Type
Crossword
Description

The attempt to return America to the traditional values of church, family, and free enterprise Reagan Revolution
President Reagan's belief in stopping Communism before it could attack and enslave a country Reagan Doctrine
First woman justice ever appointed to the Supreme Court Sandra Day O'Connor
Shuttle that exploded shortly after launching in 1986 from Cape Canaveral, FL Challenger
Shuttle that disintegrated while re-entering the atmosphere in 2003 Columbia
What Soviets called the plan to rebuild it's economy into a democratic, free-enterprise system Perestroika
President during Operation Desert Storm George H.W. Bush
Dictator of Iraq who invaded tiny country of Kuwait Saddam Hussein
Commander of Operation Desert Storm General Colin Powell
Appointed to lead troops into combat in Desert Storm (last name only) Schwarzkopf

Persian Gulf War Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Operation Desert Storm
Saddam Hussein
Operation Desert Force
George H.W Bush
United States
Persian Gulf War
Troops
Britain
Soviet Union
Oil Production
Air Force
Invade
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia

Operation Desert Storm Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Australia
United Kingdom
France
United States
Schwarzkopf
Kuwait
George W. Bush
Saddam Hussein
Gulf war
Tomahawk missile
Aircraft
Iraq

U.S. Presence in the Middle East Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who was the founder of Al Qaeda? Osama Bin Laden
Terrorist group responsible for the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center Al Qaeda
The dictator of Iraq who invaded Kuwait in 1990 Saddam Hussein
A group of strict Muslims who took control of Afghanistan's government in 1996 Taliban
to set free Liberate
Once of the targets on the 9/11 attacks World Trade Center
The military mission to liberate Kuwait from Iraq in 1991 Desert Storm
U.S. led invasion in 2003 to stop Iraq from developing nuclear weapons Iraqi Freedom
An end to trade between two countries Embargo
To leave a place Withdraw
The country invaded by Iraq over the issue of oil Kuwait
A ruler who has complete power Dictator

Crossword 1990-1999

Type
Crossword
Description

Who was inaugurated as the President of United States in 1993? Bill Clinton
What launched during the Space Shuttle Discovery mission in 1990? Hubble Space Telescope
What ended in 1991 as the USSR dissolved? Cold War
What was feared to cause computers to become inoperable and wreak havoc? The Y2K Bug
What was signed to prohibit openly gay or bisexual people from serving in the military? Don't ask Don't tell
Where was the federal building that was bombed in 1995? Oklahoma City
Who was executed for the bombing of the federal building in 1995? Timothy McVeigh
Who was Timothy McVeigh's partner in the bombing of the federal building? Terry Nichols
Where was the massacre that sparked debates on gun control and bullying? Littleton, Colorado
What high school did the massacre happen? Columbine
What agreement went into effect in 1994? North American Free Trade
What retired football player was charged two times for first-degree murder? O.J. Simpson
When did Bill Clinton run for his second-term? Nineteen ninety seven
How long did the budget crisis in 1995-1996 force the government to shut down? Several Weeks
Where did the "Storm of the Century" strike? Eastern Seaboard
What category 5 hurricane caused $26 billion in damage? Hurricane Andrew
Who did Bill Clinton beat in his first-term? George H.W. Bush
Who was the black motorist that was beating on videotape? Rodney King
What riots resulted in over 60 deaths and $1 billion in damage? Los Angeles riots
What president was Bill Clinton? Forty Second
When was Bill Clinton elected his first-term? Nineteen ninety two
What was code-named Operation Desert Shield? Gulf War
What act wanted to remove Saddam Hussein from power? Iraq Liberation Act
Where was the fastest wind speed ever recorded on earth after a series of tornadoes? Oklahoma
Who was the Vice President of Bill Clinton? Al Gore

Southwest Asia Unit 2 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Kuwait
Genocide
Farsi
Israel
Culture
Religious Groups
Ethnic groups
Shias
Sunni
Bible
Torah
Koran
Quran
Muhammad
Adolf Hitler
Osama bin laden
Saddam Hussein
Suez Canal
Gaza Strip
Strait of hormuz
Persian Gulf
Saudi Arabia
Iran
Iraq
oligarchy
Queen
King
Dictatorship
Parliamentary Democracy
Unitary
Federal
Democracy
Autcracy
Theocracy
Holocaust
Antisemitism
Monotheistic
Turkey
Afghanistan
Arabs
Kurds
Persians
Christianity
Islam
Judaism

The Conservative Tide Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Ronald Reagan
B Entitlement Program
C New Right
D Conservative Coalition
E Moral Majority
F George Bush
G Reaganomics
H Supply-side economics
I SDI
J Trade Imbalance
K Sandra Day O'Connor
L William Rehnquist
M Geraldine Ferraro
N AIDS
O Pay Equity
P L. Douglas Wilder
Q Jesse Jackson
R Affirmative Action
S Mikhail Gorbachev
T INF Treaty
U Glasnost
V Perestroika
W Tiananmen Square
X Sandinista
Y Contra
Z Operation Desert Storm

persian gulf war Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The UN said if iraq didn't leave Kuwait, it would approve the use of _______ _______ to make iraq leave military force
Saddam Hussein threatened to use ______ _______ and missile attacks against the coalition troops chemical weapons
after the war ended, the UN said iraq could not have any programs to build _______ _______ nuclear weapons
US troops were sent to protect Saudi Arabia in case iraq decided to _______ Saudi Arabia next invade
after UN forces began a/an ______ attack, iraq fired missiles at Saudi Arabia and Israel air
39 countries joined the _____ against iraq coalition
Kuwait had valuable ______ _______ oil fields
the US sent 400,000 ______ to the middle east troops
the deadline of January 15 passed, and Iraq still refused to leave ________ kuwait
after the ____ attack, iraq agreed to leave kuwait land

Space Shuttle Challenger Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

SRB
SPACE SHUTTLE
RONALD REAGAN
ROGERS COMMISSION
O RING
MORTON THIOKOL
JUDITH RESNIK
FRANCIS SCOBEE
DISINTEGRATED
TEACHER
CHALLLENGER
BURNING GAS
ATLANTIC OCEAN
SPECIALISTS
SEVEN CREW
RONALD MCNAIR
ROCKET BOOSTER
NASA
MICHAEL J SMITH
GREGORY JARVIS
ELLISON ONIZUKA
DISASTER
CHRISTA MCAULIFFE
CAPE CANAVERAL
BROKE APART
ASTRONAUTS

Persian Gulf War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Iraq invaded ___. Kuwait
Who did the U.S. go to defend? saudiarabia
Colin ___ was the Joint Chief of Staff for the U.S. Powell
What month was a ceasefire declared? February
How many soldiers were badly wounded for the U.S? 458
The ___ War was recognized as a decisive victory. Gulf
The U.S. used the ___ force. air
The war was called the ____ Gulf War. Persian
When did the war end? 1991
How many soldiers were wounded for Iraq? 300000
Who was the Secretary of Defense for the U.S? Cheney
What month did the war begin? August
What country had 100,000 soldiers killed? Iraq
Who was the president of the U.S? Bush
What was used in missiles? microchips
The U.S. relied on ____ satellites. spy
Both sides used ____ troops. ground
Saddam ____ was the president of Iraq. Hussein
When did the war start? 1990
How many soldiers were killed for the U.S? 200

1980s Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Originally an American actor and politician, became the 40th President of the United States serving from 1981 to 1989. Ronald Reagan
Musician who became known as the "King of Pop." Michael Jackson
Visual art created in public locations, usually unsanctioned artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues. Street Art
A 1985 film about five high school students who meet in Saturday detention and discover that they have a lot more in common than they thought. The Breakfast Club
Baggy casual pants of lightweight fabric often with an elastic or drawstring at the waist and the cuffs. Parachute Pants
Was launched by NASA on April 12, 1981. Space Shuttle Program
Was invented in 1981 including the Apple II. Personal Computer
The concept of a world-wide network of interconnected networks. Internet
Became a useful technique in forensic science allowing to know identify who did a crime. DNA Fingerprinting
Reagan launched this sophisticated anti-ballistic missile system in order to prevent missile attacks from other countries, specifically the Soviet Union. Star Wars
The United States supplied weapons to Iran in hopes of securing the release of American hostages held in Lebanon. Iran-Contra Affair
The economic policies of Ronald Reagan, associated especially with the reduction of taxes and the promotion of unrestricted free-market activity. Reaganomics
A baby boomer with a college education, a well-paying job and expensive taste. Yuppie
A populist conservative movement that enjoyed unprecedented growth in the late 1970s and early 1980s. New Right
American television sitcom starring Bill Cosby, which aired for eight seasons on NBC from September 20, 1984 until April 30, 1992. The Cosby Show
Arcade game developed by Namco and first released in Japan in May 1980. Pac-Man
Nuclear reactor explosion at nuclear power plant in Ukraine on April 26, 1986. Chernobyl
Elected as the U.S. President in 1988 after defeating Michael Dukakis. George Bush
Torn down at the end of the Cold War in 1989. Berlin Wall
Broadcast music video interpretations of popular songs, beginning in 1981 with the prophetic Buggles tune "Video Killed the Radio Star." MTV