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ch 28 review

Chapter 28 WH Test Review

Renounced war as an instrument of policy Kellogg-Briand Pact
Liberated young women of the Jazz age Flappers
A one-party dictatorship that tries to regulate all aspects of its citizens' lives Totalitarian State
An artistic movement that tries to portray the workings of the unconscious Surrealism
A system of brutal Russian labor camps Gulag
Nazi secret police Gestapo
Militant supporters of Benito Mussolini Black Shirts
"night of broken glass" Kristallnacht
Encouraged world wide communist revolution Comintern
A class of wealthy farmers whom Stalin destroyed Kulaks
What was a result of prohibition, which was made law in the US in 1919? An increase in organized crime
In 1928, Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin
How did the League of Nations respond when Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931? It condemned Japan's action but did nothing to stop it
US President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed a massive package of Depression relief called the New Deal
What was a key characteristic of fascism in the 1920s and 1930s? Supremacy of the state
On Stalin's Collectives The government provided tractors, fertilizers, and seeds
Stalin attempted to make the cultural life of the Soviet Union more Russian by promoting a policy of Russification
France occupied Germany's coal-rich Ruhr Valley in 1923 Because Germany had fallen behind in reparations
What 1924 agreement reduced German reparations and provided US loans to Germany? Dawes Plan
In 1935, the Nazis passed the Nuremberg laws, which Deprived Jews of German Citizenship
In Britain during the 1920s, the Labour party supported A gradual move toward socialism
What was the state of the economy of the United States in the 1920s? The economy had become strong during the war and it continued to grow rapidly/the US became the world's leading economic power
In the early 1930s, what contributed to the spread of economic problems around the world? Governments raised tariffs to protect their economies
What was a drawback of being among the Soviet elite under Stalin? The elite often suffered from Stalin's purge
What was a cause of Stalin's Great Purge? He feared rival party leaders
What measure did the Nazis take that was a rejection of the Versailles treaty? They re-armed Germany
Which group sharply criticized the Weimar Republic as too weak and longed for another strong leader like Bismarck? Conservative Germans
The Eastern European nations that were carved out of old European empires after World War I Lacked capital to develop Industry
Which of the following could be described as a conservative reaction to the rapid changes in society in the US after World War I? The Scopes Trial
Under Mussolini's rule in Italy there was a one-party dictatorship
After most of Ireland became self-governing in 1922, why did the Irish Republican Army (IRA) continue to fight the British? Northern Ireland remained under British rule
Sigmund Freud's method of studying how the mind works and treating mental disorders is called Psychoanalysis
Eventually, right-wing dictators emerged in every Eastern European country except Czechoslovakia and Finland
What was the appeal of Mussolini's fascist government to Italians? The fascists ended political feuding in government
Which of the following was a result of the work of Madam Curie and Albert Einstein? The discovery of atomic fission
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