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What impact did the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk have on Germany?
a) It allowed Germany to focus all their efforts on the Western Front. b) It gave Germany the Russian army's aid against the Allies. c) Germany gained lands that were formerly part of Russia. d) All of these are true.
What impact did the war have on the economy of Europe?
a) It drained the treasuries of Europe. b) It enriched the treasuries of the Allied Powers. c) It speeded the industrialization of Europe. d) It gave women an opportunity to become heads of companies.
What is the most probable link between militarism and imperialism?
a) As a country gains colonies, its military grows to protect them. b) As a country's military expands, the country wants colonies to recruit troops. c) As a country's colonies grow, the military stages training exercises there. d) As the military expands, a country seeks colonies to prevent coups at home.
What is the policy of glorifying power and keeping an army prepared for war?
a) militarism b) nationalism c) imperialism d) patriotism
What key factor led to the formation of the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente?
a) Bismarck's fear of France's army and Britain's fear of Germany's empire b) Germany and France's separate desires to gain control of the Balkans c) Germany's hostility toward France and Britain's allegiance to France d) Germany's desire to isolate France and Britain's desire to remain dominant
What region was referred to as the powder keg of Europe?
a) the Balkan Peninsula b) Austria-Hungary c) Alsace-Lorraine d) the Middle-East
What was significant in the Allied victory at the First Battle of the Marne?
a) It resulted in Germany's having to fight on two fronts. b) It stopped Germany from a planned invasion of France. c) It allowed Russia time to mobilize its army. d) It prompted Great Britain to enter the war.
What was the American public's opinion about joining the League of Nations?
a) It believed that the United States should stay out of European affairs. b) It supported the president and actively took part in the League of Nations. c) The public generally supported the idea but wanted to play a smaller role. d) The public thought that America should lead the League of Nations.
What was trench warfare intended to accomplish?
a) to protect soldiers from enemy gun fire on the front lines b) to trap enemy soldiers in mud pits on the front lines c) to force enemy soldiers to pass through a no man's land d) all of these
What were the Fourteen Points?
a) a plan for the postwar world b) the constitution of the League of Nations c) the terms of surrender offered to Germany d) parts of the war guilt clause
Which countries made up Europe's Great Powers?
a) Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, and Italy b) Germany and France c) Great Britain and Germany d) Great Britain, Austria-Hungary, Germany, Spain, Russia, Italy, and France
Which nation annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1908?
a) Austria-Hungary b) Germany c) Serbia d) Russia
Which nation did Otto von Bismarck believe was the greatest threat to peace in Europe?
a) France b) Russia c) Great Britain d) Austria-Hungary
Which nation greatly regretted its loss of Alsace-Lorraine to Germany (Prussia) in 1870?
a) France b) Russia c) Italy d) Austria-Hungary
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