Ultra-Nationalism Unit Test Review 2017

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Ultra-Nationalism Unit Test Review
People:
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Nicholas II
Woodrow Wilson
Winston Churchill
Terms:
armistice
Blitzkrieg
Genocide
Mien Kampf
Nazis
George Clemenceau
Neville Chamberlain
Harry S. Truman
reparations
concentration
sanctions
Anschluss
Der Fuhrer
No Man’s Land
Lebensraum
demilitarization
isolationism
Schlieffen Plan
Based on topics of WWI:
Causes (MAIN)
Nations involved
Treaties
“Total War”
Trench Warfare
Paris Peace Conference/ Treaty of Versailles
League of Nations
Leaders at end of war and What they wanted
Ultra nationalistic movements
WWII: - Causes/ Events leading up to
- Nations involved
- Holocaust/ Trials
- Hitler/ Nazi rise to power
- Concepts of Self-determination
- Leaders at end
- Outcome (Yalta/ Postdam)
- Self-determination: what, why, how, examples
Gavrilo Princip
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
reconnaissance
self-determination
Big Four
appeasement
War Guilt Clause
Part 3: Written Response
You will write a long answer ( ¾ of a page) for two of the following questions, one from
section A and one from section B. They are each worth 15 marks for a total of 30.
Section A:
- Defend a position on if nations are justified in going to war
OR
- Defend a position on the fairness of the Treaty of Versailles
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