Order The Era of the World Wars Discussion

Order The Era of the World Wars Discussion
Order The Era of the World Wars Discussion
 
1. About 15 million people were killed and 20 million wounded in
World War I. This helps to explain
(A) the success of the Allied appeasement policy in the late 1930s
(B) the Munich Pact of 1938
(C) German contempt for the Treaty of Versailles
(D) the breakup of the British Empire in the 1930s
(E) the large number of American casualties in World War I
2. Which of the following best summarizes the contents of the
Zimmermann Telegram?
(A) Germany offered Mexico a chance to regain the land taken by
the United States in 1848 if Mexico attacked the United States.
(B) A British spy alerted the world to mass extermination camps
in German-held territories.
(C) The United States assured the British that it would join the war
in Europe if Germany continued unrestricted submarine warfare.
(D) German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann secretly
admitted that German terror tactics in Belgium were intentional.
(E) The United States explicitly warned Germany that America
would enter the war if unrestricted submarine warfare was
reinstated.
3. All of the following are true regarding the Russian Provisional
Government of 1917 EXCEPT that
(A) it was formed after Tsar Nicholas abdicated in March
(B) spontaneously elected soviets competed with the government
for political support
(C) Aleksandr Kerensky lacked the political skills to create an
effective wartime government
(D) it was threatened from the right in the Kornilov Affair
(E) it took control promising the people “Peace, land, and bread”
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4. Experiments on dogs by Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov seemed to
demonstrate that
(A) humans were complete masters of their thoughts and behaviors
(B) dogs were smarter than humans because they were more rational
(C) dogs did not share the same phobias and anxieties that humans did
(D) behavior was reflexive and could be conditioned by stimuli over
which individuals had no control
(E) the study of mental processes, rather than behavior, was a more
insightful way of examining learning in humans
355. All of the following are true regarding the Nazi Party in Germany
EXCEPT that it
(A) was the largest party in the Reichstag in 1932
(B) never received more than 40 percent of the vote in any election
(C) did not exist before the Great Depression
(D) promised to overturn the Treaty of Versailles
(E) campaigned against Jewish bankers and Bolshevik revolutionaries
356. The Treaty of Versailles contained all of the following provisions EXCEPT
(A) blaming Germany for starting World War I
(B) forcing Germany to pay reparations
(C) prohibiting Germany from having any army
(D) awarding Shandong to Japan
(E) returning Alsace-Lorraine to France
357. The turning point of World War II in Europe was
(A) the Battle of Kursk
(B) the Battle of Stalingrad
(C) D-Day
(D) the Battle of Rome
(E) the Battle of Dieppe
358. The immediate cause of World War I was
(A) the assassination of Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand
(B) the Second Balkan War in which Bulgaria attacked Serbia and Greece
(C) European rivalries over colonies and the size of military forces
(D) the “blank check” given the German government by Austria-Hungary
(E) the Second Moroccan Crisis
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359. President Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points plan included all of the
following EXCEPT
(A) promotion of universal self-determination
(B) lower tariffs to promote free trade
(C) repayment of all Allied war expenses by Germany
(D) arms reductions by all nations
(E) the creation of an international peacekeeping organization
360. “We shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in
France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans . . . we shall fight on the
beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields
and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.”
The author of this quotation was
(A) Wilhelm II
(B) Charles de Gaulle
(C) Douglas Haig
(D) Winston Churchill
(E) Lloyd George
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