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Which of the following is an accurate description of relations between European states and the Ottoman Empire between 1815 and 1914
a) The Ottomans were expanding at the expense of Russia, England, and France b) Russian, English, and French expansion came at the expense of the Ottomans c) The Ottomans in alliance with the Russians, English, and French sought to impede German unification d) The Ottomans and the French cooperate in colonizing North Africa
Which of the following was not a concession obtained by France at Versailles following World War I?
a) to occupy an industrial region of Germany for 15 years b) to allow Germany the right to have observers at the peace negotiations c) won back its northeastern territory of Lorraine and Alsace d) established by reparations commission to be paid by Germany for French losses
Which headline is not an accurate description of the causes and effects of World War I?
a) Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated b) Germany given top leadership role in the League of Nations c) Germany declares war on Russia and France d) Peace Treaty signed at Versailles
Which idea was included in the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles to show the intent of the allies to punish the Central Powers for the role in World War I?
a) All nations shall maintain open covenants of peace b) Freedom of the seas will be maintained c) Germany will accept full responsibility for causing the war d) territorial lines shall be made along clearly recognizable lines of nationality
The major impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany is that the treaty led to
a) An era of peace and intentional good will in Germany b) a stable Germany that was both Democratic and strong c) An increase in Germany's desire to regain power and prestige d)
Russian peasants supported the Bolsheviks in 1917 primarily because the Bolsheviks pledged to
a) Establish and maintain collective farms b) Redistribute land and make peace c) keep crop yields low d) limit the income of the nobility
In Eastern Europe after World War I, the greatest obstacle to national unity in many nation-states was the
a) great ethnic diversity found in the region b) economic dependence of Eastern Europe in Japan c) acceptance of democratic traditions by most Eastern Europeans d) expansion of United States influence in the region
Which slogan expressed the ideals of the Russian Revolution of 1917
a) Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity b) Bread, Land, and Peace c) Land and Liberty d) Nationalism, democracy and the people's livelihood
Lenin wanted a secret get extensive organization of revolutionaries who would make revolutionary activity their profession. This was part of his plan to
a) defeat Germany in World War I b) establish democracy in Russia c) maintain Communist power in Western Europe d) overthrow the Russian government
The political reorganization of Russia after the Communist Revolution of 1917 resulted in
a) the establishment of a two-party political system b) increased political power for ethnic minorities c) a limited monarchy with the czar as a figurehead d) a federation of Socialist republics
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