of the Chinese Civil War D. Ended when the UN sent peacekeeping forces to the Korean Peninsula E. Is the only example of U.S.-Soviet cooperation in the immediate post-World War/


The Rise of Dictators and World War II The Rise of Dictators and World War II.

The Rise of Dictators and World War II The Rise of Dictators and World War II ITALY- IL Duce B. Italy developed the first major dictatorship in Europe. In 1919 Benito Mussolini founded Italy’s Fascist Party. Fascism was a kind of aggressive nationalism. Fascists believed that the nation was more important than the /


US. VA. History SOL Review. Characteristics of early exploration and settlements in the New World New England Puritans seeking religious freedom (Europe)

. He promised that the United States would step in if unrest threatened their investments. Growth in international trade occurred from the late 1800s to World War I—the first era of a true “global economy.” Latin America Spanish American War Puerto Rico was annexed by the United States. The United States asserted the right to intervene in Cuban affairs. Panama Canal and the role/


Unit 3 Canada and World War II (1939 - 1945). Chapter 9 On the Eve of War.

seemed Canada was sleeping Why Canada Slept Why was Canada unprepared for the outbreak of war in 1939? 1.Memories of World War I –the tragic losses of World War I were still fresh in people’s minds –the last thing Canadians wanted to consider/ World War I, Canada had become an independent nation Prime Minister Mackenzie King summoned the Canadian Parliament to an emergency session One week later, Canada declared war on Germany It was a momentous occasion It was the first time that Canada had declared war on/


The Great War World War I August 1914-November 1918.

the war ended in 1918, there were fifty-six declarations of war, making this the first truly global, or “world war.” By the time the war ended in 1918, there were fifty-six declarations of war, making this the first truly global, or “world war.” The Great War In /hard to maneuver. This plane carried most of the burden of photographing German trenches for the first two years of the war. Max speed: 72mph. Aircraft of World War I This is the German Aviatik C.1. Starting in 1915, it became the principal German/


The Age of Exploration The Creation of the Atlantic System and the Eurocentric World 1433-1650.

one night. Her timbers were salvaged to make the first European settlement in the ‘New World’, a fort which Columbus garrisoned with 40 men. Her timbers were salvaged to make the first European settlement in the ‘New World’, a fort which Columbus garrisoned with 40 men. / power of the gods, and the death of the emperor and his heir by a mysterious disease, and the ensuring civil war, must have been seen as divine retribution for something they had done. Pizarro and the Inca Without a living designated heir/


Japan and the Meiji Restoration. Tokugawa Isolation European traders first arrived in Japan in the 1500’s. In 1600’s Tokugawa shoguns had gained control.

Great Britain, France, and Russia  Japan joined the allied powers in a week and Italy which at first was neutral joined the allied powers in 9 months  World War two  Axis powers were Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria  They were versus the / Hiroshima/Nagasaki The two cities in Japan that the United States bombed at the end of World War II. The cities were completely destroyed, Hiroshima first and Nagasaki three days later. President Truman decided to drop the bombs on Japan when Japan/


Depression, War, and Recovery Unit 8B. By the 1930 ’ s: By the 1930 ’ s: Dictators had taken control in several countries (Italy, Germany, Japan, and.

also sometimes called fascists. Dictators are also sometimes called fascists. World War I causes World War I causes Nationalism Nationalism Imperialism Imperialism Arms Races Arms Races Alliances Alliances World War II causes World War II causes Nationalism Nationalism Sectionalism Sectionalism Dreams of Expansion Dreams of / war if he needed to stop its spread. The U.S. and the U.S.S.R. were soon locked in an arms race They eventually also began a space race when the Soviets launched the world ’ s first /


Chapter 10 World War II. Preparation for War  Before and during the Great Depression in the United States, other countries around the world had a depression.

people had built a reich, or empire, in Europe.  Hitler wanted to create a Third Reich. Steps Toward a Second World War  Hitler took the first step in creating a German empire in March 1938.  German troops marched into Austria and declared it part of the German/ Selective Service Act was passed in September of 1940.  This was the first peacetime law that drafted men into the armed forces.  The last draft had been during World War I. War in Asia  Men between the ages of twenty-one and thirty- five were/


The cause of the second world war 汉语言文学五班 1B1115 1B111523 田莎 1B111524 高换换 1B111525 刘四四.

historians, says bluntly : Germany, Italy, Japanese fascists, the State itself is an imperialist country after the First World War to re-divide the world Banzangbujun product, "Versailles-Washington system," a member of the deformed babies!. In Germany people are concerned,/system ”, the Prussian occupation of the one hundred years of Danzig (now Gdansk Gdynia City, After the First World War by the International Union and Poland shared jurisdiction) has become a free market, Polish Corridor East Prussia with/


The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the rise of fascism Germany uprisings during the.

in 1941 . Which of the following was a major new consumer item that gained wide popularity in Europe between the First World War and the Second World War? (A) Bicycles (B) Coffee (C) Radios (D) Televisions (E) Woolen clothing . Which of the following/ instability The collapse of the Ottoman Empire created a belligerent and aggressive independent Turkey . In the first decade and a half after World War I, British foreign policy focused on The “Irish question” and problems in the Middle East Mussolini/


Traditional Actors and Other Actors Lsn 7. Agenda Classical International System (1648- 1789) Transitional International System (1789- 1945) Post- World.

ideological conflict emerged during the transitional era with the rise of national socialism and fascism The transitional era marked the first time competition between rival political philosophies would be injected into international relations and would foreshadow the extreme polarization of the post-World War II era In May 1939, Mussolini and Hitler signed a ten- year Pact of Steel between Italy and Germany/


Www.ushistory.org.  At the end of the 1920s, the United States boasted the largest economy in the world. With the destruction wrought by World War I,

called Neutrality Acts — directly aimed at reversing the mistakes made that led to the American entry into the First World War.  On September 1, 1939, Nazi troops crossed into Poland from the west. Finally, on September 3, France and Great Britain declared war on Germany. World War II had begun. AlliesLeader British Empire Neville Chamberlain Sir Winston Churchill FranceCharles de Gaulle Soviet Union Josef Stalin ChinaChiang/


The Age of Exploration The Creation of the Atlantic System and the Eurocentric World 1433-1650.

one night. Her timbers were salvaged to make the first European settlement in the ‘New World’, a fort which Columbus garrisoned with 40 men. Her timbers were salvaged to make the first European settlement in the ‘New World’, a fort which Columbus garrisoned with 40 men. / power of the gods, and the death of the emperor and his heir by a mysterious disease, and the ensuring civil war, must have been seen as divine retribution for something they had done. Pizarro and the Inca Without a living designated heir/


CHAPTER 34 The World Between the Wars: Revolutions, Depression, and Authoritarian Response World Civilizations: The Global Experience Fifth Edition Stearns/Adas/Schwartz/Gilbert.

Experience, 5th Edition Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Longman, Copyright 2007 I. The Roaring Twenties II. Revolution: The First Waves III. The Global Great Depression IV. The Authoritarian Response Chapter 34: The World Between the Wars: Revolutions, Depression, and Authoritarian Response Stearns et al., World Civilizations: The Global Experience, 5th Edition Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Longman, Copyright 2007 I. The Roaring Twenties A/


WORLD WAR II World War II –Dictators ruling Europe –Hitler in Germany –Mussolini in Italy –Stalin in Russia.

German army The German army surrendered to the Soviets World War II First land defeat of the German Army World War II 6 TH TURNING POINT OF WORLD WARII NORTH AFRICA AND ITALY World War II North Africa Allied Supreme commander Dwight D. Eisenhower Great administrator and Battle planner little command experience World War II Operation Torch November 1942 World War II European Front War in North Africa Important to Allies Needed to/


Cold War. Albert Einstein German born American immigrant Famous physicist and teacher Convinced Franklin D. Roosevelt to create the Manhattan Project.

the secret Manhattan Project United Nations International organization founded at the end of World War II to help arbitrate international disagreements before they led to wars; agreed upon by Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, and Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Yalta conference First met in San Francisco in 1945 Eleanor Roosevelt served as first U.S. representative to this organization Marshall Plan Massive program of American/


Origins of the Cold War Origins of the Cold War The Cold War Heats Up The Cold War Heats Up The Korean War The Korean War The Continuing Cold War The Continuing.

; this information was ridiculed by experts. China Falls to the Communists During World War II, competing factions in China had cooperated, but fighting between them resumed towards the end of the war. During World War II, competing factions in China had cooperated, but fighting between them resumed towards the end of the war. At first, the United States supported Nationalist leader Jiang Jieshi against Communist Mao Zedong/


Goal 8 World War I. Starter: Amendments Review Directions: Copy the definition and provide the Constitutional Amendment that corresponds. 1. Freedom of.

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Chapter Twenty-Six: America in a World at War. The U.S. Transformed by War The U.S. Transformed by War –“Big-Picture” Effects of the War  Unprecedented.

Nimitz would move west from Hawaii through “island-hopping” to mainland Japan. 3 Chapter Twenty-Six: America in a World at War War on Two Fronts War on Two Fronts –Containing the Japanese  Battle of Coral Sea: Just northwest of Australia, the Allies had their first victory against the Japanese navy on May 7-8, 1942.  Battle of Midway: Northwest of Hawaii, American forces won/


Resource Unit on World War I: The Great War Joshua Hazelrigg Unit 4 Grades 10 & 11.

the pervasive influences of Fascism on the politics and culture of Italy and Germany. $69.00 for VHS or DVD Media References l FIRST WORLD-WIDE WAR, 1914–1918 Worldwide colonial possessions of 13 nations prior to the start of World War I are shown along with other independent nations. 40"h x 52"w. Cram. ©2004. $89.00 Map Media References l HISTORY TIMELINE/


Liberation efforts of 1914-1921. Ukraine during the World War II. Ukraine during the after-war period (1945- 1985). Plan 1.Ukrainians in the First World.

for an independent nation. Many attempts were made in the early 20th century, but both World War I and the Russian Civil War disrupted such attempts. Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War Ukrainianhistory World War IRussian Civil War The consequences of the First World War of 1914-1918 for Ukrainians were tragic. The consequences of the First World War of 1914-1918 for Ukrainians were tragic. The great amount of Ukrainians fought and died for/


Rebuilding Japan After World War II. Reasons for Rebuilding Japan.

surrender after both bombs were dropped? What if Japan still refused to surrender after both bombs were dropped? Terror Bombing Terror bombing was used by both sides during the Second World War. The tactic was first perfected by the Germans who used it as a key part of their Blitzkrieg attacks in both Europe & Russia/.Both the RAF & USAF bombed Germany throughout the/


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