World War 1 and the Russian Revolution
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The changes in military spending shown on this chart contributed most directly to which of the following?29
World War 1
end of the Cold War
creation of the United States
The changes in military spending shown on this chart contributed most directly to which of the following?
World War 1
end of the Cold War
creation of the United States30sEditDelete
Which statement best represents the cartoonist's point of view?
The nation of Italy was not guilty of any crimes in Europe
working together will bring peace back to Europe
There is plenty of blame to go around for the death of peace in Europe
Germany is best positioned to revive peace in Europe30sEditDelete
Growing nationalism and militarism in Europe and the creation of secret alliances were
reasons for the rise of democracy
causes of World War 1
requirements for economic development
reasons for the collapse of communism30sEditDelete
Which claim can best be supported by this passage?
countries engaged in war were punished for their actions
illness and disease took many lives
New technology made warfare more destructive
warfare had limited impact on the environment30sEditDelete
A historian could best use this passage to study which topic of the World War I?
events that started the war
equipment utilized by soldiers
propaganda that supported the war effort
impact of combat on civilians30sEditDelete
The conflict described in this notice resulted most directly from which of the following?
Germany's invasion of Poland
the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
British imperialism in India
Soviet takeover of Eastern Europe30sEditDelete
Which conflict is described in this notice?
World War II
World War I30sEditDelete
Serbia receives an ultimatum
Russia supports Serbia
Germany mobilizes its troops
These events led most directly to the
defeat of Kemal Ataturk
end of the World War II
unification of Germany
outbreak of World War 130sEditDelete
Which factor caused many European countries to become involved in World War I?
opposition to fascism
Which event is considered the immediate cause of WWI?
invasion of Poland by Germany
use of unrestricted submarine warfare by Germany
signing of the Treaty of Versailles
assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand30sEditDelete
This WWI poster is an example of
The cartoonist is suggesting the League of Nations will fail because
the United States has not become a member
England and Italy do not want help from Belgium and France
France and England control the keystone
the United States is relying too much on England and Italy for support30sEditDelete
One reason the League of Nations failed as a world peace keeping organization was that it
lacked a military force to settle conflicts
dealt with conflict by establishing naval blockades
encouraged the annexation of territory by force
supported the rise of fascist states30sEditDelete
The change in boundaries shown on these maps most directly resulted from which of the following?
treaties signed at the end of WWI
the spread of communism in Eastern Europe
expansion of the Ottoman Empire after World War I
the rise of Adolph Hitler in Germany30sEditDelete
The change in boundaries on these maps most clearly shows the influence of which of the following ideas?
Led the Russians in a second revolution (1917)
Promised "Peace, Land and Bread"
Established the New Economic Policy (NEP)
Which leader is being described by these statements?
Vladimir I. Lenin
Czar Nicholas II
Which action contributed to the success of Lenin's communist revolution in Russia?
Landowners were offered tax relief
Factory workers were required to start small businesses
Businessmen were encouraged to form monopolies
Peasants were promised land reform30sEditDelete
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