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Ch 22: AP European History - Post-war Europe: Homework Help

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The Post-War Europe chapter of this AP European History Homework Help course helps students complete their post-war Europe homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your post-war Europe homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your post-war Europe homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Emergence of political, social and economic stability
  • The Berlin Airlift and Marshall Plan
  • Post-war Soviet Union
  • Descent of the Iron Curtain
  • Cold War events and causes
  • Traditionalists, Revisionists and post-Revisionists

8 Lessons in Chapter 22: AP European History - Post-war Europe: Homework Help
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Emergence of Political, Social, and Economic Stability

1. Emergence of Political, Social, and Economic Stability

In this lesson, we explore the factors that led to the emergence of peace in Europe and the nature of the tenuous political, economic and social stability that developed after WWII.

Post-War Europe: the Berlin Airlift & the Marshall Plan

2. Post-War Europe: the Berlin Airlift & the Marshall Plan

In this lesson, we will learn about the Marshall Plan and the Berlin Airlift. We will examine the conditions in postwar Europe that resulted in these events, and we will understand why they are important.

Post-War Soviet Union & Eastern Europe: The Descent of the Iron Curtain

3. Post-War Soviet Union & Eastern Europe: The Descent of the Iron Curtain

In this lesson, we will learn about some of the dynamic events that followed World War II in Eastern Europe. We will explore the descent of the Iron Curtain, and learn about the formation of the Eastern Bloc states.

The Cold War: Definition, Causes & Early Events

4. The Cold War: Definition, Causes & Early Events

The period of distrust between the Soviet Union and United States was known as the Cold War. Learn about the origins of the era, essential events and the shaping of the national security state.

Meta-Disciplines: Traditionalists, Revisionism, and Post-Revisionists

5. Meta-Disciplines: Traditionalists, Revisionism, and Post-Revisionists

In this lesson, we explore the concepts of meta-disciplines and historiography, discovering the three main schools of thought often identified in the study of history itself.

Parliamentary Government: Definition, Examples, Advantages & Disadvantages

6. Parliamentary Government: Definition, Examples, Advantages & Disadvantages

In this lesson you will learn what a parliamentary government is, and discover how it functions with examples like Australia and Germany. Then learn some of the advantages and disadvantages of a parliamentary system of government.

European Countries: Map & Facts

7. European Countries: Map & Facts

Maps, European or otherwise, can tell us a great deal of information quickly. In this lesson, we will review some different types of maps of the European countries and the European continent, and you will see that maps can sometimes change your perception and opinion.

Countries in the European Union

8. Countries in the European Union

There are 28 countries in the European Union (EU), an economic and political union mostly on the European continent. Born out of war and the need for peace, the countries of the EU have come a long way from coal to being the world's largest economy.

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