Nation Building in the Developing World 20th: Developing World Study Guide

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20th: Developing World Study Guide
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Nation Building in the Developing World
...is about exploring societies in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East in their development of nationalist
movements (ch28), achievement of independence (ch30), and life since independence (ch33).
Overarching Question:
1. Is cultural convergence or diversity the best model for understanding increased
intercultural contact in the twentieth century?
2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using units of analysis in the twentieth
century, such as the nation, the world, the West, and the Third World?
Objectives:
Ch. 28
3.
Ch. 30
4.
Ch. 33
5.
6.
7.
Explain the impact of World War I on nationalist movements.
Explain the impact of World War II on nationalist movements.
Trace and compare the independence movements of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Compare the legacy of colonization in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Explain the social, economic, and demographic challenges facing the developing world.
Key Concepts:
Explain the definition, role, and significance of…
Chapter 28
Khedive
Dinshawai Incident
Indian National Congress
Mohandas Gandhi
Effendi
Ataturk
Mandates
Young Turks
Wafd Party
Pan-Africanism
Chapter 30
Zionism
Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Quit India Movement
Salt March
Muslim League
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Jomo Kenyatta
Afrikaner
Homework:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
RTN Ch28, pg. 657. Ch30 pg. 721
RTN Ch28, pg. 657-661. Ch30 pg. 722-723
RTN Ch28, pg. 661-666. Ch30 pg. 727-729
RTN Ch28, pg. 666-669. Ch30 pg. 723-727
RTN Ch33, pg. 786-796
RTN Ch33, pg. 796-801
RTN Ch33, pg. 801-804
RTN Ch33, pg. 804-808
Chapter 33
1st World/3rd World
Developing world
Kashmir Conflict
Jawaharlal Nehru
Nassar
The Shah
Ayatollah Khomeini
Religious revivalism
Neocolonialism
Green revolution
Apartheid
Homelands
Nelson Mandela
African National Congress
Kwame Nkrumah
Key Places:
Locate on the maps…
Britain
France
Spain
Italy
Germany
Austria-Hungary
Serbia
Russia
Ottoman Empire
Central Powers
Triple Entente
1914
After Great War
Britain
France
Spain
Italy
Germany
Poland
Austria
Czechoslovakia
Turkey
Cold War Europe
Britain
France
Spain
Italy
West Germany
East Germany
Austria
Poland
Yugoslavia
Soviet Union
Iron Curtain
Key Events / Dates:
Place on the timeline chronologically…
The West (on left side of timeline)
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
U.S. enters WWI
Treaty of Versailles
Spanish Civil War
Great Depression
Attack on Pearl Harbor
Atomic bombs dropped
Cuban Missile Crisis
Korean War
Vietnam War
Discovery of DNA
The East (on right side of timeline)
Tsar overthrown / Bolshevik Revolution
Armenian genocide
Mussolini takes power
Stalin takes power
Nazi take power
Germany’s Anschluss & union with Sudetenland
WWII begins
German invasion of USSR
End of WWII
Khrushchev takes power
Launch of Sputnik
USSR invasion of Afghanistan
Gorbachev takes power
Fall of Berlin Wall
1914 CE
1989 CE
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