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When the Selective Service was first implemented, what were the requirements to register for military service?
a) all males 21 to 30 years old
b) all individuals 21 to 30 years old
c) all males 18 to 45 years old
d) all individuals 18 to 45 years old

Germany sent the Zimmermann note to which country?
a) Canada
b) Mexico
c) Cuba
d) Japan

How many soldiers fought for America during World War I?
a) 2 million
b) 4 million
c) 6 million
d) 7 million

In the poem Break of Day in the Trenches, what is the symbolism of the poppy?
a) soldier's blood
b) peace
c) love and relationships
d) corruption

What Act enabled the United States to raise a national army for their involvement in World War I?
a) Conscription Act of the United States
b) Selective Service Act
c) General Draft Act
d) none of the given responses are correct

How many total soldiers from all over the world fought in World War I?
a) 5 million
b) 10 million
c) 25 million
d) 60 million

How long did a soldier typically serve on the front lines in World War I?
a) 5 days
b) 2 weeks
c) 1 month
d) 3 months

Why were American soldiers given the nickname Doughboys during World War I?
a) enjoyed doughnuts made by Red Cross volunteers
b) khaki uniforms made soldiers look like doughnuts
c) doughnuts were main food source for American soldiers
d) none of the given responses are correct

Who was the president of the United States during World War I?
a) Woodrow Wilson
b) William Howard Taft
c) Warren Harding
d) none of the responses are correct

Which nation declared unrestricted submarine warfare in 1917, eventually bringing the United States into the war?
a) Austria-Hungary
b) Russia
c) Germany
d) Bulgaria

In which theatre of war were the main combatants Great Britain, along with the territories of New Zealand and Australia, fighting against Turkey?
a) The Western Front
b) The Eastern Front
c) The Italian Front
d) Gallipoli

Which of the following individuals was the Prime Minster of Great Britain during World War I?
a) David Lloyd George
b) Vittorio Emanuele Orlando
c) George Clemenceau
d) Woodrow Wilson

During which year did America join the World War I conflict in Europe?
a) 1914
b) 1915
c) 1916
d) 1917

Which of the following nations remained neutral during the outbreak of the war, but later joined on the side of the Allies?
a) Bulgaria
b) Serbia
c) Italy
d) Turkey

Prior to World War I, Germany and Austria were apart of the Triple Alliance with which nation?
a) Russia
b) Italy
c) Great Britain
d) France

World War I was the first time chemical warfare of used in combat.
a) True
b) False
c) I'm not sure about this.
d)

After the assassination of the presumed heir, which country did Austria-Hungary declare war on, thus beginning World War I?
a) Germany
b) Russia
c) France
d) Serbia

After the Treaty of Versailles, America joined the League of Nations.
a) True
b) False
c) What is this League of Nations of which you speak?
d) I'm not too sure about this...

Why did it take so long for America to get involved in World War I?
a) America was sympathetic to the German cause
b) America was anti-imperialist
c) America did not have the funds
d) America was involved in the Civil War

How were women affected on the home front after America joined World War I?
a) women enlisted in the armed forces
b) women filled factory jobs
c) women filled political seats
d) all of the given responses are correct

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