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World History Final Jeopardy Review Game
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A1 Name the kings who consulted the gods through the use of oracle bones? Who are the Shang ?
A2 Name the ruler who was famous for a uniform code of laws that unified his empire? Who is Hammurabi?
A3 Name the belief in many gods. What is Polytheism?
A4 What scientific concept did Indian astronomers prove long before the Europeans did? That the Earth is Round
A5 Name the ruler was considered to be both a king and a god? What is Pharoah?
A6 Why was Alexandria Egypt, important during the Hellenistic period? It became the foremost center of commerce and Hellenistic culture.
A7 What is the Indus Valley Civilization sometimes called? What is the Harappan Civilization
A8 What concept was the belief in “divine right” used to support? Absolute rule
A9 How did the first Americans support themselves? Hunting and Gathering
A10 Name the oldest known city in Africa south of the Sahara? What is Djenne-Djeno?
B1 The German Blitzkrieg was a military strategy that depended on what advantage? Surprise and overwhelming force
B2 Name the title of Hitler’s book? What is Mein Kampf ? Which means My Struggle
B3 Why did Britain and France adopt a policy of appeasement toward Germany? Wished to avoid war with Germany.
B4 What prompted Great Britain and France to declare war on Germany? Invasion of Poland
B5 That Hitler’s advances could be blocked. What lesson was learned from the Battle of Britain?
B6 What was significant about the Battle of Midway? It was the turning point of the pacific war against Japan
B7 In Germany, what effect did the Nuremberg Laws have? German Jews were stripped of citizenship, jobs, and property.
B8 For German Jews wishing to emigrate out of Germany, what problems did they run into? Other nations set quotas on the number of German Jews they would accept.
B9 What event was described as “A date that will live in infamy”?
B10 Name the worst of the Nazi concentration camps.
C1 What action on November 11, 1918 brought an end to WWI? An Armistice was signed
C2 What is the policy of glorifying power and keeping an army prepared for war? Militarism
C3 What region was referred to as the Powder Keg of Europe? The Balkan Peninsula
C4 Who led Germany during the last decade of the 1800’s and most of WWI? Kaiser Wilhelm II
C5 How did Hitler rationalize the taking of the Sudetenland to the German people and the world? Czechs were abusing German- Speaking people
C6 How did Italy follow the aggressive actions of its neighbor Germany? Italy invaded one of the last independent nations in Africa, Ethiopia.
C7 How did the Axis Powers hope to keep the United States out of the war? By forming an alliance, the Axis Powers created a “two ocean war” for the United States.
C8 What plan called for the attack on France first and then Russia? What is the Schlieffen Plan
C9 Why were Germany and Austria Hungary called the Central Powers?
C10 Which nation cause the U.S. to fight in World War I?
D1 Who were the Bolsheviks? Radical Russian Marxist Revolutionaries
D2 What did the pogroms do that occurred in the late 19 th century Russia? Persecuted the Jews
D3 Who fought in the Peloponnesian War? Athens and Sparta
D4 What do we call the forced dispersal of the Jews? Diaspora
D5 What was unusual about the West African Iron Age? West Africa skipped the Copper and Bronze Age
D6 Who were the Mamelukes? Turkish slaves who became a powerful force in the Abbasid Empire
D7 Name the title Ivan III use? What is Czar?
D8 The Treaty of Verdun resulted in? The division of Charlemagne’s empire into 3 parts
D9 The main difference between the original Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire of Frederick I was what? Frederick’s empire had no strong central government
D10 The Maya wrote on a bark-paper book known as a
E1 Name Mali’s first great leader? Who is Sundiata?
E2 Leader of the Fascist government in Italy. Who is Benito Mussolini?
E3 Leader whose totalitarian regime was based on a communist philosophy. Who is Joseph Stalin?
E4 Name the first European to sail around the tip of Africa, now known as the Cape of Good Hope? Who is Bartolomeau Dias?
E5 Who first landed in an island in the Caribbean Sea 1492? Christopher Columbus
E6 The heliocentric, or sun-centered, theory was proposed by? Copernicus
E7 The Bill of Rights was proposed by ? Who is Voltaire, John Locke and Rosseau
E8 Who seized power from Persia’s shah and changed the name of his country to Iran? Reza Shah Pahlavi
E9 Who led the famous Salt March? Mohandis Gandhi
E10 In 1978, the Camp David Accords were signed by who? Anwar Sadat and Menachem Begin
F1 Egypt seized control of the Suez Canal
F2 During the Cultural Revolution, who were the “new heroes” of China? The Peasants
F3 What is the policy of South African that means separating the races? Apartheid
F4 The fall of Communism in East Germany
F5 Name the Russian Republic’s first elected president? Who is Boris Yeltsin?
F6 To prevent the spread of nuclear weapons to other nations
F7 The idea that nations are dependent on other nations and affected by the actions of others far away.
F8 She named one infant emperor and then another
F9 By taxing the goods traders carried through their territory.
F10 He overthrew the Mongols and established the Ming Dynasty.
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