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Europe post WWI
Short Answer
Short Answer Section 1
What writers affected post war culture and what did they write. (Write about three) six points
T.S. Eliot, an American Poet, wrote about how Western society had lost its spiritual values
Wrote Poem Wasteland
William Butler Yeats wrote poem “The Second Coming”: “Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;/Mere
anarchy is looed upon the world.”
Franz Kafka, Czech born, The Trial (1925) and The Castle (1926) which were books that feature people
caught in threatening situations they can neither understand nor escape
James Joyce novel Ulysses (1922) used Freud’s theory of unconscious in his
What are some artist and architect that challenged traditional values? (Name Three and type of style) six
Expressionist painters like Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky used bold colors and distorted or
exaggerated forms
Georges Braque of France and Pablo Picasso of Spain founded Cubism which transformed natural shapes
into geometric forms
Surrealism, is an art movement that sought to link the world of dreams with real life.
Inspired by Freud’s ideas…surreal means “beyond or above reality”
Dada and Surrealism, Hans Arp and Max Ernst did not use discipline or morality in their works…
shocked viewers
Frank Lloyd Wright reflected the Bauhaus belief that function of a building should determine its form
(moved away from ornamentation)
Section 3 Short Answer: What is fascism? Two points
Fascism – loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader
No clear defined theory or program
Extreme nationalism
Peaceful states were doomed to be conquered
Special colored uniforms, special salutes and mass rallies
No individual rights each class has a place and function
Made up of aristocrats, industrialists, war veterans and lower middle class
Section 4 Short Answer:
What are the three German Reichs or Empires? Three points
Holy Roman Empire, Bismarck united Germany, Hitler uniting
German speaking people
Section 1 and 2
Who was the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic, she later disappeared
trying to cross the Pacific?
Amelia Earhart
Who was a Polish born French scientist and others were experimenting with
Marie Curie
Who was Austrian physician, believed behavior is irrational, or beyond reason?
Sigmund Freud
Who was German-born physicist who offered new ideas on space, time, energy,
and matter? (Theory of Relativity)
Albert Einstein
What believes that there is no universal meaning of life, each person creates his
or her own meaning in life through choices made and actions taken?
What word means the right to vote?
Who and Emma Goldman risked arrest by speaking in favor of birth control?
Margaret Sanger
Who made the first solo crossing of the Atlantic traveling 33 hours from New York
City to Paris?
Charles Lindbergh
Who believed Western ideas such as reason, democracy, and progress stifled
people’s creativity and actions? (Externalist)
Fredrich Nietzsche
What is the stream-of-consciousness?
It is where the author attempts to mirror the workings of the human mind.
What music started in the United States (New Orleans, Memphis and Chicago),
developed mainly by African Americans that had a lively and loose beat that
captured the freedom of the age?
What country broke away from Great Britain in 1922?
What is a coalition government?
It is a temporary alliance of several parties, was needed to form a parliamentary
What plan helped stabilize Germany by loaning them money and gave them a
realistic payment schedule?
Dawes Plan
What countries stock collapse helped trigger the Great Depression?
United States
Which government did the German people blame all their trouble on?
Weimar Republic
What did the Kellogg-Briand Pact do?
It renounced war as an instrument of national policy, you can go to war only in
What was raised that caused world trade to drop 65 percent?
Section 3
Who was the leader of Germany known as Der Fuhrer?
Adolf Hitler
Who was a newspaper editor and politician who wanted to revive its economy and
armed forces? Followers were black shirts and he is from Italy.
What is the German brand of Fascism called?
What did Hitler write after the failure of the Munich Putsch?
My Struggle
What is another name of the Storm Troopers?
Brown Shirts
What is lebensraum?
Living Space
What was the name of the secret police that helped the SS (Schutzstaffel)?
What was the purpose of the Hitler Youth and League of German Girls?
Indoctrinate school children
What occurred on November 9th where the Nazis burned Jewish churches and
Night of the Broken Glass
What occurred between June 30th and July 2nd in 1934 where Hitler had his
opposition killed including Ernst Röhm the leader of the SA?
Night of the Long Knives
What laws restricted Jews and Germany and tried to purify German blood?
Nuremburg Laws
Section 4
Who was the leader of Ethiopia that lost power when Italy invaded his lands? (It
is us today but it will be you tomorrow)
Haile Selassie
Who was Prime Minister of Great Britain during the Munich Conference?
Neville Chamberlain
Who became dictator of Spain after their civil war?
Francisco Franco
What part of China did Japan take over and create a puppet state? They said it
was not a war but incident.
What was the demilitarize zone that Germany sent troops into?
What was the name of the alliance of Germany, Italy and Japan?
Axis Powers
What conference gave Germany the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia?
Munich Conference
What city did Japan brutalize where they murdered the population and raped
many women?
What is it called when you give in to the demands of an aggressor? I gave a
whining child as an example.
Anschluss was achieved when Germany invaded?
What was signed that got Germany the courage to invade Poland?
Nonaggression Pact
Maps and Graphs
Random Trivia