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5 Matching questions

  1. Brezhnev Era
  2. Deutsche Mark
  3. Khrushchev
  4. West Germany (FRG)
  5. Nationalism in the Soviet Union
  1. a Originally there were 3 sectors (French, British, and US) they all combined to form one democratic sector
  2. b many different ethnicities in the Soviet union= tensions and people defended their own ethnicity
  3. c Soviet statesman and premier who denounced stalin (1894-1971)
  4. d This period began with high economic growth and soaring prosperity, but ended with a much weaker Soviet Union facing social, political, and economic stagnation. The average annual income stagnated, because needed economic reforms were never fully carried out.
  5. e formerly the unit of money in Germany

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Soviet organization whose purpose was to denounce Marshall Plan aid
  2. (military) containing something or someone
  3. Yeltsin became leader of the new Russian Republic after the collapse of the Soviet Union; Yeltsin opposed Gorbachev and wanted to have open markets and move toward a more democratic design.
  4. Huge state secret police formed by Ceausescu. Bloody and brutal. Killed many in the Romanian Revolution.
  5. This Polish Pope brought the world's attention to the solidarity movement of the Polish, calling for human rights. He became a hero of the Polish nation.

5 True/False questions

  1. East Germany (GDR)The communist USSR run sector of Germany, smaller than West Germany

          

  2. Stalinizationsocial process of neutralizing the influence of Joseph Stalin by revising his policies and removing monuments dedicated to him and renaming places named in his honor

          

  3. Brezhnev Doctrineadvocated a policy of support for "free people who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or by outside pressures"

          

  4. Bosnia-Herzegovina(military) containing something or someone

          

  5. Treaty of Romea common currency introduced to 11 members of the European Union in 1999. In order for Europe to become fully integrated they needed a single currency.