Identifications: Select SIX terms from the list below. In two or three paragraphs, identify the who, what, when, and where of the ID. Be sure to discuss the historical, cultural, and/or social significance of the term. Your score will be determined in large part by the way in which you discuss the significance of the term. Be sure to cite all sources where appropriate.
• Tennis Court Oath
• Maximilien Robespierre
• Congress of Vienna
• King Leopold II
• Yalta Conference
• The Marshall Plan
• Truman Doctrine
Short Answer: Write a well-organized response to THREE of the questions listed below. Each response should be four or five paragraphs in length. You will be graded on the use of evidence, examples, and details to support your argument(s); the level of sophistication of your argument; and your ability answer the question correctly and concisely. Be sure to cite all sources where appropriate.
1. How does Things Fall Apart challenge the mainstream perception of European imperialism and colonization during the latter part of the nineteenth century? In your response, be specific and support your argument with evidence and examples from the book.
2. What social, cultural, historical, and economic conditions and factors helped give rise to the Nazis Party’s control of the German government in the 1930s?
3. Explain the start of the Cold War. Which two events intensified political perceptions and anxieties on both sides of the Iron Curtain the most?
4. In your opinion, what is the most significant event in twentieth-century European history?