anonymous
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#1: What is the best definition of a superpower? A. a country that has a great abundance of nuclear weapons B. a country that produces extraordinary quantities of oil C. a country that influences events with its military and economic power D,. a country that produces very large quantities of electrical power **my answer; C is that right? @Captain_Page_Turner :)
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anonymous
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LOL my badd.. i posted in the wrong section!!! HAHAA
anonymous
  • anonymous
#2: What was the basic reason for the Cold War? A. There was fear and mistrust between the Western Allies and the Soviet Union. B. The Soviets had shot down the missiles in Cuba. C. The United States had provided aid to Greece and Turkey that kept the Soviet Union from obtaining the warm water ports they needed. D. Western nations were trying to claim all of the land above the Arctic Circle. **ym answer: A is that right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
1) (C) sounds good to me. As an example, the United States best fits that example with a massive military and is the largest economy in the world today.

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anonymous
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awesome! :)
anonymous
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2) Good job! (A) is right. Stalin didn't trust the West completely, even during WW2 when they were allies and that eventually spilled over into suspicion after the war. The West's relationship with the USSR deteriorated rapidly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yay! thanks!! do u think i can post the rest on here as well?!
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Let's see what you have. You're doing great so far!
anonymous
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okay! :) #3: Why did the Soviets think that Western nations might invade the Soviet Union after World War II? A. Western nations demanded control of the oil that had been found in the Soviet Union. B. The West threatened to retaliate because the Soviet Union controlled East Germany. C. The Soviet Union had been invaded by Napoleon and the Germans. D. Soviet surveillance airplanes had discovered French troops amassing near the Polish border. **my answer: C is that right? #4: Which of the following was not one of the goals of the Marshall Plan? A. to help Europe rebuild B. to stop the spread of communism C. to make Europe the most powerful continent D. to build strong trading partners for the United States **ym answer: C is that right?
anonymous
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#5: NATO was formed in 1949. What was the main goal of its members? A. to enrich the nations of the North Atlantic B. to help defend each other if they were attacked C. to devote all available resources to restore Europe D. to airlift food, fuel, and other supplies to West Berlin **my answer; B is that right?
anonymous
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#6: To become a democratic nation after World War II, Japan took all of the following steps except __________. A. putting its military leaders on trial for war crimes B. writing a new constitution C. setting up a parliamentary government D,. establishing its right to make war and maintain a military **yma nswer: D is that right? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
my answer is c
anonymous
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#7: Who was the commander of the occupation forces in Japan? A. Mao Zedong B. Nikita Khrushchev C. Douglas MacArthur D. George Marshall ***my answer: C is that correct?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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wait no
anonymous
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#8: How did China become a communist nation? A. The communists were elected. B. The communists gained control after a long civil war. C. The communists gained control in a swift coup d'├ętat. D. The emperor appointed a communist prime minister. **my answer: B is that right?
anonymous
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#9: What were the results of the Korean War? A. The communist government won control of the entire Korean Peninsula. B. The democratic government won control of the entire Korean Peninsula. C. The democratic government controlled North Korea and the communist government controlled South Korea. D. The communist government controlled North Korea and the democratic government controlled South Korea. **ym answer: D is that right?
anonymous
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#10: Why didn't the United States and its Western allies stop the construction of the Berlin Wall or the repression of the Hungarian Revolution? A. They knew they would be overpowered. B. They did not want to provoke the Soviet Union, and the areas were already communist. C. They thought the Soviet Union would back down anyway. D. They thought they could gain more freedoms through diplomatic negotiations. **mya nswer: B is that right?
anonymous
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3) This one is a little tricky. I'd probably say that (C) is a good guess based on what the Soviets went through in history. They were invaded by Western powers that ravaged their lands, so one of the reasons they wanted to create buffer states in Eastern Europe was to protect themselves from any future invasion. That one of the reasons why Stalin and the Red Army gobbled up as much territory as they could in WW2 -- not only to expand their sphere of influence but to armor themselves against the West. 4) I'm confident with (C), also. All of the reasons are valid, but the Marshall Plan didn't explicitly say "to make Europe all powerful". That was a side effect from the successful rebuilding programs initiated by it, though. 5) (B) makes sense. NATO is primarily a military alliance. 6) (D) makes sense, also. Even today, Japan doesn't have it's own "military" the way that nations like the United States or Russia do -- they have something called the "Japan Self Defense Force" which is primarily concerned with protecting Japan. It might as well be their military, though, as some people debate today. 7) (C) is also right. MacArthur was the overall commander in Japan and headed its reconstruction efforts. Marshall is known as the guy behind the Marshall Plan. Mao Zedong and Nikita Khruschev were both Communist leaders. 8) You're on a roll! Good job. (B) is absolutely right. Mao Zedong and his Communists drove the Nationalists out of China and established their government on the mainland while Chang Kai Shek and his group fled to Taiwan and did the same there. 9) You know your stuff! (D) is the best answer for this one, so great job. :) 10) (B) is the answer that makes the most sense here. I agree with that one! Wow, great job! Even without me checking your answers, I'd say that you did a great job on your own picking the right answers.
anonymous
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awesome!! THANK you soooo much!!!! :)
anonymous
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You're welcome! Glad I could help.
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:)

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