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The purpose of propaganda during World War I (and in most wars) was to
a) influence public opinion. b) expose antiwar activity. c) inform the public. d) censor the press.
The system of rationing was designed to limit
a) purchases of consumer goods. b) the number of men needed in the civilian work force. c) production of luxury items. d) civilian antiwar activities.
The Zimmermann note, which pushed the United States to enter WWI, exposed the German plan to
a) help Mexico regain U.S. territory. b) make a truce with Russia. c) sink passenger ships without warning. d) plant German spies in the United States.
The armistice signed near Paris in November 1918 brought an end to
a) World War I. b) Kaiser Wilhelm's rule. c) the Second Battle of the Marne. d) Russia's involvement in the war.
In 1917, Germany returned to its policy of unrestricted submarine warfare, hoping to
a) keep cargo ships from reaching Great Britain. b) bring the United States into the war. c) force Russia to withdraw from the war. d) destroy the British ships blockading German ports.
How did the Treaty of Versailles affect post-WWI Germany?
a) It left a legacy of bitterness and hatred in the hearts of the German people. b) It stabilized the German economy and gave monetary aid to the nation. c) It left Germany in much the same state as it was before the war. d) It gave Germans the drive to rebuild their nation on a stronger foundation.
How did the Allies respond to Wilson's vision for peace as shown in the Fourteen Points?
a) All of these are true. b) Britain and France wanted to strip Germany of its war-making power. c) Britain and France showed little sign of agreeing to Wilson's plan. d) Britain and France were concerned with strengthening their own security.
Which European country was the first to import enslaved Africans to the Americas?
a) Spain b) the Netherlands c) France d) England
Which of the following did NOT aid the Spanish in conquering the Aztecs?
a) larger forces b) disease c) native enemies d) superior weapons
Why did Europeans see Africans as a better a source of labor than Native Americans?
a) Africans were strangers in the Americas, so they wouldn't have allies or places to hide. b) Africans had complete immunity to all diseases, so they wouldn't die off. c) Africans had no experience in farming, so they wouldn't try to do things their way. d) Africans were already Christians, so they didn't have to be converted.
What was one result of the loss of Native American lives to disease?
a) a severe shortage of labor in the colonies b) the ruin of several tobacco and sugar cane plantations c) a growing tolerance between the colonists and the natives d) fewer battles between the colonists and natives over land
How was Africa affected by the Atlantic slave trade?
a) Many cultures lost their fittest members, and families were torn apart. b) All African countries prospered from the trade and grew to be world powers. c) Kings were able to stop rebellions with the firearms they received in trade. d) African civilizations became safer because they captured and traded away their criminals.
How did the middle passage get its name?
a) It was the second, or middle, part of the triangular trade. b) The enslaved Africans traveled in the middle of the ship. c) It traveled in between, or in the middle of, all the continents. d) It traveled through the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
How did slavery in African and Muslim societies differ from slavery in the Americas?
a) Slavery in the Americas was based on race and was hereditary. b) People in African and Muslim societies could not escape their slavery. c) Enslaved people in African and Muslim societies could not rise socially. d) The slavery in Africa and Muslim societies was based primarily on race.
How did Bartolemé de Las Casas affect race relations in the Americas?
a) He urged better treatment of Native Americans but proposed using African laborers. b) He led a well-organized uprising against the Spanish to protest the treatment of Native Americans. c) He visited the king of Spain to protest the treatment of Native Americans. d) He started a colony in present-day Arizona based on equality of all men.
European expansion was driven by all of these EXCEPT
a) fear of African empires. b) wealth and trade. c) wealth and trade. d) religious zeal.
As part of the Columbian Exchange, which of the following was carried west across the Atlantic?
a) livestock b) tobacco c) tomatoes d) potatoes
All of the following were impacts of the slave trade on African societies EXCEPT
a) transfer of European political ideas. b) increased warfare. c) depopulation of some areas. d) deterioration of art and culture.
African slaves were obtained by Europeans from
a) African slave merchants. b) Italian traders. c) Brazilians. d) Chinese merchants.
What led to the formation of new nations out of the Central Powers?
a) provisions of peace treaties signed with the Central Powers b) Wilson's idea of self-determination that inspired revolutions in Europe c) military occupation of the defeated nations and redistribution of peoples d) a directive by the League of Nations to realign territories after the war
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