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The countries that are the Central Powers are Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (Turkey). Which countries are the Central Powers?
a) England, France, Russia, Serbia b) Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (Turkey) c) Spain, Italy, Greece d)
At the beginning of WW1, Wilson wanted the US to remain neutral. Which statement below is correct?
a) He was eager to join the Allies in battle. b) He hoped the Central Powers would win, but he was reluctant to help them. c) He wanted the United States to remain neutral. d) He agreed to help both sides financially, but would not send soldiers to fight.
England, France, Russia and Serbia are the allied powers? Which countries are the allied powers?
a) England, France, Russia, Serbia b) Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (Turkey) c) Spain, Italy, Greece d)
The United States was not involved with World War I for at least 2 years. Which statement below is accurate?
a) The United States fought from the beginning of the war to the end, suffering only light casualties. b) The United States fought from the beginning of the war to the end, suffering heavy casualties. c) The United States sent supplies to Europe, but never soldiers. d) The United States stayed out of the war for more than two and a half years.
Wilson joined the allies in Europe to make the world safe for democracy. What did he want to make the world safe for?
a) safe for all races b) safe for democracy c) safe for all Americans d) safe for all religions
Wilson did not believe he should help other nations become democratic. He did not want to become involved in foreign affairs. Wilson wanted to help other nations become democratic and become involved in foreign affairs?
a) true b) false c) d)
The United States joined WW1 after sinking of the American ships in the Atlantic Ocean. Why did the United States join WW1?
a) the assassination of an archduke b) an attack on Pearl Harbor c) the sinking of American ships in the Pacific d) the sinking of American ships in the Atlantic
Wilson promoted improved working conditions, solutions to farmers' problems, improved banking system, control of monopolies, and lower tariffs. Which reforms did Wilson promote?
a) solutions to farmers' problems b) racial equality c) improved working conditions, improved banking system, control of monopolies, and lower tariffs d) women's suffrage
Woodrow Wilson addressed issues of the banking system, lowering tariffs, controlling monopolies but not racism and women's suffrage. Which issues did he not address?
a) controlling monopolies b) lowering tariffs c) racism and women's suffrage d) improving the banking system
During World War I, both sides used new inventions such as deadly poison gas, heavily armed vehicles called tanks, and machine guns that could fire 600 bullets a minute. Is this true or false?
a) true b) false c) d)
Wilson wasn't successful being a lawyer because he was shy, had a hard time finding clients and making friends. Did Wilson have a hard time being a successful lawyer?
a) true b) false c) d)
Woodrow Wilson was popular college professor, president of Princeton, governor of New Jersey but not a quick reader when he was a child. Which statement below is false?
a) He was a popular college professor of government. b) He was president of Princeton University. c) As a child, he was able to read very quickly. d) He was governor of New Jersey.
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