#1: How did governments address the issue of fading enthusiasm for the war within their populations?
A. They allowed soldiers more time to visit their families.
B. They promised there would be no more wars.
C. They used newsreels and posters to stir up emotions.
D. They provided extra food and supplies to the civilian population.
**my answer: C
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#2: During World War I, the roles of some civilians changed. Which of the following is an example of this?
A. Many women joined the workforce in jobs they hadn't held before.
B. Men who didn't enlist in the army stayed at home to care for children.
C. Children were required to work in munitions factories after school.
D. Many women were given important jobs in the government.
***my answer; A
is that right??
#3: One result of total war during World War I was a shift toward __________.
A. free market capitalism
B. planned economies
C. social democracy
**my answer: B. planned economies
is that right?