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Good Day!  DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write:   Date:  03/17/10 , Topic:  Cold War Asia 2) On the next lin...
 
Agenda 1)  Chinese Civil War 2)  Korean War 3)  North Korea End Goal, you will be able to… 1)  What should we do with Nort...
Review 1)   Containment Theory (1946) :  US diplomat George Kennan writes the need to  stop communist aggression, but not ...
West Europe Becomes Socialist :  Ppl vote to raises taxes to expand welfare services ( big gov ) Reasons: a)  Fear of spre...
3)   Marshal Plan (1947) :  US plan to spend  $13 bil (08: $100 bil) to rebuild Eur, prevent communism
4)   Berlin Blockade (1948-1949) :  Stalin blocks off Berlin, US flies 1,398 supply flights a day (1/m). This exp. helps u...
Berlin Wall (1961)
Berlin Wall (1961)
5)   United Nations (1945) :  New league of nations created with a  Security Council  of the world powers to enforce the U...
6)   Cold War (1946-1991) :  Conflict between  US allied nations  and  Soviet allied nations  that never broke out in real...
7)  Hungary (1948) :  USSR placed Com. dictator in control ( 1956: Nagy tries to lead rebellion, but fails, assassinated )...
Notes #25b , Title: “ Start of Cold War ”   9)   NATO (1949) and WARSAW (1955) :  US and W Eur create mutual protection  N...
 
10)   Nuclear Arms Race (US: 1945, USSR: 1949) :  USSR fear US will use, if they don’t have it too. ( UK: 1952, France: 19...
 
11)   Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD) :  Peace is maintained as long as each side has  2 nd  strike  ability to  catastro...
 
Review 1)   Mao Zedong (1893-1976) :  Leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 2)   CCP wins Civil War (1949) :  CCP ki...
4)   38 th  Parallel :  USSR keeps promises to stop at 38 th  Parallel, Korea split in 2 5)   North Korea :  USSR backed K...
7)   Korean War (1950-1953) :  North invades S, almost wins, US lands, almost wins, China lands, tie, cease fire ( still n...
Review 1)  Chinese Nationalist Party: Kuomintang/KMT (1912) : Sun’s attempt to create a party to unify China, gets help fr...
10)   Proxy Wars :  US + USSR fund wars in countries that haven’t picked sides yet ( mostly former colonies )
 
Communist China under Mao (1893-1976)
Notes #27a , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ”   1)   Cult of Mao :  Mao uses media and writing ( Little Red Book ) to create...
Notes #27a , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ”   1)   Cult of Mao :  Mao uses media and writing ( Little Red Book ) to create...
 
2)   Great Leap Forward (1958-1966) :  Farmers put into mass collectives ( poor lost land Mao promised,  output plummets, ...
3)   Cultural Revolution (1966-76) :  Movement to erase old ways ( tradition+capitalism ), purifying the country for commu...
Work #27a , Title “ North Korean Economy ” 1)  Copy Source Title:   To Live 2…)  Discuss questions on the board with a par...
 
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Notes #27a , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ”   1)   Cult of Mao :  Mao uses media and writing ( Little Red Book ) to create...
Notes #27b , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ”   5)   Taiwan and Korea Student Protest :  Students demand political rights th...
Notes #27b , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ”   6)   Asian Tiger :  South Korea and Taiwan transform from capitalist dictato...
 
Korean Airlines (USSR: 1983, NK: 1987)
 
 
 
7)   Kim Jung Il :  Son of Kim Il Sung, pursues nuclear program for protection (has sold tech) 8)   Self Reliance (Juche) ...
Work #27a , Title “ North Korean Economy ” 1)  Copy Source Title:   Children of N. Korea 2…)  Discuss questions on the boa...
Homework:  1)   Test 2 on Monday Workbook Check:  If your name is called, drop off your workbook with Mr. Chiang ( if requ...
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031710 World Cold War Asia 100m

  1. 1. Good Day! DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 03/17/10 , Topic: Cold War Asia 2) On the next line, write “ Opener #27 ” and then: 1) Plot your mood, reflect in 1 sent . 2) Respond to the opener by writing at least 2 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Other things going on in the news. Announcements: None Intro Music: Untitled
  2. 3. Agenda 1) Chinese Civil War 2) Korean War 3) North Korea End Goal, you will be able to… 1) What should we do with North Korea? Reminder 1) Test 2 on Monday (study guide onl)
  3. 4. Review 1) Containment Theory (1946) : US diplomat George Kennan writes the need to stop communist aggression, but not roll back . 2) Iron Curtain (1946) : UK Churchill says an Iron Curtain has split Eur: West (US) vs. East (USSR)
  4. 5. West Europe Becomes Socialist : Ppl vote to raises taxes to expand welfare services ( big gov ) Reasons: a) Fear of spread of communism b) Gig gov had won WWII, and the country was so wrecked that they thought only gov can fix c) Poor and returning soldiers needed help Key Distinction (Capitalism – Socialism – Communism): While W. Europe becomes socialist, they do so under free democratic elections , unlike in communist E. Europe where there are no elections , and gov controls everything , not just areas of social services.
  5. 6. 3) Marshal Plan (1947) : US plan to spend $13 bil (08: $100 bil) to rebuild Eur, prevent communism
  6. 7. 4) Berlin Blockade (1948-1949) : Stalin blocks off Berlin, US flies 1,398 supply flights a day (1/m). This exp. helps unify US and Ger.
  7. 8. Berlin Wall (1961)
  8. 9. Berlin Wall (1961)
  9. 10. 5) United Nations (1945) : New league of nations created with a Security Council of the world powers to enforce the UN’s will a) General Assembly: Every Country - 1 Vote b) Security Council: 5 Permanent Members w Veto Power ( US, UK, France , China, USSR ), 10 Non-permanent No Veto Power
  10. 11. 6) Cold War (1946-1991) : Conflict between US allied nations and Soviet allied nations that never broke out in real direct war ( though plenty of proxy indirect wars ) Greece and Turkey (1947) : Soviets ( really Yugoslavs ) support Communist revolution, US donates $400 mil + successfully stop it.
  11. 12. 7) Hungary (1948) : USSR placed Com. dictator in control ( 1956: Nagy tries to lead rebellion, but fails, assassinated ) 8) Czechoslovakia (1948) : USSR placed Com. dictator in control ( 1968: Dubcek tries to give ppl indiv. but fails b/c USSR invades )
  12. 13. Notes #25b , Title: “ Start of Cold War ” 9) NATO (1949) and WARSAW (1955) : US and W Eur create mutual protection NATO alliance. USSR forces E Eur to join Warsaw Pact (Red) . North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO): USA Canada UK France (but, won't submit to NATO military command) W. Germany Italy Greece Turkey
  13. 15. 10) Nuclear Arms Race (US: 1945, USSR: 1949) : USSR fear US will use, if they don’t have it too. ( UK: 1952, France: 1960, China: 1964, India: 1974 )
  14. 17. 11) Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD) : Peace is maintained as long as each side has 2 nd strike ability to catastrophically retaliate .
  15. 19. Review 1) Mao Zedong (1893-1976) : Leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 2) CCP wins Civil War (1949) : CCP kinder to ppl, less corrupt, + less foreign 3) Taiwan : Chiang + KMT flee to island: Taiwan (US keep CCP from finishing off KMT)
  16. 20. 4) 38 th Parallel : USSR keeps promises to stop at 38 th Parallel, Korea split in 2 5) North Korea : USSR backed Kim Il Sung convert N. into communist dictatorship 6) South Korea : US backed Syngman Rhee convert S. into capitalist dictatorship
  17. 21. 7) Korean War (1950-1953) : North invades S, almost wins, US lands, almost wins, China lands, tie, cease fire ( still no peace treaty )
  18. 22. Review 1) Chinese Nationalist Party: Kuomintang/KMT (1912) : Sun’s attempt to create a party to unify China, gets help from Russia. Communist were active members. 2) Chiang Kai Shek (1887-1975) : Takes over KMT after Sun, attempts to unify China and purge communist. 3) Chinese Community Party/CCP (1921) : Soviets help found communist party, unique in based on farmer support. Break from KMT in 1927 4) Chinese Civil War (1927–1949) : Chiang conquers warlords in north.
  19. 23. 10) Proxy Wars : US + USSR fund wars in countries that haven’t picked sides yet ( mostly former colonies )
  20. 25. Communist China under Mao (1893-1976)
  21. 26. Notes #27a , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ” 1) Cult of Mao : Mao uses media and writing ( Little Red Book ) to create worship to him. ( Mao does improve women rights. ) 2) Great Leap Forward (1958-1966) : Farmers put into mass collectives ( poor lost land Mao promised, output plummets, no incentive ), ppl asked to create mini-metal works ( poor quality ) 3) Cultural Revolution (1966-76) : Movement to erase old ways ( tradition+capitalism ), purifying the country for communism, generation loses education as schools+univ close, sent to farms 4) Red Guard : Students were given chance to be revolutionary and given power to punish resistance to Mao.
  22. 27. Notes #27a , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ” 1) Cult of Mao : Mao uses media and writing ( Little Red Book ) to create worship to him. ( Mao does improve women rights. )
  23. 29. 2) Great Leap Forward (1958-1966) : Farmers put into mass collectives ( poor lost land Mao promised, output plummets, no incentive ), ppl asked to create mini-metal works ( poor quality )
  24. 30. 3) Cultural Revolution (1966-76) : Movement to erase old ways ( tradition+capitalism ), purifying the country for communism, generation loses education as schools+univ close, sent to farms 4) Red Guard : Students were given chance to be revolutionary and given power to punish resistance to Mao.
  25. 31. Work #27a , Title “ North Korean Economy ” 1) Copy Source Title: To Live 2…) Discuss questions on the board with a partner. Summarize your discussion ( include their name at the end ). Remember participation points are deducted if off task. 5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Work Sections
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  27. 36. Notes #27a , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ” 1) Cult of Mao : Mao uses media and writing ( Little Red Book ) to create worship to him. ( Mao does improve women rights. ) 2) Great Leap Forward (1958-1966) : Farmers put into mass collectives ( poor lost land Mao promised, output plummets, no incentive ), ppl asked to create mini-metal works ( poor quality ) 3) Cultural Revolution (1966-76) : Movement to erase old ways ( tradition+capitalism ), purifying the country for communism, generation loses education as schools+univ close, sent to farms 4) Red Guard : Students were given chance to be revolutionary and given power to punish resistance to Mao.
  28. 37. Notes #27b , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ” 5) Taiwan and Korea Student Protest : Students demand political rights through 50s-90s.
  29. 38. Notes #27b , Title: “ Asia Cold War Notes ” 6) Asian Tiger : South Korea and Taiwan transform from capitalist dictatorships to capitalist democracies.
  30. 40. Korean Airlines (USSR: 1983, NK: 1987)
  31. 44. 7) Kim Jung Il : Son of Kim Il Sung, pursues nuclear program for protection (has sold tech) 8) Self Reliance (Juche) : N. Korea (and Cuba) are only true communist economies left. Kim wants 100% self-reliance ( severe famine )
  32. 45. Work #27a , Title “ North Korean Economy ” 1) Copy Source Title: Children of N. Korea 2…) Discuss questions on the board with a partner. Summarize your discussion ( include their name at the end ). Remember participation points are deducted if off task. 5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Work Sections
  33. 46. Homework: 1) Test 2 on Monday Workbook Check: If your name is called, drop off your workbook with Mr. Chiang ( if requested, points lost if your workbook is not turned in )

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