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Hist 2001, Finals Study Guide

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Hist 2001, Finals Study Guide HIST2001

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Please note that the finals is not on the 24th, but the 25th. I cannot fix the date for some reason This study guide has a list of important terms to know as well events and ideas to review. The...
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jay Morgan on Friday April 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to HIST2001 at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months taught by Professor Ethan Katz in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see 20th Century European History in History at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months.


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Date Created: 04/22/16
Study Guide for test on April 25 The test is going to be the sum knowledge of the class, from pre-Great War to the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1989 and the emergence of the European Union The Great War Terms, places, people The Triple Alliance The Triple Entente The Treaty of Versailles (June 28,1919) Colonialism/Imperialism The Balkans Trench Warfare Archduke Franz Ferdinand  Think of the factors that led to World War I: the entangled alliances of the European states, the desire to expand, romanticizing of war, competition and rivalries of France and Germany  What are the conditions of the Treaty of Versailles? What became its legacy (one of the causes of World War II)  The role of women; from the household and into the work place during and after the war. Clash of feminist and masculine identities  Trench Warfare: be able to describe it and how it affected the progress of the war (why was it so bloody?)  Identify the role of nationalism on population politics, national/ethnic identities and social Darwinism. Inter-war period and World War II Terms, places, and people Kristallnacht Weimer Republic Fascism/Totalitarianism The Popular Front (1935) Philippe Petain Charles de Gaulle Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Vladimir Lenin Joseph Stalin  The difference among the three ideologies: capitalist democracy, fascism, and Bolshevism. How did propaganda play into the influence of communism and fascism?  Name the factors that set up Germany for to be taken over (legally) by fascism. Also know the factors that contributed to the failure of the Weimer Republic  Be able to define fascism in the terms of Italy and Germany. How did it begin? How did fascism become popular?  The Jewish Question – Hitler’s policies on Jews. Remember the date of the Night of Broken Glass!! Review Nazi policies, conditions work/death camps.  The Russian Revolution, led by Vladimir Lenin, later taken over by Joseph Stalin. What led to the Russian Revolution and the takeover of Bolshevism? Stalin’s communism: mass mobilization of industry (Five Year Plan). Collective farms, forced labor and the execution of millions deemed to be “enemies of the State”.  The role of women (again)! Clash of feminist and masculine identities. The role of family and human rights. The Cold War Terms, places, people The Prague Spring May 68’, France Alexander Dubcek Nikita Khrushchev Mikhail Gorbachev Berlin Wall “The Iron Curtain” The Marshall Plan The Berlin Airlift The Brezhnev Doctrine Warsaw Pact Helsinki Accords The European Union NATO  Describe the emergence of new nations after WWII. The division of Germany into Western and Eastern blocs.  The competing ideologies: communism and capitalism. What are the living conditions in most of the Eastern bloc of Germany?  Why was 1968 the “Year of Revolution”? Look at France and Czechoslovakia and the results of those uprisings?  De-Stalinization: what does this mean in the Soviet Union? How did the Soviet Union’s policies change after Stalin? What is the effect of the Brezhnev Doctrine and its policies regarding socialist democracies?  After WWII, how did self-determination affect movements for independence in European colonial holdings (Algeria, North Africa, India, Pakistan, Burma)  Why did France not like the incoming American capitalism following WWII? (Coca Cola)  Issues of human rights in Eastern Europe  Look at the importance of 1989: Fall of the Berlin Wall, Hungary Uprising, Czechoslovakia uprising, the dissolution of the Soviet Union.  What is the role of NATO? The European Union after 1989?  Identify the clashes in the Balkan War in 1990. (Yugoslavia, Serbia, Croatia,


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