Europe in the 20th Century

Europe in the 20th Century

 

  1. The purpose of the Nuremberg laws was to
  2. Crush free speech
  3. Keep Germany from rearming
  4. Deprive all German Jews of citizenship rights
  5. Punish all those involved in the genocide
  6. Organize Jewish holidays

 

  1. In order to appeal to the middle classes, Hitler focused on
  2. Authoritarianism
  3. Nationalism
  4. Anti-communism
  5. Expanded territory
  6. Military build-up

 

  1. By both encouraging Austria and planning an attack of France in World War I, Germany
  2. Scared Italy into attacking it from the South
  3. Risked losing its colonial empire in Africa
  4. Lost the alliance it had with Great Britain
  5. Ended its dominance over continental Europe
  6. Turned a small war into a continent wide war

 

  1. The dominant philosophy which spurred WWI was
  2. Futurism
  3. Conservatism
  4. Nationalism
  5. Liberalism
  6. Socialism

 

  1. Austria-Hungary responded to the assassination of their heir to the throne by
  2. Assassinating the Serbian head of state.
  3. Demanding effective control over Serbia
  4. Beginning an alliance with Germany
  5. Surrendering to Serbia
  6. Destroying the Schlieffen Plan

 

  1. The Central Powers in WWI included all of the following except:
  2. Austria-Hungary
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Turkey
  5. Russia
  6. Germany

 

  1. What happened to Austria-Hungary after WWI?
  2. It became a constitutional monarchy under a Hapsburg
  3. It was divided into several different republican states.
  4. It was cut up into socialist countries
  5. It was immediately overtaken by dictators
  6. It was swallowed up by Russia.

 

  1. Which nation was not a winner in WWI?
  2. The United States
  3. Great Britain
  4. Russia
  5. France
  6. Italy

 

  1. Of the following people, this man was the least significant to Russia in 1917:
  2. Stalin
  3. Lenin
  4. Kerensky
  5. Trotsky
  6. Tsar Nicholas II

 

  1. Whose challenge did Stalin overcome to be the leader of the Soviet Union in 1928?
  2. Dugashvili
  3. Lenin
  4. Trotsky
  5. Kirov
  6. Tsar Nicholas II

 

  1. Which area of production improved the most during Stalin’s Five-Year Plans?
  2. Steel
  3. Wages
  4. Auto production
  5. Agriculture
  6. Consumer goods

 

  1. Which group of farmers was completely destroyed by Stalin?
  2. Cossacks
  3. Aryans
  4. Soldiers
  5. Kulakhs
  6. Tsarevichs

 

  1. Which of the following was not a part of the 1920s?
  2. The Dawes Plan
  3. France invaded the Ruhr valley
  4. The Beer Hall Putsch
  5. German economic collapse
  6. Hitler is elected Chancellor of Germany

 

  1. This was the first place Hitler occupied in 1936:
  2. Poland
  3. The Rhineland
  4. Austria
  5. The Sudetenland
  6. Albania

 

  1. In Munich in 1938, Britain and France
  2. Invaded Germany
  3. Repudiated the Treaty of Versailles
  4. Appeased Hitler
  5. Approached Roosevelt for help
  6. Divided Germany into four zones

 

  1. Hitler broke the Munich Agreement by
  2. Invading Poland
  3. Invading Austria
  4. Invading Czechoslovakia
  5. Invading the USSR
  6. Invading Great Britain

 

  1. The nation that stood directly in Hitler’s way until 1935 was:
  2. The USSR
  3. Italy
  4. The United States
  5. Norway
  6. Denmark

 

  1. In 1939, to guarantee success, Hitler made a Non-Aggression Pact with
  2. Roosevelt of the USA
  3. Tojo of Japan
  4. Mao of China
  5. Stalin of the USSR
  6. Chamberlain of Great Britain

 

  1. Wannsee is synonymous with what WWII event?
  2. The dropping of the bombs in Japan
  3. The Holocaust
  4. The bombing of Dresden
  5. The Battle of Stalingrad
  6. Pearl Harbor

 

  1. Which battle was both a turning point of WWII and one of the bloodiest battles in history?
  2. Stalingrad
  3. Pearl Harbor
  4. Ardennes forest
  5. Leningrad
  6. Britain

 

  1. Which nation lost the most people in WWII?
  2. Poland
  3. The USSR
  4. The USA
  5. Germany
  6. Great Britain

 

  1. Which nation lost the most people to the Holocaust?
  2. Poland
  3. The USSR
  4. The USA
  5. Germany
  6. Great Britain

 

  1. Which name does not belong in a conversation about the Holocaust?
  2. Mengele
  3. Macarthur
  4. Heydrich
  5. Aushwitz
  6. Hitler

 

  1. The Allied invasion of Normandy began with a battle called:
  2. D-Day
  3. X-Ray
  4. The Bulge
  5. Stalingrad
  6. Iwo Jima

 

  1. The post war conference where Stalin and Churchill divided Europe was held in
  2. Malta
  3. Teheran
  4. Potsdam
  5. Yalta
  6. Washington

 

  1. The post war conference where the Allies divided Germany was held in
  2. Malta
  3. Teheran
  4. Potsdam
  5. Yalta
  6. Washington

 

  1. The phrase used to describe the physical division between East and West in the Cold War
  2. Steel Curtain
  3. Iron Curtain
  4. Communist Fog
  5. United Nations
  6. Mutually Assured Destruction

 

  1. All of the following are associated with policies in the early Cold War except:
  2. Truman Doctrine
  3. Marshall Plan
  4. Glasnost
  5. Containment
  6. Warsaw Pact

 

  1. The idea of both sides in the cold war pursuing massive stockpiles of nuclear weapons was called:
  2. Mutually Assured Destruction
  3. Strategic Defense Initiative
  4. Relatively Sane Ideology
  5. Laugh Out Loud
  6. Stalin is Crazy

 

  1. The event most commonly believed to be the closest the world has come to nuclear destruction was:
  2. The Berlin Blockade
  3. The Bay of Pigs
  4. The Election of George W. Bush
  5. The Cuban Missile Crisis
  6. The Berlin Wall construction

 

  1. The man who became the leader of the USSR immediately after Khrushchev was called
  2. Konstantin
  3. Stalin
  4. Gorbachev
  5. Brezhnev
  6. Andropov

 

  1. Khrushchev, who had tried to de-Stalinize, was forced to invade this country in 1956
  2. Czechoslovakia
  3. Hungary
  4. Afghanistan
  5. France
  6. Yugoslavia

 

  1. The leader of Yuglosavia who was able to remain an independent communist leader was
  2. Milosevic
  3. Chernenko
  4. Solzhenystsyn
  5. Tito
  6. Nagy

 

  1. This country was not part of the Warsaw Pact:
  2. Poland
  3. Turkey
  4. Bulgaria
  5. Hungary
  6. East Germany

 

  1. All of these are part of the early stages of the European Union except:
  2. The Monnet plan
  3. The Schuman Plan
  4. The treaty of Rome
  5. The European Coal and Steel Community
  6. The Schlieffen Plan

 

  1. The Brezhnev Doctrine was announced in 1968 with the Soviet invasion of
  2. Czechoslovakia
  3. Hungary
  4. Poland
  5. Rumania
  6. Afghanistan

 

  1. The invasion of this nation in 1979 prompted the United States to boycott the 1980 Summer Olympics
  2. Albania
  3. Afghanistan
  4. Hungary
  5. Czechoslovakia
  6. Rumania

 

  1. A period of good relations between the superpowers during the cold war was called
  2. Denouement
  3. Détente
  4. Flava flav
  5. Camp David accords
  6. Nixon magic

 

  1. A large student led general strike shut down which nation in the summer of 1968?
  2. Czechoslovakia
  3. USSR
  4. France
  5. USA
  6. Denmark

 

  1. Which nation underwent significant turmoil in 1968?
  2. France
  3. USA
  4. Vietnam
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

 

  1. The economic problems of the 1970s saw which of the following?
  2. High oil prices
  3. High unemployment
  4. High inflation
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

 

  1. The correct order of Soviet leaders is:
  2. Gorbachev. Andropov, Brezhnev
  3. Brezhnev. Gorbachev, Andropov
  4. Andropov, Chernenko, Khrushchev
  5. Chernenko. Gorbachev, Brezhnev
  6. Brezhnev, Andropov, Chernenko

 

  1. Which term does not belong in a discussion about nuclear weapons?
  2. MAD
  3. ICBM
  4. MORV
  5. MIRV
  6. ABM

 

  1. Gorbachev’s plan for economic restructuring was called:
  2. Glasnost
  3. Perestroika
  4. Détente
  5. Stalinization
  6. NEP

 

  1. Gorbachev’s plan to open Soviet society to new ideas was called:
  2. Glasnost
  3. Perestroika
  4. Détente
  5. Stalinization
  6. NEP

 

  1. The Berlin Wall came down in 1989 after standing for
  2. 25 years
  3. 27 years
  4. 28 years
  5. 50 years
  6. 52 years

 

  1. This nation was the last to lose its communist government in Europe:
  2. Yugoslavia
  3. The USSR
  4. France
  5. Albania
  6. East Germany

 

 

  1. Berlin itself was located in which nation during the Cold War
  2. West Germany
  3. East Germany
  4. Poland
  5. Spain
  6. France

 

  1. The treaty which formalized the European Union in 1993 was signed in
  2. Nuremburg
  3. Berlin
  4. Maastricht
  5. Warsaw
  6. Moscow

 

  1. The common currency of the EU is called the
  2. Dinar
  3. Ruble
  4. Piata
  5. Euro
  6. Europa

 

  1. This nation is not part of the Euro monetary union
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Ireland
  4. France
  5. Italy
  6. Germany

 

  1. This nation is not part of the EU
  2. France
  3. Italy
  4. Ireland
  5. Russia
  6. Poland

 

  1. This is the name of the first President of the EU:
  2. Van Helsing
  3. Blair
  4. Thatcher
  5. Van Rompuy
  6. Gorbachev

 

  1. This leader grew to become the most powerful leader of Yugoslavia after Josep Tito
  2. Milosevic
  3. Harpov
  4. Vanek
  5. Havel
  6. Arkaan

 

  1. The post WWII plan to rebuild Europe was named after this American:
  2. George Patton
  3. Marshall Eisenhower
  4. George Marshall
  5. Charles DeGaulle
  6. Zach Gillefinakas

 

  1. The current leader of Russia is
  2. Vlad the Impaler
  3. George Medvedev
  4. Vladimir Putin
  5. Donald Trump
  6. Mikhail Gorbachev

 

  1. In 2014 Russia reacquired territory in South Eastern Ukraine called
  2. The Baltic
  3. The Crimean Peninsula
  4. Estonia
  5. Lithuania
  6. Poland

 

  1. The current leader of the United Kingdom is
  2. Angela Merkel
  3. Margaret Thatcher
  4. Boris Johnson
  5. Queen Elizabeth I
  6. Winston Churchill

 

  1. A current leader of Germany is
  2. Bismarck
  3. Merkel
  4. Hitler
  5. Putin
  6. Hollande

 

  1. What country has been the focus of the recent European economic crisis?
  2. France
  3. The Netherlands
  4. Ukraine
  5. Poland
  6. Greece

 

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