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Old and New Europe, 1914

by: Garrett Harber

Old and New Europe, 1914 HISTORY 158C

Garrett Harber

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A. Adamthwaite

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Date Created: 10/22/15
OLD EUROPE NEW EUROPE History 158C spring 2006 Study Guide For of ce hrs see 39 39 v berlmlev J quot 39 quot quot H158C No class on Tuesday 9 May Answer FIVE questions TWO from Section A THREE from Section B You MUST illustrate and support your argument in both sections with relevant material from James Course Reader and assigned books and movies Section A Answer TWO questions 60 minutes each 1 Why did the European powers relinquish their empires after 1945 What impact did decolonization have on Europe Make sure you discuss immigration White Teeth 2 Sexual intercourse began in 1963 British poet Philip Larkin What were the causes and defining characteristics of cultural changes in the sixties Were they revolutionary and what were the consequences for subsequent decades 3 Forty years of Socialism and there s still no toilet paper Lenin shipyard worker Gdansk 1988 The Magic Lantern Why did Communism collapse in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in 198990 4 Why did Western Europe pursue integration in the 1950s and with what success What are the prospects for the EU in the 21st century 5 But postCold War normality was not easy James 386 what were the problems and to what extent have they been solved Section B Answer THREE questions 20 minutes each 1 The German situation is rapidly becoming a cancer that will be dangerous to peace and to France immediately Jean Monnet 4 May 1950 Reader 327 a Who was Monnet and whom was he writing to b Why was the German situation becoming a cancer c What is Monnet s solution and how successful is it 2 The colonial world is a world cut in two Frantz Fanon The Wretched of the Earth 1961 Reader 215 a Identify Fanon b What specific situation triggers his writing c How in Fanon s view is the colonial world divided and with what results What remedy does he propose 3 I go with the group that heads for Stalin Square they and the students are trying to cut down the dictator s twentyifive foot metal figure Heller The Hungarian Revolution Reader 283 a Brie y describe events in Hungary b What did workers students and farmers want c What evidence of Hungarian nationalism does Heller s account reveal 4 The dream is the reality May l968World Revolution is the order of the day Student inscriptions Paris Reader 439 a What happened in Paris in May 68 b What caused student unrest in France and Western Europe c Why didn t the dream become reality We want to glorify war Reader 268 Marinetti s Futurist Manifesto a Who was Marinetti b What was significance of the Manifesto c What is the connection with Modernism 6 Explain THREE of the following terms one substantial para120wds on each term Gaullism Keynesianism Existentialism Thatcherism Feminism Atlanticism Monetarism Genscherism


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