The Korean War
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by Adam Ramm
| 11 Questions
1
2 pts
What Nations (more than 1) supported North Korea?
United States
United Nation
China
France
Japan
Soviet Union
2
1 pt
Using your knowledge of latitute and longitude what line is used to seperate North and South Korea?
40th Parallel
0 parallel
38th Parallel
Sea of Japan Line
3
1 pt
Think back from the textbook excerpts that were read... What other nations (3) supported South Korea?
Japan
China
Brazil
France
Haiti
United States
Soviet Union
Great Britain
4
1 pt
based on the reading provided, What was the time frame of the Korean War?
1950-1953
January of 1951
1952
November 1950
5
1 pt
Under what circumstances did the war Start?
Douglas McArthur Invaded the North
United Nations began bombing the North
North Korea seized South Korean territory
Korean people organized a rebellion
6
1 pt
using your knowledge of longitute and latitude, what line was used to divide the North and South?
40th parallel
38th parallel
42nd parallel
6
7
1 pt
based on the reading, what effect did the Chinese entering the war have?
China Force the United Nations South
The koreans began fighting the Chinese
South Korea gained weapons
North Korea lost territory
8
1 pt
After Truman decided not to run for re-election who won the presidency by a landslide?
General Dwight Eisenhower
Douglas MacArthur
Kennedy
Richard Nixon
9
1 pt
what methods did Eisenhower think would keep Communism from taking hold in America?
Begin bombing Soviet Union
improve the economy
a wall
increase boarder patrol
10
1 pt
What was a major fear in America during the Cold war?
nuclear war
economic problems
Korean invaders
McCarthysim
11
1 pt
Before a planned summit between Eisenhower and Khrushchev (leader of Soviet Union), what event caused The summit to be canceled and tensions increase?
Soviet spies caught in the White house
Bombing of China
Eisenhowers mismanagement of the economy
Soviets shot down an American U-2 spy plane
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