Then analyze significant ways in which World War II changed the world. Details to support the answer.
2. Identify and describe at least two events from the Cold War. (e.g., the Korean War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, or the Vietnam War).
Then assess how these events affected the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union. Details to support your answer.
3. Identify and describe the key events that led to the independence of Ghana in West Africa in 1957.
Then evaluate the relative success of Ghanaian independence. Details to support the answer.
4. Identify and describe the main events that led to the victory of Ho Chi Minh and the Vietnamese communists in Vietnam, beginning with the First Indochina War and culminating in the Vietnam War.
5. Analyze how the Solidarity (Solidarnosc) movement in Poland led to the collapse of communism in Poland. Point out what events led to the growth of the Solidarity movement and then identify and analyze the events that followed Gorbachev's policy of political pluralism in Poland. Specific details to support the answer. Then evaluate the relative success of democracy and capitalism in Poland after the end of the Cold War.
6. Analyze the events that led to the Iran-Iraq War of the 1980s. Point out the significance of the Shiite-Sunni division within Islam that led to this war and analyze the role of religious fundamentalism in these events. Then analyze the role of the Soviet Union and United States in this war. What were the consequences of this war? Details to support the answer.
Text is The World in the Twentieth Century: From Empires to Nations 6th Ed. Daniel R. Brower
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.1. Two of the primary causes of World War II were the Treaty of Versailles and the Munich Agreement of 1938. The Versailles Treaty, pressed upon Germany by the victorious Allies at the end of World War I, was composed of punitive measures intended to ensure that Germany would never challenge for European supremacy again. France and Great Britain forced Germany to admit guilt for starting the war. In addition, the Allies imposed a $100 billion war reparations bill on Germany, which caused the weak Weimar Republic to totter from the outset....