True False 7 Points Hist112 Cpcc History Multiple

True False 7 Points Hist112 Cpcc History Multiple

True False 7 Points Hist112 Cpcc History Multiple

Question 1

Short Answer: Describe the environment of the peace negotiations at Versailles, according to the video Between the Wars, Episode 1: “Versailles: the Lost Peace”. In the end, was the Versailles Treaty drafted in an environment of secret talks or open negotiations?

Question 2

Which ethnic group was targeted for persecution in the Ottoman Empire during World War I?

Select one:

a. Jews

b. Armenians

c. Muslims

d. Slavs

e. Kurds

Question 3

The Balfour Declaration promised Palestine to what group?

Select one:

a. Arabs

b. Anatolian Greeks

c. Turks

d. Jews

Question 4

The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

Select one:

a. officially destroyed the Ottoman Empire.

b. officially ended World War I.

c. gave Russian territories to Germany.

d. gave Bosnia and Herzegovina to Serbia.

e. divided the Central Powers.

Question 5

“Peace, land, and bread” was the slogan adopted by

Select one:

a. Nicholas II.

b. Rasputin.

c. Alexandra.

d. Lenin.

e. Stalin.

Question 6

For Germany’s Schlieffen Plan to work, what country had to be defeated first?

Select one:

a. Russia

b. Britain

c. Austria-Hungary

d. France

Question 7

Stalin’s first Five-Year Plan, implemented in 1928, forcibly collectivized

Select one:

a. industry.

b. education.

c. agriculture.

d. the military.

Question 8

Under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal, post-World War I Turkey differed from many Middle Eastern nations because of its devotion to

Select one:

a. Shi’ite Islam.

b. Sunni Islam.

c. Wahhabism.

d. secularism.

e. Christianity.

Question 9

The Lusitania was an American passenger ship in the North Atlantic sunk by a German submarine in 1915, which was the cause for the United States to declare war on Germany.

Select one:

True

False

Question 10

Short Answer: What was the “Final Solution”? Who were its targets? What steps were taken toward achieving it and when? (Be sure to answer all three parts of the question.)

Question 11

At the Munich Conference in 1938,

Select one:

a. the British and the French representatives handed Adolf Hitler the Sudetenland.

b. the British prime minister refused to agree to the demands of Adolf Hitler.

c. Winston Churchill gave his support to the policy of appeasement.

d. the policy of appeasement successfully put a stop to German expansion in Europe.

Question 12

Which of the following groups was NOT targeted by Nazi extermination policies?

Select one:

a. Catholic clergy

b. homosexuals

c. gypsies

d. Jews

e. college-educated Poles

f. All of these were targeted.

Question 13

Short Answer: Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?

Question 14

Blitzkrieg was

Select one:

a. a steady, methodical armed attack that was aimed at achieving an eventual weakening of an enemy and, finally, surrender.

b. a coordinated sudden attack by land and air forces.

c. a series of naval attacks that were aimed at blockading enemy ports.

d. never able to achieve it’s specific military objectives.

Question 15

Which two Japanese cities were destroyed by nuclear weapons?

Select one:

a. Tokyo and Hiroshima

b. Tokyo and Nagasaki

c. Hiroshima and Edo

d. Nagasaki and Edo

e. Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Question 16

At the Munich Conference in 1938,

Select one:

a. the British and the French representatives handed Adolf Hitler the Sudetenland.

b. Winston Churchill gave his support to the policy of appeasement.

c. the British prime minister refused to agree to the demands of Adolf Hitler.

d. the policy of appeasement successfully put a stop to German expansion in Europe.

Question 17

The Rape of Nanjing caused global condemnation against

Select one:

a. China.

b. Japan.

c. Germany.

d. MacArthur.

e. Nimitz.

Question 18

On the eve of WWII, which European country was plagued by civil war?

Select one:

a. France

b. Austria

c. Italy

d. Denmark

e. Spain

Question 19

Short Answer: Describe the Nazi euthanasia program. (Who were its targets? What methods were used? How did the German public respond to the program? What did the German government do with the program in response to public reaction?)

Question 20

Short Answer: How did the Manchurian Incident of 1931 impact Japanese government and foreign policy?

QUESTION 1

  1. Britain and France were able to take control of the Suez Canal because
    the Ottomans refused to allow Egypt to control it.
    Egyptians could not protect the canal from Mahdi rebels.
    they militarily conquered the Canal to protect it.
    Egypt was unable to repay its debts from construction.

6.5 points

QUESTION 2

  1. The British “divide and rule” approach to India relied upon manipulating the divisions between Hindus and Muslims.


7.5 points

QUESTION 3

  1. In the nineteenth century, the Russian Empire was determined to replace whom in order to control Eastern Europe?
    Great Britain
    The Austrian Empire
    The Ottoman Empire
    Germany

6.5 points

QUESTION 4

  1. The beys of Tunisia modernized their military and were the first Muslim state in North Africa to
    declare their independence.
    adopt a constitution.
    invade a European country.
    elect a female leader.

6.5 points

QUESTION 5

  1. In 1884, German chancellor Bismarck called a conference in Berlin and required that all European powers take what approach to Africa?
    Build railroads and telegraphs
    Occupy colonies
    Send a minimum number of settlers
    Build Christian missions

6.5 points

QUESTION 6

  1. By the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the rule of the Mughal were limited to what two cities in India?
    Patna and Calcutta
    Goa and Surat
    Delhi and Agra
    Jodphur and Bombay

6.5 points

QUESTION 7

  1. What was the only African state to successfully hold off European colonization?
    Egypt
    Senegal
    Ethiopia
    Ghana

6.5 points

QUESTION 8

  1. With whom did Britain fight the “Great Game” for control of Afghanistan in the 1830s?
    Russia
    France
    China
    Germany

6.5 points

QUESTION 9

  1. Although Europeans colonizing Africa claimed their goals were to bring Christianity, commerce, and “civilization” to Africa, Europeans used force labor, mutilation, and arguably genocide to control the people in their colonies and extract raw resources from the continent.


7 points

QUESTION 10

  1. Muhammad Ali transformed Egypt’s traditional farming culture into large estates producing commercially profitable
    barley.
    cotton.
    pepper.
    beef.

6.5 points

QUESTION 11

  1. When the British banned the slave trade in 1807, the Ashante of Ghana changed to trading what agricultural commodity?
    cotton
    palm oil
    sugar
    coffee

6.5 points

QUESTION 12

  1. By 1800, British trade in India had shifted its focus from the spice trade to what more lucrative commodity?
    coal
    cotton
    sugar
    iron

6.5 points

QUESTION 13

  1. The Great Mutiny of 1857 began because of rumors among the Hindu and Muslim Sepoy troops about
    the use of pork and beef in the rations.
    a reduction in wages for non-Christian troops.
    the planned withdrawal of the Company from India by 1860.
    the use of pig and beef fat on ammunition cartridges.

6.5 points

QUESTION 14

  1. The 1904 Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine

6.5 points

QUESTION 15

  1. In 1893, American annexationists in Hawaii plotted to overthrow the Hawaiian government.