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2 Who wants to be a… World War I expert?!

3 The build-up of armed forces in Europe during the late 1800s is an example of A: ImperialismB: Mercantilism D: IsolationismC: Militarism

4 The build-up of armed forces in Europe during the late 1800s is an example of A: Imperialism C: Militarism B: Mercantilism D: Isolationism

5 A: The United States entered the war B: Russia mobilized more quickly than expected D: German tanks became stuck in the trenches What is one reason why Germany’s Schlieffan Plan failed? C: Austria-Hungary withdrew from the war

6 What is one reason why Germany’s Schlieffan Plan failed? A: The United States entered the war C: Austria-Hungary withdrew from the war B: Russia mobilized more quickly than expected D: German tanks became stuck in the trenches

7 A: The Russian RevolutionB: The waging of total war D: Battle of Gallipoli Which of the following helped the Allies achieve the breakthrough they sought in World War I? C: The involvement of the United States

8 Which of the following helped the Allies achieve the breakthrough they sought in World War I? C: The involvement of the United States A: The Russian Revolution B: The waging of total war D: The Battle of Gallipoli

9 A: Food shortagesB: The death of Rasputin D: the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk One cause of Russia’s March 1917 revolution was C: Lenin’s return to Russia

10 One cause of Russia’s March 1917 revolution war A: Food shortages C: Lenin’s return to Russia B: The death of Rasputin D: The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

11 A: Iberian PeninsulaB: British Isles D: Balkan Peninsula Which region was described as “the powder keg of Europe” prior to World War I? C: Scandinavia

12 A: Iberian Peninsula C: Scandinavia Which region was described as “the powder keg of Europe” prior to World War I? B: British Isles D: Balkan Peninsula

13 A: Start of the civil war in RussiaB: Assassination of the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire D: Attack on Poland by the German army What was the immediate cause of World War I in Europe? C: Sinking of the British liner, Lusitania

14 What was the immediate cause of World War I in Europe? A: Start of the civil war in Russia C: Sinking of the British liner, lusitania B: Assassination of the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire D: Attack on Poland by the German army

15 Constantinople’s location on the Bosporus Strait was one reason that the Byzantine Empire was able to C: Control key trade routes between Europe and Asia A: Conquer the Russian city of Moscow B: Spread Judaism throughout western Europe D: Unite the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches

16 A: Forced Germany to pay large war reparationsB: Divided Germany into Communist and non-Communist zones D: Required all German-speaking Europeans to return to Germany The Treaty of Versailles angered many Germans after World War I because the treaty C: Made Germany restore its emperor

17 The Treaty of Versailles angered many Germans after World War I because the treaty A: Forced Germany to pay large war reparations C: Made Germany restore its empror B: Divided Germany into Communist and non-Communist zones D: Required all German-speaking European s to return to Germany

18 A: Nicholas II was named czar of RussiaB: Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a terrorist D: The Ottoman Empire expanded What was a direct result of World War I? C: Germany lost its colonizes in Africa and Asia

19 What was a direct result of World War I? C: Germany lost its colonies in Africa and Asia A: Nicholas II was named czar of Russia B: Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a terrorist D: The Ottoman Empire expanded


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