5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Jim Jones
- Alan Garcia
- Venezuelan oil
- Dirty War
- a found off the coast, can make them RICH!
- b The current President of Peru.
- c Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
- d cult leader who founded a colony in Guyana, a suicide-murder spree in a jungle religious commune, founded by Rev. Jim Jones, took the lives of about 900 members of the San Francisco-based People's Temple.
- e State sponsored violence and terrorism in Argentina
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Because of its long, narrow profile and position adjacent to the Pacific Ocean and Andes Mountains, Chile has a unique topography and climate. Northern Chile is home to the Atacama Desert, which has one of the lowest rainfall totals in the world.
By contrast, Santiago, is located midway along Chile's length and lies in a Mediterranean temperate valley between the coast mountains and the Andes. Santiago itself has hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The southern inland portion of the country is covered with forests while the coast is a maze of fjords, inlets, canals, peninsulas and islands. The climate in this area is cold and wet.
- Chile. In 1973 he overthrew the government and most of the government was murdered. Over 15 years, he led a reign of terror. He dissolved congress, and banned other political parties, and over 85,000 citizens were murdered and others were tortured. And in 1989, he was voted out of office but still remained a military leader. He also wrote the Amnesty Law of 1978, exculpates any person who committed crimes between Sept. 11, 1973-March 10, 1978. He was arrested in the UK by a Spanish judge and died while under house arrest in Chile in 2006.
- Tenant farmer in Colombia
- the longest river in South America, flowing from the Andes Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean, located primarily across Brazil
5 True/False Questions
FARC → ...
Juan & Eva Peron → Colombia
Carnival → Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
Taxing Drugs → FARC makes $300 million per year from this
Rio de Janeiro → cult leader who founded a colony in Guyana, a suicide-murder spree in a jungle religious commune, founded by Rev. Jim Jones, took the lives of about 900 members of the San Francisco-based People's Temple.