History 22 Final Exam Review

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History 22 Ryan Final Exam Review **Bring Blue Books** Part I: IDs : Be sure to explain who, what, when, where, why (as applicable)— and be sure to state the significance of each term . Students will answer five of the following (no choice on the exam). (20 percent of exam grade) Chiang Kai-shek Perestroika Cultural Revolution Mao Zedong Ho Chi Minh Dien Bien Phu Indian National Congress Jawaharlal Nehru Versailles Treaty Glasnost’ Neville Chamberlain Muhammad Ali Jinnah Mustafa Kemal Zionism Brezhnev Doctrine Mein Kampf Five-year Plan Part II: Essays ***Be sure to use documents to support your discussion*** Two of the following three questions will appear on the exam; students will answer one question. (40 percent of exam grade) 1) Compare the intellectual bases of decolonization movements. How did various actors in different parts of the world seek to achieve independence from foreign rule? What specific conditions influenced their social and political views? How did some political views change over time?
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