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Who were the Bolsheviks?
a) radical Russian Marxist revolutionaries b) soldiers in the White Army c) members of the Duma, Russia's parliament d) followers of Rasputin
Which of the following is a weapon of totalitarianism?
a) police terror b) free elections c) uncensored mass media d) tolerant treatment of all ethnic groups
What was the focus of the Soviet state's Five-Year Plans?
a) economic development b) foreign policy c) political reform d) social restructuring
What were soviets under Russia's provisional government?
a) local councils b) labor unions c) revolutionary leaders d) plans for redistributing land
Which of the following did NOT happen as an immediate result of the Bolshevik Revolution?
a) A totalitarian state was established. b) Factory control returned to the workers. c) Farmland was distributed among the peasants d) A truce was signed with Germany.
What is a totalitarian state?
a) a state in which the government controls every aspect of public and private life b) a state in which the people have a direct say in their government c) a state in which the people elect representatives to the legislature d) a state in which the working class is glorified and has the greatest voice in government
What impact did Russia's involvement in World War I have on the Russian government?
a) It revealed the weaknesses of czarist rule and military leadership. b) It created a window for the Mensheviks to attempt a takeover. c) It led to the establishment of the Duma as a voice for moderates. d) All of these are true.
What did the pogroms do that occurred in the late 19th-century Russia do?
a) violently persecute Jews b) kill all the kulaks c) enlist the aid of foreigners d) establish a Communist council
The Soviet government decided to eliminate kulaks because of their strong resistance to
a) collective farming. b) the Five-Year Plans. c) religious persecution. d) censorship and propaganda.
Under Joseph Stalin's command economy system, all economic decisions were made by
a) government officials alone. b) workers and government officials. c) members of the socialist realism movement. d) local soviets composed of workers, soldiers, and peasants.
In which country did Nationalists lead a successful rebellion against its sultan and then reform the government with an emphasis on modernization?
a) Turkey b) Syria c) India d) Saudi Arabia
How was the result of the nationalist movement in Saudi Arabia different from the results in Turkey and Iran?
a) Turkey and Iran pursued modernization more than Saudi Arabia did. b) Saudi Arabia had a violent revolution, while the other countries did not. c) Saudi Arabia built a state on oil money, while the other two did not. d) All of these are true.
How did the Russo-Japanese war show the czar's weakness?
a) News of repeated losses sparked unrest and led to revolt during the war. b) His poor military strategy prevented his generals from gaining territory. c) All of these are true. d) His insults to the Japanese emperor caused the war.
How did the reigns of Alexander III and Nicholas II help pave the way for revolution?
a) They both upheld an autocratic government without reform. b) They supported rapid industrialization at the expense of the treasury. c) They instituted pogroms to weed out revolutionary thinkers. d) They saw to it that the poor were imprisoned for debts.
How did life change for Russians after the success of the Bolshevik revolution?
a) Russia was organized into several self-governing republics. b) Education became a public institution based on the Western model. c) All of these are true. d) Motherhood was no longer considered a patriotic duty.
How did czars Alexander III and Nicholas II deal with calls for reform?
a) They resisted all efforts for reform. b) They immediately moved to enact reforms. c) They made a few reforms but not all. d) They appointed ministers to study reforms.
Between 1934 and 1939, the Great Purge was a campaign to eliminate
a) opposition to Stalin's power. b) traditional religious beliefs. c) opposition to the Communist Party. d) shortages of housing, food, and goods.
All of the following were goals of the Soviet Five-Year Plans EXCEPT
a) the promotion of communism worldwide. b) rapid industrial growth. c) a stronger national defense. d) the modernization of the Soviet economy.
After World War I, most European nations had what type of government, if only temporarily?
a) Democratic b) Communist c) Fascist d) Socialist
All of the following contributed to the weakness of the Weimar Republic EXCEPT
a) the implementation of the Dawes Plan. b) uncontrollable inflation. c) a lack of democratic tradition. d) a large number of political parties.
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