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At the end of World War II, Korea was divided into
a) Southern pro-American government and a Northern pro-Communist government
b) a Southern pro-Fascist government and a Northern pro-Communist government
c) a Southern pro-Communist government and a Northern pro-American government
d) none of the above

One major event that led up to the Korean War was
a) World War I.
b) World War II.
c) the Chinese Civil War.
d) the Cold War.

Which country controlled Korea for much of the first half of the twentieth century?
a) Germany
b) Italy
c) the United States
d) Japan

What was one result of the federal government’s hunt for Communists?
a) Immigration from Southern and Central Europe increased.
b) The climate of suspicion in the United States disappeared.
c) Hollywood focused on films dealing with controversial issues.
d) Some people’s civil rights were violated.

Why did a number of nations join to form NATO in 1949?
a) to solve postwar problems as an agency of the United Nations
b) to create an economic alliance against Germany and Japan
c) to protect themselves from possible Soviet aggression
d) to counter the military threat posed by the Warsaw Pact

Why did the Soviet Union try to force the Allies to abandon West Berlin?
a) to free the city from German hands
b) to close an escape route to the West
c) to strengthen the Warsaw Pact
d) to support West Berlin’s Communist Party

What was one goal of the Marshall Plan?
a) to help the United States buy its way into European affairs
b) to create stable democracies that could resist communism
c) to develop strong trading partners in Asia
d) to force the Soviet Union to allow more emigration

Stalin was determined that Germany would never
a) repay its American debts.
b) give up its nuclear weapons.
c) threaten his nation again.
d) take control of the Mediterranean Sea.

For nearly 50 years, the Cold War was characterized by
a) small battles worldwide.
b) the gradual decline of Soviet power.
c) American and Soviet isolationism.
d) political conflict and military tensions.

The United Nations passed a resolution that supported
a) the invasion of South Korea by the North.
b) the invasion of North Korea by the South.
c) efforts to defend South Korea and restore peace.
d) a hands-off policy in both North and South Korea.

What was the final resolution of the Korean War?
a) The North gained control.
b) The South gained control.
c) The dividing line moved north.
d) The dividing line stayed about the same.

Senator Joseph McCarthy’s power faded shortly after he
a) appeared on television in the Army-McCarthy hearings.
b) aired his accusations about former Secretary of State George Marshall.
c) gave a speech to a joint session of Congress.
d) claimed to have a list of 205 known Communists in the State Department.

Under President Eisenhower, the United States acted to oppose
a) Under President Eisenhower, the United States acted to oppose
b) French colonialists in Southeast Asia.
c) Soviet influence in the Middle East.
d) the United Fruit Company’s power in Guatemala.

Because of its reliance on aircraft to carry nuclear weapons, the United States lagged behind the Soviet Union in
a) hydrogen bomb testing.
b) spy plane technology.
c) missile development.
d) destroyer and cruiser construction.

The policy of making the military power of the United States and its allies so strong that no enemy would dare attack it for fear of retaliation is known as
a) deterrence.
b) containment.
c) brinkmanship.
d) the Truman Doctrine.

Which event added most to Americans’ shock and fear of attack by the Soviet Union?
a) the U-2 incident
b) Castro’s rise to power in Cuba
c) the Sputnik launch
d) first test of a Soviet atomic bomb

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