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FC: WW2 | Hanna Flynn

1: Cold War

2: The cold war was called the "cold" war because there was no big-scale fighting directly with two sides. It split the temporary war time in Korea and Vietnam | Historians have not agreed on an exact date. 1947-1991

4: The first stage of the cold war began in the aftermath of WW1. | The Berlin Blockade (1948-1949) first major crisis | SIno-Soviet split complicate relationships with the communist circle while France demonstrated greater independence | Vietnam war ended with defeat of the US-backed Republic of south Vietnam

5: 1970's | Both sides had become interested to create a more stable international system | 1980's | Another time period of great tension. The Soviet downed a Korean air line

6: 1. Cominform and the Tito-Stalin split 2.Containment and the Truman Doctrine 3.Marshall Plan and Czechoslovak coup D'etat 4.Berlin Blockade and Airlift 5.NATO beginnings and Radio Free Europe 6.Chinese Civil War and SEATO 7.Korean War

7: the cold war ended in 1991 | Its foreign policy wanted to limit the Soviet influences. | united states and its allies in the Korean war .

8: Civil Rights Movement

9: Lasted from 1954-1968 | Civil RIghts Movement was a movement of African Americans to have equal rights

11: 1868-14th amendment passed 1896-Plessy v.Ferguson 1901-Booker T.Washington Writes Up From Slavery 1905-Niagara Movements 1915-Grandfather clause outlawed by supreme court 1919-race riots and lynchings claim hundreds of lives | 1944-Korematsu v.U.S. 1947-Jackie Robinson joins Brooklyn Dodgers 1954-Brown v. Board of education of Topeka decision 1957-little rock central high school desegregated 1955-1957-montgomery bus boycott

12: 1963-Desegregation drive in Birmingham 1963-March on Washington 1964-24th amendment passed 1964-civil rights act passed 1965-Malcolm X assassinated | Rosa Parks | Martin Luther KIng | Thurgood Marshall | The Little Rock Nine | John F. Kennedy | Maynard Jackson | Freedom Riders | RIchard M. Nixon | Malcolm X

13: malcolm X | women were stereotyped most men believed they couldn't do what they could because they were Women | African American women were rarely considered political allies with African American men instead they were considered consorts, unable to gain important positions within the movement without the presence of a African American man beside them. Women were even criticized for “robbing the brother of his manhood, as if they were the oppressor

14: The Civil Rights Movement against racial discrimination of African Americans grew during 1950s, such as the Brown v. Board of Education decision, Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and the desegregation of Little Rock. Civil Rights protests expanded in the 1960s this included sit-ins and the famous March on Washington in 1963. The Black Power Movement pushed the wider movement to include racial dignity, economic and political self-sufficiency, and freedom The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a major legislative achievement for the Civil Rights Movement,. It banned discrimination based on race, color, religion. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was another legislative victory for the movement, restoring and protecting voting rights of African Americans.

15: "Our objective is not the creation of tensions, but the surfacing of tensions already present" (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.) | The tension was weird some whites didn't mind African Americans, but there were some who wouldn't allow their kids to attend school with them | Others wouldn't drink out of the same drinking fountain as them or even use the same restroom

16: domestic Policies

17: Fair deal | Roosevelt's New deal | Modern Republicanism | Warren Court | New Frontier | dynamic conservatism | War on Poverty | Liberal

18: Roosevelt's Foreign /Defense Policies during WW2 | foreign Affairs | prelude war | Military Policies | War time Diplomacy | Domestic Policies changed during WW2 in many ways . One Main way is they had the first peace time draft in US history . This draft was called the Selective Service Training Act

19: U.S Home Front | This support the war in an extreme amount of ways. Almost everyone has agreed that sacrifices were for the good . The Labor Market had changed. There were Peacetime issues, and every aspect of life changed when put on wartime such as politics and personal savings

21: i would like to dedicate this book to Both of My history teacher's and also my boss. Thank you for all the help

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