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Russia’s exit from the war
a) was a French diplomatic success. b) gave Americans the Allied leadership role. c) made Germany weaker. d) increased the pressure on the Allies.
African Americans fighting in World War I were used mostly
a) for manual labor. b) for scouting. c) as frontline soldiers. d) because they were eager to join in the fighting.
Americans responded to the Selective Service Act
a) with enthusiasm. b) with antiwar riots. c) by refusing to register. d) by becoming conscientious objectors.
After the Russian Revolution, Americans were
a) more willing to join the Allies. b) more sympathetic to Germany. c) frightened of Russia. d) reluctant to help the revolutionaries.
The United States broke off diplomatic relations with Germany when
a) the Zimmermann note was released. b) Germany violated the Sussex pledge. c) the Russian Revolution took place. d) the British cut the transatlantic cable.
German submarines aimed to attack ships that were carrying
a) weapons to the Allies. b) passengers to the United States. c) food to the Central Powers. d) oil to Mexico.
The German U-boat changed the rules of naval warfare because it
a) attacked only in the summer. b) remained hidden and fired without warning. c) avoided merchant ships. d) surfaced before firing its torpedoes.
Most Americans opposed the Central Powers because of Germany’s
a) frightening militarism. b) deadly blockade of Great Britain. c) reliance on trench warfare. d) trade with the United States.
Because generals were not used to the killing power of modern weapons, they
a) overused them at first. b) rarely kept their troops in defensive. c) relied on old-fashioned guns. d) kept giving the order to attack.
As Germany weakened, the Allies sought
a) a stalemate. b) the unconditional surrender of Germany. c) a mutually agreeable treaty. d) an alliance with Germany against Russia.
The death toll from World War I was
a) the highest for American troops. b) low, because of advances in weapons. c) extraordinarily high. d) high for Germany but low for the Allies.
The United States was able to loan more than $10 billion to the Allies, thanks to
a) the War Trade Board. b) the Eighteenth Amendment. c) Liberty Bonds. d) “dollar-a-year” men and women.
Herbert Hoover, head of the Food Administration, worked to
a) enforce loyalty. b) increase farm output and reduce waste. c) pass the Eighteenth Amendment. d) save gasoline for the war effort.
The passage of a literacy test for immigrants marked a revival of
a) preparedness. b) antiwar sentiment. c) vigilante justice. d) nativism.
Minorities and women found employment opportunities mainly
a) in the government. b) on farms in the Southeast. c) in war-related industries. d) on merchant ships.
The Sedition Act made it illegal to
a) buy Liberty bonds. b) work in factories. c) discuss anything negative about the government, the Constitution, the army, or the navy. d) write articles about the war.
Wilson’s goal for the League of Nations was
a) worldwide agricultural aid. b) access to world trade for all nations. c) equality of arms for all nations. d) international security and stability.
Under the terms of the peace treaty, Germany had to
a) give its colonies independence. b) pay reparations to the Allies. c) break up Czechoslovakia. d) give its tanks and artillery to France.
The main economic problem facing returning war veterans was
a) a shortage of jobs. b) racial discrimination. c) a lack of useful work skills. d) postwar gloom.
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