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1. May Fourth Movement
2. Amritsar Massacre
3. Long March
4. Pan-African Congresses
5. Rowlatt Acts
A. Series of meetings beginning in 1919, organized by people of African heritage living around the world in hopes of gaining independence for Africa
B. Strikes and protests that swept China in 1919, demanding widespread change
C. Event that convinced many Indians that they must rid themselves of their British rulers
D. 6,000 mile trek through China made by 100,000 Communist supporters and led by Mao Zedong
E. Legislation passed by Britain in 1919 that allowed the British government to deal harshly with opposition in India
2. What major political event in China occurred in 1921 as a result of the people’s desire to strengthen and modernize China?
A. The first Chinese president was elected by democratic vote.
B. The Communist Party of China was formed.
C. The Chinese emperor was overthrown by the Communist Party.
D. The Chinese Civil War began.
3. What accomplishment did Gandhi achieve in the struggle for Indian independence in 1935?
A. Indians were given a limited degree of self-rule by the British Parliament.
B. Britain turned total control of India over to the Indian government.
C. India became a commonwealth.
D. Indians who fought alongside British troops in World War I were formally recognized.
4. What event occurred in 1923 that led Kemal Mustafa to become known as the Father of the
A. Turks won the right to practice their own religion.
B. The Muslim religion became the national religion of Turkey.
C. The Republic of Turkey was established.
D. Turks gained the right to vote in national elections.
5. What event took place in 1922 that served as a victory for nationalism in Africa?
A. Several European colonies in Africa were turned back over to their native people.
B. South Africa became its own country.
C. Britain’s control over Ethiopia ended, and the country was declared an independent nation.
D. Britain’s control over Egypt ended, and the country was declared an independent nation.
6. Which of the following was one of the factors contributing to the stock market crash of 1929?
A. The threat of war
B. Lessened availability of consumer goods
C. An increasing consumer reliance on credit
D. The passing of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act
7. Which of the following best describes how the Great Depression contributed to the rise of totalitarian leaders?
A. The only countries thriving during the Great Depression were those run by totalitarian leaders.
B. Widespread misery led people to trust powerful leaders who promised to fix problems.
C. Totalitarian leaders were chosen because historically they had overcome similar problems.
D. Many politicians became desperate to find a solution to their country’s issues.
8. What was one effect of the Great Depression on the world?
A. Many foreign economies collapsed.
B. The worldwide economic crisis brought many countries together.
C. The United Nations was formed to help struggling countries recover.
D. Many governments became more stable under the stress.
9. Which of the following was NOT a contributing factor in the spread of the Great Depression throughout the United States?
A. Industry slowed
B. Unemployment grew
C. Consumer spending increased
D. The lack of working solutions from the government
10. President Roosevelt attempted to fight the Great Depression with the New Deal. Which of the following was a result of this new program?
A. Strict tariffs were put in place to protect American industry.
B. Faith-based groups were encouraged to open soup kitchens.
C. Government welfare and relief programs were greatly expanded.
D. The federal budget was balanced.
11. President Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act in 1930 in an attempt to bring America out of the Great Depression. What was the result of this legislation?
A. Americans were able to buy more goods and products, and the economy began to rebound.
B. World trade slowed to a standstill.
C. Countries around the world decreased their tariffs on American products.
D. Unemployment rates in the United States dropped.
12. Which best describes Japanese industry in the years following World War I?
A. Many industries experienced a slowdown.
B. Japan’s vast natural resources enabled the country to remain self-sufficient.
C. The number of strikes and labor disputes decreased after the war.
D. Japan’s exports enabled the country to survive economically.
13. Which best describes the foreign policy of the Japanese civilian government after World War I?
A. They began to refuse to honor the requests of other nations.
B. They tried to get nations to turn against one another.
C. They were willing to cooperate with other nations.
D. They were only willing to compromise in dealing with other Asian countries.
14. The nationalist spirit in Japan after Wor