WWI Test
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by Patrick Walsh
| 20 Questions
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Of the methods of warfare developed in World War I, which did traditional officers consider unfair and barbaric?
the use of armored tanks
dogfights
trench warfare
the use of poisonous gas
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How did the United States ensure that materials needed at the front were produced?
The government hit businesses with penalties for low production levels.
The government awarded cash prizes to the most productive businesses.
The government regulated industry through the work of the War Industries Board.
The government added to the labor pool by hiring disabled workers.
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Because of the _______________________, men between the ages of 21 and 30 had to register.
18th Amendment
Fourteen Points
Treaty of Versailles
Selective Service Act
4
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Germany’s promise not to sink merchant vessels without warning was called the
Schlieffen Plan
Treaty of Versailles
Sussex pledge
Fourteen Points
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Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire
Allies
Central Powers
Team Future
All Stars
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1
Great Britain, France, and Russia and the United States.
Allies
Central Powers
Team Future
All Stars
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1
Action by Germany that brought America into WWI.
Attacking the Austria
Unrestricted submarine warfare
Bombing Pearl Harbor
Using airplanes as weapons
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2. During World War I, conscientious objectors to military service were often accused of disloyalty and some conscientious objectors were sentenced to prison. An attempt was made, however, to balance individual rights and the common good by assigning other conscientious objectors to noncombatant service. (2 points)

· How did assigning conscientious objectors to noncombatant service help maintain individual rights?







· How did assigning conscientious objectors to noncombatant service help serve the common good?










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4. Historians often cite the harshness of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany as a primary cause of the eventual outbreak of World War II.

Summarize two provisions of the Versailles Treaty relating to Germany

1.



2.







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An agreement between nations to aid and protect one another-especially in a time of war.
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
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1
A build up of a nations army to be preparred for war.
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
12
1
The belief that your country is better than other countries.
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
13
1
Taking over other lands to expand a countries empire.
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
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1
What was the Treaty that ended WWI?
Treaty of Vienna
Treaty of Paris
Treaty of Stalingrad
Treaty of Versailles
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A policy of not being involved in other countries affairs.
Reparations
Propaganda
Isolationism
Stalemate
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1
Payment for damages you were resposible for.
Reparations
Propaganda
Isolationism
Stalemate
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1
Materials used to influence peoples opinion.
Reparations
Propaganda
Isolationism
Stalemate
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Neither side is making any progress or gaining an advantage.
Reparations
Propaganda
Isolationism
Stalemate
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1
Who was the President during WWI?
Lincoln
Wilson
Carter
Taft
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The League of Nations was created after World War I as a forum for resolving international conflicts. However, the League was unable to resolve tensions that led to World War II. Beacause of the
breakup of colonial empires in Africa and Asia.
decision of the United States not to join the League.
development of the Atomic Bomb
rise of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union.
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