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Chapter 28

Chapter 28

Chapter 28. Affluence and Its Discontents, 1954-1963. Web. Foreign Policy, 1954-1960. The New Look Less reliance on expensive ground forces Greater reliance on airpower, advanced nuclear capabilities, and covert action Massive retaliation

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POST-WAR BRITAIN

POST-WAR BRITAIN

POST-WAR BRITAIN. Post-war Britain The Loss of Empire a. India b. Egypt The Search for Economic Well-Being Conservative Rule Industrial Decline The Thatcher Revolution Attempts at Peace in Ireland Conservative Decline and the Rise of New Labour Labour’s Return to Power

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A.P. European History The Cold War Era

A.P. European History The Cold War Era

A.P. European History The Cold War Era. The Cold War Era. Containment And Conflict. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. The Cold War Heats Up. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Decolonization. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. The Soviet Union. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Eastern Europe. 100.

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Economic Recovery and the End of European Empire

Economic Recovery and the End of European Empire

Economic Recovery and the End of European Empire. Post-War Political and Economic Framework. Bretton Woods Conference (1944): created International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and WTO Lay foundations for modern monetary system; based on U.S. dollar

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MODERN MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY HONORS NON-WESTERN HISTORY MR. TUMINO

MODERN MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY HONORS NON-WESTERN HISTORY MR. TUMINO

MODERN MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY HONORS NON-WESTERN HISTORY MR. TUMINO. Prentice Hall Text Chapter 16-section 2 Chapter 22-sections 2-4. 2. Modernization in Turkey and Iran. IRAN. TURKEY.

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Study Guide

Study Guide

Study Guide. Ottomans. Location: Capital: Istanbul Turkey, extended into Europe and North Africa Famous ruler: Suleiman the Magnificent. Safavids. Location: Centered in Iran Famous ruler: Abbas the Great. Comparison. Ottomans. Safavids. Shi’ite Shah was leader Ally of Europe.

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Middle East

Middle East

Middle East. Iran had been in a state of instability since 1951 It had once been a British colony, but in 1941 the British “withdrew” and placed the Shah in power The British owned the main oil company in Iran and profited from it greatly

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Bell Ringer:

Bell Ringer:

Bell Ringer: . Remember your current event so we can talk about them! Put your current event write up on my desk. . Political Change. Africa vs. Middle East Independence Movements vs. Older, traditional, upper-class or even royal generations. Iraq and Jordan: British Monarchs after WW2

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The Mandate System 1920

The Mandate System 1920

POST World War I. The Mandate System 1920. Balfour Declaration 1917?. C 31 Sec 3: Nationalism in North Africa and the Middle East. Nationalism. North Africa: Morocco and Tunisia granted independence from the French in 1956 Algeria granted independence in 1962

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Cold War and New Nations

Cold War and New Nations

Cold War and New Nations. 736-748 751-752. New Nations. Israel. Indonesia. UN decided to split Palestine between Jews and Arabs 1948 – David Ben-Gurion declared statehood Attacked by surrounding nations C ease fire. Achmed Sukarno declared independence 1945 Dutch returned 1946

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Six-Day War (The 1967 War)

Six-Day War (The 1967 War)

Six-Day War (The 1967 War). June 5 - June 10, 1967. It has been said that for Israel this war was a question of sheer survival; for the Arabs it was one of credibility. The war will result in Israel controlling the Golan Heights, Jerusalem and the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and the Sinai. .

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The End of Empire

The End of Empire

The End of Empire. Ch 39. Decolonization in Asia. India. Deep division between Hindus, Muslims “Vivisection” of India (Ghandi) - Jawaharlal Nehru& Ghandi warned against communalism/ would destroy national identity  1947 partition 500,000 killed 10 million refugees.

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The Cold War

The Cold War

The Cold War. Or a “ Cold Peace ” Chapter 25 with Chapter 28 Section 1. Winston Churchill. “ Iron Curtain ” Speech Fulton, Missouri – March 5, 1946 At Westminster College

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Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Why Egypt chose Nasser (the revolutionary party) over the communists and the muslim brotherhood and what did many have against the Muslim Brotherhood?. By Sammie Coffler, Ellie Blattie, Natalie Dusek, Lynzi Svoboda, Will Belzer, Zukeyna Warsame, Deven Harlan . Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

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Stalin & USSR 1945-1953 Objectives…

Stalin & USSR 1945-1953 Objectives…

Stalin & USSR 1945-1953 Objectives…. Analyze life in the USSR during the Cold War Judge the final legacy of Joseph Stalin (Uncle Joe) Analyze the changes that take place after the death of Joseph Stain in the USSR . Stalin and the USSR 1945-1953 3 Themes. Industrial Growth

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Questioning Society: The Egyptian Revolution

Questioning Society: The Egyptian Revolution

Questioning Society: The Egyptian Revolution. By: Donte Servidone. Background. Emergency Law Followed the assassination of Anwar El Sadat Freedom of the press regulated El Sadat superseded by Hosni Mubarak For 24 years, only candidate allowed

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Unit 12

Unit 12

Unit 12. Israel & The Middle East. Resources for Unit 12. Workbook p. 269-278 Textbook p. 874-879 p. 892-894 What Every Student Should Know About Israel and the Middle East (online). Calendar of Events. Key Terms Quiz #1 – Fri day April 4

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The Emergence of a Jewish Homeland

The Emergence of a Jewish Homeland

The Emergence of a Jewish Homeland. The creation of Israel & subsequent consequences. The Mid-East before & during WWII. After WWI, old Ottoman Empire broken up into mandates Controlled by France & Great Britain Syria, Jordan, Palestine WWII leaves France & Great Britain drained

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Egypt:

Egypt:

Egypt: . Learning Target: I can explain how nationalism caused changes in Egypt. Nationalism : pride and devotion to one’s nation. Gained independence from Great Britain in 1922, BUT, British troops occupied the Suez Canal Zone 1936 Treaty allows Britain to defend Egypt

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North Africa today

North Africa today

North Africa today. Chapter 11 Section 1. 1. Egypt today. Capital: Cairo Is the center of the Muslim World – has many schools, universities, and mosques Lifeline of Egypt – NILE RIVER (supplies 85% of Egypt’s water) Controlled by dams and channels

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