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5 Matching questions

  1. August Coup
  2. Operation Barbarossa
  3. Berlin Blockade
  4. Sudentenland
  5. Atlantic Charter
  1. a Churchill and FDR start formulating plan for allied victory, based on Wilsonian principles
  2. b Politburo seizes Gorbachev, sends Red Army into Moscow, citizens rise up in protest, Politburo orders Red Army to fire upon demonstrators, army refuses, Gorbachev returns to office
  3. c code name for German invasion of Russia, delayed due to Mussolini
    -Italy invades Greece from Albania, British assist Greeks, Germans had to come in and bail Italians out, Mussolini also attackedBritish in Egypt
    -Operation launched June 22, 1941, Germany reached Leningrad by November, Hitler diverted part of his forces south to drive towards oil feilds
    -winter devastated German troops, Russian counterattack
  4. d -Berlin lies within east Germany, west Germany unified
    -Stalin blockaded west Berlin, Americans use air lift to get supplies to west Berlin, lasts for one year
  5. e -territory within Czechoslovakia, had German majority of citizens, Nazis used propaganda to influence them
    -Nazis call for self determination in Sudentenland, Czechs refuse

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Anti-Comintern Pact - between Germany and Japan, two countries had most to fear from Russian expansion, both politically opposed to Soviet union, joined by Italy
  2. -June 6, 1944 - American, British, and Canadian troops landed in force in Normandy, opened second front
    -Eisenhower commander of Allied armyampibeous assult vulnerable
  3. Sovirt Union builds nuclear installation inside Cuba, U.S. saw this as threat, Soviets pulled missels back with threat of war
  4. -draws harder line for communism, Stalin communism without purges
    -foreign policy over eastern block remains the same
    -Prague - Czechoslovakia, moves towards democratic reform, Warsaw Pact armies move into Prague, leaders of revolt executed
    -East GErmany used for resources, reunification hurt German economy
    -he had similar points of view with Nixon, foreign policy based on strength
    -Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan
  5. -starts process of de-Stalinization, goal to create kinder communist state, continues brutality over Eastern Europe

5 True/False questions

  1. Chamberlain-after WWII - continues centralization of party
    -Soviets created nuclear technology, denied it to China
    -Iron Curtain - communist republics of Eastern Europe, Stalin sees it as securing Soviet boarders

          

  2. Gorbachev-given permission by Soviet party to make very small changes to Soviet Union to help economy
    -Glasnost, Perestroika
    -moved to dismantle Red ARmy, announces to eastern block nations that they will recieve no support from the Soviet Union and that they can chose their own government
    -Democratization - allows for political parties other than communists, communist canidates unseated at local level, new parliamentary government
    -August coup failed, Soviet Union transitioned to democracy

          

  3. Kurt Schuschnigg-starts process of de-Stalinization, goal to create kinder communist state, continues brutality over Eastern Europe

          

  4. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)-Hitler's military conscription exceeds limits for standing army set by Versailles Treaty, Luftwaffe created
    -League of Nations condemns actions but takes no action to prevent them, Britain allowes Germany to have a navy less than 35% the size of the British navy

          

  5. Milosevic-forst president of Russia
    -shock therapy - quick translation from communism to capitalist economy and democracy, factors not in place, weak economy

          

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