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					AP World History                                  University High

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                 Chapter 29- The Collapse of the Old Order 1929-1949
   Directions: Using complete sentences, answer the following questions. Use the question as
   the stem of your answer. Page numbers provided.

   1. Why was Stalin’s first Five Year Plan implemented? p.767
   2. Who was trained to work in the new factories and mines as part of Stalin’s Five Year Plans?
   3. What is collectivization? p.768
   4. How did the kulaks react to collectivization? p.768
   5. How many kulaks were arrested and what happened to them? p.768
   6. How did the Nazi takeover of Germany affect Stalin’s Second Five Year Plan? p.768
   7. Why did Stalin use methods of terror against his own people? p.769
   8. What types of jobs were opened to women in Stalinist Russia? p.769
   9. What was the Smoot-Hawley tariff and what was its result? p.772
   10. Which 2 industrialized countries suffered worst as a result of the Depression? p.772
   11. What is autarchy? p.773
   12. Why did the South African economy boom during the Depression? p.773
   13. Why were people attracted radical politicians after WWI? p.773
   14. What were fasci di combattimento? p.773
   15. What propaganda slogan glorifying Mussolini was repeated in Italy? p.774
   16. List 4 goals that Hitler had for Germany. p.775
   17. What did many Germans believe which allowed Adolf Hitler to become so popular? p.775
   18. What African nation did Italy invade in 1935 and why? p.775
   19. Specifically, what was the outcome of the Munich Conference in 1938? p.775
   20. What were the 3 causes of “appeasement”? p.775
   21. What did the Japanese see as the solution to their economic dependence? p.776
   22. What was the result of the Manchurian Incident of 1931? p.776
   23. Mao Zedong relied on the support of what social group in his struggle for power? p.777
   24. How was Mao an advocate of women’s equality? Give 3 examples. p.777
   25. As Japanese leaders realized that their war in China was becoming a drain on resources,
   Japan became dependent on the United States for what? p.777-779
   26. In Nanjing during the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945, how many women were raped? How
   many killed? p.779
   27. Why did Mao Zedong stop getting aid from Stalin in 1941? p.779
   28. What does blitzkrieg literally mean? p.779
   29. What countries did the Soviet Union invade in the early years of WWII? p.780
   30. Why did Japan want to occupy Europe’s Southeast Asian colonies? p.782
   31. In the end, why did the Guomindang collapse? p.785
   32. Give at least 3 examples of how the war affected the environment. p.790
Notecard Terms: Know them well!
Joseph Stalin                  Long March
Five-Year Plans                Stalingrad
Benito Mussolini               El Alamein
Fascist Party                  Pearl Harbor
Adolf Hitler                   Battle of Midway
Nazi Party                     Hiroshima
Chiang Kai-shek                Auschwitz
Mao Zedong                     Holocaust

Free Response Focus Questions: Answer these questions in a 5-7 sentence paragraph.
          In your own words! Do not simply copy from the book and memorize the response.
          Support your response with plenty of facts.
          Understand where events fall historically (global context, cause/effect, etc)

   1. The Depression in the 1930s was the deepest and most widespread economic collapse in
      history. What were its international economic and political consequences? pp.769-775

   2. Explain the reasons for the Soviet Union’s economic success during the 1930s, and
      discuss the effects of the economic success on the Soviet people. pp.766-769

   3. Explain the rise of fascism in Europe and the events leading up to the Second World War.
      pp. 773-776

   4. What were some of the technological advances during WWII that made it a “war of
      science”? pp.786-788

   5. Compare the lives of civilians on the home front in the United States during WWII with
      the experiences of civilians in Europe and Asia. Use examples of the Holocaust and
      Hiroshima. pp.788-790

   6. What was the source of conflict between Japan and China from 1931 to 1945? pp.776-

   7. Who was Mao Zedong and how did he present a challenge to the Chinese government?
      What is the Long March? pp.776-779

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