Please answer the following questions. 1 of 50 Which of the following decisions of the Congress of Berlin became a major problem? Britain received Cyprus. France gained Tunisia. Austria-Hungary received Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bulgaria lost access to the Aegean Sea. Question 2 of 50 Why did the Bolsheviks take Russia out of World War I? They were afraid of losing land. They believed the war helped capitalism. They were too busy fighting the White Russians. They were promised land if they withdrew. Question 3 of 50 Taking over another land, both politically and economically, is called _____. nationalism imperialism militarism socialism Question 4 of 50 The _____ recognized the Pope as the ruler of Vatican City and Catholicism as the official religion of Italy. March on Rome Lateran Accord Locarno Agreement Weimar Contract Question 5 of 50 The Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact did all of the following EXCEPT _____. allow Russia to take Bessarabia allow Russia to annex the Baltic states allow Germany to take Budapest divide Poland between Russia and Germany Question 6 of 50 The British and the French stopped the Germans at the Battle of _____. Flanders Schlieffen Marne Tannenberg Question 7 of 50 Where did the Jarrow Crusade take place? England France Germany Belgium Question 8 of 50 Mussolini was all of the following EXCEPT _____. a policeman a soldier a teacher the editor of a Socialist newspaper Question 9 of 50 _____ was a great Russian filmmaker during WWI and WWII. Eisenstein Einstein Shostakovich Tchaikovsky Question 10 of 50 The United States went to war with Spain over Cuba for all of the following reasons EXCEPT the desire for Cuban sugar. the desire for Cuban tobacco. U.S. investments in Cuba. Cuba’s strategic location. Question 11 of 50 _____ was the name of the secret police in the Soviet Union. Bolshevik Stasi Gestapo Cheka Question 12 of 50 When Hitler denounced the Versailles Treaty, he demanded all of the following EXCEPT ____. unification of Germany banishment of Jews from Germany land and soil to feed Germans setting aside the entire peace treaty Question 13 of 50 Who proposed the attack on Gallipoli? Nicholas II Ludendorff Hindenburg Churchill Question 14 of 50 Who said that World War I was fought “to make the world safe for democracy”? Wilson Hindenburg Churchill Lenin Question 15 of 50 Until the 1890s, _____ slave traders exported slaves from Central and East Africa to Muslim nations. Arab Belgian French German Question 16 of 50 Where did Hitler’s putsch take place? Munich Berlin Hamburg Frankfurt Question 17 of 50 All of the following EXCEPT _____ were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Bosnia Bulgaria Croatia Slovenia Question 18 of 50 Who was the head of all police in Germany? Goering Himmler Ludendorff Roehm Question 19 of 50 _____ painted Guernica , which depicted the bombing of that city during the Spanish Civil War. Miró Picasso Braque Dali Question 20 of 50 Germany stopped its scheduled payments of reparations as a result of the _____. Kreditanstalt Lausanne Conference Young Plan Dawes Plan Question 21 of 50 Stalin’s chief area of concern in his drive to rid the Soviet Union of anti-Russian nationalism was _____. Poland Georgia Crimea Ukraine Question 22 of 50 _____ proposed the Open Door Policy in China in 1899. Britain Japan Russia The United States Question 23 of 50 ____ was the name of the program that encouraged women “to have a baby for the Fuhrer.” Lebensborn Lebensraum Kinderbourne Blitzkrieg Question 24 of 50 In 1815 the _____ prohibited slave trade along the Atlantic. Congress of Vienna Treaty of Paris Treaty of Versailles Emancipation Proclamation Question 25 of 50 Russia lost all of the following as a result of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk EXCEPT _____. Ukraine Poland Finland Siberia Question 26 of 50 What was the slogan of the Russian Revolution? Liberty, equality, fraternity. Peace, bread, land. Religion is the opiate of the masses. Proletariat of the world unite. Question 27 of 50 What was the immediate cause of World War I? The sinking of the Lusitania The voyage of the Panther The assassination of Francis Ferdinand The assassination of Nicholas I Question 28 of 50 This four-month-long battle provided the turning point of World War II on the Eastern Front. The Battle of El Alamein The Battle of Stalingrad The Battle of the Bulge The Battle of Britain Question 29 of 50 Where did the swastika originate? Africa Asia Germany Ethiopia Question 30 of 50 Which of the following was NOT a cause of the worldwide Great Depression? No major nation took responsible economic leadership. A crisis occurred in the production and distribution of goods in the world marketplace. The buying on margin and subsequent crash of the NYSE happened. World War I caused financial problems, including paying for the war and the peace settlement. Question 31 of 50 What city hosted the meeting in which Britain and France allowed Hitler to take the Sudetenland? Prague Berlin Danzig Munich Question 32 of 50 Who called the Treaty of Versailles immoral and unworkable? Hindenburg Wilson Clemenceau Keynes Question 33 of 50 Which country was NOT a part of the Big Three? Britain France USSR The United States Question 34 of 50 The _____ created the United Nations. Potsdam Conference Tehran Conference Atlantic Charter Versailles Treaty Question 35 of 50 The _____ unified Germany and Austria. Anschluss Appeasement Ausfahrt Annexation Question 36 of 50 The British established colonies in all of the following EXCEPT The Congo Botswana Zambia South Africa Question 37 of 50 What excuse did Hitler use to invoke Article 48, suspending civil liberties in Germany? The stock market crash The burning of the Reichstag The attempted takeover by the SA The putsch Question 38 of 50 Cruel treatment in the Congo inspired which book? Heart of Darkness Lord Jim Under Western Eyes Out of Africa Question 39 of 50 The Pan-Slavic Movement aimed to bring all Slavic peoples under the protection of _____. Austria the Ottoman Empire Prussia Russia Question 40 of 50 Which nation lost the most people and had the most physical destruction in World War II? Russia Germany France Japan Question 41 of 50 _____ was the last tsar of Russia. Alexander I Alexander II Nicholas I Nicholas II Question 42 of 50 Which statement regarding the Suez Canal is NOT true? It connected the Mediterranean and Red Seas. French engineers built it. It was built using German capital. The British controlled it. Question 43 of 50 Which battle turned the tide in the Pacific during World War II? The Battle of Iwo Jima The Battle of Guadalcanal The Battle of Coral Sea The Battle of Midway Question 44 of 50 _____ led the Free French while in exile in Britain. De Gaulle Pétain Clemenceau Attlee Question 45 of 50 According to the video Prelinger Archives: A Tale of Two Cities (1946), the United States had closely guarded plants working to shorten World War II in all of these states EXCEPT _____. Montana New Mexico Tennessee Washington Question 46 of 50 The _____ in effect made Hitler a dictator. Nuremberg Laws Lateran Accord Locarno Act Enabling Act Question 47 of 50 Who was known as the “Desert Fox”? Patton Rommel Eisenhower Goering Question 48 of 50 What was the major institution of the New Deal relief effort? AAA NRA CCC WPA Question 49 of 50 Which of the New Deal acts did the United States Supreme Court declare unconstitutional? AAA NRA CCC WPA Question 50 of 50 _____, a collaborator of the Germans, led Vichy France. De Gaulle Pétain Clemenceau Attlee Answer the short essay question below in 300-400 words. Explain the many changes that occurred in Japan during the Occupation. The Heritage of World Civilizations Chapter 32, pp. 989-93, 1000-05, and 1010-16 Chapter 33, pp. 1020-23, 1026-28, and 1042-53 General Douglas Macarthur: Return of a Legend (segment 16) Korea: Globe Trekker (segment 8) Cuban Missile Crisis (segment 26) Be certain to use quotation marks when quoting any material directly from the textbook and provide proper citation. The citation should directly follow any material you use, and you should place the citation in parentheses if you do not refer to it in the body of your answer. For the purposes of this course, the following example is an acceptable, proper citation when referring to the textbook: (Text 50-51). Cite the exact page number(s). Wikipedia, Answers.com, and other Internet sources are not acceptable sources for quizzes.