Adv. World History II

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1. 1900's

1.1. Temperance Movement: begun 1900

1.1.1. 1905: three states made alcohol illegal

1.1.2. 1912: 9 states made alcohol illegal

1.1.3. 1916: 26 out of the 48 states made alcohol illegal

1.2. Suffrage

1.2.1. Right to vote

1.2.2. Suffragists

1.3. Red Scare

1.3.1. Fear of Communists, Anarchists

1.3.2. Renewed isolation

1.3.3. Strict immigration laws

1.3.3.1. "undesirables"

2. 1920's

2.1. Great Migrations

2.1.1. African Americans came from the South to the northern cities for jobs

2.2. Harlem Renaissance

2.2.1. increased population 14k-200k

2.2.2. Jazz age, youth movement; flappers

2.3. Amendments

2.3.1. 18th: alcohol is made illegal

2.3.2. 19th: women can vote

2.4. Stock Market Crashed

2.4.1. Oct. 29th, 1929 the stock market crashes

2.4.2. Leads America and the rest of the world in Great Depression

2.4.2.1. Great Depression begins

3. The Great Depression

3.1. 1930: Severe drought and dust bowl ruins Farmer's crops

3.2. 1932: Congress established the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to lend $2 billion to banks, insurance companies, etc. to help organizations and farmers.

3.2.1. Stocks reach their lowest point

3.3. 1933: President FDR took office

3.3.1. Unemployment level reaches 25%

3.3.2. The Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) : young men to work in federal and state parks

3.3.3. National Recovery Administration (NRA) behun

3.3.4. The Civil Works Administration (CWA) gave 4 million people jobs

3.4. 1935: The Work Projects Administration (WPA) employed over 8.4 million people across the country

3.5. 1936: FDR elected as president for second term

3.6. 1940: FDR elected as president for third

3.7. 1941: Great Depression Ended, WWII begun

4. World War II

4.1. 1938

4.1.1. German troops break Treaty of Versallie

4.1.2. Kristallnacht in Germany -> 1936 "No Jews"

4.1.2.1. No Jews in Parliment

4.2. 1939

4.2.1. Turkey Allies with France & Britian

4.2.2. Nazi Soviet pact agrees to partition Poland

4.2.3. Germany occupies Czech, annexes Lithuania

4.2.4. Italy invades Albania

4.2.4.1. fascist

4.2.5. Germany invades Poland

4.2.6. Britain & France declare war

4.2.7. Russia invades Poland & Finland

4.2.7.1. encounter strong resistance

4.3. 1940

4.3.1. Winston Churchill becomes British Prime Minister - replaced Neveille Chamberlain

4.3.2. Italy declares war on France and Britain

4.3.3. Germany bombing campaign leads to Battle of British "Blitz".

4.3.4. Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia join USSR

4.4. 1941

4.4.1. Hideki Tojo becomes Prime Minister of Japan

4.4.2. Japanese surprise U.S by attacking Peal Harbor

4.4.3. Japanese forces invade Philippines

4.4.4. Germans invade USSR occupy Ukraine

4.4.5. Germany and U.S declare war on U.S

4.4.6. U.S gov't pass Lend-Lead Act

4.4.7. U.S declare war on Japan

4.4.8. Manhattan Project builds atomic bombs

4.5. 1942

4.5.1. U.S defeats Japan Mid-turn

4.5.2. U.S aircraft makes a bombing on Tokyo

4.5.3. Japanese-Americans go to camps; untrusted

4.6. 1943

4.6.1. Britain and U.S agree wit USSR to open second front against Germany

4.6.1.1. Tehran Meeting

4.6.2. Stalingrad

4.6.3. Jews in Warsaw ghetto attempt to upraise against Germans

4.7. 1944

4.7.1. U.S starts bombing campaign on Japan

4.7.2. Operation Overlord: Allied forces under General Eisenhower -> Break through German Lines Atlantic Walls

4.7.3. FDR elected fourth term

4.8. 1945

4.8.1. U.S drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

4.8.1.1. Japan surrenders

4.8.2. Hitler commits suicide

5. Civil Rights Movement

5.1. Harlem Renaissance

5.1.1. Cultural movement of the 1920's and early 1930's

5.1.1.1. Great Migration

5.1.2. Education and employment opportunities followed WWI - African Middle Class

5.1.3. Music

5.1.3.1. Jazz and Blues

5.1.3.2. Bessie Smith

5.1.3.3. Duke Ellington

5.1.3.4. Fats Waller

5.1.4. NAACP and National Urban League shifted their focus to economic and social issues

5.1.5. Tensions between whites and African Americans

5.1.5.1. Riots broke out in 1935

5.2. Segreation

5.2.1. Political, legal, and social struggle for full citizenship

5.2.2. Challenge to segregation laws and customs

5.2.3. Organizations and Individuals

5.2.3.1. boycotts

5.2.3.2. protest marches

5.2.3.3. refusal to abide segregation laws

5.2.4. Jim Crow Laws

5.2.5. "For Whites Only"/"Colored"

5.2.5.1. Schools, transportation, restaurants were separated

5.2.6. Disenfranchisement

5.2.6.1. 1890-1910

5.2.7. 15th Amendment

5.2.7.1. Everyone has equal rights

5.2.8. Northern states weren't as bad as Southern states

5.2.8.1. 10% of African Americans lived up North

5.2.9. School Desegregation

5.2.9.1. 1954 Warren Court landmark ruling in Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka

5.2.9.2. 1955 whites opposed to desegregation

5.2.10. Montgomery Bus Boycott

5.2.10.1. 1955 Rosa Parks was arrested because she wouldn't give up her seat for a white man

5.2.10.2. MLK Jr.

5.2.10.2.1. President of Montgomery Improvement Association directer the boycott

5.2.10.2.2. Attracted people from inside and outside of South

5.2.10.3. Blacks boycotted to take transportaion

5.3. Sit-ins

5.3.1. Blacks were sitting at a "Whites Only" lunch counters, they were kicked out

5.4. By 1963 JFK proposed Civil Rights legislation

5.5. March of Washington

5.5.1. MLK Jr's "I have a Dream Speech"

5.5.1.1. At Lincoln Memorial

5.5.2. Johnson pushed Civil Rghts Act of 1964

5.6. MLK Jr. was shot in 1968 ending the Civil Rights Movement

6. Vietnam War

6.1. 1955

6.1.1. Ngo Dinh Diem refuses elections

6.1.2. China and USSR pledge more money to Hanoi

6.1.3. Diem urges to negotiate with Hanoi

6.1.3.1. defeats Bao Dai

6.2. 1956

6.2.1. French leave Vietnam

6.2.2. US MAAG

6.2.2.1. trains South Vietnam

6.3. 1957

6.3.1. Communist insurgency

6.3.1.1. moves into South Vietnam

6.3.2. Guerrilla warfare begins

6.3.3. Terrorists bomb Saigon

6.3.3.1. Americans wounded

6.4. 1959

6.4.1. VN/ Cambodia boarder

6.4.1.1. Ho Chi Minh Trail was built

6.4.2. Diem cracks down on dissents

6.5. 1960

6.5.1. JPK was elected

6.6. 1961

6.6.1. JFK asked to help South Vietnam, equipped over 3,000

6.7. 1962

6.7.1. Operation Chopper

6.7.2. Operation Ranch-hand

6.7.2.1. Nixon

6.8. 1963

6.8.1. JFK gets shot, LBJ takes over

6.8.2. Diem was overthrown, then murdered

6.9. 1965-1966

6.9.1. Operation "Rolling Thunder"

6.9.1.1. More Will Power

6.9.2. CORE

6.9.2.1. 8x more drafted

6.10. 1967

6.10.1. Operation "Cedar Falls

6.10.1.1. Take down military Vietcing

6.10.2. Secretary of Defense McNamara

6.10.2.1. Bombing infectual

6.11. 1968

6.11.1. Tet Offensive

6.11.1.1. Attacked from tunels

6.11.2. My Lai Massacre

6.11.2.1. Raped and killed people

6.11.3. LBJ was shot and killed

6.11.4. Nixon was elected

6.12. 1969

6.12.1. Secret bombing of Cambodia

6.13. 1970

6.13.1. Shinanouk ousted form Cambodia

6.14. 1972

6.14.1. Nixon

6.14.1.1. Visits China

6.14.1.2. Watergate

6.14.1.3. Is re-elected

6.14.2. Ho Chi Minh died

6.15. 1974

6.15.1. Nixon resigns

6.16. 1975

6.16.1. Last Americans evacuate

6.16.2. Fall of Saigon

6.16.3. Ford says "Vietnam war is finished"

7. Korean War

7.1. Leaders

7.1.1. Harry S. Truman

7.1.1.1. President of U.S

7.1.2. Syngman Rhee

7.1.2.1. South Korea

7.1.3. Kim Il Sung

7.1.3.1. North Korea

7.2. Tentions

7.2.1. 1945 Allies divided Korea into two zones

7.3. The Koreans

7.3.1. Republic of Korea in South

7.3.1.1. Got help from the Americans

7.3.2. North Korea -> Communist

7.3.2.1. Got support and supplies by USSR and China

7.4. U.S help South Korea

7.4.1. Helped build army

7.4.2. Douglas MacArthur

7.4.2.1. Began to help supply South Korea

7.4.2.2. Trained army

7.4.2.3. Fired April 11th, 1951

7.4.2.4. Led attack on 1950 to recapture Seoul

7.5. 38th Parallel

7.5.1. Split North and South Korea

7.5.2. Truce July 27th, 1953

8. Cold War

8.1. Leaders

8.1.1. Russia

8.1.1.1. Stalin

8.1.1.2. Nikita Khruschev

8.1.2. U.K

8.1.2.1. Churchhill

8.1.3. U.S.A

8.1.3.1. Truman

8.1.3.1.1. Truman Doctrine

8.1.3.1.2. Marshall Plan

8.1.3.2. Eisenhower

8.1.3.2.1. Domino Theory

8.1.3.2.2. Atoms for Peace 1953

8.1.3.3. JFK

8.1.3.3.1. Cuban Missile Crisis

8.1.3.3.2. Bay of Pigs

8.1.3.3.3. Vietnam

8.1.3.4. Reagan

8.1.3.4.1. Berlin Wall

8.1.3.5. Nixon

8.1.3.5.1. Watergate

8.1.3.6. Carter

8.1.3.6.1. Focused on Human Rights

8.1.4. China

8.1.4.1. Mao Zedong

8.1.4.1.1. 1949: Takes over China

8.1.5. Cuba

8.1.5.1. Castro

8.1.5.1.1. 1959: Takes over Cube

8.1.5.1.2. 1961: Goes communists, allies with USSR

8.2. Iron Curtain

8.2.1. Separated west and east Europe

8.2.2. Dominated by USSR

8.2.3. East was Communist

8.3. Berlin Airlift

8.3.1. Russia blocked East from West Berlin

8.3.2. U.S, U.K, and France airlifted supplies

8.3.3. 11 month

8.4. NATO

8.4.1. Collective defense from communist nations

8.5. Second Red Scare

8.5.1. Joseph McCarthy thought it would be funny to mes with the U.S talking about communist spreading in the nation

8.6. Space Race

8.6.1. Russia had the first man in Space

8.6.1.1. Sputnik, 1957

8.6.2. America

8.6.2.1. "Man on the moon"

8.6.2.2. Apollo 11

8.6.2.3. Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin

8.7. Soviet Union dissolves

8.7.1. 1991

9. Israel and Palestine

9.1. Reasons

9.1.1. Palestine

9.1.1.1. Arabs lived in the area of Israel for 2000 years were forced to move

9.1.1.2. Palestinians were forced to live in camps

9.1.1.3. Jerusalem is the holy land

9.2. Effects

9.2.1. Palestinians became refugees around world

9.2.2. Terrorism is a constant threat in Israel

9.2.3. Israel puts a wall around Palestine's areas to prevent terrosism

9.3. Events

9.3.1. 1947: Creation of Israel

9.3.1.1. Jewish State = Israel

9.3.1.2. Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria = >:(

9.3.2. 1956: The Sues Crises

9.3.3. 1967: Six Day War

9.3.4. 1973: Yom Kippu War

9.3.4.1. Arabic attack on Jewish holiday