Unit 2 Exam Review

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Unit 2 Exam Review
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National Interest
Peacekeepers
Peacemaking
Continental Shelf
Policy
Domestic Policy
Foreign Policy
Gross Domestic Product
Chapter 5 Terms:
What are the two factors that Canada is
considering when claiming Arctic
Sovereignty (Page 114)
2. When Canada went to war in 1914 we
did not have a say whether we went or
not. Explain why. (Page 117)
3. What was the Treaty of Versailles? (Page
117)
4. Outline 4 requirements put on Germany
by the Treaty of Versailles. (Page 117)
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Chapter 5 Questions
After World War I ended the need for oil
increased throughout the world. What area
was seen as rich in this commodity? (Page 121)
6. Who wanted to control this area because of its
richness? (Page 121)
7. After the terrorist attacks of 9/11 what country
was invaded by NATO with permission from the
United Nations? (Page 124)
8. Since starting the invasion of Afghanistan
Canada has lost many troops. A debate has
been started as to whether we should stay in
Afghanistan. What are the two sides of the
debate (Page 125)
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Chapter 5 Questions Cont.
Ultranationalism
 Propaganda
 Appeasement
 Conscription
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Chapter 6 Key Terms:
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Ultranationalists have a strong sense of
their own national identity but have little
respect for something else. What is that?
(Page 132)
Name two elements of ultranationalism
(Page 132)
When Kosovo declared independence what
was the Serbian government concerned
about? (Page 133)
Describe what happened to the Ukrainian
people under Stalin in the 1930s. (Page
134)
Chapter 6 Questions
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What are the four key things that propaganda
does ( Page 135)
What caused ultranationalism to grow in
Germany after WWI? (give 2 causes) (Page
136)
Why did Japan invade Manchuria in 1931?
(Page 137)
What types of things did the Anti-Jewish Laws
take away from Jews in Germany prior to
WWII? (Page 139)
When Britain and France appeased Germany
what did Churchill say about the agreement,
give the quote. (Page 141)
Chapter 6 Questions Cont.
What were the three things that the League
of Nations was to do if peace was
threatened (Page 142)
11. Why did the League fail at this? (Page 142)
12. What happened in Ethiopia? (Page 142)
13. Why did some people not want to be
conscripted to fight for Canada in WWII?
(Page 145)
14. What was done to Ukrainian and Japanese
Canadians during the World Wars? (Page
146)
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Crimes against humanity
Genocide
War Crimes
Collective Farms
Holocaust
Ethnic Cleansing
Chapter 7 Key Terms
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What was the Nanjing Massacre? (Page 154)
What was the Armenian Genocide? (Page 157)
Who were the group that Stalin targeted in the
Ukraine and why? (Page 159)
Before the bombs were dropped on Hiroshima
and Nagasaki why did some theorists want to
drop one in Tokyo Bay? (Page 162)
Who was Slobodan Milosevic? (Page 165)
Briefly describe what caused the genocide in
Rwanda
Chapter 7 Questions
Plebiscite
 Refugees
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Chapter 8 Key Terms
When Woodrow Wilson called for selfdetermination after WWI what was he
hoping would be the result? (Page 174)
2. What is Domino Theory? (Page 178)
3. What is non-violent protest? (Page 180)
4. Why is it difficult for refugees to go from
country to country? (Page 192)
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Chapter 8 Questions
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