7th Grade History - Post WWI and the Roaring Twenties (33 ID’s)

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7th Grade History - Post WWI and the Roaring Twenties (33 ID’s)
2012-12-06 23:19:09
7th Grade History Post WWI Roaring Twenties 33 ID’s

7th Grade History - Post WWI and the Roaring Twenties (33 ID’s)
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  1. Wilson's 14 Points - # 1
    Abolition of secret treaties
  2. Wilson's 14 Points - # 2
    Freedom of the seas
  3. Wilson's 14 Points - # 3
    Free Trade
  4. Wilson's 14 Points - # 4
  5. Wilson's 14 Points - # 5
    Adjustment of colonial claims
  6. Wilson's 14 Points - # 6
    Russia to be assured independent development
  7. Wilson's 14 Points - # 7
    Restoration of Belgium to antebellum national status
  8. Wilson's 14 Points - # 8
    Alsace-Lorraine returned to France from Germany
  9. Wilson's 14 Points - # 9
    Italian borders redrawn on lines of nationality
  10. Wilson's 14 Points - # 10
    Austro-Hungarian Empire dissolved
  11. Wilson's 14 Points - # 11
    Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, and other Balkan states to be granted integrity and have their territories de-occupied.
  12. Wilson's 14 Points - # 12
    Sovereignty for the Turkish people of the Ottoman Empire as the Empire is dissolved.
  13. Wilson's 14 Points - # 13
    Establishment of an independent Poland with access to the sea
  14. Wilson's 14 Points - # 14
    General association of the nations – (League of Nations)
  15. Volga River
    The Volga is the largest river in Europe and flows through central Russia.  It is widely viewed as the national river of Russia.
  16. Don River
    The Don is one of the major rivers of Russia. The Don and Volga Rivers are connected by a canal.
  17. Prohibition
    Prohibition in the United States was the period from 1920 to 1933, during which the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcohol were banned nationally as mandated in the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
  18. Tensions in the Russian identity
    Westernizers vs. traditionalists: industrialism (which is where the rest of modern Europe was headed) vs. traditional farming of the land.
  19. Speakeasy

    • A speakeasy is an establishment that illegally sells alcoholic beverages.  Such establishments came into prominence in the United States during the period known as Prohibition
    • (1920–1933).
  20. Suffrage
    Suffrage is the civil right to vote, or the exercise of that right.
  21. Communism

    Communism is a sociopolitical movement that aims for a classless society structured upon communal ownership of the means of production and the end of wage labor and private property.
  22. Alien

    In U.S. law, an alien is "any person not a citizen or national of the United States." The U.S. Government's use of alien dates back to 1798, when it was used in the Alien and Sedition Acts.
  23. Reds

    Communists were called reds after the red flag of the International, which was the worldwide communist organization.
  24. Revolution of 1917 - (March Revolution)  
    The March Revolution removed Tsar Nicholas II from power in Petrograd (present-day St. Petersburg).
  25. Tsar

    Tsar (also spelled czar) is a title used to designate certain monarchs or supreme rulers. In Russia and Bulgaria the imperial connotations of the term were blurred with time and, by the 19th century, it had come to be viewed as an equivalent of King.
  26. Black Migration
    The Great Migration was the movement of 2 million African Americans out of the Southern United States to the Midwest, Northeast and West from 1910 to 1930. African Americans migrated to escape racism and seek employment opportunities in industrial cities.
  27. Bloody Sunday - (1905)
    Peasants and factory workers came to the winter palace asking for better working conditions and bread.  Czar Nicholas’s soldiers fired upon them. The color of the snow left behind gave this day its infamous name.
  28. Revolution of 1917 – (October Revolution)
    The October Revolution (also called the Bolshevik Revolution) overturned the interim provisional government and established the Soviet Union.
  29. Civil War
    After October, the Bolsheviks realized that they could not maintain power in an election-based system without sharing power with other parties and compromising their principles. In response, the Russian Civil War broke out in the summer of that year and would last well into 1920.
  30. The Last Czar
    Nicholas II ruled from 1894 until his abdication on 15 March 1917. His reign sawImperial Russia go from being one of the foremost great powers of the world to economic andmilitary collapse.
  31. Flapper
    "Flapper" in the 1920s was a term applied to a "new breed" of young Western women who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair and listened to jazz.
  32. Economic strains of WW1 on Russia
    • During the war Russia suffered great economic and military losses. This was the stepping-stone for revolutions that changed
    • Russia into a Communist society.
  33. Bolsheviks new name
    The Bolsheviks ultimately became the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.