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1. Who was the Japanese ruler who called his reign the "Enlightened Rule"? (1 point) Mutsuhito Ito Hirobumi Kanagawa Meiji 2. _____ arose out of people's awareness of being part of a community with common institutions, traditions, language, and customs. (1 point) Liberalism Capitalism Nationalism Conservatism 3. Pogroms and anti–Semitism in Europe led to all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) emigration of thousands ofJews to the United States. larger populations ofJews in eastern Europe. the growth of Zionism. political parties that endorsed anti–Semitism. 4. Sun Yat–sen founded the Revive China Society and the (1 point) Communist Party. Nationalist Party. Anti–European Party. Continental Party. 5. The Red secret police, known as the Cheka, began (1 point) infiltrating the governments of Russia's enemies as spies. to plot against Lenin almost immediately after he came to power. to restore order to Russia after years of civil war. a Red Terror campaign to destroy all those who opposed the new regime. 6. The concept of total war means that (1 point) troops and supplies were rapidly assembled. soldiers were drafted. the influence of military leaders grew. it involved a complete mobilization of resources and people. 7. In an attempt to end Russia's involvement in the war, Lenin (1 point) seized the Winter Palace and overthrew the Russian government. signed the Treaty of Brest–Litovsk with Germany, which gave up much Russian territory. united the Soviets under the Bolshevik party. called a generalstrike that shut down allfactories in Petrograd on March 10. 8. The Treaty of Versailles was (1 point) a peace settlement that consisted of five separate treaties with the defeated nations. forced upon Austria, and gave some of its land to the new state of Poland. the treaty signed with Germany that many Germans felt was a harsh peace. a defensive alliance between Great Britain, France, and the United States. 9. Dadaists were artists who (1 point) were ordered by Hitler to create pro–Nazi, pro–Germany works of public art. tried to express in their art their revulsion for what they saw as the insanity of life. separated everyday objects from their normal contexts. thought modern art was degenerate. 10. Quickly turned the USSR from an agricultural to an industrial economy was (1 point) the main goal of the Red Army. a plan known as the Politburo. Stalin's Five Year Plans. a plan that had widespread peasant support. 11. Who led the Spanish military in a revolt against the democratic government? (1 point) Richard Blaine Francisco Franco Benito Mussolini Leon Trotsky 12. Mao Zedong led the _____ on the Long March. (1 point) Nationalist Party People's Liberation Army New Life Movement People's Republic Army of China 13. What type of government was most prevalent in the nations ofsoutheastern Europe? (1 point) authoritarian democratic Fascist republican 14. Great Britain's policy of _____ toward Germany was based on the belief that the satisfaction of reasonable demands would maintain peace in Europe. (1 point) firm resistance detente appeasement Anschluss 15. Two days after Hitler's invasion of _____, Britain and France declared war on Germany. (1 point) Poland Austria France Slovakia 16. Hitler's form of attack that used tank divisions supported by air attacks was called (1 point) blitzkrieg. panzer. phony war. Luftwaffe. 17. The turning point of the war in the Pacific occurred at (1 point) Pearl Harbor. the Battle of Iwo Jima. the Battle of Midway Island. the Solomon Islands. 18. German use ofsubmarines to blockade Britain during World War I led to (1 point) a German victory. trench warfare. a war of attrition. the United States entering the war. 19. A factor in leading many Germans to accept Hitler and the Nazis was (1 point) Hitler's abolition of the Reichstag. the regime's temporary suspension of all crime for four years. the Catholic Church's support of the new regime. the belief that Hitler had ended Germany's economic depression. 20. Laws excluding Jews from German citizenship were called (1 point) "Nurmeburg laws." Schutzstaf eln laws. Lebensraum. Kraft durch Freude. 21. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese (1 point) launched a full–scale invasion of Southern China. attacked the British colony on the Bataan Peninsula. launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor. invaded Alaska. 22. One of the many nonviolent acts of Mohandas Gandhi was (1 point) the Balfour Declaration. the Triumph of the Will. OVRA. the Salt March. 23. Establishing _____ by January 1, 2002, was one of the European Union's first goals. (1 point) a common European import tax a common European currency a common language a unified European military 24. Which book led to the movement to protect the environment? (1 point) Silent Spring A Wild Sheep Chase Little Red Book One Hundred Years of Solitude 25. Which view does Pan–Africanism promote? (1 point) African nations should enter a common treaty alliance. African nations should share a common language. African nations should adopt western–style capitalist economic systems. Black Africans share a common identity. 26. "Green Revolution"means (1 point) the development of new virtualstrains of grains that do not require chemicalfertilizers. the development of new strains of grains that have higher yields. the deforestation of rain forest areas to create new farmlands. the development of new strains of grains that do not require pesticides. 27. Serbia refused to allow _____ to remain an autonomous province after its war with Bosnia, and newtensions between the two arose. (1 point) Herzegovia Kosovo Greece Croatia 28. As Gorbachev sought to reform the Soviet Union, one of the most serious problems he faced was (1 point) ongoing tensions between the leaders of the Warsaw Pact nations. Russia's Silent Spring. the multiethnic nature of the Soviet Union. the ongoing war in Pakistan. 29. Iran and Iraq tensions are fueled by (1 point) disagreements over the use of OPEC funds. disagreements about U.S.–Arab relations. disputes over territory. disputes over the sovereignty of Kashmir. 30. Increasing demand for _____ leads to deforestation. (1 point) raw materials to produce shoes new sources of oil new sources of chemicalfertilizer new farmlands 31. In November 1917, the _____ stated Britain's intention to make Palestine the national home of the Jews. (1 point) Balfour Declaration Lawrence Doctrine ChurchillReport McPherson Papers 32. An oligarchy is a (1 point) country that claims to be a republic, but is actually ruled by a zaibatsu. system in which society owns the means of production. government in which a select few exercise control. government that glorifies the state above the individual. 33. _____ sought to create national art that would portray Mexico's past, as well as Mexican festivals and folk customs. (1 point) Gabriel Garcia Marquez Lázarao Cárdenas Diego Rivera Getúlio Vargas 34. Which of the following Middle Eastern countries had the most oil–producing areas? (1 point) Iraq Iran Trans–Jordan Saudi Arabia 35. U.S. fears about the spread of communism were increased when _____ because a Communist nation in 1949. (1 point) South Korea China East Germany Yugoslavia 36. The Warsaw Pact sought to (1 point) provide economic assistance to Polish Jews after World War II. prevent Soviet expansion into Poland and Denmark. create a military alliance between the Soviet Union and various Eastern European nations. create a plan for the reduction of nuclear weapons in Europe. 37. Which country on the map produced almost half as much oil as Saudi Arabia? (1 point) Iraq Iran Kuwait United Arab Emirates 38. The Tiananmen Square demonstrations involved (1 point) students who sought the resignation of Communist party leaders. agricultural workers who demanded more control of their families. Communist party officials who demanded the resignation of Deng Xiaoping. factory workers who demanded better educational opportunites. 39. Some scientists have warned that the release of chlorofluorocarbons into the atmosphere may impact (1 point) deforestation. the ozone layer. the greenhouse effect. the surface of the moon. 40. After World War II, African and Asian leaders identified _____ as the defining theme of their new political cultures. (1 point) democracy communism industrialization one–party rule
If you want help please post each question separately
Okay but how, like post it in groups of 10?
No 1 question a post
oh, I guess will it work?
Yes people are more inclined to answer one question at a time instead of 50. People want badges for each answer and the best response as well so doing them all at once is useless for many users.
ph okay well i'll do that
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are these actually correct?
Yeah, Every single one of them.