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Exam II Study Guide In order to fully answer the identifications, you need to address: who, what, where, when, and the significance. The “when” needs to be a general date. The “where” can be regional, but it needs to be specific when called for. For example, the Bonus Army March culminated in Washington, D.C. The “who” can be a group of people affected or in charge or it can be an individual. The “what” will be the more straightforward definition, and the “significance” will be just that, “why is this important to the study of history.” Think in broad terms on this one. Each identification is worth five points. So, you will lose one point for each aspect of the “who, what, where, when, significance” equation that is left unanswered. Good luck. Woodrow Wilson Lusitania Zimmerman note Committee on Public Information Robert Goldstein Eugene Debs Fourteen Points Treaty of Versailles 1918 Flu Pandemic Great Migration Marcus Garvey Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA)
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Littlefield during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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