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Ch. 34. Ch. 35. Ch. 36. Ch. 37. Ch. 38. Game design by Mary Catherine McGillvray. Final Jeopardy !. Ch. 34. Ch. 35. Ch.36. Ch. 37. Ch. 38. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500.

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Ch. 34

Ch. 35

Ch. 36

Ch. 37

Ch. 38

Game design by Mary Catherine McGillvray


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Final

Jeopardy!

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The spark for World War I was provided when Gavrilo Princip assassinated a. Francis Joseph. b. Nicholas II. c. Alexander Kerensky. d. Francis Ferdinand. e. Otto von Bismarck.


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Approximately how many combatants died in World War I? assassinated a. one million b. three million c. four million d. nine million


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Pan-Slavism was actively promoted by assassinated a. Germany. b. the United States. c. Russia. d. Austria-Hungary. e. Italy.


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The desire to ensure its “place in the sun” was a common complaint of a. England. b. Italy. c. Russia. d. France. e. Germany.


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The mandate system… complaint ofa. led to the occupation of Germany after the war.b. allowed the Germans to repay their reparations to the Allied powers.c. allowed for the rapid spread of communism.d. angered the Arab world because it was little more than a glorified form of imperialism. e. was one of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points


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The writer whose complaint ofDecline of the West proposed that European society had entered the final stage of its existence was a. Karl Marx. b. Erich Maria Remarque. c. Oswald Spengler. d. Werner Heisenberg. e. Karl Barth.


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John Maynard Keynes complaint ofa. first discussed the uncertainty principle.b. made early discoveries in psychoanalysis.c. warned that democracy was a threat to the achievements of western society.d. was positive that laissez-faire capitalism would survive forever.e. discussed the end of laissez-faire capitalism.


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The uncertainty principle is associated with complaint of a. Einstein. b. Spengler. c. Heisenberg. d. Freud. e. Keynes.


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Discoveries in physics added to the anxiety of the 1920s and 1930s becausea. they caused a majority of the population to turn to atheism.b. they proved that heaven, for purely scientific reasons, would not exist.c. they called into question the established notions of truth. d. they suggested that the universe was a very unstable and dangerous place.e. they answered all major questions and eliminated blind faith as a legitimate option.


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Which of the following groups was not one of the new artistic movements of the twentieth century?a. expressionistsb. cubistsc. dadaistsd. impressionists e. surrealists


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Which of the following was not one of the foundations of Gandhi’s philosophy?a. an attempt to improve the position of the harijansb. boycotting British goodsc. heavy industrialization d. passive resistance e. economic self-sufficiency


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The Great Depression aggravated the tense situation between Muslims and Hindus in India in part because a. Muslims perceived that they were economically controlled by the Hindu majority of India. b. all British economic assistance went to Hindus rather than Muslims. c. the Hindu majority of India refused to do business with Muslims. d. Hindus accused Muslims of being the cause of the depression in India. e. none of the above.


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Sun Yatsen’s plan for China included all of the following except a. the elimination of privileges for foreigners. b. the establishment of a communist, totalitarian government. c. national reunification. d. economic development. e. a democratic republican government based on universal suffrage.


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The nationalist government of China was challenged by all of the following except a. the possibility of a revolution led by Chinese communists. b. Japanese aggression. c. economic hardship caused by the Great Depression. d. local Chinese warlords that controlled a portion of China. e. both c. and d.


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The Long March the following excepta. destroyed Mao Zedong’s credibility with the Chinese.b. left Jiang Jieshi in complete control of the Chinese Communist Party.c. forced Mao Zedong to flee China and hide in the Soviet Union.d. greatly strengthened Mao Zedong’s leadership position. e. was the final victory for the Guomindang.


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The Tripartite Pact brought together the following except a. England, France, and the Soviet Union. b. China, England, and the United States. c. Germany, Italy, and Japan. d. England, the Soviet Union, and the United States. e. Germany, Italy, and Austria.


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The weakness of the League of Nations was revealed in its inability to take any substantial action in response to the Italian invasion of a. Czechoslovakia. b. Ethiopia. c. Austria. d. Egypt. e. Switzerland.


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Adolf Hitler always spoke of the “November crime,” which was thea. election of Franklin Roosevelt.b. Bolshevik takeover in Russia.c. signing of an alliance between England and the Soviet Union.d. Japanese takeover of China.e. signing of the 1918 armistice.


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While the Nazi-Soviet Pact was on the surface a nonaggression treaty, it had secret stipulations that spelled outa. the division of Poland. b. a plan for the eventual invasion of the United States.c. the plans for the Final Solution.d. the division of China into spheres of influence.e. the expansion of the treaty to include the British.


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After the fall of France in 1940, the only country left to fight Germany wasa. Britain. b. the United States.c. the Soviet Union.d. Italy.e. Norway


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The Warsaw Treaty Organization fight Germany was a. was under the leadership of Lech Walesa. b. was formed in response to NATO. c. was designed to contain the spread of communism. d. was a free trade organization designed to foster greater economic expansion in western Europe. e. monitored the treaty that ended World War II.


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U.S. president Dwight Eisenhower fight Germany was a. felt that communism would die out on its own. b. signed a long-term trading agreement with the Russians. c. was a believer in the domino theory. d. articulated the containment theory in his famous Eisenhower Doctrine. e. stood up to the Soviets in the Cuban missile crisis.


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In 1954, segregation in U.S. schools was declared illegal in fight Germany wasa. King Jr. v. Mobile Board of Education.b. Parks v. Memphis School System.c. Bentley v. Ziegler.d. Brown v. Board of Education. e. Marbury v. Madison.


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What country did the Soviet Union expel from the Soviet bloc in 1948 because of its insistence on following an independent course in foreign affairs?a. East Germanyb. Yugoslavia c. Hungaryd. Czechoslovakiae. Romania


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The Strategic Arms Limitations Talks were signed in 1972 betweena. China and the Soviet Union.b. the United States and the western Europeans.c. North and South Korea.d. the Soviet Union and the United States. e. India and Pakistan




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c. Russia. between


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e. Germany. between



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c. Oswald Spengler. glorified form of imperialism.



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c. Heisenberg. glorified form of imperialism.










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b. Ethiopia. government.




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a. Britain. government.




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d. government.Brown v. Board of Education.


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b. Yugoslavia government.



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Daily government.

Double!


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Final government.

Jeopardy!





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