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Which of the following ideas was included in Wilson’s Fourteen Points?
a) Russian Concessions b) Loans to rebuild Germany c) The United Nations d) The League of Natuons
Why did the U.S. Senate reject the Treaty of Versailles?
a) They did not want to pay reparations b) They did not want to join the League of Nations. c) They did not want Germany to pay reparations. d) They did not want to be allied with Great Britain.
Which of the following nations disappeared from the world map at the end of World War I?
a) Austria-Hungary b) Yugoslavia c) Poland d) Czechoslovakia
What was the sinking of merchant ships without warning called?
a) aggressive submarine tactics b) deliberate submarine attacks c) restricted submarine warfare d) unrestricted submarine warfare
Why did the United States enter World War I?
a) assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand b) British requests for troops c) long-standing alliance with France d) attacks on American ships by German U-boats
What caused Russia to pull out of World War I?
a) heavy defeats by the Allies b) a civil war within Russia c) defeat of Russia by the Germans d) a declaration of peace by Czar Nicholas II
What allowed the Bolsheviks to take over the Russian government?
a) the support of the Russian people b) their superior military strength c) a very cold winter d) the skill of the Duma
Of the following, who was NOT a member of the Big Four who set the terms of the treaties at the end of World War I?
a) President Woodrow Wilson of the United States b) Premier Georges Clemenceau of France c) Prime Minister David Lloyd George of Great Britain d) Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany
Of the following countries, which was NOT a member of the Allies?
a) Germany b) Russia c) United Kingdom d) United States
What was the battle line in France known as?
a) Eastern Front b) Western Front c) Eastern Trench d) Western Trench
Which of the following weapons was NOT first used in World War I?
a) Airplanes b) Poison Gases c) Heat-Seeking missiles d) Tanks
After the assassination of the Archduke, Austria-Hungary declared war on what country?
a) Germany b) Serbia c) Russia d) United States
Which of the following countries was NOT a part of the Central Powers of World War I?
a) Germany b) Ottoman Empire c) France d) Austria-Hungary
Who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
a) Gavrillo Princip b) Otto Von Bismark c) Karl Marx d) Kaiser Wilhelm II
In the years leading up to World War I, why did European nations form alliances?
a) to achieve neutrality b) to achieve a balance of trade c) to achieve arms control d) to achieve a balance of power
An immediate cause is the “spark that lights the fire”. It sets a chain of events in motion. Which of the following was the immediate cause of World War I?
a) rival alliances b) assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand c) competition for empires d) Rise of militarism
Which of the following countries was formed from the Ottoman Empire?
a) Finland b) Germany c) Latvia d) Turkey
Following the war, describe the relationship of the United States and Europe?
a) The United States did not want to be involved in European affairs. b) The United States assumed the role of a protectorate in Europe. c) Europe had a great distrust of the United States. d) The United Kingdom extended their sphere of influence to the United States.
How did Imperialism lead to WW1?
a) European nations were divided into alliances to create a balance of power. b) European nations were fiercely competitive concerning establishing colonies. c) European nations were building up their military forces. d) European people were very loyal to their ethnic groups and wanted self rule.
How did Nationalism lead to WW1?
a) European nations were divided into alliances to create a balance of power. b) European nations were fiercely competitive concerning establishing colonies. c) European nations were building up their military forces. d) European people were very loyal to their ethnic groups and wanted self rule.
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