Berlin Blockade Primary Source Activity. Take out a piece of notebook paper and label it, “Berlin Blockade Primary Source Activity” Today you will be looking at several primary sources (political cartoons, pictures, etc.).
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Take out a piece of notebook paper and label it, “Berlin Blockade Primary Source Activity”
Today you will be looking at several primary sources (political cartoons, pictures, etc.).
Each slide will require you to complete some sort of activity with each source. A brief discussion will follow…PARTICIPATION is a great grade booster!
I will check your activity at the end of class for a work completion grade…easy/free points as long as you complete the activity!
Which country/nation do you think got the best “slice” of the German pie? Why?
What might not be shown in this map to determine which country got the best “slice?”
3) Berlin Airlift: IYOW write what this was.
A miniature city is used instruct how the airlift will work and locations that will be used
Pretend you are one of the pilots sitting in this meeting.
Write 2-3 sentences describing your thoughts on this mission.
Things to think about…scared, happy, is it necessary, etc.
What is happening in this political cartoon?
Do you think this picture portrays what was happening during the B.A.L.?
Easterners looking over the wall to the West.
Why do you think people in the East (Communist) wanted to crossover to the West (Democracy)?
What does this tell us about life in the East?
Both of the above cartoons are trying to say what about life in East Berlin?
Which country do you think these cartoons were created in? Why?