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WWI occurred from
a) 1920-1925
b) 1903-1910
c) 1914-1918
d) 1939-1945

Why was the Balkan region referred to as the “Powder Keg” of Europe prior to World War I?
a) The aggression of the Ottoman Empire was disrupting the balance of power
b) Yugoslavia was invading its neighboring countries
c) Nationalistic and imperialistic rivalries were increasing and would likely turn violent
d) The area was the leading supplier of military equipment to the rest of the world

Side of the war that included Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
a) Triple Alliance
b) Triple Entente
c) Central Powers
d) Allies

Britain joined the war in 1914 when
a) Germany declared war on France
b) Germany invaded Belgium
c) Germany attacked Russia
d) Russia mobilized her troops to support Serbia

What goal for postwar peace was shared by the British and French leaders in creating the Treaty of Versailles after WWI?
a) To establish “peace without victory
b) To establish a League of Nations
c) Self-determination for former colonies
d) To weaken Germany and make it pay for the war

Which of the following is not characteristic of a capitalist society?
a) People work for a profit
b) Private ownership of industry
c) Government allocates resources
d) Large class gap

The major impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany was that the treaty led to:
a) An era of peace and international good will in Germany
b) A stable Germany that was both democratic and strong
c) An increase in Germany’s desire to regain its power and prestige
d) A leadership position for Germany in the League of Nations

Battle strategy in which soldiers fought from deep pits dug in the earth:
a) Schlieffen Plan
b) Triple Entente
c) Alliance System
d) Trench Warfare

Which of the following was the main goal of the Americans during the Paris Peace Conference?
a) Peace without victory
b) To gain the land promised to them
c) To crush Germany completely
d) They were not part of the Paris Peace Conference

Name for the battlefield between Germany and Russia:
a) Western Front
b) Alsace-Lorraine
c) Eastern Front
d) The Somme

Which term is defined largely by feelings of intense patriotism?
a) Neutrality
b) Militarism
c) Nationalism
d) Imperialism

One goal for a lasting peace that President Woodrow Wilson included in his Fourteen Points was:
a) Establishing a League of Nations
b) Maintaining a permanent military force in Europe
c) Returning the United States to a policy of isolationism
d) Blaming Germany for causing World War I

Some historians call World War I the first industrial war. Several new technologies were developed for warfare. One of the most destructive new weapons used in World War I was:
a) The atomic bomb
b) The cannon
c) The fighter jet
d) Poison gas

Who was forced to assume sole responsibility for the war under the Treaty of Versailles?
a) Germany
b) Austria-Hungary
c) Russia
d) Italy

Which of the following was the main goal of the French during the Paris Peace Conference at Versailles?
a) Peace without victory
b) To maintain their position as a powerful nation
c) To crush Germany completely
d) They were not a part of the Paris Peace Conference

One of Woodrow Wilson’s most important goals after World War I was to establish a League of Nations. What was the main job of the League supposed to be?
a) Make it unnecessary for the United States to involve itself in international disputes
b) Provide a way for countries to resolve disputes between them without going to war
c) Maintain the world economic system so that colonies would no longer be necessary
d) Hold the nations of Europe responsible for the death and destruction of World War I

Which of the MAIN causes would be linked to Russia declaring war because Serbia was attacked?
a) Militarism
b) Alliances
c) Imperialism
d) Nationalism

Which of the MAIN causes would be linked to Gavrilo Princip’s assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
a) Militarism
b) Alliances
c) Imperialism
d) Nationalism

Why did the second Russian revolution succeed?
a) The was no second revolution, the first one succeeded
b) It was organized and well planned out
c) The military was away at war, so there was no resistance
d) The Czar had committed suicide, so they just took over

This is the policy of building up and keeping an army prepared for war.
a) Nationalism
b) Militarism
c) Imperialism
d) Imperialism

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