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Vol 4B Review - WWI, Revolution and Nationalism, Years of Crisis

Quiz by Erica Isbell

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  • Q1
    The major warring alliances during WWI were the Allies led by Great Britain,____________, and Russia and the Central Powers led by Austria-Hungary, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire.
    United States
    The Netherlands
  • Q2
    Which statement accurately describes the Russian military throughout WWI?
    Their armies were short of war material due to insufficient industrialization.
    Their soldiers were heavily outnumbered in many of their battles against Germany.
    Their generals failed to defeat the Austrian army in any of their battles.
    Their navy controlled the sea passages allowing supplies to be sent to their allies.
  • Q3
    All of the following are reasons why the United States declared war on the Central Powers in 1917 except
    The German navy resumed unrestricted submarine warfare, sometimes sinking U.S. ships.
    The United States feared a disruption of trade with the Allies in the event of a German victory.
    U.S. President Wilson wanted to restrain France and Britain in punishing Germany after the war.
    Arthur Zimmermann offered to restore U.S. territory to Mexico in return for Mexican support.
  • Q4
    Which country switched sides at the beginning of World War I accusing Germany of starting an unjust war?
    United States
    Great Britain
  • Q5
    All of the following are part of Woodrow Wilson'€™s Fourteen Points except
    reduce national militaries
    outlaw chemical warfare
    end secret treaties
    observe freedom of the seas
  • Q6
    Which of the following accurately describes the Treaty of Versailles negotiations?
    The four leaders agreed that Communist Russia was a threat to world peace.
    The four leaders agreed that European colonialism was a cause of the war.
    The four leaders agreed that Austria-Hungary should pay for the reconstruction of France.
    The four leaders agreed that Germany’s ability to make war should be limited.
  • Q7
    Why did the Germans believe that the Schlieffen Plan would allow them to avoid a two-front war?
    The Germans thought that their tanks would overwhelm the Allied forces.
    The Germans thought that their armies could defeat Russia quickly before fighting the Allies.
    The Germans believed that Great Britain would decide to stay out of the war.
    The Germans believed that Russia would take a long time to mobilize for war.
  • Q8
    By 1917, Russia suffered approximately 5.5 million casualties in the Great War and the Russian people grew tired of the leadership of
    Marshal Foch
    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
    Czar Nicholas II
    King George V
  • Q9
    Which of the following is NOT a cause of World War I?
  • Q10
    Which of the following is true of communism?
    There were distinct classes in Communists society
    There is freedom of speech and the press in communism
    There was no private ownership of land in communism
    The Communists created a constitution in 1924
  • Q11
    How did the Great War affect life on the home front?
    Economies were geared toward providing consumer goods.
    Factories closed as workers were drafted for the military.
    Governments championed civil liberties like the freedom of the press.
    Essential items needed for the war effort were rationed.
  • Q12
    What did Stalin want to accomplish with the Great Purge of 1937?
    He wanted to rid the country of famine.
    He wanted to abolish private property ownership.
    He wanted to eliminate any opposition
    He wanted to remove religion from the country.
  • Q13
    What is the overall goal of indoctrination and propaganda?
    to restrict private ownership of land and property
    to mold people’s minds into a certain way of thinking
    to increase the number of products manufactured in factories
    to help everyone have an equal opportunity for work
  • Q14
    In 1938, the Communists and Nationalists temporarily halted their civil war in China because ______________ had invaded in the east and was taking over vast amounts of China's land.
  • Q15
    The American policy of __________ and the British policy of __________ made it easier for the Germans to pursue aggression in Europe in the 1930s.
    Isolationism and Appeasement
    Fascism and Appeasement
    Communism and Fascism
    Appeasement and Isolationism

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