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  1. Manchurian Crisis
  2. Dollfuss
  3. Breshnev
  4. Glasnost
  5. Lebensraum
  1. a policy of openness, allowed freedom of speech in reguards to government in Soviet Union to find problems within the system
  2. b -leader of Christian Socialists in Austria, elimated other political parties, assassinated in attempted Nazi coup
    -tried to keep Austrian autonomy
  3. c -Japan, led by emperor Tojo, expands into Korea and moves in on Manchuria
    -China files complaint with League of Nations, League agrees that Japan was violating China's soverignty, Japan withdrew from the League
    -Japanese captured Manchuria and renamed it Manchuko, became an integral part of Japan, Japan went on to conquer the Pacific Rim
  4. d -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. e "living space", Hitler wanted to defeat Russia and conwuer Ukraine to expand Germany's boarders

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. -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
  2. -Polish dock worker, formed union called solidarity, alowed for short time by Soviet Union
    -became political partym supported by pope, worked towards Polish independance, elected first president
    -didn't have power or skills, military group takes over
  3. -Hitler determined to take city, Stalin determined to hold it
    -battle waged for months, Russians had very high casualties but prevailed in end
    -turning point of Russian campaign, able to gain and keep offensive, pushed west
  4. -led by Nagi - soviet leader who wanted to institute democratic principles inside Hungary, Allies do not assist attempt
    -Red Army puts down revolt, leaers of revolt publically executed
  5. prime minister of Great Britain during WWII, early critic of Hitler, the Nazis, and appeasment, established close relationship with American president FDR

5 True/False Questions

  1. Berlin Wall-Red Army first creates human wall around east Berlin, no Allied retaliation
    -Soviet Union begins building walls - 12 feet high, watch towers, attack dogs
    -5000 people cross wall, only 100 die

          

  2. Rhineland-territory within Czechoslovakia, had German majority of citizens, Nazis used propaganda to influence them
    -Nazis call for self determination in Sudentenland, Czechs refuse

          

  3. British Economy-total war economy, all political parties cooperated under coalition government
    -propaganda - BBC
    -massive recycling programs
    -increased production, near zero unemployment, more disposable income, raised taxes, few commercial goods, increased in price
    -encouraged davings
    -sent children into countryside during German bombings, health conditions improved
    -food scarce for civilians, transportation for war goods, maximum farm production

          

  4. Berchtesgaden-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. Blitzkrieg"lightning warfare", employed fast-moving, massed armored columns supported by airpower

          

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