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Chapter 8. Good Times and Bad. The Roaring 20’s, The Great Depression, and World War II Test Quiz. Sherry Woods, Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN . Who made cars cheaper by the moving assembly process?. Adolph Hitler Henry Ford Theodore Roosevelt Charles Lindbergh.

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chapter 8 good times and bad

Chapter 8. Good Times and Bad

The Roaring 20’s, The Great Depression, and World War II

Test Quiz

Sherry Woods,

Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN

who made cars cheaper by the moving assembly process
Who made cars cheaper by the moving assembly process?
  • Adolph Hitler
  • Henry Ford
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Charles Lindbergh
jazz came from who s musical heritage
Jazz came from who’s musical heritage?
  • Native Americans
  • Japanese Americans
  • African Americans
  • Elvis Presley
the harlem renaissance was
The Harlem Renaissance was
  • The migration of African Americans to the North during the 1920’s
  • A system that allowed people to buy on credit.
  • A program that put people to work building roads.
  • A time of great activity in the arts by African American writers, musicians, and artists.
which of these led to the stock market crash of 1929
Which of these led to the stock market crash of 1929?
  • More people wanted to sell stock than to buy stock.
  • World War I caused the economy to crash.
  • There were too many people without full-time jobs.
  • Farmers could not produce enough food for the country.
which of the following did workers do for the works progress administration
Which of the following did workers do for the Works Progress Administration?
  • Take over banks.
  • Replace workers on strike.
  • Build roads, airports, and public buildings
  • Fly airplanes.
hydroelectric dams helped regions grow by
Hydroelectric dams helped regions grow by
  • Letting investors buy shares of stocks in the dams.
  • Giving farmers more land on which to grow crops.
  • Using the water stored by the dams to produce electricity.
  • Allowing farmers to sell water at high rates.
the united states entered the war only a day after this event
The United States entered the war only a day after this event.
  • The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
  • The Germans attacked New York City.
  • Britain declared war on Germany.
  • Russia invaded Britain
rationing was started by the u s government to make sure
Rationing was started by the U.S. government to make sure
  • That people made a lot of money.
  • That soldiers had enough supplies during the war.
  • Stores didn’t go out of business.
  • Everyone could have lots of everything.
which group of people were placed in relocation camps during the war
Which group of people were placed in relocation camps during the war?
  • German Americans
  • Japanese Americans
  • Native Americans
  • African Americans
during the holocaust
During the Holocaust
  • the Germans invaded and bombed Poland.
  • German planned to invade eastern Europe
  • the German cities were destroyed by firebombs.
  • Hitler and his army mass murdered European Jews and other hated groups.
before they could invade italy the allies first had to
Before they could invade Italy, the Allies first had to

Africa

  • Defeat Japan
  • Win back Pearl Harbor
  • Attack Russia
  • Control North Africa.
which of these was not a popular activity in the 1920 s
Which of these was not a popular activity in the 1920’s?
  • Listening to sports and jazz on the radio.
  • Attending baseball, football, and basketball games.
  • Playing golf and tennis.
  • Watching game shows on television.

X

who was president when world war ii began
Who was President when World War II began
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Paul Harvey
  • James Peaine
which president made the decision to drop the atomic bomb on japan
Which President made the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan?
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Harry S. Truman
  • Henry Ford
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
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