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  1. Walesa
  2. Capture of Berlin
  3. Operation Barbarossa
  4. Battle for Britain
  5. Munich Conference
  1. a -British began naval blockade of Germany
    -Luftwaffe attacked southern British airfields, switched targets to London, bombed every night for two months, extensive damage, 15,000 killed
    -united British against the Germans
    -RAF inflicted heavy losses on Luftewaffe, Spitfire and Hurricane fighter planes, newly developed radar system
  2. b 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
  3. c -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
  4. d -Hitler, Mussolini, Chamberlain, Laudet (France)
    -Hitler threatened to go to war if he Germany didn't recieve Czechoslovakia, Czechs didn't want to, British and French followed appeasment
    -confirmation of Czechoslovakia under Germany
    -Great Britain and France promise that they will intervene if Hitlar moves against Poland
  5. e Russians advanced foreward in East, Allies insisted unconditional surrender, Hitler committed suicide in a bunker, Russians occupied Berlin by agreement with Allies

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. disarmament conference, 5 Power Treaty, number of battleships based on tonnage
  2. -Soviets don't allow for free elections in eastern Europe,
    -Truman now U.S. president, Attlee new prime minister of Great Britain
    -found lack of free elections unacceptable
    -agreement to divide Germany into four occupational zones under U.S., Great Britain, France, and Soviet Union
    -Stalin promises to cooperate with U.S. in Pacific
  3. disarmament conference, limited other parts of the Navy besides battle ships
  4. -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
  5. -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

5 True/False questions

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


  2. WWII Russia-lost the most in factories and transportation, 16 million people killed
    -everything controlled centrally from federal government
    -radios taken away, government distrusful of its people, wanted to isoate information, information broadcasted through loudspeakers
    -made amends with Orthodox church, hoped to gain conservative support
    -Kremlin - built in Moscow, government office buildings


  3. Berchtesgaden-Chamberlain and Hitler meet, Hitler clearly willing to go to war for Czechoslovakia
    -Britain asks France to break alliance with Czechoslovakia
    - Czechs forced to give up Sudentenland


  4. Detante-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


  5. German Soviet Nonagression Pact-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