5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Weimar Republic
- Collective Security
- a An approach to international relations based on practical self-interest rather than moral or ideological considerations.
- b a system for international peace
- c The principle that countries should be established according to the wishes of the people concerned. The aspiration of racial groups sharing territory, language, or religion to form their own national state.
- d A desire to recover former territory.
- e Germany after the war.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The difference in value between the total exports and total imports of a country during a specific period of time.
- combination of geographic, demographic, and political factors in any society or state.
- A cheque bearing a signature but no stated amount.
- This is article 231 of the Treaty of Versailles in which Germany agreed to accept full responsibility for the outbreak of the First World War.
- An alliance of Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Romania in 1921 to safeguard their new independence from other central European states such as Bulgaria and Poland. France tried to develop this into a counter-balance to German power.
5 True/False Questions
Diktat → Any of the territories under the trusteeship of the League of Nations administered by one of its member states.
Total war → An article from the Covenant of the League under which members of the League agreed to use their power to resist aggression wherever it might occur. This is also known as the collective security clause.
Polish Corridor → A strip of territory forming part of the new Polish state created in the Versailles settlements. This territory divided Germany into two parts and fuelled German hatred of Versailles and Poland.
Bolshevism → A desire to recover former territory.
League of Nations → Payments made by a defeated country to the victorious countries as compensation for war damages and punishment for aggression.