WHAP - Part D - Chapter Questions
Part D. Question #2 p. 107
Features that may have provoked such observations include:
Her body posture which conveys confidence
Her facial features convey self-confidence
Her jewelry such as the bangles covering her le
Head right System
Growing Tobacco in the Colonies
New England Colonies compared to other colonies
Second Continental Congress
French and Indian War
Declaration of In
1. How can the rate of photosynthesis be measured?
2. Where in the cells of the leaf do you find air spaces?
What is the function of the stoma?
3. What will happen if you remove the air from these spaces?
4. How will air return to these spaces?
Chapter 16 Lesson 3: Revolutionary Chaos in China
Communist vs. Nationalist
o Communist: for wellbeing of social group equality
o Nationalist: for wellbeing of state/nation more than equality of classes
The Cold War: 1945-1989
USA and USSR
Cooling of relationship between USA and SU, and each of their allies
Nations were Soviet-aligned or non-aligned
war of influence and who could influence other nations
Nuclear capabilities were enhanced and
Austria-Hungary and its Minority Problem: Gavril Princip, part of Serbian terrorism groupm(Black Hand)
that wanted Bosnia be free of Austria-Hungary.
Defense of the Realm Act: allowed govt. to arrest protestors as traitors.
Galicia: Austria-Hungary defeat
2.5.3 UFO-Based Religions In Jerome Clarks (2001) writing, according to Carl Jung, UFO mythology is
related to 15 psychology. He suggests that the conceptualization of mandalas or circles, represents an
archetype of the self which connects to a sense of a
Chapter 15 Lesson 3: Hitler and Nazi Germany
The Rise of Adolf Hitler
Born in Austria 1889
1919, joined German Workers Party, later renamed Nationalist Socialist German Workers Party.
Promoted Racism and bigotry
o Blamed Jew
CHAPTER 17: WORLD WAR II
Lesson 1: Germanys Path to War & Japans Path to War
Racial Domination and German Expansion
a. Racial Supremacy Theory
i. Hitler believed Germany belonged to an Aryan race that was superior to all
Ch. 15: The West Between the Wars
Unit 1: Conflict After the War
Problems during the Interwar years
o Treaty of Versailles and US
Refused to ratify treaty
Wilson saw provisions that could serve new causes for conflicts
o Weak League of Nations
Lesson 1: Japans Path to War
September 18, 1931: Japanese soldiers disguised as Chinese soldiers, blew up a small section of
the Manchurian Railway near the city of Mukden.
Japan owned this land and tried to blame the Chinese.
1. Memory: the persistence of learning over time through the encoding, storage, and retrieval
of information. AKA- learning and keeping it
2. Recall: a measure of memory in which the person must retrieve information learned earlier,
as on a fill-in-th