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Final Studyguide Map 15 (western soviet union) estonia down to Yugoslavia, czech republic, germany unified Subject to Revision after Tuesday's lecture! I know that this appears to be a great deal of material, but if you have come to class, taken notes, and done the reading, this should not be a difficult exam to study for. Review your notes, and create study groups with other students; come to the review session and study hard! Once again, you will be rewarded for all you put into this course, and come away impressed with how much you know about European history since 1500. Final Exam Study Sheet (150 points total) Part A: Material Since the Second Midterm (50 point quiz plus 50 point exam) Section I (50 points): Quiz on Maps #13-15 and on Kotkin, Armageddon Averted (see separate study sheets) Section II (10 points). Timeline. Put these events in chronological order, with the earliest event first. I will give you five of these terms. Gorbachev comes to power – 12 (1985) John Paul II visits Poland – 11 (1979) Yugoslav Civil War Begins -15 (1991) Founding of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic - 7 Building of the Berlin Wall – 9 (1961)
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Hungarian Revolution crushed by USSR – 8 (1956) The Wannsee Conference – 2? Hitler Annexes Austria-1 Fall of the Iron Curtain -1946 - 6 V-E Day - 5 Hitler launches Operation Barbarossa -3 Kristallnacht – 2nd Fall of the Berlin Wall – 13 (1989) The Velvet Revolution – 14 The Prague Spring – 10 (1968) (Dubcek) Sovereign Debt Crisis -16 Section III (20 points). Matching. Know these terms sufficiently to be able to match them with their definitions. T-4 Program Truman Doctrine Vichy France Berlin Airlift Resistance Movement Srebrenica Hitler’s Annexation of Austria Nuremberg Trials Yalta Conference War Guilt Clause Maastricht Treaty Imre Nagy European Union
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Red Army Treaty of Rome Marshall Plan Auschwitz Vatican II ‘Economic Miracle’ Jan Palach Perestroika ‘Socialism with a Human Face’ Kosovo Siege of Sarajevo Bretton-Woods Conference Winston Churchill Woodrow Wilson Michael Gorbachev Slobodan Milosevic Sovereign Debt Crisis Boris Yeltsin Vladimir Putin Section IV (20 points). Essay on the readings. I will give you one of these questions on which to write an essay (approximately 5-6 paragraphs). 1. Why, according to Stephen Kotkin (in Armageddon Averted) did the Soviet Union
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FINAL - Final Studyguide Map 15(western soviet union...

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