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Britain U.S. France PeopleVocab
This political party became the most popular in Great Britain after in the 1920s.
What was The British LabourWhat was The British Labour PartyParty
This is the rebellion that happened in 1916, which tried to end English rule.
What was the Easter Rising What was the Easter Rising or Rebellionor Rebellion
These were the four commonwealth nations.
What were Australia, CanadaWhat were Australia, CanadaNew Zealand, and South AfricaNew Zealand, and South Africa
Great Britain wanted to relax the punishment of this European nation after WWI.
What was Germany?What was Germany?
This is the group that carried out a guerilla war against Great Britain and it is still going on today.
What was and is the IrishWhat was and is the IrishRepublican Army- IRA?Republican Army- IRA?
These are the two nations that emerged after WWI as world leaders in trade, it is still true today.
What were Japan andWhat were Japan and the United States?the United States?
This is the name for the fear of the communist revolution which caused caused the deportation of European immigrants .
What was the Red Scare?What was the Red Scare?
He was the American president that stated, “the business of America is business.”
Who was Calvin Coolidge?Who was Calvin Coolidge?
This is the event in 1929, that marked the beginning of the Great Depression in the U.S.
What was the Stock MarketWhat was the Stock Market Crash?Crash?
This decade in American history was known as the “Jazz Age” and was marked by economic growth and prohibition.
What was the RoaringWhat was the Roaring Twenties?Twenties?
These were the series of forts built by the French to protect against future German invasion.
What was the Maginot Line?What was the Maginot Line?
These were two reasons the French economy recovered faster than many other European countries after WWI.
What were War ReparationsWhat were War ReparationsGermany and the return ofGermany and the return ofAlsace and Lorraine?Alsace and Lorraine?
This was the socialist government which tried to solve social and labor problems in France.
What was the French PopularWhat was the French Popular Front?Front?
This is the country that France sought an alliance with after WWI to surround and isolate Germany.
What was the Soviet Union?What was the Soviet Union?
These are the two provinces that helped in France’s economic recovery after WWI.
What were Alsace and Lorraine?What were Alsace and Lorraine?
These were two treaties signed after WWI that tried to end warfare.
What were the Locarno What were the Locarno Agreements and the Agreements and the Kellogg -Briand Pact?Kellogg -Briand Pact?
This occurred in Great Britain in 1926 and in France and completely shut down the economy for a period of time.
What was a General Strike?What was a General Strike?
This was the event that occurred in 1929 and lasted until 1941 in the United States.
What was the Great Depression?What was the Great Depression?
This was Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s program to end the economic slump in the U.S.
What was the New Deal?What was the New Deal?
This was the name given to the newly independent Irish Free State.
What was Eire?What was Eire?
He became the leader of the French Popular Front or government and attempted to end labor unrest.
Who was Leon Blum?Who was Leon Blum?
He was the American president during the stock market crash of 1929.
Who was Herbert Hoover?Who was Herbert Hoover?
He flew from New York to Paris in 1927 and became a national hero.
Who was Charles ( Lucky) Who was Charles ( Lucky) Lindbergh?Lindbergh?
These two men, one the U.S. Sec. of State and the French foreign minister negotiated a treaty that almost every nation signed, banning war.
Who were Frank KelloggWho were Frank KelloggAnd Aristide Briand?And Aristide Briand?
He is considered one of our greatest Presidents and was the U.S. President that led the country through the Depression and WWII.
Who was FDR or FranklinWho was FDR or FranklinDelano Roosevelt?Delano Roosevelt?
Science Literature Art PeopleVocab
This was the theory proposed by Einstein that said that the measurement of matter and energy are not absolute.
What was Einstein’s What was Einstein’s Theory of Relativity?Theory of Relativity?
These were the two elements that were used by the Curies in their experiments with radiation.
What were Radium andWhat were Radium and Uranium?Uranium?
This was the study and treatment of the human mind.
What was psychoanalysis?What was psychoanalysis?
This was what Freud said governed much of human behavior.
What was the subconsciousWhat was the subconsciousor unconscious mind?or unconscious mind?
This was the process in which certain elements spontaneously release charged particles.
What was and is the processWhat was and is the processOf radioactivity?Of radioactivity?
This was book written by Erich Remarque about the horrors of World War I.
What was “All Quiet onWhat was “All Quiet onThe Western Front”?The Western Front”?
This writer wrote the poem “The Waste Land” about the spiritually empty modern world.
Who was T.S. Eliot?Who was T.S. Eliot?
This American writer wrote “ A Farewell to Arms”, and “The Sun Also Rises”.
Who was Ernest Hemingway?Who was Ernest Hemingway?
This book by James Joyce is considered the greatest novel ever written.
What was Ullysses?What was Ullysses?
This British writer wrote “To the Lighthouse” and “Mrs. Dalloway” about the hidden thoughts of ordinary people.
Who was Virginia Woolf?Who was Virginia Woolf?
This type of painting or art breaks three dimensional objects and breaks them into parts using angles and plains.
What is Cubism?What is Cubism?
This Spanish born painter painted surrealistic or dreamlike landscapes and scenes.
Who was Salvador Dali?Who was Salvador Dali?
This Spanish born artist painted “Guernica” about the destruction of a Spanish town during the Spanish Civil War.
Who was Pablo Picasso?Who was Pablo Picasso?
This was the Parisian art world’s way of showing their contempt for traditional ideas and morals by emphasizing the absurd.
What was the DadistWhat was the DadistMovement or Dada?Movement or Dada?
This was the German school that influenced architecture by blending technology and science with design.
What was the Bauhaus school?What was the Bauhaus school?
This was the name for the modern woman of the 20s who wore short skirts, danced the “Charleston” and went out on dates un-chaperoned. What were “ flappers”?What were “ flappers”?
This is the name given to the decade of the 20s due to the American music that was becoming popular throughout the world.
What was the Jazz Age?What was the Jazz Age?
This is the type of writing made popular by Virginia Wolfe and James Joyce, that randomly probes a characters thoughts. What is stream of What is stream of consciousness writing?consciousness writing?
This was the name given to Post World War I writers who left America to live in Europe due to their disillusionment with American materialism.
What was the Lost GenerationWhat was the Lost Generation
This is the era that began with the passing of the 18th amendment.
What was the era of Prohibition?What was the era of Prohibition?
He stated that the subconscious mind governed much of human behavior and that the mind struggles between what is morally right and what it desires. Who was Sigmund Who was Sigmund Freud?Freud?
She was the first woman elected to the British Parliament .
Who was Lady Nancy Who was Lady Nancy Astor?Astor?
He wrote, “The Great Gatsby” and was one of the lost generation. He died a penniless alcoholic.
Who was F. Scott Who was F. Scott Fitzgerald?Fitzgerald?
He was probably our greatest jazz musician and played the coronet with innovation and energy.
Who was Louis Who was Louis Armstrong?Armstrong?
This French artist shocked the art world with his bold use of color and odd distortions.
Who was Henri Matisse?Who was Henri Matisse?