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  1. Ch. 34 Ch. 35 Ch. 36 Ch. 37 Ch. 38 Game design by Mary Catherine McGillvray

  2. 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 $500 $500 $500 $500

  3. 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.

  4. The nationalistic aspirations of subject minorities was most threatening to a state such as a. England. b. Austria-Hungary. c. Spain. d. France. e. Germany.

  5. In 1914, England’s share of the world’s industrial output stood at a. 3 percent, tied for tenth in the world. b. 9 percent, having dropped behind the United States and Germany. c. 14 percent, roughly the same as Germany. d. 32 percent, the world’s largest. e. 62 percent, twice as large as the nearest competitor.

  6. The Triple Alliance was threatened from the very beginning bya. the traditional rivalry between England and France.b. long-standing mistrust between France and Russia.c. continuous disagreements between Germany and Austria over Alsace.d. English and Russian competition in central Asia as part of the Great Game.e. the Italian policy of aggrandizement at the expense of Russia and Austria.

  7. Gavrilo Princip was a member of a secret Serbian society known as thea. Black Shirts.b. Black Hand. c. Young Serbians.d. Yugoslavs.e. White Lodge.

  8. In a purely scientific sense, the uncertainty principle proposes thata. cloning was essentially impossible because of the difficulty of accounting for genetic mutation.b. it is impossible to specify simultaneously both the position and velocity of a subatomic particle. c. complex factors make accurately predicting economic trends essentially impossible.d. a country’s successful transition to democracy was dependent on internal rather than external factors.e. human behavior is driven more by psychological than by physiological factors.

  9. The Kristallnacht wasa. a new artistic movement that flourished after World War I.b. a Nazi-arranged attack on thousands of Jewish stores. c. Hitler’s political treatise that expressed his main ideas.d. the Russian term for the destructive civil war that followed the revolution.e. a German term for the sense of disillusionment that World War I veterans felt.

  10. The 1935, Nuremberg Lawsa. made Austria part of Germany.b. removed any democratic restraints on Hitler’s power and made him the dictator of Germany.c. recognized the Japanese as honorary Aryans.d. outlawed the communist parties in Germany.e. deprived German Jews of their citizenship.

  11. The term fascism was first used bya. Mussolini. b. Hitler.c. Franco.d. Stalin.e. Lenin.

  12. This individual believed in a philosophy of promoting communism primarily in the Soviet Union rather than trying to export the revolution to other nations.a. Leninb. Marxc. Trotskyd. Gorbacheve. Stalin

  13. QuestioThis Mexican president nationalized his country’s oil industry, thus posing a challenge to the United States policy of non-intervention in Latin American affairs. a. Lázaro Cárdenas b. Diego Rivera c. José Carlos Mariátegui d. Juan Batista Sacasa e. Anastacio Somoza Garcian C100

  14. One of the greatest proponents of Pan-Africanism was a. Martin Luther King, Jr. b. Malcolm X. c. Jomo Kenyatta. d. Marcus Garvey. e. Jesse Jackson.

  15. Africans were participants in World War I because a. they were paid a great deal of money by the Europeans to participate. b. many believed in the cause of the Entente powers versus the Central powers. c. many believed in the cause of the Central powers versus the Entente powers. d. they were bound by colonial ties to European powers. e. both a. and b

  16. Maoism was a. a political ideology that held that the urban proletariat was that foundation for a successful communist revolution. b. solely an economic policy based on encouraging agrarian growth in China. c. solely an economic plan that encouraged the growth of industry in China. d. a political ideology that held that peasants were the foundation for a successful communist revolution. e. a foreign policy agenda that actively encouraged open relations with democratic Western powers.

  17. Which of the following are U.S. policies towards Latin America? a. New Deal b. Dollar Diplomacy c. Good Neighbor Policy d. Latin American Assistance Plan e. both b and c

  18. The Marshall Plan wasa. the U.S. plan for the final defeat of Germany through an invasion at Normandy.b. the code name for the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.c. the secret United States code during World War II.d. a U.S. financial plan to rebuild Europe and stop Soviet expansion. e. the official name for the Final Solution

  19. One of the biggest arguments among the Allies in World War II wasa. Hitler’s dissatisfaction with the contributions of Italy.b. Roosevelt’s insistence on an invasion through northern France.c. the U.S. refusal to share financial assistance with the British and Soviets.d. Jiang Jieshi’s unhappiness with the United States’s support of Mao Zedong.e. Stalin’s demand for a second front.

  20. Eighty percent of the comfort women in World War II werea. Japanese.b. Russian.c. American.d. Chinese.e. Korean.

  21. The term “genocide” was coined to refer to the systematic killings of which of the following? a. Soviet Union b. Nazi Germany c. Japan d. Italy e. Vichy France

  22. At the Wannsee Conference,a. the British agreed to hand over the Sudetenland to Hitler.b. Germany officially surrendered and signed the peace treaty.c. the United Nations was founded.d. the Nazis put in place the Final Solution. e. differences among the former Allies helped lead to the cold war.

  23. Who finally dismantled the Soviet Communist party and pushed the country toward free market reforms?a. Mikhail Gorbachevb. Erich Honeckerc. Vladimir Putind. Boris Yeltsin e. Nikita Khrushchev

  24. The first of the Soviet republics to declare independencea. were the Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania. b. was Belarus.c. was Kazakhstan.d. was Georgia.e. was Kazakustan.

  25. Mikhail Gorbacheva. intended from the very beginning to tear down the Soviet system.b. was influenced by the economic reforms of Deng Xiaoping.c. was mainly inspired by Leonid Brezhnev.d. never intended to abolish the existing Soviet political and economic system. e. had been a capitalist reformer since his college education in London.

  26. The East German leader who rejected Gorbachev’s reforms and clung to the traditional Soviet pattern wasa. Erich Honecker. b. Nicolae Ceauşescu.c. Todor Zhivkov.d. Boris Yeltsin.e. Josip Broz.

  27. The Russian leader who brought massive reform to the Soviet Union beginning in 1985 wasa. Boris Yeltsin.b. Mikhail Gorbachev. c. Leonid Brezhnev.d. Nikita Khrushchev.e. Vladimir Putin.

  28. d. Francis Ferdinand.

  29. b. Austria-Hungary.

  30. c. 14 percent, roughly the same as Germany.

  31. e. the Italian policy of aggrandizement at the expense of Russia and Austria.

  32. b. Black Hand.

  33. b. it is impossible to specify simultaneously both the position and velocity of a subatomic particle.

  34. b. a Nazi-arranged attack on thousands of Jewish stores.

  35. e. deprived German Jews of their citizenship.

  36. a. Mussolini.

  37. e. Stalin

  38. a. Lázaro Cárdenas

  39. d. Marcus Garvey.

  40. d. they were bound by colonial ties to European powers.

  41. d. a political ideology that held that peasants were the foundation for a successful communist revolution.

  42. e. both b and c

  43. d. a U.S. financial plan to rebuild Europe and stop Soviet expansion.

  44. e. Stalin’s demand for a second front.

  45. e. Korean.

  46. b. Nazi Germany

  47. d. the Nazis put in place the Final Solution.

  48. d. Boris Yeltsin

  49. a. were the Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania.

  50. d. never intended to abolish the existing Soviet political and economic system.