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Final Exam Study Sheet History 1003—Spring 2014Prof. Marchand(200 points total)Part A: Material Since the Second Midterm (100 points)Section I (20 points). Timeline. Put these events in chronological order, with the earliest event first. I will give you five of these terms.Beer Hall Putsch – 1923 (November)Russian RevolutionNEPStalin’s Collectivization – (collectivization in Russia – 1928-40)Hitler comes to powerHyperinflation in GermanyMarch on Rome Solidarity formed in Poland Gorbachev comes to power - 1985Yugoslav Civil War Begins - 1991Building of the Berlin Wall - Aug. 12-13, 1961Hungarian Revolution crushed by USSR - 1956The Wannsee Conference - 1942Hitler Annexes Austria - 1938Hitler launches Operation Barbarossa - 1941Kristallnacht - 1938Fall of the Berlin Wall - 1989The Velvet Revolution - 1989The Prague Spring - 1968First Chechen WarSovereign Debt Crisis - 2008Breakup of the USSRSection II (40 points). Fill in the blanks. Know these terms sufficiently to be able to match them with their definitions. I will give you ten questions here. Appeasement: (Giving into Hitler) Hitler promises that he is done taking over land would be compromised. AH believed that GER needs to control Mid. Europe. People realized that Hitler win never end his demands. GB and FRA stop Appeasement through WWII.Katyn Forest Massacre:  was a mass execution of Polish nationals carried out by the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (NKVD), the Soviet secret police,Jasenovac : Croatia termination campShow TrialsNuremberg Trials: trial of the major conspirators of WWII. Soviet leader and Churchill wanted mass execution of them. But the U.S. Secretary of State Henry Morgan suggested de-nazification, and they were tried on charges of: war crimes; crimes against humanity; participation for crimes against peace; planning, initiating and waging wars of aggression; and other crimes against peace. The outcome ended with 24 being accused and 12sentenced to death.T-4 Program: Euthanasia movement to kill off those who were "incurably sick"; people involved in this program went on to be in charge of death camps; 70-90,000 killed in 2.5 years; critical moment in evolution of policies leading to the Holocaust; Direct transfer of methods, techniques, and personnel into the "Final Solution" program Established use of racial warfare against the out groupTruman Doctrine: a U.S. policy beginning in 1947 at the start of the Cold War to fight attempts of communisttakeover and expansion, especially in Eastern Europe; a U.S. policy beginning in 1947 at the start of the 
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Cold War to fight attempts of communist takeover and expansion, especially in Eastern Europe. PresidentTruman’s universal pledge to support anyone who was fighting communismVichy France: the government that ruled France from July 1940 to August 1944. It was established following the defeat of the French army by Nazi Germany during WWII. The regime willingly collaborated with the Nazi occupation to a high degree and organized raids to capture Jews. It was removed after the 

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