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Bonus Question - The treaty that ended WW1 was...?
a) The Treaty of Verdun b) The Treaty of Visalia c) The Treaty of Versailles d) The Treaty of Vilnius
The conditions of World War 1 were particularly mentally hard on soldiers this led to a condition know at the time as...?
a) PTSD b) Shell Shock c) Schizophrenia d) Diptheria
What disease were soldiers particularrly susceptible to during WW1?
a) Trenchfoot b) Hand, Foot and Mouth disease c) Zika Virus d) Ebola Virus
What factor at home led the Russians to pull out of the war in 1917?
a) The Germans capture Russia and forced them to surrender b) The Bolsheviks overthrew the Czar and established a Communist government c) The Russians had not been in the war prior to 1917 d) The Russians did not pull out of the war in 1917
Which of the following Describes the United States involvement in World War 1?
a) When war was declared in 1914 they joined militray forces with the members of the Allied Powers. b) When war was declared in 1914 they joined military forces with the members of the Central Powers. c) Supported the Allied powers politically but did not get involved militarily until 1917 d) Supported the Central powers politically but did not get involved militarily until 1917
What technological advancement in weapons was used FOR THE FIRST TIME during WW1?
a) Machine Gun b) Submarine c) Airplane d) Rifle
What weapon did the German's develop during WW1 to counter the strenth of the British Navy?
a) U-Boat b) Scud Missile c) Helicopter d) Tank
Pan - Germanism -- This means...?
a) A method used by German chefs b) A German style of flute music c) Building a highway across all of Germany d) The unification of all Germanic peoples
What military style best describes Warfare during WW1?
a) Blitzkrieg b) Trench Warfare c) Shock and Awe d) Guerilla Warfare
What chemical weapon was used extensively during World War 1?
a) Rycin Gas b) Napalm Gas c) Mustard Gas d) Serin Gas
The area between trenches was known as ...?
a) The Mosh Pit b) Devil's Alley c) No Man's Land d) The Land of No Return
Pan-Slavism - This means...?
a) A method used by Polish chefs b) The unification of all Slavic peoples c) Building a highway across all of Eastern Europe d) A German style of flute music
Gavrilo Prinicip was ...?
a) The highest General in the French Army b) Inventor of the GAVEL - used in modern judicial systems c) A Serbian Nationalist who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand d) The president of Italy
Which of the following was not a member of the - Triple Alliance- ?
a) Austria- Hungary b) Germany c) Italy d) France
Which of the following was not a member of the - Triple Entente - ?
a) Great Britain b) France c) Germany d) Russia
What event was the - SPARK - that triggered WW1?
a) Assassination of the Archduke of Austria-Hungary b) A world wide economic depression c) The unification of Italy d) Defeat of British troops by the Zulus in South Africa
The cause of WW1 symbolized by the letter - N - ?
a) Naval Power b) Naziism c) Nuclear Power d) Nationalism
The cause of WW1 symbolized by the letter - M - ?
a) Militarism b) Monarchies c) Monotheism d) Mercantilism
The cause of WW1 symbolized by the letter - A - ?
a) Artillery b) Alliances c) Armistice d) Anarchy
The cause of WW1 symbolized by the letter - I - ?
a) Industrialization b) Immigration c) Imperialism d) Individualism
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