Ussr PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Why did the USSR become a super power after WWII? - presentation
Objective:. To analyse the reasons why the USSR became a superpower after WWII. Consider the origins of the Cold War. Task 1:. What can you learn?. Core. : Describe: What . can you . see?. Stretch. : Explain: What learn .
What caused the collapse of the USSR and end of the Cold Wa - presentation
L/O – To identify and evaluate the long and short-term causes of the collapse of the USSR. The ‘Sudden’ Collapse of the USSR. On Xmas Day in 1991, Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as President and the USSR ceased to exist. Thus ending the Cold War. No one in the West had predicted it!.
Why did the USSR invade Afghanistan in 1979? - presentation
Learning objective . – to be able to explain the . reasons why the USSR invaded Afghanistan in 1979.. I can . describe. the . reasons . why the USSR invaded Afghanistan in 1979. .. Grade D. I can .
What was the impact of the USSR Invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968? - presentation
Learning objective . – to be able to assess the impact of the USSR invasion of Czechoslovakia In 1968.. I can . describe. the key features of the USSR invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.. Grade D.
Russian Relations - presentation
From the USSR to Modern Day Russia. Vladimir Lenin. Leader of the . USSR. from 1917-1924. Led the . Bolsheviks. to revolt and remove Tsar Nicholas the II and the royal family. . Implemented a . Communist Party .
What was the Cold War? - presentation
L/O – To identify the key features and turning points of the Cold War and understand the nature of the conflict. What was the Cold War?. Cold War. . = . a period of extreme tension between states stopping just short of war..
The Cold War: An Introduction - presentation
From Allies to Enemies & Cold War Theory. Thesis. The West's fear of communism and perception that the USSR reneged on a series of deals made at various conferences at the end of World War II, coupled with Joseph Stalin's paranoia about at Third World War led to an increasing divided between the Allies at the end of World War II. This caused tacit escalation on both sides resulting in the perception that two ideologies were opposite and incompatible. The result was a series of moves isolation and dividing Europe between East and West, resulting in the Cold War.
Cold War in the Making - presentation
HI 168: . Lecture 11. Dr. Howard Chiang. OVERVIEW. Rise of Cold War in East Asia: 1945-46:. - Beginnings. - Turning Point: Truman’s Decision. - In Perspective. The CCP’s “Lean-to-One-Side Decision”.
What were the key features of détente? - presentation
Learning objective . – to be able to explain the key features and the impact of the era of détente between 1963 and 1979.. I can . describe. the key features détente on the Cold War.. Grade D. I can .
Causes of the Cold - presentation
War tension. What is the message of this cartoon? (7). An American cartoon, published in 1947. It shows Marshall on the left and Uncle Sam sitting down.. The caption says Neighbours. ‘Come on Sam! It’s up to us again!’ .
After World War II – 1945 to now - presentation
Unit 1 – The Heirs of War. After WWII, the US:. was only major power whose territory had not been destroyed by war. produced more than ½ industrial and agriculture output. had vast reserves of oil.
How effectively did the USA contain the spread of communism - presentation
Case Study: Korean . War, Arms Race. THE KOREAN WAR. Korea occupied by Japan until the end of WWII . North liberated by Soviets; South by the Americans . North = communist, one-party Soviet system. South = anti-communist (not very democratic) but supported by USA.
Cold War Crisis Builds - presentation
Arms Race. September 2, 1949. USSR Tested their first nuclear weapon. October 1949. China fell to the communists. January 1950. Truman ordered Atomic Energy Commission to build the H Bomb (1,000 X more powerful than A bomb).
Chapter 36: - presentation
The Cold War . Begins . 1945-1952. In 1946, post war USA was characterized by an epidemic of labor strikes. . Taft–Hartley Act. , enacted June 23, 1947, restricted the activities and power of labor unions in the years after WWII. .
You will be sitting a whole paper 1 Mock ( - presentation
Understanding the Modern World.) You will need to revise. Germany 1890-1945 and Conflict and Tension (Cold War). . You need to complete all the tasks in this guide. It is not enough however to really learn the information and revise properly to just complete them. You need to read back through the mind-maps of information and highlight and then reduce to either flash cards or create mind-maps from memory. .
The Cold War Two Superpowers Emerge - presentation
Preview and Processing. Who are the main characters in the cartoon?. What is the cartoon implying about the United Nations?. What is the cartoon saying about communication between democratic and communist countries?.
JFK Election of 1960 - presentation
Irish-American, son of a former senator, war hero, Catholic, Youngest president . Won popularity during first ever televised presidential debates. Sec. of Defense. : Robert McNamara. US Attorney Gen.
Warm Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v - presentation
Warm Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v =-QopdZ7G8ww Who was to blame for the breakdown of the Grand Alliance? L/O – To discuss and evaluate the role played by various factors in the outbreak of the Cold War
SR-71: A Revolution in Aerospace - presentation
Martin F. Holmes. SAE 550: Professor Axelband. MIT Aerospace Engineering w/ PoliSci, Air Force. Cold War with USSR. US developed U-2 to gather overhead intelligence on USSR (missiles, nuclear, . submarines, ground forces.
The Rise of Totalitarian Leaders….. - presentation
In Eastern Europe, Democracy is failing.. WHY???. Little tradition of political democracy. Many illiterate peasants. Much land dominated by large landowners who feared peasant uprisings. Ethnic conflicts.
Paper 1 – Communism in Crisis - presentation
Lesson . 3a . – . Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (1978-88). Essential . Question. To what extent did the Afghanistan War lead to the collapse of the Soviet Union?. Learning Outcomes - Students will:.
Rising Wall - presentation
Have your Study Guide Out for Chapters 1 and 2. Have a Novel. CLEAR DESK OF ALL OTHER MATERIALS. 1914 – 1917 –. World War I. Russian people are tired, poor, underfed, underpaid. Fighting with no weapons .
1 The Cold War 1945-1990 - presentation
US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Democracy vs. Communism. Capitalism vs. Socialism. 3. The Cold War. US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Democracy vs. Communism. Capitalism vs. Socialism.
The “Cold War” was not a “hot” war because American and Soviet soldiers never faced each ot - presentation
Both sides knew that a real “WW3”, a nuclear war, would be unwinnable.. However the Cold War had many characteristics of an actual war:. Arms race . (when countries compete to have the most effective armed forces).