Ch 25 Section 2
Chinese Civil War and KOREAN WAR
After Russian Revolution in 1917, soviets had spread communism all over. Were
confident it would reach worldwide influence.
Before Japan invaded China in 1937, Nationalist leader Jiang Jieshi, known in
Ch 26 S.1
At end of war in 1945(WW2), more than 12 million Americans were in the military.
Need for war supplies ended overnight, orders went out to cancel all defense contracts and
millions of defense workers lost their jobs. Wartime-peac
Logan Fiske P.3
Christmas in America vs. Christmas in Mexico
Christmas is a holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus and is celebrated around
the world. It is a holiday of gift giving and thankfulness also. In America the season
of Christmas starts the day
January 13th, 2016
Long Term Effects of Concussions
Thesis: Due to the unknown long-term effects of concussions, high school coaches should be
more careful in trying to prevent these injuries.
CH 23 Section 3
1941 December, warlike activity but hadnt committed to war yet
attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 brought US in
Heres what led up to Pearl Harbor attack:
Japan got their natural resources from US, when Japan began to grow an
CH 24 section 1
Attack on PH brought Americans into the war on the allied side, began to stop the
Hitler wanted to dominate Europe and eliminate inferior people.
Axis plan wasnt that coordinated, Allies shared unified goals to first take c
Unit 4 IDs
1. Mercantilism- gold-based standard; lead to colonization of new world - europeans wanted
more money and more gold; separated the 'haves' and 'have-nots'
2. Revolution- American, French, Latin American, etc.; first real resistance to imperiali
1. Spanish attracted to the metals of the Americas, drew lots of migrants.
2. Silver was the most abundant American treasure, more silver than gold.
3. Silver production was most prominent in northern Mexico (Zacatecas) and the ce
Chapter 28 notes (Gunpowder Empires)
Ottoman Empire was very successful
Founded by Osman and some Turks who migrated to Anatolia in the 13th century.
Ghazi - Muslim religious wa
Theme One Interactions of Cultures
-Patterns and effects of interactions among major societies and regions: trade, war, diplomacy,
and international organizations
This theme looks at how peoples from different cultures consistently in
AP World History
With the absence of a centralized state or
empire local institutions became the
political leaders called the Polis.
In Athens the government was based on
democratic principles and only men