Palestine - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Palestine PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 7711-NDg5M



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Palestine

Description:

Making sure the Soviets and their allies didn't get too strong of a presence. ... from Egypt, the West Bank from Jordan, and the Golan Heights from Syria. ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:221
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 55
Provided by: valuedcu77
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Palestine


1
Palestine
India And China
1930s Europe and the outbreak Of war
Cold War
World War I
100
100
100
100
100
200
200
200
200
200
300
300
300
300
300
400
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
500
2
What was the primary political American interest
in the Middle East?
3
Making sure the Soviets and their allies didnt
get too strong of a presence.
4
What was the Balfour Declaration?
5
A statement from a 1917 British cabinet meeting
on their plan for a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
6
By the end of World War I, when there were just
under 100,000 Jews in Palestine, how many Arabs
were there?
7
Around 700,000.
8
What happened to the map of Palestine as a result
of the Six-Day War in 1967?
9
Israel gained much territory the Sinai Peninsula
from Egypt, the West Bank from Jordan, and the
Golan Heights from Syria.
10
  • When Britain tried to wash its hands of the mess
    in 1947 and turned things over to the U.N., what
    plan for Palestine did they come up with?
  • What was the position of the Jews?
  • What was the position of the Arabs?

11
  • The UN came up with a plan to partition Palestine
    into Jewish and Arab sections. 2. The Jews
    accepted it.
  • 3. The Arabs rejected it.

12
What did the British do in India, in an attempt
to resolve the inabilities of the Hindus and
Muslims in India to get along?
13
They decided to partition India into a Hindu
area, with independent Muslim countries on each
side (Pakistan on the west, and Bangladesh on the
east).
14
What did Maos communist Chinese forces do in
1934, that helped their survival?
15
The Long March, a retreat of several hundred
miles away from Nationalist Chinese forces, who
had been victorious over them in western China.
16
Idenify two reasons why Nathuram Godse, A Hindu
nationalist, Felt justified in killing Gandhi.
17
  • He didnt oppose Muslim violence against Hindus
    strongly enough
  • He didnt oppose the partition of India strongly
    enough
  • He accepted the promotion of Hindustani, a slang
    tongue, to the status of a national language.

18
What two major benefits did the Chinese
Communists obtain from the Russian intervention
against Japan at the end of World War II?
19
The use of abandoned Japanese military equipment,
Korean soldiers remaining in China, and
assistance from the Soviet Union.
20
Identify two shortcomings of Maos Great Leap
Forward (1957-1961)
21
  • Some ten to forty million Chinese people died.
  • Chinese attempts at backyard furnaces produced
    low-quality iron that was useless for factories,
    and kept them from working in farms.
  • Widespread famines

22
Identify 2 of the following Kaiser Wilhelm
II Archduke Ferdinand Otto von Bismarck
23
Archduke Franz Ferdinand Crown Prince of
Austro-Hungarian Empire his assassination
ignited WWI Otto von Bismarck power behind
German unification wanted a strong Germany
within a peaceful Europe Kaiser Wilhelm II ruler
of Germany fired Bismarck
24
What was the major change that came about because
of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk?
25
Germany acquired huge chunks of Russian territory
26
Identify 3 of the planks in Woodrow Wilsons 14
Points
27
self-determination of nations public treaties
League of Nations arms reductions tariff
reductions (SPLAT!)
28
Identify three provisions of the Treaty of
Versailles, ending WWI
29
Germany accepted blame for WWI (the war-guilt
clause) the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was
nullified 30 billion war indemnity was forced
upon Germany German disarmament and
demilitarization of the Rhineland
30
Identify three causes of World War I
31
assassination of Archduke Ferdinand naval arms
race between England and Germany colonial
competition interlocking, secret treaties war
strategies assuming a two-front war
32
What were the two provisions of the
Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact?
33
Germany and Russia partitioned Poland Germany
and Russia signed a non-aggression treaty
34
Identify two steps that Hitler took in
repudiating Versailles, and expanding Germanys
borders before his invasion of Poland
35
Naval treaty with Britian giving Germany 35-60
percent of British naval force Remilitarization
of the Rhineland Incorporation of Austria into
Germany Incorporation of the Sudetenland
(Czechoslovakia) into Germany.
36
Identify three of the purposes of the Neutrality
Acts
37
No selling arms to nations at war No selling
military supplies (including oil) to nations at
war No selling arms or supplies to a nation
involved in a civil war Cash-and-carry policy
38
Arrange in chronological order D-Day Operation
Barbarossa Pearl Harbor Hitler invades Poland
39
Hitler invades Poland (Sept. 39) Operation
Barbarossa (June 41) Pearl Harbor (Dec 41) D-Day
(June 44)
40
Identify the nations that the following men were
leaders of 1. Benito Mussolini 2. Joseph
Stalin 3. Adolph Hitler 4. Neville Chamberlain 5.
Franklin Roosevelt
41
  • Italy
  • Soviet Union
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • United States

42
Correct this statement about the Berlin
AirliftAfter World War II, the United States
shut off access to East Berlin, (via roads and
railways) to the communists.
43
After World War II, the Soviet Union shut off
access to West Berlin, (via roads and railways)
to the US and its allies.
44
In the middle of which war was General MacArthur
recalled, and why?
45
In the middle of the Korean War, because he
continued to make threatening statements about
bombing and attacking China.
46
  • Answer both questions correctly
  • Identify the two different provisions of the
    Marshall Plan
  • What group of nations did NOT participate in this
    program?

47
  • Grants and loans to European countries, to
    purchase goods made in America alongside grants
    to develop their own industries with loans
  • Eastern bloc/Warsaw Pact

48
For what historical reasons did the Russians feel
justified in occupying eastern Europe?
49
The Germans had invaded their country twice in
the forty years prior to 1945, with devastating
effect.
50
Identify four elements of the Reagan Revolution.
51
1. increased defense spending2. tax cuts3. Star
Wars (SDI)4. proxy conflicts in Third World
(Nicaruagua, Afghanistan, Granada, El Salvador)5.
fall of Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact
52
Final Jeopardy
Make your wager
53
Final Answer
54
Final Question
About PowerShow.com