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Spring 2019   |    Mon-Wed  8.30-9.45 AM   |   WRI C-307

   figner nicholas evlogii stoly martov lenin

Dr Paul W. Werth

MW, 8.30-9.45 AM, WRI C-307
Office: WRI A-324
Office Hours: MW, 11.30 AM - 13.00 PM
Office phone: 895-3344

GEOGRAPHY QUIZZES. In the case of each geography quiz, you will be given a blank map and will be required to place states, cities, and natural phenomena at the appropriate place on the map. It is likely that a supplementary study map will be distributed to you ahead of time.
  • Geo quiz #1. The Russian empire. You should be able to place the following on a blank map that will be provided all the states of Europe and Russia's neighbors in Asia, thus: United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, France, Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania,  the Ottoman Empire, Iran, China, Korea, and Japan. Be able also to identify the "Kingdom of Poland," which was part of the Russian Empire. In addition, you should be be able to place the following cities and bodies of water:  Omsk, Ekaterinburg (Yekaterinburg), Vilnius, Kiev, Kazan, Baku, St. Petersburg, Nizhnii Novgorod, Riga, Helsinki (Helsingfors), Warsaw, Irkutsk, Moscow, Tbilisi, Tashkent, Vladivostok, Lena river, Don river, Baltic Sea, Aral Sea, Lake Baikal, Caspian Sea, Volga river, Ob river, Black Sea. Here's some fun stuff for preparing:
         Blank map #1  |   Blank map # 2   |   Russian Empire (1910)  |   Europe (1913)   |  

  • Geo quiz #2. You will be asked to provide the following, concering the USSR in 1936: Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, Ukrainian SSR, Belorussian SSR, Georgian SSR, Armenian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR, Kazakh SSR, Uzbek SSR, Turkmen SSR, Kirgiz SSR, and Tadjik SSR. You should also be able to identify the USSR's neighbors: Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, China, Mongolia, and Korea.
         Map of USSR (1936)   |   Blank Map for Study