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 PsychoanalysisConscious 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 ItalyMussolini GermanyHitler JapanHirohito SpainFranco 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 NATONorth Atlantic Treaty Organization Warsaw Pact containmentCommunism
"Chapter 31 World War II and Its Aftermath"