SDSU Guthrie Hist106 Final Study Guide

SDSU Guthrie Hist106 Final Study Guide - Anarchism A...

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Anarchism A political philosophy which rejects the state and supports its elimination Anschluss the 1938 annexation of Austria into Greater Germany by the Nazi regime. Bakunin Russian revolutionary Part of the anarchist movement Battle of Britain Third Reich’s first major defeat Battle in the air between Germany and the Royal Air Force Bavaria The southernmost and largest state of Germany The capital is Munich Berlin Blockade June 1948 to May 1949 First major crisis of the Cold War Soviets blocked U.S., France, and Britain access to western sectors of Berlin Western powers air dropped food and supplies to get around blockade Blitzkrieg Lightning war or flash war initial bombardment followed by mobile force dispatch attacking with speed and surprise to prevent an enemy from implementing a coherent defense Bloody Sunday 2,000 killed by Nazis in Poland at onset of WWII Bolshevik A faction of the RSDLP that eventually became the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Seized control of Russia during the October Revolution Founded the Soviet Union Founded by Vladimir Lenin A.k.a. “The Majority” Brest-Litovsk Treaty signed March 1918 to mark Russia’s exit from WWI Signed by Russian SFSR and Central Powers (Germany, etc.) Bulge Battle of the Bulge United States and few Britains against Nazis
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course HIST 106 taught by Professor Guthrie during the Fall '07 term at San Diego State.

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