5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cesar Chavez
- Eugene V. Debs
- Nuremburg Trials
- United Nations
- a After the fall of Germany, this event was conducted to expose and convict the leaders of Germany responsible for the war and the crimes committed against allied countries.
- b He not only built the first passenger cars for trains, he built a city around the industrial sites where they were made.
- c This union man looked at capitalism in a different light suggesting that it was not productive for workers and never would be. He promoted more socialistic ideals.
- d He was a latino that unionized migrant farm workers to end exploitation in America's Southwest.
- e This was to be the new organization of countries that would serve as an international peacekeeping body.
5 Multiple choice questions
- It was made up of more than 100 ministers and civil rights leaders and its purpose was "to carry on nonviolent crusades against the evils of second-class citizenship."
- The first city that was destroyed using a nuclear weapon. This military location in Japan ceased to exist on August 6, 1945.
- Taking illegal payments for services made.
- In order to meet the demand for American soldiers, Congress passed this act.
- He was assassinated during the Presidential campaign of 1968. He represented a Democratic ideal of ending the war and peace in our lifetime.
5 True/False questions
Battle of the Bulge → 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.
Rough Riders → A defense department - "strategic defense initiative"; this idea outlines putting military satellites in space.
Carnegie → He was an entrepreneur that revolutionized business practices. As an oil magnate, he came to great wealth later selling his holdings to become one of the great philanthropists.
Speculation → The engagement in risky business transactions, the buying and selling of stocks in the chance of quick or considerable profit.
Tammany Hall → A second site, this city in Japan was also destroyed by an atomic bomb.