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 PERIOD 6, 1900-Present (Chapters 20-23)  

TEST DATE: WEDNESDAY, 4/25 [A]; THURSDAY, 4/26 [B]  

 

    

  WORLD WAR I: Assault Under Gas by Otto Dix. German, c. 1924.

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.1.IIIC: New military technology and new tactics and the waging of “total war” led to increased levels of wartime casualties

 

  

 POST-WORLD WAR I: Dada 'Ready-Made' L.H.O.O.Q. by Marcel Duchamp, French, 1919.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.2.IV: Military conflicts occurred on an unprecedented global scale

 

 

  

 GREAT DEPRESSION: Migrant Mother by Dorothea Lange. USA, c. 1936.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.3.IB: Following World War I and the onset of the Great Depression, governments began to take a more active role in economic life

 

   

 MEXICAN REVOLUTION: Tierra y Libertad by Diego Rivera. Mexico, c. 1929-1935.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.2.IID: The Mexican Revolution arose in opposition to neocolonialism and economic imperialism, and movements to redistribute land and resources developed within states in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, sometimes advocating communism or socialism

 

 

 SPANISH CIVIL WAR: Guernica by Pablo Picasso. Spain, c. 1937.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.2.VA: Groups and individuals challenged the many wars of the century

 

 WORLD WAR II: "We Can Do It" propaganda poster. USA, c. 1943.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.2.IVA: Governments used a variety of strategies, including political propaganda, art, media for the purpose of waging war

 

 CONSUMERISM: Campbell Soup Can by Andy Warhol. USA, c. 1960s.

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.3.ID: In a trend accelerated by the end of the Cold War, many governments encouraged free-market economic policies and promoted economic liberalization in the late 20th century

 

   

 DISSENT & PROTEST. Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn & Han Dynasty Urn with Coca-Cola Logo by Ai-Wei Wei. China, c. 1990s-2000s.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 6.3.IV: Political and social changes of the 20th century led to changes in the arts and literature

 

 

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