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1. What was an economic impact that Japan experienced after World War I?

A) The demand for Japanese products rose around the world, and industry began to grow.

B) Many Japanese industries experienced slowdowns and laid off workers.

C) Japan’s agriculture began to catch up with the growth experienced in the manufacturing industry.

D) Japan began importing goods from Western countries, which reduced demand for their own goods.

2. The rise of Kemal Atatürk brought about what changes in Turkey?

A) Fighting against British rule

B) Honoring of requests of Allied Powers after World War I

C) A completely secular government

D) Seeking the creation of a religious nation

3. One of the causes of the stock market crash was

A) buying stock on credit or buying on the margin.

B) investments in foreign companies that failed after World War I.

C) setting of stock prices at reasonable levels, so more people could afford to buy stock.

D) record prices for food, clothing, and fuel.

4. Identify one or more choices that best complete the statement or answers the question. Some questions may have more than one correct answer.

Which African country or countries gained their independence from their colonial rulers in the interwar years?

A) Persia

B) Egypt

C) Ethiopia

D) Belgian Congo

5. Which event in the 1920s caused many Japanese people to question their government’s foreign policy with the West?

A) The United States barred Japanese immigration.

B) Japan lost territory as a result of the Treaty of Versailles.

C) The Japanese military demanded final approval of all government decisions.

D) China won several small skirmishes on the border with Korea.

6. Which of the following leaders supported the Bolshevik cause?

A) Mussolini

B) Stalin

C) Hitler

D) Roosevelt

7. What were some effects of the Great Depression?

A) Buying stocks on the margin

B) Rise of totalitarian leaders

C) World trade slowed

D) Heavy taxes were placed on imported goods

8. What important event took place in the Middle East around 1921 that contributed to the Arab-Israeli conflict?

A) The Arab nationalists rebelled against and defeated the Ottoman Empire.

B) Tens of thousands of Jews and Arabs migrated to Palestine.

C) The British installed Jewish government leaders in Transjordan and Iraq.

D) The British and French governments issued a plan to divide Palestine based on the existing population of each group currently living there.

9. How did Joseph Stalin punish Ukrainians who resisted collectivization?

A) He sent Ukrainian adult males to the Gulag.

B) He labeled them as enemies of the people.

C) He took away their land.

D) He withheld food aid during a famine.

10. The Great Depression caused massive inflation, making the currency worthless in

A) Russia.

B) Japan.

C) Germany.

D) United States.

11. What was Mao Zedong’s search for a safe place for Chinese Communists called?

A) the Salt March

B) the Long March

C) the May Fourth Movement

D) Manchuria/Manchuko

12. Which of the following resulted in the spread and deepening of the Great Depression?

A) the Nuremberg Laws

B) the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act

C) the Manchurian Incident

D) the New Deal

13. Japan proposed the creation of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere in 1940 because

A) the nation was threatened by western imperialism.

B) China was too big to conquer, and Southeast Asia was rich in natural resources.

C) the League of Nations had censured their actions in Nanjing.

D) China had allied with the Soviet Union.

14. Which of the following dictators invaded Ethiopia to expand military might?

A) Mussolini

B) Lenin

C) Stalin

D) Hitler

15. Which of the following dictators were fascist?

A) Mussolini

B) Lenin

C) Stalin

D) Hitler

16. What event stirred nationalist feelings in India, leading Gandhi to organize protests?

A) the Balfour Declaration

B) the Bengal Incident

C) the Amritsar Massacre

D) the Treaty of Sèvres

17. Africans’ frustrations at the actions of the European powers after World War I led them to seek greater independence through

A) the treaty of Sèvres.

B) the Pan-African Congress.

C) the League of Nations.

D) the African Union.

18. A key component of Hitler’s Germany was the belief in

A) the Rosenberg Laws.

B) communism.

C) anti-Semitism.

D) the Balfour Declaration.

19. Hitler wanted to transform German Society into

A) a mighty German empire of Aryan people.

B) a modern industrialized country.

C) a classless society run by working people.

D) a peaceful, moral society based on service to the greater good.

20. Franklin Delano Roosevelt fought the Great Depression

A) with a government program known as the New Deal.

B) by increasing production of military weapons and equipment.

C) by buying up stocks at pre-October 1929 prices.

D) by heavily taxing imported goods.

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    1. What was an economic impact that Japan experienced after World War I?

    A) The demand for Japanese products rose around the world, and industry began to grow.

    2. The rise of Kemal Atatürk brought about what changes in Turkey?

    C) A completely secular government

    3. One of the causes of the stock market crash was

    D) record prices for food, clothing, and fuel.

    Which African country or countries gained their independence from their colonial rulers in the interwar years?

    B) Egypt

    5. Which event in the 1920s caused many Japanese people to question their government’s foreign policy with the West?

    A) The United States barred Japanese immigration.

    6. Which of the following leaders supported the Bolshevik cause?

    B) Stalin

    7. What were some effects of the Great Depression?

    B) Rise of totalitarian leaders

    C) World trade slowed

    Both these answers are correct

    8. What important event took place in the Middle East around 1921 that contributed to the Arab-Israeli conflict?

    D) The British and French governments issued a plan to divide Palestine based on the existing population of each group currently living there.

    9. How did Joseph Stalin punish Ukrainians who resisted collectivisation?

    B) He labeled them as enemies of the people.

    C) He took away their land.

    D) He withheld food aid during a famine.

    To some extent all are correct,except A - your teacher expects D.

    10. The Great Depression caused massive inflation, making the currency worthless in

    C) Germany.

    11. What was Mao Zedong’s search for a safe place for Chinese Communists called?

    B) the Long March

    12. Which of the following resulted in the spread and deepening of the Great Depression?

    B) the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act

    13. Japan proposed the creation of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere in 1940 because

    A) the country was threatened by western imperialism.

    14. Which of the following dictators invaded Ethiopia (it was called Abyssinia at the time) to expand military might?

    A) Mussolini

    15. Which of the following dictators were fascist?

    A) Mussolini (Mussolini's political party was called the Fascist Party)

    D) Hitler (Nazism is a form of Fascism)

    16. What event stirred nationalist feelings in India, leading Gandhi to organise protests?

    C) the Amritsar Massacre

    17. Africans’ frustrations at the actions of the European powers after World War I led them to seek greater independence through

    B) the Pan-African Congress.

    18. A key component of Hitler’s Germany was the belief in

    C) anti-Semitism.

    19. Hitler wanted to transform German Society into

    A) a mighty German empire of Aryan people.

    20. Franklin Delano Roosevelt fought the Great Depression

    A) with a government programme known as the New Deal.

    None of these is difficult, you should use wikipedia

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  • Laura
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    4 years ago

    Yes to a certain extent - Each of us have a sort of unique KEY called genes. Our genes hold different keys that determine certain things we will go through (health, personality, etc) Tis explains why some people are more violent than others, why some people have a lot of bad vibes and why some people have bad health despite eating well and exercizing - Our genes will determine a lot of things in life - scientists have not decoded it 100% and I wonder even if our genes hold the key as to how long we will live.... I do think we have a certain destiny - and if you attempt to change it, there will be counter measures - Example - If on a specific day you were supposed to be in a car accident and that day decide NOT to take your car, you will perhaps die in a fire or another tragic event - certain things in life you can change but about 80% can't be!

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