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Spring 2010 Final Exam, page  1 Final Exam Study Guide — History 1003, Prof. Marchand SECTION A — MATERIAL SINCE THE SECOND MIDTERM — 90 POINTS Part I — Map 14 (Cold War Europe) and Map 15 (Post-Cold War Europe) — 10 points Map 14 — Be able to name the countries that joined NATO and which joined the Warsaw Pact, and be able to draw a line where the “Iron Curtain” divided the Soviet and Western blocs. o Members of NATO Iceland, Norway, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, The Netherlands, The UK, Denmark, West Germany, Italy, Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Turkey, Greece, Crete o Members of the Warsaw Pact Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria o Other Communist States Yugoslavia, Albania o Non-Aligned States Sweden, Finland, Ireland, Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Switzerland, Austria, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Cyprus o Iron Curtain also covered Albania Map 15 — Be able to name (not identify) two newly-independent nations carved out of the Soviet Union after 1991. Be able to give the dates for: the re-unification of East and West Germany, the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the breakup of Yugoslavia, and be able to name those successor states. o Two newly-independent nations carved out of the Soviet Union after 1991 Estonia, Latvia o Re-unification of East and West Germany: 1990
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Spring 2010 Final Exam, page  2 o Breakup of Czechoslovakia: 1992 Successor states: Czech Republic and Slovakia o Breakup of Yugoslavia: 1992 Successor states: Serbia and Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia Part II — Timeline — 20 points 1. Mussolini comes to power 2. Mussolini’s Black Shirts March on Rome 3. Stalin begins collectivization 4. Hitler comes to power 5. Night of the Long Knives 6. The Nuremburg Laws are issued 7. Kristallnacht 8. Hitler launches Operation Barbarossa 9. The Wannsee Conference 10. Founding of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic 11. Imre Nagy murdered 12. Building of the Berlin Wall 13. The Prague Spring 14. John Paul II visits Poland 15. Gorbachev comes to power 16. Fall of the Berlin Wall 17. The Velvet Revolution 18. Milosevic takes the Serbian nationalist turn Part III — Matching — 30 points T-4 Program — Euthanasia campaign against “life unworthy of living”: the mentally and physically handicapped. Hitler killed people without telling families. Between 75,000 and 250,000 people were murdered before 1939. People needed to be eliminated to save money for the treasury; these people were a drag on the population. The program was stopped because of public protests in summer 1939. Members of families of victims became concerned about number of victims. Word slipped out from former doctors and nurses. There were protests and threats to go public abroad and at home. The Nazis did stop (temporarily). The power to stop the program suggested that Nazi policies could be tempered by public protest, but there was no public outcry over the Jews.
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