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WWII and 2nd Review

WWII for Review

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Who blamed the Jews for Germany's problems? Hitler
Who was the fascist leader in Italy? Mussolini
Who forced peasant into collective farming? Joseph Stalin
Germany invades Poland - 1939 Was the beginning of WWII
D – Day 1944 Allied invasion in Normandy France.
Atomic Bombs Dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki - 1945 Japan surrenders to USA
What was it the division of Western and Eastern Europe AFTER WWII called? Iron Curtain
What is Communism? (Stalin) a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party (controlled by the government)
What type of government did Rome have? Republic
What helped lead to the start of WWII? Treaty of Versailles
Greece has what type of geography? Extremely Mountainious
What did the end of the Soviet Union Cause? caused many Eastern European countries to pursure free-market economies
What is an example of genocide? Nazi's eliminating millions of Jews
Hitler and Mussolini led? fascist states
How did dictators gained power in Europe between WWI and WWII Governments failed to meet the needs of the people.
The end of communism in the Soviet Union caused many Eastern European countries Seek out market economies
What does the United Nations do? provide a way of solving world problems
Why type of culture would most likely borrow "ideas" from another culture? A culture with many immigrants
Who invented the dome? Rome
Who invented democracy? Greeks
How did the rats with black death carrying fleas get to Europe? Merchant ships coming from China
What is NATO? The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, is a political-military alliance made up of 28 member countries, including the United States. Formed in 1949
What did the destruction of Berlin Wall signify? Ending of the Cold War
What ancient culture had city-states? Greece
What is an oligarchy? A government ruled by a few
What does putting limits on a government provide for that country? personal and economic freedoms
Which continent did Ancient Rome have the most control over during their reign? Europe
What is capitalism? is an economic system that is based on private ownership of the means of production and the creation of goods or services for profit.
What are examples of adapting to your environment building houses, irrigating farmland, building roads and heating and cooling your house
Where are Romania and Slovenia located? Eastern Europe
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