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Which leader based his rule on the ideas of Karl Marx and Friederich Engels
a) Neville Chamberlain b) Vladimir Lenin c) Adolf Hitler d) Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek)
The Treaty of Versailles angered many Germans after World War I because the treaty
a) divided Germany into Communist and non-Communist zones b) made Germany restore its emperor c) required all German-speaking Europeans to return to Germany d) forced Germany to pay large war reparations
The Bolshevik Revolution in 1917 in Russia was caused in part by
a) a forced famine in the Ukraine b) the failure of Czar Nicholas II to come to Serbia's aid c) a shortage of military supplies and food during World War I d) the establishment of Lenin's New Economic Policy (NEP)
Which event occurred first and led to the other three?
a) rise of fascism in Europe b) Bolshevik Revolution c) World War I d) signing of the Treaty of Versailles
The immediate cause of World War I was the
a) assassination of Archduke Ferdinand b) Japanese alliance with Germany c) treaty agreement at Versailles d) German invasion of Poland
Which factor led to the rise of a communist revolution in Russia?
a) increase in agricultural production around the world b) onset of the global depression that restricted trade c) scarcity of workers for available jobs d) unequal distribution of wealth between social classes
Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points influenced many colonial peoples in Asia and Africa to
a) create military alliances b) seek self-determination c) reject terrorism d) extend extraterritoriality
The Treaty of Versailles punished Germany by
a) forcing Germany to accept blame for the war to pay reparations b) taking away German territory in the Balkans and Spain c) supporting economic sanctions by the United Nations d) dividing Germany into four occupied zones
One goal of the League of Nations was to
a) promote peaceful relations worldwide b) encourage a strong alliance system c) bring WWI to an end d) stimulate the economy of Europe
Growing nationalism and militarism in Europe and the creation of secret alliances were
a) reasons for the rise of democracy b) reasons for the collapse of communism c) requirements for economic development d) causes of World War I
One of the major causes of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was the
a) abuse of power by the czar b) failure of communism c) rapid expansion of the right to vote d) government refusal to enter WWI
Lenin's promise of peace bread land was developed to
a) end France's occupation of Russia b) resolve conflicts between farmers c) restore Czar Nicholas II to power d) gain popular support to overthrow the government
The Balkans were referred to as the powder keg of Europe
a) manufacturing ability b) economic strength c) nationalistic rivalries d) stockpiles of weapons
The Bolshevik Revolution was a major turning point because
a) Russia became the first nation with a communist economic system b) the royal family was exiled to Mexico c) Russia ceased to be an important force in world affairs d) it was the last revolution of the 20th century
The slogan peace, bread, land
a) called for continued Russian expansion b) promised to return peasants to serfdom c) addressed the needs and concerns of the peasants d) supported an increase in the power of the Russian czar
The Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente were established in the decades just
a) before the Congress of Vienna b) after the formation of the United Nations c) after the Treaty of Versailles d) before World War I
Which statement describes a relationship between WWI and the Bolshevik Revolution?
a) WWI created conditions that triggered a revolution b) WWI gave the army experience to suppress the revolution c) Opposing forces cooperated to fight invaders d) WWI postponed the revolution
One action that many governments took during World War I was to
a) encourage political dissent and freedom of the press b) regulate their economic systems to increase production c) prevent women from seeking employment in factories d) raise tariffs to encourage trade
A comparison of the actions of the Jacobins during the French Revolution and the actions of the Bolsheviks during the Russian Revolution indicates that revolutions sometimes
a) occur in a peaceful manner b) gain support of wealthy landowners c) ignore urban workers d) bring radicals to power
The term empire is best defined as
a) a political unit that has a common religious faith b) a government ruled by the consent of the people c) an extensive territory under the rule of a single authority d) a country that requires conquered peoples to assimilate
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