AP World History ChAPters 29 & 30

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1.  What plan reduced Germany's war reparations and granted Germany loans from the US?
2.  Virginia Woolf, William Faulkner, and James Joyce are all known for what literary technique?
3.  Salvador Dali was a ___________ artist.
4.  Who undermined Newtonian Physics with his theory of special relativity?
5.  Van Gough, Gauguin, and Cezanne were what type of artists?
6.  What agreement condemned and renounced war as an instrument of national policy?
7.  What western democracies responded most successfully to the Great Depression?
8.  Thinkers loosely united in a search for moral values in a world of terror and uncertainty
9.  The strongest party in France became the Socialists, headed by ______
10.  What British economist condemned the Versailles Treaty?
11.  What is functionalism?
12.  Monet, Renoir, and Pissaro were what type of artists?
13.  What was Franklin D. Roosevelt's plan to end the depression?
14.  What was unique about the Great Depression?
15.  In a Munich beer hall, who proclaimed a "national socialist revolution"?
16.  Because of the occupation of the ruhr district, what happened in the German economy?
17.  A revolt against established certainties in pholosophy
18.  When in prison, what book did Adolf Hitler write?
19.  German philosopher (1872) who rejected Christianity and declared, "God is dead".
20.  What action did France take when the Weimar reublic was unable to pay reparations?
21.  First scientist to split the atom
22.  What became the main entertainment of the masses until after WWII?
23.  What two factors best explain the length and severity of this depression?
24.  Who was the founder of cubism?
25.  Psychologist who came up with the ideas of id, ego, and super ego
26.  Before WWI, most Europeans and North Americans had a moderately optimistic view of the world.
27.  According to the text, the Versailles Treaty was too harsh for a peace of reconciliation, too soft for a peace of conquest.
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