Health and the People and Conflict and Tension Revision

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Give one example of surgery in the Medieval period.
One of: blood letting, amputation, trepanning OR cauterisation
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Where was surgery and medicine considerably more advanced in the Medieval period?
The Middle East
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What progress was made in the Renaissance period to help eradicate smallpox?
Innoculation and vaccination
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Who developed penicillin?
Alexander Fleming
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What industry did the development of penicillin help to expand?
The pharmaceutical industry
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What percentage of soldiers would have died had they not had access to penicillin?
15%
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Name one type of surgery discovered in the 20th century.
One of: keyhole surgery, radiation therapy/radiotherapy OR laser surgery
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Who discovered that chloroform could be used as an anaesthetic?
James Simpson
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When was the NHS founded?
1948
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Who founded the NHS?
Aneurin Bevan
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Who discovered the link between dirty water and cholera?
Dr John Snow
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Who discovered that inoculation helped to prevent smallpox?
Edward Jenner
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Who created the Germ Theory?
Louis Pasteur
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What did the Germ Theory state?
Germs were a product of an infection and did not spontaneously appear at the site of an infection
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Who created 'magic bullets'?
Paul Ehrlich
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Who identified specific bacteria?
Robert Koch
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Whose theories were most Medieval medical practices based upon?
Galen and Hippocrates
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Who created the Theory of the Four Humours?
Hippocrates
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Who created the Theory of Opposites, which was based upon the Theory of the Four Humours?
Galen
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Who were the Big Three?
Woodrow Wilson, Georges Clemenceau and David Lloyd George
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What countries were the Big Three from?
Britain, France and the USA
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How ,much land was lost by Germany in the Treaty of Versailles?
10%
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How many colonies did Germany lose in the Treaty of Versailles?
All
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How many soldiers were Germany allowed in their army after the Treaty of Versailles?
100,000
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How many submarines were Germany allowed in their navy after the Treaty of Versailles?
0
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How many warships were Germany allowed in their navy after the Treaty of Versailles?
6
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How many military aircraft were Germany allowed in their airforce after the Treaty of Versailles?
0
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What percentage of Germans lived outside of Germany?
12.5%
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What was the estimated value of the reparations Germany had to pay?
6.6 billion
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What percentage of their coalfields did Germany lose in the Treaty of Versailles?
16%
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What percentage of their iron and steel industry did Germany lose in the Treaty of Versailles?
Almost half
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What did Hitler call his policy to expand east?
Lebensraum
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What did Hitler call his policy of uniting with Austria?
Anschluss
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How many points did Woodrow Wilson have?
14
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Which politician wanted to harshly punish Germany?
Georges Clemenceau
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Who were the permanent members of the Council?
Britain, France, Italy, Japan
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How often did the Assembly meet?
Once a year
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What type of vote was required in the Assembly?
Unanimous
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What type of problem did the Secretariat not deal with?
Military issues
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How many non-permanent members did the Council begin with?
4
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How many non-permanent members did the Council have eventually?
9
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What power did the Council have?
Veto
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How long was a term for a non-permanent member of the Council?
3 years
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How many judges did the Permanent Court of International Justice have?
11
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How many deputy judges did the Permanent Court of International Justice have?
4
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How long was a judge's term in the Permanent Court of International Justice?
11 years
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Who elected the judges in the Permanent Court of International Justice?
The Assembly and the Council
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What was a problem with the Assembly?
They only met once a year, which was not often enough
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What was a problem with the Secretariat?
They did not deal with military issues despite this being the majority of issues
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What was a problem with the Permanent Court of International Justice?
They could not enforce their decisions, only advise
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