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    • Hosted by Mrs. Lockhart
    JEOPARDY
  • 500 100 200 300 400 200 300 400 500 500 100 200 300 400 100 100 The Cold War Russian Revolution The Rise and Fall of the USSR Vocab WWII Wild Card 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 400 500 300 400 400 500 500
  • Q: 100
    • How were the governments different between Soviet-controlled countries and the Western European countries?
    • The Soviet Union was communist and the Western European countries were democratic.
  • Q: 200
    • What was the Cold War?
  • A:200
    • The Cold War was a tense international situation that existed between NATO countries led by the United States and communist countries led by the Soviet Union for over 40 years after WWII.
  • Q: 300
    • What were the origins of the Cold War?
  • A: 300 The Cold War began after Germany was divided by the Ally powers following WWII. The West was democratic and the East was communist. This difference in government led to a fierce competition between the super powers of the Soviet Union and the United States.
  • Q: 400 Draw the iron curtain on the map below
  • A:400
  • Q:500 Name 4 members of NATO 4 members of the Warsaw Pact and 2 neutral countries
  • A:500
    • NATO- U.S., U.K, France, Italy, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Greece, etc.
    • Warsaw Pact- USSR, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, E. Germany, Albania
    • Neutral- Finland, Sweden, Austria, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland
  • Q:100
    • Who was the last Czar of Russia?
  • A:100
    • Czar Nicholas II
  • Q:200
    • Who overthrew the provisional democratic government during the October Revolution?
  • A: 200
    • Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks
  • Q: 300 In what year did the Russian Revolution begin? What major war was going on at the time?
  • A: 300
    • World War I
    1917
  • Q: 400
    • Place the following events in chronological order. Place a “1” next to the event that happened first, etc.
    • ____ Lenin overthrows the provisional democratic government
    • ____ Workers peacefully march to the Winter Palace with a list of demands, including better working conditions. The Czar’s troops fire into the crowd killing hundreds.
    • _____ Czar Nicholas II abdicates his thrown
    • _____ The Bolsheviks win the civil war
    • _____ The Soviet Union is created
    • _____ A provisional democratic government is established
    • _____ Civil war breaks out
  • A: 400
    • _4_ Lenin overthrows the provisional democratic government
    • _1_ Workers peacefully march to the Winter Palace with a list of demands, including better working conditions. The Czar’s troops fire into the crowd killing hundreds.
    • __2_ Czar Nicholas II abdicates his thrown
    • _6__ The Bolsheviks win the civil war
    • _7__ The Soviet Union is created
    • _3__ A provisional democratic government is established
    • __5_ Civil war breaks out
  • Q: 500
    • Explain the February Revolution
  • A: 500
    • During the February Revolution, Czar Nicholas II was forced to abdicate his throne and a provisional democratic government was set up by former members of the Duma.
  • Q: 100
    • I ruled the Soviet Union after the death of Lenin. My name is related to the Russian word meaning “steel.”
    • Who am I?
  • A: 100 Stalin
  • Q: 200
    • True or False?
    • The Berlin Wall divided the entire country of Germany. The West was democratic and the East was communist.
  • A: 200 False
    • The Berlin Wall did not divide the country just the city of Berlin.
  • Q: 300
    • True or False
    • Germany was reunified after the collapse of the Soviet Union
  • A: 300 False
  • Q: 400 In what year was the Berlin wall built and in what year was it dismantled?
  • A: 400 1961, 1989
  • Q: 500
    • What were some of the effects of German reunification?
  • A: 500
    • West Germany absorbed most of the cost of rebuilding East Germany.
    • East German businesses collapsed when competing with West German businesses.
    • Most of former GDR de-industrialized, causing a 25% unemployment rate in some parts of the country.
    • Many West Germans resented East Germans
  • Q:100
    • Use abdicate in a sentence
  • A:100
    • Nicholas II was forced to abdicate his throne during the February Revolution.
  • Q: 200 Stalin controlled the country’s agriculture by setting up _______.
  • A: 200
    • Collective farms
  • Q: 300
    • Give a specific example of puppet government during the Cold War.
  • A: 300 Ex. The Soviet Union controlled the governments of countries such as Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, etc.
  • Q: 400 Explain the significance of Stalin’s Five-Year Plans.
  • A: 400
    • Stalin’s Five-Year Plans were sets of economic goals put in place to strengthen the country, such as building more factories and increasing production
  • Q: 500
    • What was the significance of the Potsdam conference?
  • A: 500
    • The Potsdam conference determined how Germany would be divided among the Ally powers.
  • Q:100
    • WWII began when Germany invaded_______________
  • A: 100
    • Poland
  • Q: 200
    • Which of the following leaders was not part of the axis powers?
    • Adolf Hitler
    • Benito Mussolini
    • Joseph Stalin
  • A: 200
    • Joseph Stalin
  • Q: 300 List three Ally powers and three Axis powers.
  • A: 300
    • Allies- United Kingdom, United States, Soviet Union, France
    • Axis- Japan, Germany, Italy
  • Q: 400
    • Name the battle located on Soviet territory that was considered to be the turning point of the war.
  • A: 400 Battle of Stalingrad
  • Q: 500 Name the two cities where atomic bombs were dropped in Japan.
  • A: 500 Hiroshima, Nagasaki
    • Before and after photographs of Nagasaki
  • Q: 100
    • Name the breed of dog shown below
  • A: 100
    • Golden Retriever
  • Q: 200
    • I was an alliance of Eastern European nations which refused to trade or cooperate with nations belonging to NATO. What am I?
  • A: 200
    • Warsaw Pact
  • Q: 300 Name the artist of the painting below
  • A: 300
    • Vincent Van Gogh
  • Q: 400 Name the video game shown below
  • A: 400 Frogger
  • Q: 500
    • Put the events below in chronological order. Place a 1 next to the event that happened first.
    • Battle of Stalingrad
    • October Revolution
    • Germany invades Poland
    • Berlin wall is built
    • Treaty of Versailles is signed
    • WWI begins
    • Atomic bomb is dropped on Hiroshima
  • A: 500
    • Battle of Stalingrad 5
    • October Revolution 2
    • Germany invades Poland 4
    • Berlin wall is built 7
    • Treaty of Versailles is signed 3
    • WWI begins 1
    • Atomic bomb is dropped on Hiroshima 6