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Chapter 31 World War II and Its Aftermath

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									                Chapter 30: Crisis of Democracy in the West
                                    AND
                Chapter 31: World War II and Its Aftermath

Readings are from World History: Connections to Today

2/14   Read Chapter 30 Section 1, complete chart, and do questions 1-3 of the
       Assessment _____

2/15   Read Chapter 30 Section 2 and do questions 1-5 of the Assessment _____

2/25   Read and Outline Chapter 30 Section 3 and do question 1 of the
       Assessment _____

2/26   Read Chapter 30 Section 4 and do questions 1-6 of the Assessment _____

2/27   Read Chapter 31 Section 1, complete chart, and do questions 1,2, and 5 of the
       Assessment _____

2/28   Read Chapter 31 Section 2, create timeline, and do questions 1&2 of the
       Assessment _____

2/29   Read and Outline Chapter 31 Section 3 and do questions 1&2 of the
       Assessment _____

3/3    Read Chapter 31 Section 4, complete chart, and do questions 1-5 of the
       Assessment _____

3/4    Read Chapter 31 Section 5 and do questions 1-5 of the Assessment_____




Test on Chapters 30 & 31 on Friday March 7, 2008
      As you read, add information about the three democracies in the years after
World War I.

        Britain                      France                  United States
       As you read, complete the chart by adding information about how dictators
challenged world peace.

     Japan                 Italy              Germany                Spain
        As you read, complete the chart with information about how the Allies won
in the Pacific and in Europe.

                         Allies Win World War II
                Europe                                     Pacific
                                 Chapters 30&31
                                  Review Sheet
Chapter 30
Locarno Treaties
Kellogg-Briand Pact
IRA (Irish Republican Army)
League of Nations
Maginot Line
margin buying
general strike
Marie Curie
cubism
T.S. Elliot
Virginia Wolf
James Joyce
Louis Armstrong
Sigmund Freud
PsychoanalysisConscious vs. Unconscious, Id, Ego, Super Ego, Libido
abstract art
surrealism art
flapper
Fascism
Black Shirts
Benito Mussolini (Il Duce)
***Rise of Fascism in Italy Chart***
The Weimar Republic
The Dawes Plan
Adolph Hitler
Mein Kampf
Third Reich
Nazism
Gestapo
Nuremburg Laws
Kristallnacht
concentration camps


Chapter 31
Fascism
ItalyMussolini
GermanyHitler
JapanHirohito
SpainFranco
Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis
Guernica
Munich Conference
Neville Chamberlain
Nazi-Soviet Pact
Anschluss
appeasement
Mein Kampf
blitzkrieg
Luftwaffe
RAF (Royal Air Force)
radar
sonar
Dunkirk
Winston Churchill
Battle of Britain
Operation Barbarossa
Lend-Lease Act
Pearl Harbor
Atlantic Charter
The Holocaust
genocide
“Night”Eli Wiesel
Japanese American Internment Camps
Battle of El Alamein
Battle of Stalingrad
D-Day
Normandy
Iwo Jima
Battle of Midway
Battle of the Bulge
island-hopping
V-E Day
Harry Truman
Hiroshima
Nagasaki
United Nations
“iron curtain”
Truman Doctrine
NATONorth Atlantic Treaty Organization
Warsaw Pact
containmentCommunism

								
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