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History Final Packet (#200-250)
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Which of the following is NOT a reason England was at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution?
England had an advanced patent system to protect Inventors.
_______ settlers in South Africa were known as Boers.
In 1884 and 1885, 14 _______ nations met at the Berlin Conference to discuss the future of Africa.
The theory of Social Darwinism was used to _______ the actions and beliefs of European imperialists.
The Boer War, which involved guerrilla warfare tactics and the use of concentration camps, was fought between the _______ and the Boers.
By 1914, the Ottoman Empire had
declined to about a third of its greatest size.
The Crimean War was lost by
Muhammad Ali instituted a series of reforms in the military and in the economy of
The Suez Canal was built through the combined efforts of the
French and Egyptians.
In 1907, Russia and Britain agreed to spheres of influence in
The term Raj is used to refer to the period of Indian history during which India was
dominated by Britain.
The sepoys were
All of the following were causes of the Sepoy Mutiny EXCEPT
One result of the Sepoy Mutiny was that
the British government tightened its control over India.
According to Ram Mohun Roy, in order to successfully move towards independence, Indians had to
change some of their cultural and religious practices.
All of the following places were located on the Pacific Rim EXCEPT
The main reason for British colonization of Singapore was to obtain use of its
Queen Liliuokalani was the last monarch of
As a direct result of the Spanish-American War, the United States acquired all of the following EXCEPT
The annexation of Hawaii was pushed by U.S.
Which THREE nations belonged to the Triple Entente?
Great Britain, France, Russia
Which THREE nations belonged to the Triple Alliance?
Germany, Austria-Hungry, Italy
Which nation annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1908?
Which TWO non-Balkan nations competed for dominance of the Balkans?
Which nation greatly regretted its loss of Alsace-Lorraine to Germany in 1870?
Which nation's heir to the throne was assassinated in 1914 by a Serbian nationalist?
Which nation was unified by Otto von Bismarck and later ruled by Kaiser Wilhelm II?
Which nation was the first to declare war in what would come to be called the Great War?
Which of the Great Powers did not have a large army by 1914?
Which nation did Otto von Bismarck believe was the greatest threat to peace in Europe?
_______ army's greatest asset was its numbers.
Because _______ had a huge population but little industry, its army suffered severe shortages of everything but soldiers
Under the Schlieffen Plan, Germany was to focus first on defeating _______.
The battles of the Marne, the Somme, and Verdun were fought on _______ soil.
Although _______ had been part of the Triple Alliance, it refused to join the Central Powers
Trench warfare was the primary form of warfare used _______.
on the Western Front
n the first weeks of the war, the Allied Powers included Great Britain, France, Russia, and _______.
After Russia began mobilizing troops on its western border, _______ declared war on Russia. Two days later, it also declared war on France.
The territory between the trenches was known as "no man's land".
To implement the Schlieffen Plan, Germany had to send troops through
In 1917, Germany returned to its policy of unrestricted submarine warfare, hoping to
bring the United States into the war.
World War I was a ""total war"" in the sense that
the nations involved devoted all their resources to it.
The system of rationing was designed to limit
purchases of consumer goods.
The purpose of propaganda during World War I was to
influence public opinion.
The Zimmermann note, which pushed the United States to enter the war, exposed the German plan to
help Mexico regain U.S. territory.
The armistice signed near Paris in November 1918 brought an end to
World War I.
_______ withdrew from WWI because a revolution brought to power a government that didn't support participation in the war.
_______'s policy of unrestricted submarine warfare resulted in the sinking of U.S. ships.
Which is NOT a reason the U.S. entered the World War I?
German invasion of the U.S.
What role did women NOT play in World War I?
Worked the Front Lines as soldiers
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