The Cold War Objectives: United States HistoryThe Cold War Objectives: United States History
Identify what actions Allied Powers took to stabilize Germany and Japan after the war and punish war criminals and explain why some people were dissatisfied with the war crimes trials
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Identify the 2 most important factors that influence climate latitude and bodies of water (and mountains/elevation) Chapter 4 Culture DefineIdentify the 2 most important factors that influence climate latitude and bodies of water (and mountains/elevation) Chapter 4 Culture Define
Assess the impact of the global diffusion on advanced computer and communications
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I don’t see much future for the Americans, it\I don’t see much future for the Americans, it's a decayed country
Additionally, tThe German culture declined due to the effects of the Cold War. Almost 1 in every 5 homes had been destroyed, the economic infrastructure had greatly collapsed, and inflation was inevitable
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Berlin blockade and the Marshall Plan show that both countries were not afraid to get their militaries involved to help drive their beliefs
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The Berlin Airlift: The Partitioning of BerlinThe Berlin Airlift: The Partitioning of Berlin
Germany’s territories. The agreements split the defeated nation into four “allied occupation zones”: They gave the eastern part of the country to the Soviet Union and the Western part to the U. S. and Great Britain
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Station 1 Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain Name Date CoreStation 1 Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain Name Date Core
Name Date Core
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Harry S. Truman & Dwight Eisenhower during the Cold War Unit ExamHarry S. Truman & Dwight Eisenhower during the Cold War Unit Exam
Please select the answer/statement that best completes each statement/question
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Cold War Study GuideCold War Study Guide
The “Iron Curtain” was a term used by Winston Churchill described the separation of Eastern and Western Europe after wwii
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Ushc 2 Summarize the origins and course of the Cold War, including the containment policy; the conflicts in Korea, Africa, and the Middle East; the Berlin Airlift and the Berlin Wall; the Bay of Pigs and Cuban missile crisis; the nuclear armsUshc 2 Summarize the origins and course of the Cold War, including the containment policy; the conflicts in Korea, Africa, and the Middle East; the Berlin Airlift and the Berlin Wall; the Bay of Pigs and Cuban missile crisis; the nuclear arms
Cold War, including the containment policy; the conflicts in Korea, Africa, and the Middle East; the Berlin Airlift and the Berlin Wall; the Bay of Pigs and Cuban missile crisis; the nuclear arms race; the effects of the “Red Scare” and
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Political and Cultural Wars in Cold War Europe: Art, Literature, Public Media (Film and Radio) and intellectual debates as Expressions of Cold War Rivalry, 1946-1989. Spring Term, 2015 T/R, 5-6,6 University of FloridaPolitical and Cultural Wars in Cold War Europe: Art, Literature, Public Media (Film and Radio) and intellectual debates as Expressions of Cold War Rivalry, 1946-1989. Spring Term, 2015 T/R, 5-6,6 University of Florida
Iron Curtain”? How accurately did films like the popular “James Bond” series reflect Cold War “realities”? To what extent were the printed word (literature, propaganda, and academic scholarship) and the media
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America needed to protect weaker, eastern European countries from RussiaAmerica needed to protect weaker, eastern European countries from Russia
Americans didn’t support this much involvement in Europe. The U. S. didn’t want to just help Eastern Europe, but Western Europe too. As part of the Marshall Plan, a total of 12
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Teacher Name: Mary Ann Wilson Grade level(s) 10th Course: Global Studies cpii & HTeacher Name: Mary Ann Wilson Grade level(s) 10th Course: Global Studies cpii & H
Describe the classroom or homework activity to be performed
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Ap world History Unit 11 – Chapters 33 – 38 – 1900 to PresentAp world History Unit 11 – Chapters 33 – 38 – 1900 to Present
In the wave of nationalism that spread across Europe after the French Revolution, there was a belief that all ethnic groups deserved their own sovereign nations
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Content Great DepressionContent Great Depression
Format: multiple choice; historical thinking skills (a form of short response); essay question
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Unit 1: Aspects of International Relations, 1919-2005 Chapter 1: Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair? Page 16Unit 1: Aspects of International Relations, 1919-2005 Chapter 1: Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair? Page 16
How far were the German people dissatisfied with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles? (10 marks)
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