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Europe review game p2

  1. 1. To promote unity within Europe, the ________was established to help boost the economy andprevent future conflicts. Today, it helps govern 27 member countries.
  2. 2.  The European Union
  3. 3. The ____________ is one of the most fertile and desirable agricultural regions in the worldstretching across Europe from France all the way to Russia.
  4. 4.  North European Plain
  5. 5.  Much of Europe has a relatively mild climate because of warm ocean currents like the _____________.
  6. 6.  The North Atlantic Drift
  7. 7.  In 1989, East Germany finally agreed to takedown the _____________ which had separated the citizens of the city for nearly 30 years.
  8. 8.  The Berlin Wall
  9. 9.  These mountains are sometimes called “TheGreat Divide” because they separate Europe from Asia.
  10. 10.  Ural Mountains
  11. 11.  Serbian leader _________ led his fellow Serbs in two wars during the 1990’s. In these campaigns, the Serbians committed acts of atrocity such as ethnic cleansing . He was arrested in 2001 for crimes against humanity but died before he could be sentenced.
  12. 12.  Slobodon Milosevic
  13. 13. The ______ are the most famous mountain chainin Europe arcing across France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and into the Balkan Peninsula.
  14. 14.  The Alps
  15. 15.  In 1913, the Irish Republican Army was formed. One of their main goals was the opposition of __________________.
  16. 16.  British occupation of Ireland
  17. 17.  The countries of Spain and Portugal occupy this peninsula.
  18. 18.  The Iberian Peninsula
  19. 19.  U shaped valleys caused by glaciation, commonly found in Norway are known as _____.
  20. 20.  Fjords
  21. 21.  This leader infamously invaded Russia with a600,000 man army during winter. Only 40,000 ofhis men survived and this is considered one of the greatest military disasters in history.
  22. 22.  Napoleon
  23. 23.  The Mediterranean Sea is the largest sea inEurope. It is the center of life and trade not onlyfor Europe, but parts of Asia and Africa as well. The name Mediterranean literally translates to __________________.
  24. 24.  Middle Earth
  25. 25.  Approximately how many people died as a result of the Black Death? (figure in millions)
  26. 26.  25-50 million

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