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In 1917, Bolshevik leaders in Russia sought peace with Germany because the new Russian government
a) decided to join forces with Germany and the Central Powers b) needed to concentrate its troops and resources on its war with Turkey c) wanted to retain power and avoid German occupation d) needed to control the Baltic Sea and wanted a warm water port
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 on Japan c) acceptance of democratic traditions by most Eastern Europeans d) expansion of United States influence in the region
Which statement best describes the relationship between World War I and the Russian Revolution?
a) World War I created conditions within Russia that helped trigger a revolution b) World War I postponed the Russian Revolution by restoring confidence in the Czar c) the Russian Revolution inspired the Russian people to win World War I d) World War I gave the Czar’s army the needed experience to suppress the Russian Revolution
A major cause of World War I was
a) a decline in the policy of imperialism b) the existence of opposing alliances c) an increase in acts of aggression by England d) the spread of communism throughout Europe
Why was the Balkan region referred to as the “Powder Keg of Europe” prior to World War I?
a) The aggression of the Ottoman Empire was disrupting the balance of power. b) Yugoslavia was invading its neighboring countries. c) Nationalistic and imperialistic rivalries were increasing. d) The area was the leading supplier of military equipment to the rest of the world.
The major impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany was that the treaty led to
a) an era of peace and international good will in Germany b) a stable Germany that was both democratic and strong c) an increase in Germany’s desire to regain its power and prestige d) a leadership position for Germany in the League of Nations
“Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated!” “Germany Declares War on Russia and France!” “Peace Treaty Signed at Versailles!” Which event is referred to in these headlines?
a) Franco-Prussian War b) Crimean War c) World War I d) Cold War
The purpose of national alliances such as the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente was
a) to create a mutually advantageous free trade association. b) to provide mutual defense and support in case of attack. c) to cooperatively share resources in African colonies. d) all of the above.
The German Schlieffen Plan called for
a) a quick invasion of Great Britain and destruction of the British navy. b) a quick invasion of Russia so that the war would only be fought on one front. c) a swift knockout of France followed by defensive action against Russia. d) simultaneous invasions of France, Britain, and Russia with heavy reliance on the navy.
Which of the following was not a new military technology used for the first time in World War I?
a) Atomic Bomb b) armored tanks. c) airplanes. d) poisonous gas.
World War I is considered a total war for all of the following reasons except
a) the use of propaganda to inspire sacrifice. b) the targeting of civilians as a strategy of war. c) the recognition of the importance of the home front in the war effort. d) ALL citizens must be committed to the war effort
The key factor in the U.S. decision to enter World War I was
a) its long-standing friendship with Great Britain. b) the U.S. desire to acquire German colonies in the Pacific. c) Germany’s resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare against the United States. d) the political ambition of Woodrow Wilson.
The term militarism can best be defined as
a) loyalty to a nation or ethnic group b) buildup of armaments in preparation for war c) avoidance of military involvement in civil wars d) control of territories for economic and political gain
control of territories for economic and political gain
a) an era of peace and international good will in Germany b) a stable Germany that was both democratic and strong c) an increase in Germany’s desire to regain its power and prestige d) a leadership position for Germany in the League of Nations
Many historians believe that the harsh terms found in the Treaty of Versailles helped lead to
a) Italy’s unification b) Turkey’s modernization c) revolutions in Russia d) World War II
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the
a) rise of fascism Germany b) uprisings during the French Revolution c) division of Korea along the 38th parallel d) Bolshevik Revolution in Russia
In a German telegram foreign secretary _____ proposed an alliance between Germany and Mexico against the United States.
a) Arthur Zimmermann b) Nicholas II c) Kaiser Wilhelm II d) Franz Ferdinand
Which of the following sets of nations belonged to the Allied Powers?
a) Italy, Germany, Britain b) Russia, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire c) Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire d) Britain, France, Russia
Which of the following sets of nations belonged to the Central Powers?
a) Italy, Germany, Britain b) Russia, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire c) Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire d) Britain, France, USA
At the Paris Peace Conference it was determined that Germany should pay $33 billion in _____.
a) remittance b) repentance c) fines d) reparations
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