#5: Was conflict inevitable? How did they go from allies to enemies?
The war had been won by a coalition
whose principal members were already at
war-ideologically and geopolitically if not
militarily-with one another (6)
Stalin.forced a largely agr
Analyzing American Responses to the Holocaust Matrix
Describe/ explain the groups response.
-Outright ignored a plea for help
~ Had no response, radio silence for 14 months
~Both Franklin AND Eleanor got this l
Name: LaKeisia Smith
HST103A/104A: World History | Unit 1 | Lesson 9: Looking at Civilizations
Complete and submit this assignment by the due date to receive full credit.
The Civil War was the horrific, bloody battle between the Northern states and the Southern states
over the issues of Slavery and States' rights. Over 600,000 Americans lost their lives.
We will study the events leading up to the southern states declaring
The Dutch of New Netherland, the Swedes and Finns of New Sweden, the Quakers of
Pennsylvania, the Puritans of New England, the English settlers of Jamestown, and others
came to the New World for different reasons and created colonies with distinct social,
UNIT: THE PROGRESSIVE ERA
DQ #5: What economic problems existed during the Progressive Era? How did the city, state, and federal governments deal with these
Economic problems of Progressive Era
o Coal Strike of 1902 : miners in East
CHAPTER 23: AMERICA AND THE GREAT WAR
CHP 20 AND 22.2: IMPERIALISM
o By 1900, GB, France, Russ, Japan acq
CHAPTER 26: THE NEW DEAL
DQ #4: The 1930 midterm elections saw the Democrats gain seats in Congress, paving the way for Roosevelts election in 1932. Describe
Roosevelts biographical and political background and his pragmatic approach to solving Americas e
CHAPTER 28: AMERICA IN A WORLD AT WAR
DQ #4: Discuss the political, social, and economic advances and/or setbacks that wartime provided for American labor, women, and minority
A. Political/Social/Economic Advances
Work force increased by
CHPS 31-33: THE VIETNAM WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH
DQ #2: What were the conditions and constraints which made Vietnam a quagmire for American forces and policies? Explain how
President Johnson became a casualty of war.
A. Conditions and Constraints in Vietnam
UNIT: THE POSTWAR AMERICAN SOCIETY
DQ #2: Detail the factors that created the tremendous economic boom of the 1950s and 1960s.
A. Suburban Growth
Suburban pop grew 47% in 1950s (twice as fast country), # of privately owned cars doubled.
UNIT: THE COLD WAR
DQ #2: How was the Cold War escalated in Asia during the years 1945-1953?
The China Problem
Chiang Kai-Shek/Mao Zedong
Since 1927, Chiang led a nationalist govt engaged in bitter rivalry against Mao Zedongs communist ar