The Modern World Part Two Global History since 1910 week 2

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Week- 2

Week Nine Quiz

 

1.
Question 1
According to the presentation, which of the following were best prepared to facilitate the rise of “total states” during World War I?

1 point

2.
Question 2
According to the presentation, the entry of the United States into the war in the spring of 1917 effectively made an Allied victory inevitable by early 1918.

1 point

3.
Question 3
According to the presentation, German grand strategy was predominantly in the hands of which man in early 1918?

1 point

4.
Question 4
According to the presentation, which of the following was a factor in the tipping of the balance in favor of the Allied Powers by the summer of 1918? Choose all that apply.

1 point

5.
Question 5
Which of the following empires came to an end between 1910 and 1920? Choose all that apply.

1 point

6.
Question 6
In the aftermath of World War I, Woodrow Wilson succeeded in convincing the victorious powers to concentrate on acknowledging the self-determination of nations and building lasting international institutions, instead of on balance of power politics and score settling against the losers.

1 point

7.
Question 7
In 1921-22, the signatories to the “Washington system” treaties decided which of the following in regard to China?

1 point

8.
Question 8
Which of the following best describes the situation in the Russian Empire at the start of 1917?

1 point

9.
Question 9
According to the presentation, the provisional government implemented in Russia after the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II was dominated by which of the following?

1 point

10.
Question 10
According to the presentation, one of the major differences between democratic socialists and Bolsheviks in Russia in 1917 was the fact that the democratic socialists wanted to redistribute private property to poor peasants, while the Bolsheviks wanted to abolish private property and put land under centralized state control.

1 point

11.
Question 11
According to the presentation, while anti-communist movements developed in the years after World War I, anti-communism would not become a powerful political force for another 30 years, in the aftermath of a second catastrophic war.

1 point

12.
Question 12
According to the presentation, fascism is a combination of which of the following ideologies? Choose all that apply.

1 point

13.
Question 13
According to the presentation, faith in _____________ suffered a serious blow in the aftermath of World War I. Choose all that apply.

1 point

14.
Question 14
According to Benito Mussolini, fascism is which of the following? Choose all that apply.

1 point

15.
Question 15
According to the presentation, most women’s rights activists in the late 1800s and early 1900s were agitating less about equal political rights for women and more for the overthrow of women’s traditional social roles.

1 point

16.
Question 16
According to the presentation, modern feminism, with its emphasis on emancipation and broader social roles for women, had its early roots in which period?

1 point

17.
Question 17
In the presentation, cities such as Shanghai, Tokyo, and Saigon are referred to as “transmission belts.” Which of the following best defines this term, as used in the presentation?

1 point

18.
Question 18
According to the presentation, the unsatisfactory conclusion of World War I and the unequal terms of the postwar treaty settlements made it inevitable that renewed European war would erupt again within one or two decades.

1 point

19.
Question 19
According to the presentation, which of the following was a component of the global financial framework of the 1920s? Choose all that apply.

1 point

20.
Question 20
Atatürk, the leader of Turkey in the 1920s and 1930s, is best described by which of the following?

1 point

 

 

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