5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Significance of propaganda
- Alexander Kerensky
- a homefront, soldiers, how it changes from the beggining of the war till the end (it'll only take six weeks, come fight for your country and live to be 90...your country need you if your really ______ then you will fight."
- b a group of "revolutionaries" that are under Lenin. They eventually become the high class of Russia.
- c its significance is it is a piece of land between France and Germany that has been fought over for a very long time. it has kept switching between German and French control.
- d a brit and french offensive against the ottoman empire on the Gallipoli peninsula. The offensive was designed to capture the Ottoman capital, Constantinople, however it failed and ended up causing high casualties on both sides.
- e was a major political power before and during the Russian Revolution. He was the second prime minister of the Russian Provisional government until Lenin was elected.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a battle in the beginning of WWI between Germany and Russia. Russia's second army was almost completely obliterated along with its first. It really took place in Allenstein, although due to German ideology about the Teutonic Knights being defeated, and now this is a comeback.
- the land between trenches.
- usually a buildup of naval forces to block, ships, troops, supplies, etc. from moving on the sea.
- a strong buildup of the military.
5 True/False questions
League of Nations → a league where the nations of Europe, their colonies, etc. meet to discuss problems between their country, and overall to keep peace in Europe.
Mensheviks → Martov, who was in league with Lenin had a dispute with lenin, and due to that formed the Mensheviks who became a minority, and broke off from the Bolsheviks.
Treaty of Versailles → a league where the nations of Europe, their colonies, etc. meet to discuss problems between their country, and overall to keep peace in Europe.
Central Powers → where all of the country is invested in warfare...its economy, politics, citizens on the home front, food, general supplies, any company, and whatever a country can produce goes towards war.
Arch-Duke Franz Ferdinand → Germany's military plan at the outbreak of World War I, according to which German troops would rapidly defeat France and then move east to attack Russia.