History 206 Final Review

History 206 Final Review - History 206 Final Review 1. 5th...

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History 206 Final Review 1. 5 th Amendment Guarantees due process, protects against self incrimination and double jeopardy 1. 17 th Parallel Vietnamese demilitarized zone, division between North and South Vietnam. Divi- sion occurred in 1954. North Vietnam controlled by Vietnamese, South Viet- nam controlled by US. Hold election in 1956 to reunify and see who will govern country. Led to Vietnam war through in- volvement of Viet Cong and Viet Minh 1. Acquiescence Acceptance without protest US, France, and England acquiesced be- cause they didn’t want to get involved in another war Allowed Hitler to disregard Treaty of Versailles to expand army and take over all of land that had been lost 1. Adolf Hitler Wanted to unite the Germans, expel gypsies and Jews, and create new territ- ory for the expansion of the German population (lebensraum) Violated Treaty of Versailles expanded army and took back all land that had been taken away from Germany Wanted more land at the expense of the Slavs Impulsive man – declared war on U.S. 4 days after Pearl Harbor 1. Alger Hiss Accused of being a communist spy Court case against Whittaker Chambers On the cover of Red Scare Red Menace 1. America First Movement Anti-war movement Rallied against American entry into WWII Became defunct after attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941
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1. Anschluss Unification with Austria – Germany united with Austria – do not take them over forcefully – Austria chooses to align with Nazi Germany – 1938 – dur- ing time where Hitler was violating Treaty of Versailles 1. Archduke Franz Ferdinand His assassination in Sarajevo (capital of Bosnia) led to Austria-Hungary’s declar- ation of war against Serbia Countries allied with Serbia (Italy, Ja- pan, Belgium, Greece, Romania) and Triple Entente (United Kingdom, Franece, Russia) 1. Barenblatt Barenblatt v. United States, 360 U.S. 109 (1959), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the actions of the House Un-American Activities Committee did not violate the First Amendment and, thus, the Court upheld Barenblatt's conviction for con- tempt of Congress. The Court held that the congressional committee had author- ity to compel a college professor to an- swer questions about his Communist Party membership. 1. Bao Dai The Japanese ruled through him Named the country Vietnam (instead of previous Indochina) Ruler of South Vietnam Exiled to France to establish a republic in Vietnam 1. Bay of Pigs failure on Kennedy’s part to contain spread of communism into Cuba US had opportunity to bring Cuba back to democracy Through legislature attempts became a failure and Cuba became communist (rise of Castro) 1. Blitzkrieg An intense military campaign intended to bring about a swift victory 1. Bolshevik Revolution
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1. Bourgeoisie The middle class The capitalist class who own most of so- ciety's wealth and means of production
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