1. Napoleon makes Snowball a scapegoat (somebody who takes on blame they are not guilty of) and requires all of the animals to hate him



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Match the historical event to the correlating event in Animal Farm.

Animal Farm Events:

1. Napoleon makes Snowball a scapegoat (somebody who takes on blame they are not guilty of) and requires all of the animals to hate him. If the animals show any kind of reluctance or alliance to Snowball they are killed on the spot (for example: the hens when they refuse to sell their eggs).

2. The building of the windmill has forced the animals to work long days and has resulted in starvation

3. The pigeons of Animal Farm were required to carry news to neighboring farms about the Rebellion; they taught other animals the Beasts of England and encouraged other farms to rebel too.

4. Napoleon is undecided about who he wants to sell his timber to—Frederick or Pilkington. He eventually decides on Frederick and after his check is fake, Frederick and his man later launch an attack on Animal Farm killing several animals and wounding the rest.

5. Napoleon orders his dogs to chase Snowball off the farm because he wants to get rid of him and to assume leadership over the animals
Historical Events:

a. “The Domino Theory” – The spread of Communism from one state to the next; Karl Marx believed that the only way for Communism to be successful was if it was practiced and implemented on a global level.

b. Stalin forced Trotsky out of Russia and expelled him from the Communist party.



c. Stalin couldn’t decide which party to sign the Non-Aggression Pact (a promise not to go to war) with either Hitler or the Allies. Stalin decides to make an agreement with Hitler not to go to war, but Hitler went back on his word and invaded Russia while killing twenty five million of its civilians.

d. Stalin created “purges,” which were fake trials that forced government members and citizens to “confess” to their alliance with Trotsky. Many times, the purge victims would admit to activities in which they had never participated, just so they could put a stop to their torture that Stalin enforced. However, after confessing, the victims were executed and labeled “enemies of the people” even though they were really innocent.

e. Stalin developed a Five Year Plan that proposed new gains in agriculture resulted in the slaughter of millions of farm animals causing a famine to spread across Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.

Historical References



Match the historical event to the correlating event in Animal Farm.

Animal Farm Events:

1. Napoleon makes Snowball a scapegoat (somebody who takes on blame they are not guilty of) and requires all of the animals to hate him. If the animals show any kind of reluctance or alliance to Snowball they are killed on the spot (for example: the hens when they refuse to sell their eggs).

2. The building of the windmill has forced the animals to work long days and has resulted in starvation

3. The pigeons of Animal Farm were required to carry news to neighboring farms about the Rebellion; they taught other animals the Beasts of England and encouraged other farms to rebel too.

4. Napoleon is undecided about who he wants to sell his timber to—Frederick or Pilkington. He eventually decides on Frederick and after his check is fake, Frederick and his man later launch an attack on Animal Farm killing several animals and wounding the rest.

5. Napoleon orders his dogs to chase Snowball off the farm because he wants to get rid of him and to assume leadership over the animals
Historical Events:

a. “The Domino Theory” – The spread of Communism from one state to the next; Karl Marx believed that the only way for Communism to be successful was if it was practiced and implemented on a global level.

b. Stalin forced Trotsky out of Russia and expelled him from the Communist party.

c. Stalin couldn’t decide which party to sign the Non-Aggression Pact (a promise not to go to war) with either Hitler or the Allies. Stalin decides to make an agreement with Hitler not to go to war, but Hitler went back on his word and invaded Russia while killing twenty five million of its civilians.

d. Stalin created “purges,” which were fake trials that forced government members and citizens to “confess” to their alliance with Trotsky. Many times, the purge victims would admit to activities in which they had never participated, just so they could put a stop to their torture that Stalin enforced. However, after confessing, the victims were executed and labeled “enemies of the people” even though they were really innocent.

e. Stalin developed a Five Year Plan that proposed new gains in agriculture resulted in the slaughter of millions of farm animals causing a famine to spread across Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.


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