Digital Atlas of World History, Grade 11

QUESTIONS: Second World War (Events September 1, 1939 - June 21, 1941)
QUESTIONS: Second World War (Events June 22, 1941 - November 18, 1942)
QUESTIONS: Second World War (Events November 19, 1942 - 9 May 1945)
QUESTIONS: World War II. The fighting in the Pacific (1939 - 1945's)
QUESTIONS: The World in 1950 and in 2008
QUESTIONS: Europe after the Second World War. Territorial Change and Political Development (1945-1956 biennium)
QUESTIONS: American Countries
QUESTIONS: Countries of the Middle East
QUESTIONS: The Soviet Union in 1945-1953 and in 1954-1985 he he
QUESTIONS: The collapse of the Soviet Union. Formation of new states.
QUESTIONS: Countries of the Caucasus at the end of XX century.
QUESTIONS: The Central and Eastern Europe
QUESTIONS: China, Japan and Korea
QUESTIONS: South and South-East Asia
QUESTIONS: Countries in Africa
QUESTIONS: World In 1945-1989 he
QUESTIONS: Europe in the 1945-1989 biennium
§ 1-2. World War II (textbook)
§ 3. Military actions in the middle of 1941 - 1942 рр. (textbook)
§ 4. Military actions in the second half of 1942 - 1943 рр. (textbook)
§ 5. Occupation regime in oppressed countries. Resistance Movement (textbook)
§ 6. Military actions in 1944 (textbook)
§ 7. Completion and results of World War II (textbook)
§ 8. 1. The World after World War II (textbook)
§ 8. 2. Features of the political and economic development of Western countries: USA, Canada, Western Europe (textbook)
§ 9. European integration (textbook)
§ 10. United States in 1940 50 years (textbook)
§ 11. United States in 1960-70's (textbook)
§ 12. United States in 1980, at the beginning of. (textbook)
§ 13. Canada (textbook)
§ 14. United Kingdom (textbook)
§ 15. France (textbook)
§ 16. Germany (textbook)
§ 17. Italy (textbook)
§ 18. USSR in the second half of the 40's - early 60 th century. (textbook)
§ 19. USSR of "stagnation" to collapse (textbook)
§ 20. Russian Federation. New and restored the independent states. (textbook)
§ 21. Main features of Eastern Europe in the second half of the twentieth century. (textbook)
§ 22. Poland (textbook)
§ 23. Czechoslovakia. Czech and Slovak republics (textbook)
§ 24. Hungary (textbook)
§ 25. Romania (textbook)
§ 26. Bulgaria (textbook)
§ 27-28. Yugoslavia. New pivdennoslov Slavic states (textbook)
§ 29. Elimination of the colonial system. Asian countries. Africa, Latin America through independent development (textbook)
§ 30. Japan (textbook)
§ 31. China (textbook)
§ 32. India (textbook)
§ 33. Middle East conflict and attempts to its solution (textbook)
§ 34. Turkey, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, in the second half of the XX - XXI century. (textbook)
§ 35. Middle East Countries (textbook)
§ 36. Southeast Asia (textbook)
§ 37. Countries in Africa (textbook)
§ 38. Latin American Countries (textbook)
§ 39-40. The emergence and deployment of the Cold War (textbook)
§ 41. Course on easing of international tension and his stall (textbook)
§ 42. 1. End of the Cold War (textbook)
§ 42. 2. International relations in the late XX - early XXI century. (textbook)
§ 43. Postindustrial (informational) society. (textbook)
§ 44. Major trends of culture in the second half of the XX - XXI century. (textbook)