GH3 Period 5
Extra Credit Assignment
(Camille Pissarros The Boulevard Montmartre on a Winter Morning)
When looking at this painting, you can see that the depicted boulevard is grand in size.
This boulevard is in Paris, and this ties b
How were the political and economic conditions in Germany and Japan similar after
World War II? How were they different?
- Berlin was occupied and separated into occupational zones by many nations, which
included France, the US, Britain, and the Soviet
Dr. Greenwald Period 5
ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE BENGALI ANTHEM
My Bengal of Gold
My Bengal of gold, I love you
Forever your skies, your air set my heart in tune
As if it were a flute.
In spring, O mother mine, the fragrance from your mango
2) Which of the listed events might be considered a turning point for the Allies? Why?
Dunkirk was perhaps considered the biggest turning point for the Allies in World War II.
What made this a turning point was the intervention of Britains navy. As the tr
3) Compare the militarists in Japan with the European Fascists.
In comparison, Japans militarists and European Fascists had many similarities. For
example, they both were authoritarian, with absolute rule. However, in Japan, their military was
used as the
Japan bombs Pearl harbor
U.S. bombing of Japanese cities
The Philippines, Singapore, and Hong Kong
defeated by Japanese
Battle of Midway
U.S. officially declares war on Japan
Brought out Japans vulnerability
Pacific Islands/Countries now cont
HW 49 Ch. 32 Sec. 3
2) What Nazi actions were part of the Final Solution?
The killing of all Jews,
diseased, and insane
Rounded up Jews and
put them in
Built gas chambers & used
other methods to k
2) Which battle do you think was most important in turning the war in favor of the Allies? Why?
Battle of El
As German troops occupied El Alamein, the combined 100,000+ forces of
general Montgomery and Eisenhower crushed Rommels Afr
1. How and why did the League of Nations fail?
-The League of Nations did not have any more American support; America feared any
involvement in European affairs because they did not want any war at all.
-The League became weakened after the Americ
2) Which effect of the Communist Revolution in China do you think had the most permanent
-The United States sends aid to China
-Harmed the country; instead of helping the
country, the money ended up on the wrong
3) What was the purpose in forming the United Nations?
The United Nations was formed in 1945. It originally had 48 countries, becoming an
international organization to pledge protection for each other. Being created towards the end of
World War Two, it wa
6) What advantages and disadvantages might being nonaligned have offered a developing nation
during the Cold War?
The nonaligned nations were countries that remained neutral or uninvolved in the Cold
War between the allies of the US and Soviet Union. The
3) Why did British officials partition India into India and Pakistan?
Religious feud over the Muslims and Hindus of India quickly grew in tension as politics
became involved. The Muslims refused to be ruled by a government that was heavily controlled
HW 58 Ch. 34 Sec. 2
2) Which nation faced the greatest challenges? Why?
Challenges Following Independence
Heavily weakened economy, WWII damage, American military presence
and demand for resources, government corruption (Ferdinand
2) What do you consider the most significant reason for the collapse of dtente?
The main cause for the collapse of dtente was the building of nuclear arms by many
countries. Going against the SALT agreement, which limited countries in their arsenal of mis
2) In what ways were the causes and effects of the wars in Korea and Vietnam similar?
Similar to what occurred in Korea, Vietnam was split into two halves. In both cases,
Communists revolted and struck against other countries. In Korea, after the end of W
6) Why do you think writers and artists began exploring the unconscious?
As time progressed, art and literature were being presented in forms closer to reality.
The idea of the unconscious mind was developed by Sigmund Freud, who gave motivation and
Some words with accent marks:
El Baile - The dance
El Ensayo - The rehearsal
El Colegio - School (Not college- most countries call colleges University, which is Universidad.)
by Sarjeel Zaman & Redwan Rafid
Metric System (Short-Symbols are Case Sensitive)
1 of 2
Construct a simple model of rising air bubbles in a liquid. The air bubbles should originate at the bottom of the
environment, float to the top, then pop (cease to exist.) You may assume
by Sarjeel Zaman & William Zhang
For this test its so much better off to read the textbook plz, Chapter 2
Distance: the total length that is traveled by an object. Distance is a scalar quantity.
Displacement: the distance between Initial and F
(A brief step-by-step analysis of some coin problems, algebraically & with a table)
Example One: John has $1.15 in nickels and dimes. In total, there are 16 coins.
How many nickels and how many dimes does John have?
Step 1: n
(dene L (My class (made me (love) this (list)
Create code to:
1. Extract the word class from the list L.
2. Extract the word made.
3. From the list L, construct the following list: (love My class)
Evaluate the following expressions:
1. What were the reasons for Alexander's decision to emancipate the serfs? (Political, economic,
Serfdom, though legal before any reform, was known to be immoral between many
people. Even after abolishment, however, the real
3) How was the Treaty of Kanagawa similar to the treaties that China signed with various
The Treaty of Kanagawa allowed the United States permission to trade through two ports
that were open for foreign trade. Japan, taking the same path
3) Why did Britain consider India its jewel in the crown?
India was considered the jewel in the crown for British colonies because it was the
colony that provided most towards British economy. Since Britain became the dominant world
power in trade, India
2) What imperialistic forms of control did the Europeans use to govern these lands?
When the Ottomans were showing signs of weakness after the Crimean War, many
European nations gained an interest in gaining Ottoman land. Many of these countries wanted
3) Why did the Chinese have little interest in trading with the West?
The Chinese empire in the late 18th century had little interest in trading because they
supposed that they were already satisfied with their resources. China not only had crops that
6) What can you infer about the Europeans attitude towards Africans from the Berlin
The Europeans felt as if they were much more superior to the Africans. Without
considering the opinions of African leaders, they decided to distribute the Afri
3) What idea is the policy of assimilation based on?
Assimilation is essentially the adopting of certain aspects of another culture over time.
This was done by the French to some of their annexed lands, for example in Africa. Aspects such
as language, rel