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Directions for Matching: Match the leader, or term with their country of service, or definition. (1 point each) Set One: WWI Key People (5 points) _____ 1. W. Wilson A. United Kingdom _____ 2. G. Clemenceau B. Soviet Union _____ 3. V.I. Lenin C. France _____ 4. D. Lloyd George D. United States of America _____ 5. F. Ferdinand E. Austria-Hungary Set Two: WWII Key People (5 points) _____ 6. W. Churchill A. Italy _____7. B. Mussolini B. Soviet Union _____ 8. A. Hitler C. Germany _____ 9. F.D. Roosevelt D. United Kingdom _____ 10. J. Stalin E. United States of America Set Three: Key Terms (5 points) _____ 11. Total War A. “Lightening War,” used by Germans in WWII _____ 12. Appeasement B. complete mobilization of resources and of all people _____13. Holocaust C. fighting from ditches, protected by barbed wire _____ 14. Blitzkrieg D. organized persecution of Jewish and non-Aryan populations _____ 15. Trench Warfare E. Meeting the demands of aggressive powers in order to maintain peace
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We are here to help you with questions you may be having and not to answer your tests... Sorry :(.
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I can help you with set two.

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you are allowed to help just no direct answers please.
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It is asking what nation each person was in charge of. I'll give an example. Say it said George Washington, he would be in charge of the United States of America. What Nation was Winston Churchill in charge of during World War II?(Is this ok scriptradio?)
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a little close but it'll pass because it still requires the person to read not just see "A" or "B" @Arawn12
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nice work everyone medal exchange Arawn?
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How do I give a medal?
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press best answer in the top right of my message box
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nice work and just keep in mind do not answer a question directly...
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@anna0424 You know who Hitler is?
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16. “We had two SS doctors on duty at Auschwitz to examine the incoming transports of prisoners. The prisoners would be marched by one of the doctors who would make spot decisions as they walked by. Those who were fit for work were sent into the camp. Others were sent immediately to the extermination plants. Children of tender years were invariably exterminated since by reason of their youth they were unable to work… At Auschwitz we fooled the victims into thinking that they were to go through a delousing process. Frequently they realized our true intentions and we sometimes had riots and difficulties due to that fact.”-Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, vol. 6, 1946 According to the passage, why were children of “tender years” sent to the extermination plants right away? (1 point) A. They were sick. B. They were not old enough to be capable to work. C. They kept them separate from the adults anyways. D. They did not want them to cause a riot. 17. “After a few minutes huddling there, some hundreds of men began again to flow forward. By this time, in the light that streamed out of the Winter Palace window, I could see that the first two or three hundred men were Red Guards [revolutionaries], with only a few scattered soldiers. Over the barricade of firewood we clambered, and leaping down inside gave a triumphant shout as we stumbled on a heap of rifles thrown down by the guards who had stood there. On both sides of the main gateway the doors stood wide open, and fro the huge pile came not the slightest sound.”-Eyewitness to History, John Carey, ed., 1987 According to the passage, what event are they describing? (1 point) A. Great Depression B. Spanish Civil War C. Russian Revolution
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Do you still need help with set three?
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yea
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Do you know the definition of Blitzkrieg?
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no
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"War conducted with great speed and force; specifically : a violent surprise offensive by massed air forces and mechanized ground forces in close coordination" Also know as "A German term for “lightning war,”
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So for 14 what answer sound like Blitzkrieg?
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Correct.
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can u help me with the rest? @Arawn12
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Sure, for 15 "trench warfare" Do you know what a trench is?
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no
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A trench is a long, narrow ditch.
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so c ???
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Yes.
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For question 12. Do you know the definition of Appeasement?
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the action or process of appeasing.
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Correct, this definition might also help, "Appeasement in a political context is a diplomatic policy of making political or material concessions to an enemy power in order to avoid conflict"
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Which one sounds like these definitions?
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e??
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Yes.
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is 13 d?
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Also correct.
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can u help me with the first set?
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Sure, have you heard of any of the people that are listed?
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no
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Ok, then lest start with 5. Franz Ferdinand he was the Archduke of Austria, before he was assassinated on 28th of June 1914.
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e??
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Yes.
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Lets do David Lloyd George he was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, he severed from 6 December 1916 – 19 October 1922.
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a??
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Correct.
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I don't know much about Vladimir Lenin but, he was Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet Union from 30th of December 1922 – 21st of January 1924
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b
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Correct.
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Georges Clemenceau was Prime Minister of France from the 16th of November 1917 to the 20th of January 1920. And Woodrow Wilson of course was the 28th President of the United States from March 4th, 1913 to March 4th, 1921
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okay i have 10 more do u think u can help?
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I'll do my best to help you.
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okay thank you!
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Reading Passages 16. “We had two SS doctors on duty at Auschwitz to examine the incoming transports of prisoners. The prisoners would be marched by one of the doctors who would make spot decisions as they walked by. Those who were fit for work were sent into the camp. Others were sent immediately to the extermination plants. Children of tender years were invariably exterminated since by reason of their youth they were unable to work… At Auschwitz we fooled the victims into thinking that they were to go through a delousing process. Frequently they realized our true intentions and we sometimes had riots and difficulties due to that fact.”-Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, vol. 6, 1946 According to the passage, why were children of “tender years” sent to the extermination plants right away? (1 point) A. They were sick. B. They were not old enough to be capable to work. C. They kept them separate from the adults anyways. D. They did not want them to cause a riot. 17. “After a few minutes huddling there, some hundreds of men began again to flow forward. By this time, in the light that streamed out of the Winter Palace window, I could see that the first two or three hundred men were Red Guards [revolutionaries], with only a few scattered soldiers. Over the barricade of firewood we clambered, and leaping down inside gave a triumphant shout as we stumbled on a heap of rifles thrown down by the guards who had stood there. On both sides of the main gateway the doors stood wide open, and fro the huge pile came not the slightest sound.”-Eyewitness to History, John Carey, ed., 1987 According to the passage, what event are they describing? (1 point) A. Great Depression B. Spanish Civil War C. Russian Revolution
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Directions: Using the maps, please respond to questions 18-20. 18. List THREE original members of the Triple Entente. (3 points) A. B. C. 19. Name TWO nations in Eastern Europe that were considered to be under Soviet influence after World War II. (2 points) A. B. 20. Name TWO NEW countries that exist after World War II, but not during World War I? (2 points) A. B.
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@anna0424 (sorry for the delay, was looking at my math test.) For 18 look at your map the Triple Alliance are in teal, what three nation in the teal?
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Austria-Hungary Italy germany??
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Correct.
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For 19 which two country's are now under Soviet influence, that weren't before World War II
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is ireland one?
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Soviet influence is Red
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poland?
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I would say so.
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czechoslovakia?
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I'd say so as well.
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For 20 what two new countries to you see appear after World War 2.
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ireland?
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portugal?
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From my knowledge Ireland and Portugal existed before World war 2 ( Portugal was founded on June 24th, 1128) look eastwards like Turkey. It was founded on the 29th of October 1923, World War ended on November 11, 1918. So it existed after World war 2 but not before World War 1
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soo turkey & russia
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I have a question for you, you question says Name TWO NEW countries that exist after World War II, but not during World War I? Does "exist after World War 2 mean it was founded after World War 2, or does it mean a country that was still around after World War 2.
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yugoslavia??
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I'm not saying that you were wrong, I just don't full understand the question
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As for Russia, Soviet Union would be a better choice because the USSR was founded on 1922 which is after World War 1. and still existed after World War 2.
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it means found after?
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Id go with Turkey and the USSR
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thank you!!
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Short Answer Questions: Directions: ANSWER 2 of the 5 short answer questions. You may use your text book to formulate your short answer essay responses, therefore, be sure to provide supporting details and examples in your answer with at least 3-5 complete sentences. 6 points each 21. Explain at least two conditions in the Treaty of Versailles (treaty that ended World War I) which contributed to the causes of World War II. (See pages 523-526.) ANSWER: 22. Explain the conflict between Nationalists and Communists in China. [Who were the leaders and what did each side believe.] What event(s) caused the two sides to cooperate? And what is the final outcome in their struggle against each other? (See pages 575-579) ANSWER: 23. What was the Balfour Declaration? How did this declaration influence the geography of the Middle East? (See page 567) ANSWER: 24. Discuss the course of the Indian Independence Movement. What historical figure(s) helped in this movement? Define the term Civil Disobedience in your answer. (See pages 562, 570-571) ANSWER: 25. How did World War II affect the world balance of powers? What nations emerged from the war as world powers? Explain your answer. (See pages 616-618) ANSWER:
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I wont be able to help you with these questions(21-25) because i don't have your book.
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okay well thank you for all the help!! wat math are u in??
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Algebra 2
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And Welcome
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are u good at algebra1??
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okay heres the other one _____ 1. N. Khrushchev A. India _____ 2. N. Mandela B. South Africa _____ 3. Ho Chi Minh C. United States of America _____ 4. L. B. Johnson D. Soviet Union _____ 5. J. Nehru E. Vietnam Set Two: Organizations (5 points) _____ 6. OAS (Organization of American States) A. India _____7. INC (Indian National Congress) B. France _____ 8. EEC (European Economic Community) C. Saudi Arabia _____ 9. UAR (United Arab Republic) D. South Africa _____ 10. ANC (African National Congress) E. Mexico Set Three: Vocabulary (5 points) _____ 11. apartheid A. to prohibit trade with a nation _____ 12. deforestation B. group of nations with a common purpose _____13. domino theory C. racial segregation _____ 14. Embargo D. clearing of woodlands _____ 15. Bloc E. idea that if one nation falls to communism, neighboring countries will as well
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@patricialarios _____ 1. N. Khrushchev A. India _____ 2. N. Mandela B. South Africa _____ 3. Ho Chi Minh C. United States of America _____ 4. L. B. Johnson D. Soviet Union _____ 5. J. Nehru E. Vietnam
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It is policy and if u continue with it you will be banned from this site.
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and who are you? @patricialarios
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My name is patricia.
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it shouldnt be complicated just close this question and open a new one
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can u just mind ur business? bye!! @patricialarios
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Im sorry its just my duty as moderator. Thanks for closing question. HAve a good day :)

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