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Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

Jeopardy

The Cold War

Cold War II

The Cold War Turns Hot

The End of the Cold War

Potpourri

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$300

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100 the cold war

Q: Alliance formed to stop the spread of communism?

$100 The Cold War


100 the cold war1

R:

$100 The Cold War

NATO


200 the cold war

Q: What event shocked Americans and led to a huge increase in spending in science and math classes?

$200 The Cold War


200 the cold war1

R:

$200 The Cold War

The Soviet Union launching Sputnik


300 the cold war

Q: The Marshal Plan’s objective was to build up European countries economy so they wouldn’t be?

$300 The Cold War


300 the cold war1

R:

$300 The Cold War

Susceptible to Communism


400 the cold war

Q: Truman Doctrine was 1st used in Greece and Turkey because?

$400 The Cold War


400 the cold war1

R:

$400 The Cold War

There was a direct threat of Communism taking over there.


Jeopardy

$500 The Cold War

Q:

1st Conflict of the Cold War?


Jeopardy

$500 The Cold War

R:

Berlin Blockade


100 cold war ii

Q:

$100 Cold War II

What was the name of the alliance set up by the Soviet Union and their Eastern European allies?


100 cold war ii1

R: Warsaw Pact

$100 Cold War II


200 cold war ii

Q:

$200 Cold War II

What did Churchill call the division of Europe between Communist and non-Communist countries?


200 cold war ii1

R:

$200 Cold War II

Iron Curtain


300 cold war ii

Q:

$300 Cold War II

What was the U.S. response to the Berlin Blockade?


300 cold war ii1

R:

$300 Cold War II

Berlin Airlift


400 cold war ii

Q:

$400 Cold War II

What was the name of the failed attempt by Cuban exiles (directed by the C.I.A.) to overthrow Castro?


400 cold war ii1

R:

$400 Cold War II

Bay of Pigs


Jeopardy

$500 Cold War II

Q:

Name a non-aligned country during the Cold War


Jeopardy

$500 Cold War II

R:

India, China, Indonesia


100 the cold war turns hot

Q:

$100 The Cold War Turns Hot

Who attacked who to start the Korean War?


100 the cold war turns hot1

R:

$100 The Cold War Turns Hot

North Korea attacked South Korea


200 the cold war turns hot

Q:

$200 The Cold War Turns Hot

Where was the border set between North Korea and South Korea at the time of the cease-fire in 1953?


200 the cold war turns hot1

R:

$200 The Cold War Turns Hot

38th Parallel


300 the cold war turns hot

Q:

$300 The Cold War Turns Hot

Who was the nationalist leader of the North Vietnamese Communist during the Vietnam War?


300 the cold war turns hot1

R:

$300 The Cold War Turns Hot

Ho Chi Minh


400 the cold war turns hot

Q:

$400 The Cold War Turns Hot

The name given to Ike’s foreign policy in which the U.S. would go to the edge of war?


400 the cold war turns hot1

R: Brinkmanship

$400 The Cold War Turns Hot


Jeopardy

$500 The Cold War Turns Hot

Q: Who was Kim Il Sung?


Jeopardy

$500 The Cold War Turns Hot

R: Leader of the North Koreans who began the Korean War in 1950.


100 the end of the cold war

Q:

$100 The End of the Cold War

What was Detente?


100 the end of the cold war1

R:

$100 The End of the Cold War

An easing of the tensions of the two superpowers in the 1970s


200 the end of the cold war

Q:

$200 The End of the Cold War

Name two reforms Gorbachev brought to the Soviet Union


200 the end of the cold war1

R:

$200 The End of the Cold War

Perestroika and Glasnost


300 the end of the cold war

Q: What policy initiated by Gorbachev revived the Soviet economy with capitalist reforms?

$300 The End of the Cold War


300 the end of the cold war1

R:

$300 The End of the Cold War

Perestroika


400 the end of the cold war

Q:

$400 The End of the Cold War

What two events are seen as the end of the Cold War?


400 the end of the cold war1

R: 1. The Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989

2. The Break-up of The Soviet Union in 1991

$400 The End of the Cold War


Jeopardy

$500 The End of the Cold War

Q:

What movement did Lech Walesa lead in Poland, giving the workers more rights?


Jeopardy

$500 The End of the Cold War

R:

Solidarity


100 potpouri

Q: Why was the Berlin Wall built in 1961?

$100 Potpouri


100 potpourri

$100 Potpourri

R: It was embarrassing to East Germany and the U.S.S.R that so many East Germans were fleeing to W. Berlin.


200 potpourri

$200 Potpourri

  • What was the goal of the U.S. throughout the Cold War?


200 potpourri1

$200 Potpourri

  • Stop the spread of (contain) Communism. (Truman Doctrine)


300 potpourri

$300 Potpourri

  • Besides spreading Communism, what was the other goal of the Soviet Union during the Cold War?


300 potpourri1

$300 Potpourri

  • Create a buffer zone of friendly (Communist) countries in Eastern Europe to make it harder for any country to invade.


400 potpourri

$400 Potpourri

  • Name a country that tried to rebel against strict Soviet domination


400 potpourri1

$400 Potpourri

  • East Germany, Poland (1953), Hungary (1956), and Czech. (1968)


500 potpourri

$500 Potpourri

  • What country did the Soviet Union invade in 1979, which led to it being called “The Soviet Union’s Vietnam?


500 potpourri1

$500 Potpourri

  • Afghanistan


How much

How much?

Daily Double


Jeopardy

Daily Double

The name given to Ike’s foreign policy in which the U.S. would go to the edge of war?


Jeopardy

Brinkmanship

Daily Double

Daily Double Response


Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

  • Q: Name two examples of Detente


Final jeopardy1

Final Jeopardy

  • A: 1. President Nixon’s historic visits to The Soviet Union and China

  • 2. S.A.L.T. Treaty

  • 3. Joint space station between the Soviet Union and the U.S.


Daily double slide location

Daily Double Slide Location

$400 Para estar en forma Question

To change Daily Double:

(1) Link Para estar en forma, $400 question to correct question page

(2) Select new daily double location, edit link to daily double slide.

(3) To change... right click game board square. Select: hyperlink --> edit hyperlink and select.


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