5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lyndon Johnson
- Battle of the Bulge
- Pulitzer and Hearst
- Kent State Disaster
- Yalta Conference
- a In February 1945, Roosevelt met with Churchill and Stalin at a city on the Black Sea. Here the leaders made important decisions about the future of peace in Europe.
- b The U.S. President that grew up in Texas and won his election in 1964.
- c 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.
- d A college incident that left students dead as they marched in protest to the Vietnam War.
- e These two newspaper men captured the reading publics' imaginations in the late 1800s by publishing the largest circulation newspapers in the U.S.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Paying a small percentage of a stock's price as a down payment and borrowing the rest.
- A 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.
- He was not supposed to become President. But as the Vice President under McKinley he became President when McKinley was elected.
- Germany's military strategy during WWII or lightening war.
- Nixon's plan to distribute a portion of federal power to state and local governments.
5 True/False questions
Winston Churchill → The leader of Great Britain during WWII; famous for the iron curtain speech.
Monopoly → The day allied forces invaded the coast of Normandy as it began the final defeat of Hitler.
Rockefeller → A vote on bills started by the people.
Bill Clinton → This was Wilson's plan for peace in Europe. Meeting in Paris with other world leaders, Wilson outlined a number of actions that the world should take in order to ensure peace then and in the future.
Boss Tweed → In 1871, this political boss and his organization pocketed 200 million dollars from New York City.