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Tech 21 WH — Study Resources for Unit 7, 1900-1950

Here is the Quizlet.

Below are the RPs:

  1. Which nation committed what came to be known as the “Rape of Nanking”?
    1. Japan
  2. Name the place that was bombed by Japan; this led to US involvement in WWII.
    1. Pearl Harbor
  3. Name the term: An official ban on trade with a particular country
    1. embargo
  4. Name the person: This US President was elected to office 4 times.
    1. Roosevelt
  5. Name the country: This nation was able to produce as much in its factories as Japan, Italy, and Germany combined.
    1. USA
  6. BONSITI: Name the term: The intentional destruction of an entire people group (race, ethnicity, etc).
    1. genocide
  1. Who painted Guernica?
    1. Picasso
  2. Who was behind the bombing of Guernica?
    1. Franco, Luftwaffe
  3. Which is harsher: totalitarianism or authoritarianism?
    1. Totalitarianism
  4. Who took over the USSR after Lenin’s death?
    1. Stalin
  5. Who coined the term fascism?
    1. Mussolini
  6. What was the name of Hitler’s political party?
    1. Nazis
  7. BONSI: This was the spread of information through new technologies like the newspaper and radio that allowed for everyone to be consuming a shared reality. This also helped leaders like Mussolini and Hitler to spread their propaganda.
    1. mass culture
  1. Who is the father of modern psychology?
    1. Sigmund Freud
  2. Who was the philosopher that created modern socialism?
    1. Karl Marx
  3. Who led the Russian Revolution of 1917 and therefore started the Soviet Union?
    1. Vladimir Lenin
  4. BONSU: What was #3s political party called?
    1. Bolsheviks
  5. Who led a group of women to illegally vote in the US Presidential election of 1872?
    1. Susan B. Anthony
  6. What economic event was triggered by the US stock market crash of 1929?
    1. Great Depression
    1. Name 3 of the 5 causes of WWI.
      1. Militarism, Alliances, Nationalism, Imperialism, Assassination
    2. A region of many cultures and ethnic groups north of Greece that included the nation of Serbia. This is where the Archduke was killed.
      1. Balkans
    3. Name 2 of the 3 main Central Powers
      1. Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungary
    4. Name 2 of the 3 main Allied Powers — not including the late-arriving USA
      1. Russia, France, Britain
    5. This was the corpse-strewn, rat-infested, artillery-annihilated land in between the opposing trenches.
      1. No Man’s Land!!!!!!!!!!
    6. Under this US President, America entered WWI.
      1. Wilson
    7. This was the term for the payments that Germany had to pay the Allies after WWI.
      1. reparations
    8. This was an assembly of sixty countries that agreed to work together for world peace following WWI.
      1. League of Nations
    9. BONSUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU: The United States would not join #10 because the people did not want any more foreign entanglements. This is an attitude called _______________.
      1. isolationism

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tech21 WH

  • Name 3 of the 5 causes of WWI.
    • Assassination
    • Imperialism
    • Nationalism
    • Alliances
    • Militarism
  • A region of many cultures and ethnic groups north of Greece that included the nation of Serbia. This is where the Archduke was killed.
    • Balkans
  • Name 2 of the 3 main Central Powers
    • Germany, Austria-Hungary, or Turkish Ottomans
  • Name 2 of the 3 main Allied Powers — not including the late-arriving USA
    • France, GB, Russia
  • This was the corpse-strewn, rat-infested, artillery-annihilated land in between the opposing trenches.
    • No Man’s Land
  • Under this US President, America entered WWI.
    • Wilson
  • This was the term for the payments that Germany had to pay the Allies after WWI.
    • reparations
  • This was an assembly of sixty countries that agreed to work together for world peace following WWI.
    • League of Nations
  • BONSUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU: The United States would not join #10 because the people did not want any more foreign entanglements. This is an attitude called _______________.
    • isolationism