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World War I
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by Joshua Arbogast
| 21 Questions
Note from the author:
World War I Quiz
1
4 pts
  • A war based on wearing down the other side with constant attacks and heavy losses.
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  • Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause.
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  • A war that involved the complete mobilization of resources and people, affecting the lives of all citizens in the warring countries.
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  • The process of assembling troops and supplies and making them ready for war.
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2
4 pts
Match the vocabulary word to the definition.
  • To formally give up control of a country or state.
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  • An economic system directed by government agencies.
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  • A truce or an agreement to end fighting.
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  • A payment made to the victor by the vanquished to cover the costs of war.
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3
1 pt
In your own words, provide a definition of conscription.
4
2 pts
Draw a picture of trench warfare.
Criteria:
1 point - Drawing is detailed
1 point - Drawing is accurate
5
3 pts
How did chemical weapons impact the fighting during World War I?

Criteria: 1 point - Question is completely addressed in your answer 1 point - Answer is accurate 1 point - Answer is in complete sentences

6
3 pts

Form a conclusion about the propaganda poster above.

Criteria:
1 point - Question is completely addressed in your answer
1 point - Answer is accurate
1 point - Answer is in complete sentences

7
5 pts
Using the map above, label the countries 1 - 5.

8
1 pt
What was the immediate cause of World War 1?
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
Economic troubles stemming from the U.S. depression
Nationalism stemming from ethnic conflicts
Mobilization of troops
9
1 pt
What were the long-term causes of World War 1?
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
Economic troubles stemming from the U.S. depression
Nationalism stemming from ethnic conflicts
Mobilization of troops
Alliances between countries
Socialism vs. Capitalism
10
1 pt
Why was Archduke Ferdinand assassinated?
The nationalist feelings in Serbia.
He insulted the German chancellor.
The Austro-Hungarians lost faith in him.
France thought he became too powerful.
11
1 pt
Who were the Central Powers?
Great Britian
Germany
France
Serbia
Ottoman Empire
United States
Russia
Austria-Hungary
12
1 pt
Who were the Allied Powers?
Great Britian
Germany
France
Serbia
Ottoman Empire
United States
Russia
Austria-Hungary
13
1 pt
Who sank the RMS Lusitania?
Germany
Britain
United States
Ottoman Empire
14
1 pt
What did Germany offer to Mexico for their assistance?
$20 million
Land taken by the United States
The United States
Increased trade
15
3 pts
What was the Zimmerman Telegram?
Criteria:
1 point - Question is completely addressed in your answer
1 point - Answer is accurate
1 point - Answer is in complete sentences
16
1 pt
What country withdrew from the war after the Bolsheviks took over?
Germany
Russia
Austria-Hungary
United States
17
1 pt
Who ultimately took blame for the war and forced to pay billions in fines?
Austria-Hungary
France
Great Britian
Germany
18
1 pt
How did France uniquely react to the Germans invading during the Schlieffen Plan?
Asked Mexico to send more troops to help them.
Sent taxis to move troops out to meet the Germans.
Sent civilian boats to carry troops across the Rhine.
Sent troops to attack Germany, surprising the enemy.
19
1 pt
Which of the following trench warfare technology was NOT present during WWI?
Tanks
Gas maks
Airplanes
Atomic bomb
20
1 pt
Why were there massive casualties at Gallipoli?
Machine guns
Zeppelins
Geography
Poison gas
21
1 pt
Why was the League of Nations formed?
To protect the world from more conflict.
To ensure that Germany would break up.
To make sure countries wouldn't use chemical weapons.
To protect the Ottoman Empire and its civilians.
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