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Jeopardy

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Korea and at home

Post WW2

Vietnam

Cuban Missile

Vietnam 2

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  • The final agreement at Yalta concerning the future of Germany was that Germany would be:

    • A) reconstructed and reunited but would remain under strict supervision of the Allies

    • B) divided into four zones based on the position of troops at the end of the war

    • C) divided in half, with East Germany controlled by the Soviets and West Germany controlled by the United States

    • D) allowed to hold a binding vote regarding its preference of either capitalism or communism

A 100



  • When Harry Truman assumed the Presidency after Franklin Roosevelt’s death, he believed that

    • Roosevelt had kept him well informed on international issues

    • B) Stalin and the Soviet Union were fundamentally untrustworthy

    • C) Stalin was essentially a good man who could be reasoned with

    • D) the Soviet Union was a backward nation that posed no threat to the United States

A 200


Stalin and the Soviet Union were fundamentally untrustworthy Roosevelt’s death, he believed that

A 200


A 300


C) Marshall Plan the

A 300




  • Over the years, some historians have argued that the Cold War was the result of

    • A) Soviet communist expansionism

    • B) American capitalist expansionism

    • C) ignorance and misconception on the part of both the Soviets and the Americans

    • D) Soviet paranoia about the intentions of the West

    • E) all of the above answers

A 500


E) All of the above War was the result of

A 500


  • The Korean War began when War was the result of

    • A) Japanese forces invaded South Korea

    • B) North Korean forces invaded South Korea

    • C) Soviet troops invaded South Korea

    • D) Chinese troops invaded South Korea

    • E) Vietnamese forces invaded South Korea

B 100


B) North Korean forces invaded South Korea War was the result of

B 100


  • President Truman relieved Douglas MacArthur from command because MacArthur

    • A) failed to stabilize the front in Korea

    • B) ordered the bombing of communist forces massing north of the Chinese border

    • C) publicly indicated his dissatisfaction with Truman’s policy on Korea

    • D) invaded North Korea despite Truman’s orders to halt at the 38th parallel

B 200



  • The Korean War resulted in all of the following developments EXCEPT

    • A) a boost to American economic growth at a point when many believed it was about to decline

    • B) an increased confidence in America’s position as a world power dedicated to stopping the spread of communism

    • C) the creation of the office of Defense Mobilization to fight inflation, hold down prices, and discourage union wage demands

    • D) a military stalemate that dragged on until 1953

B 300


B 300


  • Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, accused of transferring atomic secrets to the Soviets, were

    • A) convicted and deported to the Soviet Union

    • B) convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment

    • C) convicted, sentenced to death, and executed, despite two years of appeals and public protests

    • D) convicted and sentenced to death, but released after two years of appeals and public protests

B 400


B 400


B 500


C) Joseph McCarthy domestic subversion was

B 500


  • Kennedy decided to remove Diem from the presidency of South Vietnam when

    • A) Diem massacred a large number of Viet Cong

    • B) Diem launched attacks on the country’s Buddhists

    • C) Diem refused to allow American soldiers to engage in combat

    • D) Diem had his own brother shot for treason

    • E) Diem announced he would no longer accept American aid

C 100



  • The American commitment in Vietnam increased substantially when

    • A) President Eisenhower sent military forces into combat to aid Diem

    • B) President Johnson asked for and Congress approved the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

    • C) President Nixon initiated “Vietnamization”

    • D) President Kennedy sent the Special Forces into Vietnam

    • E) President Truman ordered an attack of North Vietnam

C 200



  • Escalation of the Vietnam War in the 1960s included all of the following steps EXCEPT

    • A) American officials began governing the country in place of the Vietnamese

    • B) American soldiers began playing an active combat role

    • C) American planes began bombing targets in North Vietnam

    • D) American forces began increasing rapidly in number

C 300



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C 400


  • One of the primary reasons that the United States could not fully win the Vietnam War was

    • A) the United States employed conventional warfare techniques in an unconventional war

    • B) American military forces were inexperienced and understaffed

    • C) Congress would not allocate sufficient funds to finance the war

    • D) the United States refused to bomb North Vietnam

C 400


C 400


C 500



  • A positive effect of the Cuban Missile Crisis was after the

    • A) the negotiation of a treaty to ban nuclear weapons testing

    • B) Khrushchev’s replacement by a more reform-minded leader

    • C) the slower development of nuclear weapons by the Soviets

    • D) the destruction of the Berlin Wall

D 100



  • The Cuban Missile Crisis was resolved when testing

    • A) the United States launched an air attack on Cuba

    • B) Kennedy accepted Khrushchev’s offer to remove the missiles from Cuba in exchange for Kennedy’s pledge not to invade the island and remove missiles from Turkey

    • C) the Soviet Union agreed to remove the missile bases from Cuba in exchange for an agreement on arms limitation

    • D) the U.S. Senate refused to sanction the blockade and Kennedy had to remove the “quarantine”

D 200


D 200


  • The U-2 Incident of 1960 involved: from Cuba in exchange for Kennedy’s pledge not to invade the island and remove missiles from Turkey

    • A) A Soviet test missile that crashed in England

    • B) A downed American spy plane

    • C) A U.S. State Department report that basically labeled the Soviet Union an enemy of the free world

    • D) The testing of the hydrogen bomb by the Soviet Union

D 300


D 300


  • The Bay of Pigs incident was: from Cuba in exchange for Kennedy’s pledge not to invade the island and remove missiles from Turkey

    • A) When the U.S. discovered missiles in Cuba

    • B) When Cuba successfully tested their own atomic bomb

    • C) A failed attempt at ousting Fidel Castro from power

    • D) All of the above

D 400


D 400


  • The Cuban missile crisis resulted in all of the following from Cuba in exchange for Kennedy’s pledge not to invade the island and remove missiles from TurkeyEXCEPT:

    • A) The U.S. removing some of its missiles from Turkey

    • B) The removal of Nikita Khruschev from power in the USSR

    • C) A U.S. agreement to abandon the American base at Guantanamo

    • D) A U.S. promise not to invade Cuba

D 500



  • President Nixon’s policy of ‘Vietnamization’ of the war in Vietnam called for:

    • A) A full-scale conventional invasion of North Vietnam

    • B) Reorganization of the American army in Vietnam into anti-guerrilla units

    • C) A gradual withdrawal of all American armed forces from Vietnam

  • D) An end to all American military & economic aid to South Vietnam

E 100



  • During the Vietnam War, the village of My Lai is significant because:

    • A) It is the first location American ground troops landed

    • B) Americans brutally slaughtered Vietnamese women & children there

    • C) It was the first location the world saw Buddhist monks burn themselves in protest of American intervention

    • D) The village was the last place American troops departed from at the end of the Conflict

E 200



E 300


C) France Battle of Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam?

E 300


  • The ‘Ho Chi Minh Trail’ is a reference to: Battle of Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam?

    • A) The path of destruction cut by the U.S. on their attempt to push the North Vietnamese back

    • B) The underground tunnels employed by the Viet Cong to carry out surprise attacks on U.S. troops

    • C) The Viet Cong supply line from North to South Vietnam

    • D) The forced march of U.S. POWs during the Vietnam War

E 400


E 400


  • As part of the cease-fire agreement in Vietnam in 1973: Battle of Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam?

    • A) The U.S. was to withdraw all its troops from Vietnam

    • B) The Viet Cong were to form a new government for Vietnam

    • C) North Vietnam was to withdraw all its troops from South Vietnam

    • D) The U.S. was to stop all economic & military aid to South Vietnam

E 500


E 500


Mexico has a retirement home for this profession… Battle of Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam?

F 100


Prostitution Battle of Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam?

F 100


Religious violence has left over 50 dead in the last few days in this country:

A) KenyaB) NigeriaC) BosniaD) Mexico

F 200


B) Nigeria days in this country:

F 200


Protesters in Thailand are throwing this in protest: days in this country:

A) FecesB) BloodC) WaterD) Eggs

F 300


B) Blood days in this country:

F 300


F 400


Baby influence of drugs:

F 400


F 500


Plane influence of drugs:

F 500


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