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World History II

Unit 8: Interwar Years 1919-1939


Homework Sheet #12
D BLOCK
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
15 16 17 18 19
Causes of Lenin and USSR Rise of Stalin No Class Stalin and
Russian HW#17 Due HW#18 Due Totalitarianism
Revolution

22 23 24 25 26
Nationalism in MCAS: G, H, A MCAS: E,F,C,D MCAS: Career Day:
the Middle East No Class Nationalism in B,A,G,H,F E, F, G, H
HW#19 the Middle East No Class No Class

HW #17
Read textbook section 30.1 pages 769-774. Answer the following questions:
1. Define: a. pogrom, b. Trans-Siberian railway, c. Bolsheviks, d. V.I. Lenin, e. Duma,
f. Rasputin, e. provisional government, f. soviet g. NEP, h. USSR
2. What methods did Alexander III use to maintain his authority over the Russian
people?
3. Why did industrialization in Russia lead to unrest?
4. Explain how each of the following showed the weakness of the czar and paved the
way for revolution: A. Russo-Japanese War, B. Revolution of 1905, C. World War I
5. What was the March Revolution?
6. Why was Lenin’s leadership crucial to the success of the Russian Revolution?

HW #18
Read textbook section 30.2. Answer questions 1 and 2 on page 780.

HW#19
Read pages 788-789. Answer the following questions:
1. Who was Mustafa Kemal? How did he transform Turkey into a modern nation?
2. How did Iran and Saudi Arabia develop differently or similarly to Turkey?
Read Current Events article on Turkey.
1. Write a one-paragraph summary
2. Write 1-2 questions that you have after reading this article.

HW#20
Read pages 801-806.
1. Define: coalition government, Weimar Republic, Great Depression, “Black Tuesday,”
Franklin D. Roosevelt, New Deal.
2. Create a detailed cause and effect chart for the Great Depression. Your chart should
answer the questions: What global factors triggered the Great Depression? What were
the global consequences of the Great Depression?
Cause Effect

3. What actions did the US, Britain, France, and the Scandanavian countries take to try to
recover from the Great Depression? Give specific examples for each country.
World History II
Unit 8: Interwar Years 1919-1939
Homework Sheet #12
E BLOCK
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
15 16 17 18 19
Causes of Lenin and USSR Rise of Stalin No Class Stalin and
Russian HW#17 Due HW#18 Due Totalitarianism
Revolution

22 23 24 25 26
Nationalism in MCAS: G, H, A MCAS: E,F,C,D MCAS: Career Day:
the Middle East No Class Nationalism in B,A,G,H,F E, F, G, H
HW#19 the Middle East No Class Global
Depression
HW#20

HW #17
Read textbook section 30.1 pages 769-774. Answer the following questions:
7. Define: a. pogrom, b. Trans-Siberian railway, c. Bolsheviks, d. V.I. Lenin, e. Duma,
f. Rasputin, e. provisional government, f. soviet g. NEP, h. USSR
8. What methods did Alexander III use to maintain his authority over the Russian
people?
9. Why did industrialization in Russia lead to unrest?
10. Explain how each of the following showed the weakness of the czar and paved the
way for revolution: A. Russo-Japanese War, B. Revolution of 1905, C. World War I
11. What was the March Revolution?
12. Why was Lenin’s leadership crucial to the success of the Russian Revolution?

HW #18
Read textbook section 30.2. Answer questions 1 and 2 on page 780.

HW#19
Read pages 788-789. Answer the following questions:
3. Who was Mustafa Kemal? How did he transform Turkey into a modern nation?
4. How did Iran and Saudi Arabia develop differently or similarly to Turkey?
Read Current Events article on Turkey.
3. Write a one-paragraph summary
4. Write 1-2 questions that you have after reading this article.

HW#20
Read pages 801-806.
3. Define: coalition government, Weimar Republic, Great Depression, “Black Tuesday,”
Franklin D. Roosevelt, New Deal.
4. Create a detailed cause and effect chart for the Great Depression. Your chart should
answer the questions: What global factors triggered the Great Depression? What were
the global consequences of the Great Depression?
Cause Effect

3. What actions did the US, Britain, France, and the Scandanavian countries take to try to
recover from the Great Depression? Give specific examples for each country.
World History II
Unit 8: Interwar Years 1919-1939
Homework Sheet #12
H BLOCK
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
15 16 17 18 19
No Class Causes of Lenin and USSR Rise of Stalin Stalin and
Russian HW#17 Due HW#18 Due Totalitarianism
Revolution

22 23 24 25 26
No Class MCAS: G, H, A MCAS: E,F,C,D MCAS: Career Day:
Nationalism in No Class B,A,G,H,F E, F, G, H
the Middle East Nationalism in Global
HW#19 the Middle East Depression
HW#20

HW #17
Read textbook section 30.1 pages 769-774. Answer the following questions:
13. Define: a. pogrom, b. Trans-Siberian railway, c. Bolsheviks, d. V.I. Lenin, e. Duma,
f. Rasputin, e. provisional government, f. soviet g. NEP, h. USSR
14. What methods did Alexander III use to maintain his authority over the Russian
people?
15. Why did industrialization in Russia lead to unrest?
16. Explain how each of the following showed the weakness of the czar and paved the
way for revolution: A. Russo-Japanese War, B. Revolution of 1905, C. World War I
17. What was the March Revolution?
18. Why was Lenin’s leadership crucial to the success of the Russian Revolution?

HW #18
Read textbook section 30.2. Answer questions 1 and 2 on page 780.

HW#19
Read pages 788-789. Answer the following questions:
5. Who was Mustafa Kemal? How did he transform Turkey into a modern nation?
6. How did Iran and Saudi Arabia develop differently or similarly to Turkey?
Read Current Events article on Turkey.
5. Write a one-paragraph summary
6. Write 1-2 questions that you have after reading this article.

HW#20
Read pages 801-806.
5. Define: coalition government, Weimar Republic, Great Depression, “Black Tuesday,”
Franklin D. Roosevelt, New Deal.
6. Create a detailed cause and effect chart for the Great Depression. Your chart should
answer the questions: What global factors triggered the Great Depression? What were
the global consequences of the Great Depression?
Cause Effect

3. What actions did the US, Britain, France, and the Scandanavian countries take to try to
recover from the Great Depression? Give specific examples for each country.