World History: Wars of Ideology

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World History: Wars of Ideology

  1. 1. WARS OF IDEOLOGYCold War Hits US, Central America, Europe, and Asia
  2. 2. Communist Country in the Making “A journey of a thousand milesbegins with a single step” – Chinese saying
  3. 3. Cold War Begins: Negotiating the End of WWIIOccupation of Germany Occupation of Japan
  4. 4. Cold War Begins: Iron Curtain
  5. 5. SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTIONPause the slidecast and take note of the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q1. What two countries did the US and their WWII allies occupy after WWII?
  6. 6. COLD WAR BEGINS Berlin Blockade and Airlift
  7. 7. Cold War Begins: Seeking Security NATO Arms Race Above: NATO member countries in 1949 Right: Fallout shelters were built in fear ofa nuclear attack, you can see the signs fromthis time period today. Click here to see the video kids watched in school to prepare
  8. 8. Cold War Begins: Korean War
  9. 9. Cold War Heats UpBerlin Wall Above: Building of the Berlin Wall in August of 1961 Left: Completed Berlin Wall in front of the Brandenburg Gate
  10. 10. Cold War Heats Up: Hungarian Revolt Click here to listen to testimony of a man who lived through the revolt
  11. 11. Cold War Heats UpMission: Space China’s Great Leap Forward Left: Scientist working on Sputnik before its launch into space Above: Propaganda poster for steel production, “Take steel as the principle, lead forward in all fields.”
  12. 12. SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTIONPause the slidecast and take note of the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q2. What was the Space Race? Who was the first country to have a satellite in space?
  13. 13. COLD WAR HEATS UPCuban Missile Crisis
  14. 14. Cold War Heats Up: China’s Cultural Revolution Above: Propaganda poster Far Left: Students pledging allegiance to Zedong Left: Cultural Revolution propaganda poster that depicts Mao Zedong above a group of soldiers called the Peoples Liberation Army with the caption “The People’s Liberation Army of China is a great school for Mao Zedong Thought.”
  15. 15. SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTIONPause the slidecast and take note of the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q3. Who led China’s Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution?
  16. 16. COLD WAR HEATS UPWar in Vietnam
  17. 17. Cold War Heats UpSoviets Invade Czechoslovakia Man on the Moon Left: Life covers the story of the Soviets crushing the “Prague Spring” Top Left: Czech youngsters holding Czechoslovakian flags stand atop of an overturned truck as other Prague residents surround Soviet tanks in downtown Prague, Aug. 21, 1968 Right: Neil Armstrong is the first man on the Moon
  18. 18. Cold War Comes to an EndHelsinki AccordsDétenteSoviets InvadeAfghanistan Above: Nixon visits Brezhnev in the Soviet Union Far Left: Time Magazine depicts détente with Ford and Brezhnev Left: Soviet tanks enter Afghanistan
  19. 19. SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTIONPause the slidecast and take note of the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q4. What does détente mean? How was it good for the Cold War?
  20. 20. Cold War Comes to an End: Changes in the Soviet Union Berlin Wall Falls, Summit Diplomacy Gorbachev Resigns US President Ronald Reagan andSoviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev
  21. 21. SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTIONPause the slidecast and take note of the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)Q5. Which American and Soviet leader practiced summit diplomacy in the 1980s?
  22. 22. Picture Citations Slide 2  Slide 9  newspaper.li  cs.utah.edu Slide 3  bbc.co.uk  sodahead.com  Slide 10  commons.wikimedia.org  en.wikipedia.org  hdg.de  libcom.org Slide 4  nytimes.com  johndclare.net  Slide 11  uncyclopedia.wikia.com  mentallandscape.com Slide 6  en.wikipedia.org  britannica.com  Slide 13  spiritoffreedom.org  johndclare.net Slide 7  mitchellarchives.com  britannica.com  unimaps.com  ourlovelywords.wordpress.com  picturehistory.com  delagostti-industries.com  spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk  imprint.printmag.com  Slide 14 Slide 8  wikipedia.org  users.erols.com  members.fortunecity.com  archives.gov  yesnet.yk.ca  sydwalker.info
  23. 23. Picture Citations Continued . . . Slide 16  wikipedia.org  dmschwessinger.edu.glogster.com  tampabay.com  vietnampix.com Slide 17  soviethammer.info  discussions.mnhs.org  inspiremykids.com Slide 18  wikipedia.org  historyspalding.blogspot.com Slide 20  padresteve.com  time.com  vanityfair.com  evropskemesto.cz  riotsqurrrl.tumblr.com  lindsayfincher.com
  24. 24. SLIDECAST EXIT SUMMARY Click Here to go to the Slidecast Exit Summary questions

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