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  • 1. TAYLOR – @teamHISTORY 91 4/10/2014 STUDY GUIDE #7 – WORLD@WAR Name: Hour: PART A: WORLD WAR 1 (1) What were the four forces at work in Europe that helped set the stage for World War I? #841 (2) Why is the Balkan area called the “pow- der keg of Europe”? #843 (3) What event sparked WWI (but did not cause it)? #844 (4) Central Powers #845 (5) Allied Powers #845 (6) Trench warfare (western front) #847 (7) Russia struggles #849 (8) Why did the United States wish to re- main neutral during WWI? (9) What factors helped prompt the United States to join the war for the Allies? (Lusitania & Zimmerman) #852 (10) Spanish influenza of 1918 #853 (11) Goal & result of Treaty of Versailles #859 (12) Lenin & 1917 Bolshevik Revolution #868 IN-DEPTH A+C: GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY Describe significant technological innovations and scientific breakthroughs in transportation, communication, medicine, and warfare and analyze how they both benefited and imperiled humanity. WHY IT STILL MATTERS (13) UpFront: What were the long-term, global consequences of World War I?  IRAQ  ISRAEL  RUSSIA  TURKEY  VIETNAM PART B: REVOLUTIONS + NATIONALISM (14) Stalin & Soviet totalitarianism #874 (15) Soviet purges #876 (16) Role of propaganda in nationalism #880 (17) Chinese nationalism during WWI #882 (18) Mao Zedong #883 (19) China: nationalism vs. communism #884
  • 2. TAYLOR – @teamHISTORY 92 4/10/2014 (20) Japanese imperialism #886 INDIAN NATIONALISM The notes you keep about the Gandhi movie and discussion will be needed later. IN-DEPTH B: RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Determine the causes and results of the Russian Revolution from the rise of Bolsheviks through the conclusion of World War II, including the five-year plans, collectivization of agriculture, and military purges. PART C: POST WAR DISILLUSION (21) Albert Einstein #897 (22) Sigmund Freud #897 (23) Existentialism #898 (24) Surrealism #899 (25) How did the art of the 1920s reflect the times? (26) 1929 Stock Market Crash #906 (27) New Deal #909 (28) How did the Great Depression set the state for Hitler’s Nazi party? (inflation) #912 (29) Fascism #910 (30) Lebensraum #912 (31) What beliefs and goals did Hitler express in Mein Kampf? #912 PART D: WW2 AGGRESSION BEGINS (32) Japan seeks empire #915 (33) Appeasement/Munich #919 (34) Non-aggression pact #919 (35) Blitzkrieg of Poland #925 (36) Winston Churchill #927 (37) Battle of Britain #928 (38) Germany’s two-front war #928 (39) U.S. isolationism #930 OTHER IMPORTANT TOPICS Turning points in WW2 like Pearl Harbor, D- Day, and the atomic bombs are examined in U.S. History next year, so we skip them for now. The Holocaust (“Final Solution”) and Nuremberg Trials are addressed this year, after the unit test, in a separate lesson. QUESTIONS MISSED ON TEST: