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Woodrow Wilson's ________were a list of specific proposals for post war peace.
a) state of the union speeches b) 14 points c) grocery items d) Seditiona Act
One cause of tension in Europe in the early 1900s was the rise of a sense of pride in one's country, or _____.
a) militarism b) isolationism c) Lusitanism d) nationalism
How did Bolsheviks affect Russia's involvement in WW1?
a) They refused to pay the army, ending Russia's military role in the war. b) They forced the czar to sign a treaty to make Russia cease fighting. c) They forced the US to send aid to Russia in exchange for Russia's allegiance. d) Their overthrow of the czar sparked a civil war, which let to Russia's withdrawal from WW 1.
The spark that ignited WW 1 occurred when ________, heir to the Austria-Hungary throne, was killed by a Serb Nationalist.
a) Motley Crew b) Henry Lodge c) Franz Josef d) Archduke Francis Ferdinand
Because of labor shortage during WW 1, US factories hired more than a million _____.
a) non union workers b) children c) women d) slaves
By 1916 WW 1 had become a _______, a situation in which neither side can win a decisive victory.
a) stalemate b) quagmire c) Zimmerman Note d) reparations
The Selective Service Act passed in 1917 required
a) the segregation of military units. b) the ban of any kind of anti-war camapign. c) men between the ages of 21-30 to register to be drafted. d) the training of African American men as officers.
Which nation was the last to surrender to the Allied Forces in 1918?
a) Austria-Hungary b) Germany c) Bulgaria d) the Ottoman Empire
How did the convoy system help the Allies at sea?
a) It hurt German troops, making them vulnerable to Allied attacks. b) It allowed the Allies to infiltrate enemy trenches with aire missiles. c) It helped the Allies encode and send messages that the Germans could not crack. d) It allowed destroyers to escort and protect groups of Allied merchant ships.
The aggressive strengthening of armed forces is known as
a) nationalism. b) militarism. c) communism. d) capitalism.
The influenza outbreak of 1918 was so deadly because it
a) spread through the water. b) spread slowly. c) spread through the air quickly and unknowingly. d) targeted children and the elderly.
When American soldiers arrived in Europe in 1917, the
a) Allies were dangerously near defeat. b) Russians were advancing against Germany. c) Germans were retreating from Paris. d) Allies were pummeling the German Navy at sea.
Which is one of Woodrow Wilson's most significant accomplishments?
a) He was awarded a Purple Heart for his bravery during the war. b) He served as a general in the Civil War. c) He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in founding the League of Nations. d) He did not support the Treaty of Versailles.
In WW 1, the new strategy of trench warfare was an effective way to
a) exchange secret messages. b) defend a position by fighting from within deep ditches c) isolate soldiers suffering from diseases. d) camouflage the soldiers in the wilderness.
The purpose of the Liberty bonds issued by the US government before WW1 was to
a) relieve the tax burden on working families. b) suppress anti-war propaganda. c) aid in reconstruction of European cities. d) support the Allies.
The Treaty of Versailles was signed by representatives of the United States, France, Britain, and
a) Italy. b) Russia c) Germany d) Belgium
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