HIST 1112 Final Exam Study Guide

HIST 1112 Final Exam Study Guide - Crystal Night Japanese...

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History 1112 Final Exam Study Guide: Key Terms: You need to know who, what, when, where, and why these people, events, concepts, etc. are significant: I am going to throw in a few questions from World War I because I want to make sure everyone understands the material based on the poor Test 3 grades. The test will also have one or two questions from the Cold War. Read Chapter 38 because we don’t have time to cover this in detail in class. Ch 34, Ch 35, Ch 37, Ch 38 Long term causes of WW I Short term causes of WW I Franz Ferdinand Perception of WWI Realities of War The Balkans Alliances Total war Lusitania The Zimmerman Telegram Treaty of Versailles Totalitarianism Implications of Treaty of Versailles in Germany Ruhr Crisis Dawes Plan German Diplomacy 1920’s Great Depression Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Emperor Hirohito General Tojo Fascism Nazi Hitler’s rise to power Beer Hall Putsch Mein Kampf 1930, 1932, 1933 German Elections Enabling Act Nuremburg Laws
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Unformatted text preview: Crystal Night Japanese militarism Rome – Berlin – Tokyo Axis Appeasement Rearming Germany Rhineland Anschluss Sudetenland Munich Conference Neville Chamberlain Czechoslovakia Pact of Steel Non-Aggression Pact Poland Sept 1, 1939 Blitzkrieg Maginot Line Dunkirk Fall of France Vichy Government Battle of Britain Invasion of Russia Pearl Harbor Stalingrad D-Day Anti-Semitism Holocaust Japan Manhattan Project Hiroshima Nagasaki The Cold War What were the long term and short term causes of the outbreak of World War I? How did the Treaty of Versailles affect Germany in the aftermath of World War I and how did this have implications for the later outbreak of World War II? Why were citizens in Germany, Russia, Italy, and Japan willing to forego long established practices of governance and custom in favor of totalitarianism, fascism, communism, and Nazism? Why did the world settle into a period of Cold War after WW II. Read Chapter 38....
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