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5 Matching questions

  1. Buying on Margin
  2. Mussolini
  3. Nagasaki
  4. Battle of the Bulge
  5. Marshall plan
  1. a A second site, this city in Japan was also destroyed by an atomic bomb.
  2. b Germany's last counter offensive. This military drive broke through American lines. Lasting for a month, Germany retreated finally as the battle was carried to Berlin.
  3. c This plan proposed that the U.S. should give aid to all European countries that needed it.
  4. d Paying a small percentage of a stock's price as a down payment and borrowing the rest.
  5. e He was the leader of Italy during WWII. He formed a Nazi party and preferred to be called "el duce."

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Moderate, mainstream Americans who quietly supported the President's strategy.
  2. This court case stated that the Constitution opposed political and economic discrimination of all men, but said nothing about their social segregation.
  3. This act passed by Congress, gave the federal government the power and authority to regulate railroad activities.
  4. In order to meet the demand for American soldiers, Congress passed this act.
  5. This bill passed by Congress provided education and training for veterans. Over half of the returning soldiers attended college and technical schools under this bill.

5 True/False questions

  1. Adolf HitlerHe was the leader of the Nazi party and Germany itself during WWII. His name is associated with all evil.


  2. BlitzkriegGermany's military strategy during WWII or lightening war.


  3. WatergateA political scandal that centered on the cover-up of a burglary at the Democratic National Headquarters.


  4. PerestroikaA Russian term that referred to the reconstructing of the Soviet economic and political elements in Soviet society.


  5. Progressive MovementA reform movement of the late 1800s that stressed returning control of the government to the people, restoring economic opportunities, and correcting the injustices of American life.