Unit 4: Imperialism Study Guide
Unit Goal: Explain the factors that led to the United States becoming a global power and the effects of
American imperialism at home and abroad.
For each term
1) Define it
2) In a sentence, explain how it was sign
Roots of the Cold War
1. What do you know about life in the Soviet Union? Recall back to World History last year. Particularly:
what was the government like? What was it like for the people?
The Soviet Union was supposed to provide equal wealth
Unit 3: The Gilded Age and Progressive Era Study Guide
Unit Goal: Explain how industrialization affected the U.S. positively and negatively and how it gave rise to
Progressive Era reforms.
Andrew CarnegieA Scottish-American
Yesterday, one of the most devastating
events in history took place here in
Honolulu, Hawaii that shocked the world.
Just before 8 a.m. on December 7, 1941,
hundreds of Japanese fighter planes
attacked the American naval base at
Pearl Harbor. The barrage
The Korean War
On the timeline below, explain the course of the Korean War by writing the key events from
each month of the war.
Last US troops leave South Korea. Korean Military Advisory Group formed (KMAG, 200
LT: will be able to explain the differences in lifestyle and motivation for
settlement between the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies (particularly:
Puritans, Quakers, and the Jamestown settlers).
Crash Course #2- Colonizing America
Duck and Cover
Bert the Turtle
Duck and Cover
After nuclear weapons were developed, it was
realized what kind of danger they posed. The
beginning of the nuclear stage of the Cold War
came, so strategies for survival were t
Monday, March 14
Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941
Japanese aircraft carriers outside Hawaii
Bushido Code- The unwritten Samurai code of conduct, known as Bushido,
held that the true warrior must hold that loyalty, courage, veracity, compassion,