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  • OGT Scavenger HuntPart II

    Mr. WestfallsWorld Studies

  • 1. In what ways did the Treaty of Versailles establish conditions that

    led to the outbreak of World War II?

    Germany Accept war guilt, pay war reparations, give up colonies and disarm

    Led to the rise of dictators such as Hitler

  • 2. What was the Bolshevik revolution?

    A Marxist Communist Revolution in Russia to overthrow the Autocratic Czar

    Led by VI Lenin

  • 3. Explain the reasons for the division of Palestine by the U.N. resolution in

    1947. Palestine was divided for

    a Jewish homeland after WWII

    Was a plan to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict

  • 4. What were the names of the two opposing Chinese leaders in the

    Chinese Communist Revolution?Mao Zedong

    Leader of the Communist forces

    Chiang Kia-Shek Leader of the

    Nationalist forces

  • 5. The United States, Canada and western European allies formed the North

    Atlantic Treaty Organization in 1949 to aid any member nation at a time of war. What was the communist answer to this

    treaty and who was involved?

    Warsaw Pact Soviet Union, Poland, Germany, Czech and Hungary

  • 6. Name three of the six new technologies and practices of warfare used in World War I.

    Trench warfare, gas, machine gun, tanks, airplane, long range artillery

  • 7. What impact did the Russian Revolution have on World War I?

    Weakened the Allies due to the Russian withdraw

    Two front to a One Front war

  • 8. What country was carved up after World War I into the countries of

    Yugoslavia, Austria, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia?

    Austria-Hungary

  • 9. The death of Vladimir Lenin led to the rule of Joseph Stalin (

    ) in the U.S.S.R., what were some of the tactics used by Stalin to maintain his control over the Soviet

    Union? Famine,

    purges and secret police

  • 10. Define and explain the global impact of disarmament, worldwide depression, and the rise of totalitarian states after

    World War I.

    WWII

  • 11. Which presidents were in office during World War I and World War

    II?WWI

    Woodrow WilsonWWII

    FDR & Truman

  • 12. What was the relationship between the Vietnam War and the Cold War?

    Containment

  • 13. What event finally pushed the allies to declare war on Hitler and the Nazis, to

    prevent their conquest of Europe?

    Invasion of Poland

    Violated Appeasement

  • 14. Other than the use of atomic weapons, name and explain two of

    the other five consequences of World War II.

    Cold War United Nations Marshall Plan Partition of Israel

  • 15. Give an example of the conflict between security and democracy

    that the U.S. faced after 1945.

    Red Scare Counter-Culture

  • 16. At the end of World War II the Soviet Union liberated the countries

    of Eastern Europe from Nazi Germany. How did the occupation

    of these countries contribute the development of the Cold War?

    Iron Curtain fed into the fear of the spread of communism

  • 17. Other than militarism name two of the other three causes of World War I.

    M ilitarism A lliances I mperialism N ationalism

  • 18. Explain the importance of the Marshall Plan with relation to the

    Cold War. Provided aide

    to war torn European nations to prevent the spread of communism

  • 19. Define dtente and describe the treaty that resulted from this policy.

    Improved relations between the US and the Soviet Union

    SALT Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

  • 20. What was Neville Chamberlains policy toward Hitler and his desire

    for the expansion of Germany? British Prime Minister believed the policy of

    Appeasement. is a policy of accepting the imposed conditions of an

    aggressor in lieu of armed resistance, usually at the sacrifice of principles

    My good friends, for the second time in our history, a British Prime Minister has returned from Germany bringing peace with honor. I believe it is peace for our time. Neville Chamberlain, 1938

  • 21. What factors led to the rise of dictatorships in former colonies?

    Former military occupation was what they were used to.

  • 22. What were the major reasons for the fall of the Soviet Union?

    Glasnost = openness Churches opened Political prisoners

    released Banned authors

    allowed to publish books

    Ok for reporters to criticize officials

    Perestroika = economic Managers of

    farms and factories could make more decisions on their own

    People could open small private businesses

    Tried to preserve communism

    Democratization Gradual opening

    of the political system

    Election of a new group of lawmakers

    Communist Party no longer chose all candidates

    Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev

  • 23. What incident in Cuba was embarrassing to the U.S. and resulted in the Soviets placing

    missiles 90 miles off the coast of Florida?

    Bay of Pigs

  • 24. Name two ethnic conflicts in the Post-Cold War era?

    Rwanda Bosnia Iraq

  • 25. Identify two causes of the Great Depression.

    Bank failure Easy credit Buying stocks on margin Stock market crash

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