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2 Hosted by MR. HARDY

3 100 200 400 300 400 Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice 4 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

4 Row 1, Col 1 This was how the reigns of Alexander III and Nicholas II helped make revolution possible. What was they both upheld an autocratic government without reform?

5 1,2 Of the following this was the impact Russias involvement in WWI had on the Russian government: Created a window for the Mensheviks; Established the Duma as voice of moderates; Revealed the weaknesses of czarist rule and military leadership; All the above. What was it revealed the weaknesses of czarist rule and military leadership?

6 1,3 This was how life for Russians changed after the success of the Bolshevik revolution: Education became a public institution; Motherhood no longer considered patriotic duty; Russia organized into several self-governing Republics; All the above What was Russia was organized into several self- governing republics?

7 1,4 One of the following is NOT part of the transformation of the Soviet Union into a totalitarian state: Great Purge; Five- Year Plans; Creation of the first soviets; Or establishment of collective farms. What are the creation of the first soviets?

8 2,1 This was why the Chinese peasants aligned with Communists and not the Nationalist. What was the Communists divided land among the farmers, while the Nationalists ignored them?

9 2,2 This group of people were the victims of the Shanghai Massacre and these people were their murderers. What was Chinese Communists were killed by Chinese Nationalists?

10 2,3 This event in 1937 halted the Chinese civil war. What was Japan launched an all-out invasion of China?

11 2,4 These promises were made to the Indian people in exchange for their service under Britain in WWI. What was that reforms would lead to self-government?

12 3,1 These influences created an Environment for nationalism in Southwest Asia. What was the breakup of the Ottoman Empire and Western interest in the region?

13 3,2 In this country Nationalist lead a successful rebellion against its sultan and then reformed the government with an emphasis on modernization. What was Turkey?

14 3,3 This man was head of the Bolshevik revolution. Who was Vladimir Lenin?

15 3,4 This man was called Father Russia and ruthlessly killed many of his own countrymen. Who was Stalin?

16 4,1 This man is called Father of Modern China. Who was Sun Yixian?

17 4,2 This mans goal was to stage a Communist revolution in China led by peasants. Who was Mao Zedong?

18 4,3 This leader was called Great Soul by his people. Who was Mohandas Gandhi?

19 4,4 This man was the first president Of the new Republic of Turkey. Who was Mustafa Kemal?

20 5,1 This man changed the name of his country from Persia to Iran. Who was Reza Shah Pahlavi?

21 5,2 Beginning a successful to unify Arabia, he renamed the new kingdom Saudi Arabia. Who was Abd al-Aziz Ibn Saud?

22 5,3 This event caused the death of 400 Indians and wounded 1,200 who were unarmed and enclosed in a courtyard. What was the Amritsar Massacre?

23 5,4 To curb dissent, these laws were allowed the government to jail protesters without trial for as long as two years. What were the Rowlatt Laws?

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