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Be brief but be specific. Do NOT recite directly from the text. Present your answers from the readings, and do so in your own words. Please be clear, organized, and write properly, with correct grammar and spelling.Grades will be determined on the following criteria:Grades will be determined on the following criteria:1. Questions: How well did you answer the questions?2. Reading: Did you use the readings? Did you recite the readings or did you explain them in your own words?3. Writing: Was your writing clear, organized, and error-free?1. Origins of the Cold War:oWhat agreements were made at Yalta at the beginning of 1945?oWhat impact did they have on the Cold War?oWho was George Kennan and how did his ideas shape US Cold War policy?oWhat was the Marshall Plan?oWhat was its impact on the Cold War? 2. The Early Cold War:oWhat happened in Berlin in 1948? How did this impact the Cold War?oHow was the Korean War an example of US Cold War policy?oHow does the ‘Red Scare’ reflect the Cold War in America?3. Vietnam:oWhat is similar and different about the Vietnamese D of I, and the American D of I?oWhat charges does Ho Chi Minh make against the French and Japanese?oAre these similar to those of other independence leaders?oWhy did the US decide to get involved in Vietnam?oWhy was the war so difficult for American soldiers?oWhat was the Tet Offensive and how did it impact the Vietnam War at home and in Vietnam?4. End of Cold War and its After Effect:oWhat was the policy of détente? Why was it implemented? With what results?oHow did President Reagan change the nature of the Cold War?oWhat was SDI, and how was it instrumental in ending the Cold War?oHow did the Cold War end and why did it end this way?oWhat impact has the Cold War had on our world today?The full directions are in the fileYou only have to do part 2 which is listed essay 2 and are the questions that I posted here
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WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II
Exam 2
Spring 2018
Dr. George
EXAM 2 is worth 50 points. You must complete each of the two essays completely.
Be brief but be specific. Do NOT recite directly from the text. Present your answers from the readings, and do so
in your own words. Please be clear, organized, and write properly, with correct grammar and spelling.
Grades will be determined on the following criteria:
1. Questions: How well did you answer the questions?
2. Reading: Did you use the readings? Did you recite the readings or did you explain them in your own
words?
3. Writing: Was your writing clear, organized, and error-free?
(Essay 1) NAZI GERMANY AND WWII. (20 points)
ANSWER ALL!
1. Discuss how Hitler managed to increase the size of the German Army by 1938.
❖ Why was Hitler allowed to rearm?
❖ How does the Munich Agreement factor into this?
❖ Why was the German army so unbeatable?
2. Discuss the German invasion of the Soviet Union?
❖ How did the Winter War (1939-1940) impact the German invasion of the Soviet Union?
❖ Why was Germany’s initial invasion so successful?
❖ What slowed them down?
❖ What are the 3 Myths (Cherniavsky article, WWII discussion forum) surrounding the Russo-German
and why are they inaccurate?
❖ What enabled the Soviet Union to win the war against Germany?
(Essay 2) The Cold War: (30 points)
ANSWER ALL!
1. Origins of the Cold War:
o What agreements were made at Yalta at the beginning of 1945?
o What impact did they have on the Cold War?
o Who was George Kennan and how did his ideas shape US Cold War policy?
o What was the Marshall Plan?
o What was its impact on the Cold War?
2. The Early Cold War:
o What happened in Berlin in 1948? How did this impact the Cold War?
o How was the Korean War an example of US Cold War policy?
o How does the ‘Red Scare’ reflect the Cold War in America?
3. Vietnam:
o What is similar and different about the Vietnamese D of I, and the American D of I?
o What charges does Ho Chi Minh make against the French and Japanese?
o Are these similar to those of other independence leaders?
o Why did the US decide to get involved in Vietnam?
o Why was the war so difficult for American soldiers?
o What was the Tet Offensive and how did it impact the Vietnam War at home and in Vietnam?
4. End of Cold War and its After Effect:
o What was the policy of détente? Why was it implemented? With what results?
o How did President Reagan change the nature of the Cold War?
o What was SDI, and how was it instrumental in ending the Cold War?
o How did the Cold War end and why did it end this way?
o What impact has the Cold War had on our world today?
NOTE ON SOURCES: The exam is intended to be a mix of old and new information. On some occasions I am
asking you to return to previous course sources and class discussions. You are welcome to use YOUR discussion
posts word-for-word (please indicate when you do so), but not those of your classmates. If you found one of your
fellow student’s discussion post(s) informative, please re-write it in your OWN WORDS, and then give them
credit in your exam. Some of the answers to the questions will be located in the PowerPoint Presentations or the
textbook reading. Your are welcome to use the internet if you get stumped on anything, but please make sure your
source is valid. I would recommend sticking with “.edu” or “.org” web sites. Google allows you to search only
within those particular domains using their advanced search. Please use your OWN WORDS and provide a link to
the web site you used.
Extra Credit: Fictional Journal Entry. (up to 10 points)
❖ In a 1-3 page “diary entry,” pick one of the scenarios below and write a diary entry as if you
were actually an eyewitness to the event listed. The more creative the better. To get the extra
credit points you need to provide specific and accurate historical details. Feel free to use our
course materials or even information from the internet. However, THE JOURNAL ENTRY
MUST BE WRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Copy and pasting from the web, or simply
rewriting information from other sources will not only result in the forfeiture of the extra
credit points but will result in a penalty on your final exam score.
Scenarios:
1) An East Berlin resident on the night the Berlin Wall came down (Nov. 9, 1989)
2) A member of the Chinese Communist Party at the end of the “Long March” (October, 1936)
3) An American citizen living in Miami, Florida during the Cuban Missile Crisis (October, 1962)
EXAM IS DUE MAY 10.
• You will be awarded 1 extra credit point for each day for each day that you submit
your exam in advance of the deadline. (Maximum of 7 points).
• You will lose 5 points for each day you hand in your exam after the deadline. (No
papers accepted after MAY 9.
WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II
Exam 2
Spring 2018
Dr. George
EXAM 2 is worth 50 points. You must complete each of the two essays completely.
Be brief but be specific. Do NOT recite directly from the text. Present your answers from the readings, and do so
in your own words. Please be clear, organized, and write properly, with correct grammar and spelling.
Grades will be determined on the following criteria:
1. Questions: How well did you answer the questions?
2. Reading: Did you use the readings? Did you recite the readings or did you explain them in your own
words?
3. Writing: Was your writing clear, organized, and error-free?
(Essay 1) NAZI GERMANY AND WWII. (20 points)
ANSWER ALL!
1. Discuss how Hitler managed to increase the size of the German Army by 1938.
❖ Why was Hitler allowed to rearm?
❖ How does the Munich Agreement factor into this?
❖ Why was the German army so unbeatable?
2. Discuss the German invasion of the Soviet Union?
❖ How did the Winter War (1939-1940) impact the German invasion of the Soviet Union?
❖ Why was Germany’s initial invasion so successful?
❖ What slowed them down?
❖ What are the 3 Myths (Cherniavsky article, WWII discussion forum) surrounding the Russo-German
and why are they inaccurate?
❖ What enabled the Soviet Union to win the war against Germany?
(Essay 2) The Cold War: (30 points)
ANSWER ALL!
1. Origins of the Cold War:
o What agreements were made at Yalta at the beginning of 1945?
o What impact did they have on the Cold War?
o Who was George Kennan and how did his ideas shape US Cold War policy?
o What was the Marshall Plan?
o What was its impact on the Cold War?
2. The Early Cold War:
o What happened in Berlin in 1948? How did this impact the Cold War?
o How was the Korean War an example of US Cold War policy?
o How does the ‘Red Scare’ reflect the Cold War in America?
3. Vietnam:
o What is similar and different about the Vietnamese D of I, and the American D of I?
o What charges does Ho Chi Minh make against the French and Japanese?
o Are these similar to those of other independence leaders?
o Why did the US decide to get involved in Vietnam?
o Why was the war so difficult for American soldiers?
o What was the Tet Offensive and how did it impact the Vietnam War at home and in Vietnam?
4. End of Cold War and its After Effect:
o What was the policy of détente? Why was it implemented? With what results?
o How did President Reagan change the nature of the Cold War?
o What was SDI, and how was it instrumental in ending the Cold War?
o How did the Cold War end and why did it end this way?
o What impact has the Cold War had on our world today?
NOTE ON SOURCES: The exam is intended to be a mix of old and new information. On some occasions I am
asking you to return to previous course sources and class discussions. You are welcome to use YOUR discussion
posts word-for-word (please indicate when you do so), but not those of your classmates. If you found one of your
fellow student’s discussion post(s) informative, please re-write it in your OWN WORDS, and then give them
credit in your exam. Some of the answers to the questions will be located in the PowerPoint Presentations or the
textbook reading. Your are welcome to use the internet if you get stumped on anything, but please make sure your
source is valid. I would recommend sticking with “.edu” or “.org” web sites. Google allows you to search only
within those particular domains using their advanced search. Please use your OWN WORDS and provide a link to
the web site you used.
Extra Credit: Fictional Journal Entry. (up to 10 points)
❖ In a 1-3 page “diary entry,” pick one of the scenarios below and write a diary entry as if you
were actually an eyewitness to the event listed. The more creative the better. To get the extra
credit points you need to provide specific and accurate historical details. Feel free to use our
course materials or even information from the internet. However, THE JOURNAL ENTRY
MUST BE WRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Copy and pasting from the web, or simply
rewriting information from other sources will not only result in the forfeiture of the extra
credit points but will result in a penalty on your final exam score.
Scenarios:
1) An East Berlin resident on the night the Berlin Wall came down (Nov. 9, 1989)
2) A member of the Chinese Communist Party at the end of the “Long March” (October, 1936)
3) An American citizen living in Miami, Florida during the Cuban Missile Crisis (October, 1962)
EXAM IS DUE MAY 10.
• You will be awarded 1 extra credit point for each day for each day that you submit
your exam in advance of the deadline. (Maximum of 7 points).
• You will lose 5 points for each day you hand in your exam after the deadline. (No
papers accepted after MAY 9.

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