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World History 3 rd & 6 th Period On-Line Study Guide. May 2012 Mr. Hearty & Mr. Bellisario. The belief that one communist victory would lead to many others. Domino Theory Containment Theory Marxist Theory. Nations that are stronger than other powerful nations. Mega-nationalistic

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world history 3 rd 6 th period on line study guide

World History 3rd & 6th Period On-Line Study Guide

May 2012

Mr. Hearty & Mr. Bellisario

the belief that one communist victory would lead to many others
The belief that one communist victory would lead to many others
  • Domino Theory
  • Containment Theory
  • Marxist Theory
nations that are stronger than other powerful nations
Nations that are stronger than other powerful nations
  • Mega-nationalistic
  • Superpowers
  • Idea of super state
american supported ruler of south vietnam
American-supported ruler of South Vietnam
  • Chou Enlai
  • Ngo Dinh Diem
  • Mao Zedong
communist ruler of north vietnam after 1954
Communist ruler of North Vietnam after 1954
  • Ho Chi Minh
  • Mao Zedong
  • Chou Enlai
seen as a particular threat to the balance of terror during the salt talks
Seen as a particular threat to the balance of terror during the SALT talks
  • Anti-ballistic missiles
  • Intercontinental ballistic missiles
  • Surface to air missiles
led the cuban revolution in 1959
Led the Cuban Revolution in 1959
  • Fidel Castro
  • Raul Castro
  • Jose Batista
the soviet leader after stalin
The Soviet leader after Stalin.
  • Nikita Khrushchev
  • Leonid Brezhnev
  • Mikhail Gorbachev
brought the world to the brink of nuclear war in 1962
Brought the world to the brink of nuclear war in 1962
  • Bay of Pig invasion
  • Berlin Wall construction
  • Cuban missile crisis
a relaxation of tensions
A relaxation of tensions
  • Détente
  • SALT
  • Nuclear disarmament
what aspect of the cold war arms race made it so terrifying
What aspect of the Cold War arms race made it so terrifying?
  • The weapons were more powerful than ever before.
  • There were many superpowers with hydrogen bombs.
  • Many countries involved were very small and unstable.
what was a change that took place during the cuban revolution
What was a change that took place during the Cuban Revolution?
  • Freedom of the press was guaranteed.
  • Political freedom was restricted.
  • The U.S. dropped the embargo on Cuba.
a red scare was the fear of
A “red scare” was the fear of…
  • a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union.
  • a Soviet invasion of Europe.
  • communists in the United States.
a major goal of dr martin luther king jr was to
A major goal of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was to…
  • aid the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC).
  • extend equal rights to all Americans.
  • support the Tet offensive in Vietnam.
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After World War II, the United States offered assistance to war-torn European nations through which of the following?
  • Solidarity
  • glasnost
  • the Marshall Plan
the great leap forward and the cultural revolution were social reform programs led by which leader
The Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution were social reform programs led by which leader?
  • Mao Zedong
  • Ho Chi Minh
  • Kim Il Sung
what happened to the defeated chinese nationalists
What happened to the defeated Chinese Nationalists?
  • They fled to North Vietnam.
  • They fled to the island of Taiwan.
  • They were all killed by the communists.
what was a result of gorbachev s perestroika
What was a result of Gorbachev’s perestroika?
  • The Soviet Union ended the Warsaw Pact.
  • Shortages grew worse and prices soared.
  • The success of capitalism encouraged more reforms.
the east german government responded to gorbachev s call for change by
The East German government responded to Gorbachev’s call for change by…
  • banning Solidarity.
  • banning Soviet publications.
  • welcoming glasnost.
during the korean war which nation provided hundreds of thousands of troops to help north korea
During the Korean War, which nation provided hundreds of thousands of troops to help North Korea?
  • the United States
  • Japan
  • China
which alliance was dedicated to the security of communist nations in europe during the cold war
Which alliance was dedicated to the security of communist nations in Europe during the Cold War?
  • the Warsaw Pact
  • the Khrushchev Alliance
  • the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
the purpose of the salt talks and the start treaty was
The purpose of the SALT talks and the START treaty was
  • to define the boundaries of Europe after World War II.
  • to limit the number of nuclear weapons held by the superpowers.
  • to establish trade relations with China during the 1970s.
the american strategy under d tente was to
The American strategy under détente was to
  • develop more anti-ballistic missiles.
  • restrain the Soviets through diplomatic agreements.
  • discourage Cuba from going communist.
the movement of americans from cities to communities outside an urban core is known as
The movement of Americans from cities to communities outside an urban core is known as…
  • democratization.
  • suburbanization.
  • upward mobility.
what agency helped spur economic growth across western europe by eliminating tariffs
What agency helped spur economic growth across Western Europe by eliminating tariffs?
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Alliance of Baltic States
  • European Coal and Steel Community
what kind of government did japan adopt after world war ii
What kind of government did Japan adopt after World War II?
  • a parliamentary democracy
  • a decentralized socialist system
  • a strict dictatorship
why did the united states establish diplomatic relations with china in the 1970s
Why did the United States establish diplomatic relations with China in the 1970s?
  • to isolate the Soviets between NATO and a hostile China
  • to gain access to Chinese markets for American goods
  • to attempt to bring down the Chinese leadership
mao zedong created agricultural communes to
Mao Zedong created agricultural communes to…
  • “rectify thinking through labor.”
  • make agriculture more efficient.
  • grow extra food for Taiwan.
slide29
When the North Koreans overran South Korea in the summer of 1950, United Nations forces stopped their advance at
  • the 38th parallel.
  • the Yalu River.
  • the Pusan Perimeter.
what was the main goal of the national liberation front or viet cong
What was the main goal of the National Liberation Front, or Viet Cong?
  • to fulfill the domino theory
  • to support the Chinese Nationalists
  • to overthrow South Vietnam’s government
during the vietnam war the tet offensive
During the Vietnam War, the Tet Offensive…
  • was a major victory for Chinese forces.
  • turned American public opinion against the war.
  • was North Vietnam’s final offensive.
the khmer rouge was responsible for
The Khmer Rouge was responsible for…
  • helping peasant farmers in Cambodia.
  • aiding the “boat people” of Cambodia.
  • committing genocide in Cambodia.
what conflict was called the soviet union s vietnam
What conflict was called the Soviet Union’s “Vietnam?”
  • the war in North Korea
  • the war in Cuba
  • the war in Afghanistan
in 1992 the slovaks and czechs split czechoslovakia into separate nations
In 1992, the Slovaks and Czechs split Czechoslovakia into separate nations…
  • because they are separate ethnic groups with their own language and traditions.
  • so the Slovaks could stay in the Warsaw Pact.
  • so they could overthrow Nicolae Ceausescu.
slide35
After the Soviet Union split up and communism was defeated in Eastern Europe, China accelerated its embrace of
  • capitalism.
  • communism.
  • totalitarianism.
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