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What did the pogroms do that occurred in the late 19th-century Russia do?
a) enlist the aid of foreigners
b) kill all the kulaks
c) violently persecute Jews
d) establish a Communist council

Who were the Bolsheviks?
a) soldiers in the White Army
b) radical Russian Marxist revolutionaries
c) members of the Duma, Russia's parliament
d) followers of Rasputin

Who did China's peasants align themselves with in the 1920s?
a) Communists
b) warlords
c) Nationalists
d) Qing Dynasty

What were soviets under Russia's provisional government?
a) labor unions
b) revolutionary leaders
c) plans for redistributing land
d) local councils

What is a totalitarian state?
a) a state in which the people have a direct say in their government
b) a state in which the people elect representatives to the legislature
c) a state in which the working class is glorified and has the greatest voice in government
d) a state in which the government controls every aspect of public and private life

What was the purpose of the Soviet state's Five-Year Plans?
a) economic development
b) social restructuring
c) political reform
d) foreign policy

Who seized power from Persia's shah and changed the name of his country to Iran?
a) Mustafa Kemal
b) Reza Shah Pahlavi
c) Alexander Kerensky
d) Abd al-Aziz Ibn Saud

What did Sun Yixian's Revolutionary Alliance accomplish?
a) spreading Communism in China
b) defeating the Kuomintang
c) controlling the rampaging warlords
d) overthrowing the last emperor

Which group was known for taking a 6,000-mile journey known as the Long March?
a) Chinese Communists, fleeing the Nationalists
b) Chinese Nationalists, fleeing the Communists
c) Chinese peasants, fleeing the Japanese invaders
d) the Russian White Army, fleeing the Bolsheviks

Who led the famous protest known as the Salt March?
a) Mao Zedong
b) Mustafa Kemal
c) Mohandas K. Gandhi
d) Sun Yixian

How did czars Alexander III and Nicholas II deal with calls for reform?
a) They appointed ministers to study reforms.
b) They resisted all efforts for reform
c) They made a few reforms but not all.
d) They immediately moved to enact reforms.

How did the Russo-Japanese war show the czar's weakness?
a) His insults to the Japanese emperor caused the war.
b) His poor military strategy prevented his generals from gaining territory.
c) All of these are true.
d) News of repeated losses sparked unrest and led to revolt during the war.

Under the Treaty of Versailles, to whom did the Allies give Chinese territories to that had previously been controlled by Germany?
a) Italy
b) Japan
c) India
d) Russia

Which of the following did NOT happen as an immediate result of the Bolshevik Revolution?
a) Farmland was distributed among the peasants.
b) A totalitarian state was established.
c) A truce was signed with Germany.
d) Factory control returned to the workers.

Which of the following reflects the leader who was responsible for the Great Purge and the main group that was victimized by it?
a) Jiang --- the Kuomintang
b) Jiang --- members of the Communist Party
c) Stalin --- members of the Communist Party
d) Lenin --- the Mensheviks

Which revolutions were started under Stalin's rule as a means to improve the Soviet Union's economy?
a) industrial and agricultural revolutions
b) Bolshevik and Communist revolutions
c) socialist and totalitarian revolutions
d) all of these

How did the May Fourth Movement influence the formation of a Communist party in China?
a) established the disillusionment of the Chinese people in their government
b) planted the seeds of Communist ideology within the minds of intellectuals
c) turned the people against Sun Yixian's beliefs in Western democracy
d) all of these

What was the result of China having a Nationalist government recognized by the world but a Communist party growing in the countryside?
a) Communist leaders were forced to work in labor camps.
b) Civil war broke out between the two groups.
c) Nationalist troops and armed gangs wiped out the Communists.
d) A social realist art campaign was created to uplift nationalist ideas.

How was the result of the nationalist movement in Saudi Arabia different from the results in Turkey and Iran?
a) All of these.
b) Saudi Arabia built a state on oil money, while the other two did not.
c) Saudi Arabia had a violent revolution, while the other countries did not.
d) Turkey and Iran pursued modernization more than Saudi Arabia did.

What led Great Britain finally to grant India limited self-rule?
a) worldwide demonstrations in support of India's independence
b) continuous campaigns of civil disobedience by Indians
c) a demonstration known as the Salt March
d) a sharp drop in the British economy based in India

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