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Which of the following weakened the League of Nations?
a) That the United States did not join the League of Nations. b) President Wilson’s wishes to ratify the Treaty of Versailles. c) Reparations owed by Germany. d) Desire of the French government to enforce the Treaty of Versailles.
Under Mussolini, the Italian Fascists used propaganda to ;
a) educate people. b) control public opinion. c) enforce government policies . d) advertise platforms of all political parties.
The purpose of Stalin’s Five-Year Plans was to;
a) reduce poverty and improve the standard living. b) end famine by dramatically boosting food production. c) strenghthen the Red Army so it could reclaim lost territories. d) transform the USSR from an agriculture economy into an industrial economy.
In Germany, inflation and unemployment during the Great Depression paved the way for;
a) authoritarian leaders. b) new social programs. c) womens rights. d) labor unions.
Which of the following is the title of Hitler’s account of his basic ideas?
a) Quo Vadis b) Triumph c) Mein Kampf d) Birth of a Nation
Which of the following was the main reason the Nazi party rose to power in Germany in the 1930s?
a) political stability b) economic difficulties c) rise of democracy d) end of imperialism
What global event paved the way for the rise of totalitarian leaders?
a) WWI b) WWII c) The Great Depression d) Industrial Revolution
Hitler’s political theories were based on;
a) communism and socialism. b) democracy and socialism. c) communism and nationalism. d) racism and nationalism.
Gandhi encouraged his followers to protest British law by;
a) boycotting British goods. b) joining in the Indian army. c) joining in the Indian army. d) blowing up British railroads trucks.
The refusal to obey laws that are considered to be unjust.
a) civil disagreement b) civil disobedience c) civil law d) civil disorder
What fueled tensions between Arabs and Jews in Palestine after World War 1?
a) decline of the Ottoman empire b) competition for natural resources c) both Arabs and Jews viewed the area as a potential national state d) lack of religious sites in the area
depression
a) A period of low economic activity and rising unemployment b) excluded Jews from German citizenship c) policy of government intervention in the U.S. economy d) were prisoners of war are confined
fascism
a) excluded Jews from German citizenship b) policy of government intervention in the U.S. economy c) A period of low economic activity and rising unemployment d) political philosophy that favors a strong central government led by a dictator
Nuremberg Laws
a) A period of low economic activity and rising unemployment b) excluded Jews from German citizenship c) political philosophy that favors a strong central government led by a dictator d) were prisoners of war are confined
New Deal
a) policy of government intervention in the U.S. economy b) A period of low economic activity and rising unemployment c) excluded Jews from German citizenship d) political philosophy that favors a strong central government led by a dictator
collectivization
a) a system in which private farms are eliminated and peasants work land owned by the government b) government that seeks complete control over peoples lives c) term misused by Nazis to describe their supposed master race d) deliberate mass murder of a group of people
ethnic cleansing
a) government that seeks complete control over peoples lives b) a policy of killing or forcibly removing an ethnic group c) term misused by Nazis to describe their supposed master race d) a system in which private farms are eliminated and peasants work land owned by the government
genocide
a) a system in which private farms are eliminated and peasants work land owned by the government b) erm misused by Nazis to describe their supposed master race c) government that seeks complete control over peoples lives d) deliberate mass murder of a group of people
totalitarian system
a) government that seeks complete control over peoples lives b) term misused by Nazis to describe their supposed master race c) a system in which private farms are eliminated and peasants work land owned by the government d) deliberate mass murder of a group of people
Aryan
a) term misused by Nazis to describe their supposed master race b) government that seeks complete control over peoples lives c) deliberate mass murder of a group of people d) a policy of killing or forcibly removing an ethnic group
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