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    (HC)After the Franco-Prussian War, why did Germany start to build up its military? Germany wanted to invade Italy to unite Germans living within Italy. Germany wanted to annex Belgium to unite Germans living in Belgium. Germany feared that Great Britain would form an alliance with France. Germany feared that France wanted to recapture Alsace and Lorraine. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 2 (Worth 5 points) (MC)How did nationalism play a role in sparking World War I? Serbia gained independence from the Ottoman Empire. Serbians wanted to unite with Serbians in Austria-Hungary. Belgians in Belgium wanted to unite with Belgians in Germany. Belgians held off German troops for two weeks. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 3 (Worth 5 points) (MC)Which of the following does not help explain why a small conflict in the Balkans spread to all of Europe? Many of the European powers had signed treaties requiring them to defend each other. Slavs wanted to unite with other Slavs no matter which country they were living in. Germany's plan for war with Russia required launching an attack on France first. All of the major powers had strong military forces and were prepared to use them. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 4 (Worth 5 points) (MC)Which of the following was directly caused by Germany's attack on Belgium? Russia mobilized its troops for war. Germany declared war on Russia and France. Britain declared war on Germany. Germany attacked Luxembourg. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 5 (Worth 5 points) (MC)Use the following cartoon to answer the question below: Political Cartoon. Leaders from each of the Great Powers are sitting on a large pot with Balkan Troubles written on it. The pot is bubbling over and is ready to burst and push the Great Powers off while they are fighting to keep the lid on the pot. Public Domain What aspect of the situation in Europe does this cartoon illustrate? the Great Powers competing with each other for control of the Balkans the Great Powers heading for war in the Balkans because of their alliances the Great Powers trying to prevent unrest in the Balkans from becoming war the Great Powers forming alliances in response to unrest in the Balkans Points earned on this question: 5 Question 6 (Worth 5 points) (MC)How did militarism play a role in sparking World War I? Each of the major powers considered itself superior to the others. Each of the major powers considered its military strength superior to others. All of the major powers considered war to be part of a valid foreign policy. All major powers believed they could threaten war and none would call their bluff. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 7 (Worth 5 points) (MC)Which of the following is an example of how nationalism played a role in sparking World War I? Serbs in Germany wanted to help Serbs in Serbia. Serbs in Russia wanted to help Serbs in Serbia. Slavs in Russia wanted to help Slavs in Serbia. Slavs in Germany wanted to help Slavs in Austria-Hungary. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 8 (Worth 5 points) (LC)The Triple Entente, also known as the Allies, consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy France, Great Britain, and Italy France, Great Britain, and Russia Points earned on this question: 5

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