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Which describes the belief that your country is superior to other countries?
a) Imperialism b) Communism c) Conservatism d) Nationalism
Which describes a countries policies related to what's going on inside the country?
a) Domestic Policy b) Social Policy c) Economic Policy d) Foreign Policy
Which of the following positions did America take on World War I from 1914-1917?
a) Imperialism b) Adventurism c) Neutrality d) Annexation
Which weapon was created to stop tanks in World War I?
a) Submarines b) Machine Guns c) Swords d) Land mines
Which of the following was the peace treaty signed at the end of World War I?
a) Treaty of Paris b) Treaty of Versailles c) Gettysburg Address d) Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points
Who was the leader of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in WW I?
a) Alvin York b) John Pershing c) Booker T. Washington d) Susan B. Anthony
Which of the following describes the Zimmerman telegram?
a) Announced the Bolshevik overthrow of Russia. b) Contained plans for the Germans to attack the Lusitania c) decribed an Ethiopian plan to remain neutral d) Revealed a proposed alliance between Mexico and Germany
Which of the following is a British passenge ship that a German submarine sank, helping lead to the U.S. entering World War I?
a) USS Oregon b) Lusitania c) USS Maine d) USS Slovenia
The Espionage Act made criticism of the American government illegal. Which of these is a consequnce?
a) It suspended habeas corpus b) The government confiscated all privately owned guns. c) It forced people into internment camps. d) It suspended the 1st Amendment freedom of speech.
Which describes a philosophy of not being involved in other countries affairs?
a) Patriotism b) Isolationism c) Imperialism d) Annexation
Which Constitutional amendment establishes the Freedom of Speech?
a) 1st b) 2nd c) 19th d) 22nd
Which weapon did Germany use effectively with no restrictions to cut into the British naval supply line?
a) Poison Gas b) Machine Guns c) Submarines d) Tanks
Which word means to pass a treaty or amendment?
a) Expenditures b) Constitution c) Ratification d) Legislation
Which describes the organization that Woodrow WIlson proposed in his Fourteen Points speech that would have brought together the leaders of many different countries to negotiate?
a) The United Nations b) The League of Nations c) The Triple E'ntente d) The Axis Powers
Which of the following is the name of the main battle that America was involved in that ended WWI?
a) The Battle of Normandy b) The Battle of Argonne c) The Battle of York d) The Battle of Bull Run
Which of the following was a Medal of Honor winner who killed over 30 Germans and imprisoned over 100 more in the Battle of Argonne?
a) W. E. Dubois b) Jane Addams c) Alvin York d) John Pershing
Which describes the deadliest weapon in World War I that led to trench warfare?
a) Land mines b) Tanks c) The machine gun d) Submarines
Which was created to get past trenches and machine gun fire in World War I?
a) Submarines b) Land mines c) Nuclear Weapons d) Tanks
The US military got bigger during WW I because of the...
a) creation of the Marine Corps b) creation of the Veterans Administration c) passage of the Selective Service Act d) creation of the GI Bill
What is the name for a piece of paper saying you have lent the government money?
a) Parchment b) Medal of Honor c) Mortgage d) Bond
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