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World Civilizations Part B. Final R eview Mr. Bailey Spring 2014. Imperialism. British claims in North Africa are an example of Imperialism. Capital. The basic factors of production are land, labor, and Capital . Goods in their homes.

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World civilizations part b

World Civilizations Part B

Final Review

Mr. Bailey Spring 2014


Imperialism
Imperialism

British claims in North Africa are an example of Imperialism


Capital
Capital

The basic factors of production are land, labor, and Capital.


Goods in their homes
Goods in their homes

Under the domestic system, workers produced goods in their homes.


Class struggle
Class Struggle

According to Karl Marx, all history has been the history of class struggle


Overcrowding and health problems
Overcrowding and health problems

Urbanization during the Industrial Revolution, resulted in Overcrowding and health problems in cities.


Archduke francis ferdinand
Archduke Francis Ferdinand

Tensions in the Balkans escalated to war following the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand.


Trench warfare
Trench Warfare

Soldiers along the Western Front of WWI were most affected by Trench Warfare.


Fourteen points
Fourteen Points

Woodrow Wilson outlined a plan for peace following WWI known as the Fourteen Points.


Poland
Poland

The crisis that led the Allied countries to declare war on Nazi Germany and begin WWII was the invasion of Poland.


Totalitarian
Totalitarian

Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy had governments that were Totalitarian.


France
France

D-Day was the day that the Allies landed in Normandy to invade the German occupied France.


Hawaii
Hawaii

Japanese aggression in the Pacific led to the attack on American forces in Hawaii.


Nuremberg
Nuremberg

In 1945, the allies began trials against the German wartime leaders. The trials were held in Nuremberg.


Supreme allied commander
Supreme Allied Commander

Upon the surrender of Japan, the Emperor had to accept the orders of the Supreme Allied Commander of the Pacific.


The security council
The Security Council

The U.N.’s five permanent members can veto any actions…they are the Security Council.


Soviet union and usa
Soviet Union and USA

The Cold War that developed after World War II existed between the Soviet Union and the United States.


All of asia would follow
All of Asia would follow

The Domino Theory was the belief that, if Vietnam fell to communism, all of Asia would follow.


Apartheid
Apartheid

The unofficial system of social segregation in South Africa from 1948-1989 was called apartheid.


Cuba

At the height of the Cold War, Fidel Castro overthrew the Batista government of Cuba.


Give palestinians self rule
Give Palestinians Self-Rule

In the 1967 War between Israel and it’s Arab neighbors, Israel was forced to give Palestinians Self-Rule.


Ayatollah khomeini
Ayatollah Khomeini

The Ayatollah Khomeini forced the shah into exile in Iran.


Allow free elections
Allow free elections

Lech Walsea and Solidarity pushed Poland’s govt. to allow free elections of shipyard foremen.


Tiananmen square
Tiananmen Square

In 1989, China ordered the military to fire into the crowd to disperse students protesting in Tiananmen Square.


Collapse of the communist
Collapse of the Communist

A failed coup in 1991 and the resignation of Gorbachev caused the collapse of the communist party.


Remove trade barriers
Remove trade barriers

The European Union worked to remove trade barriers among member nations.


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