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1 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

2 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

3 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

4 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

5 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

6 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

7 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

8 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

9 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

10 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

11 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

12 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

13 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

14 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

15 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

16 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

17 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

18 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

19 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

20 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

21 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

22 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

23 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

24 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

25 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

26 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

27 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

28 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

29 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

30 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

31 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

32 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

33 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

34 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

35 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

36 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

37 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

38 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

39 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

40 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

41 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

42 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

43 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

44 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

45 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

46 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

47 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

48 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

49 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

50 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

51 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

52 Pearl Harbor: Japanese goal, events, result Women in military Minorities in military War production Philippines/ Bataan Japanese success in Pacific after Pearl Harbor unconditional surrender strategic/ saturation bombing Nisei rationing black market kamikaze ghetto Big Three Eastern Front/ invasion of U.S.S.R. Allied war plans Territories taken by the Allies in Europe/ order and reasoning Casablanca conference Tuskegee Airmen Midway - significance Women in defense industries African Americans in defense industries (Randolph) Japanese internment wartime economy Normandy invasion Eisenhower Battle of the Bulge island hopping MacArthur, Nimitz Navajo code talkers Manhattan Project bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman Holocaust: number killed (Jews and others) concentration camps death camps genocide legacies of WWII Cold War

53 U.S. History Final Exam 2012 Review Name: Date: Hour: The following is a list of important terms, people, places, and events that will be included on your final exam. Be sure you can identify and explain the significance of each of these items. Know Constitutional Amendments 16-22! Chapter 6 (World War I) armistice barrios conscientious objector conscription convoy espionage imperialism migrant militarism nationalism propaganda reparations self-determination causes of World War I trigger of World War I Allies Central Powers Western Front Role of geography in WWI years of WWI years of U.S. involvement in WWI u-boats reasons for U.S. involvement in WWI Selective Service Act new warfare in WWI civil liberties during WWI propaganda in WWI African Americans in the military Great Migration women in World War I Woodrow Wilson Treaty of Versailles: problems; reasons for U.S. failure to ratify League of Nations

54 Chapter 7 (1920s) anarchist capitalism communism socialism laissez-faire graft buying on margin bull market bear market fundamentalism modernism installment buying inflation Prohibition flapper 1918 Influenza pandemic Red Scare of the 1920s A. Mitchell Palmer Sacco-Vanzetti trial 1920s presidents: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover: attitude toward business; scandals (Harding) Henry Ford: assembly line automobile: mass production and impact installment plan and advertising/consumer spending women in the 1920s: social changes Butler Act/ Scopes Trial nativism immigration quotas Ku Klux Klan media and a common American culture Charles Lindbergh Lost Generation: definition, key writers Harlem Renaissance: definition, key people Chapters 8&9(Great Depression & the New Deal) recession depression foreclosure collective bargaining gross domestic product buying on margin trickle-down economics rugged individualism deficit spending causes of the Great Depression Black Tuesday/effects

55 Dow Jones Industrial Average banking crisis unemployment Dust Bowl Herbert Hoover Bonus Army Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal public works relief, recovery, reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority criticism of New Deal court packing Social Security Act labor unions in the New Deal legacies/ impact of the New Deal Eleanor Roosevelt end of the Great Depression Chapters 10 & 11 (World War II) Dates: overall and years U.S. involved Allies, Axis totalitarianism fascism Nazism/ Nazi Party anti-semitism appeasement blitzkrieg amphibious RAF Lend-Lease Act Stalin Mussolini Hitler: rise to power Hitler s aggression: purpose & territories Role of Neville Chamberlain Invasion of Poland: methods; start of WWII Invasion of France Dunkirk Battle of Britain Churchill American isolationism Japanese aggression: purpose & territories; role of Hideki Tojo U.S. response: embargo

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