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1 World War I and the Russian Revolution Exam- Review Notes Chapter 11

2 Matching 1. total war 2. neutrality 3. T.E. Lawrence 4. militarism 5. zeppelins 6. Dardanelles 7. propaganda 8. reparations 9. proletariat 10. Fourteen Points

3 Multiple Choice 1.Which countries were members of the Triple Alliance? 2.By the early 20 th century, Britain had built the world’s most respected navy because… 3.One way nationalism increased tensions in pre-war Europe was that Germans… 4.Which of the following is an explanation for Russia’s entrance in World War I? 5.Germany’s hope for a quick victory on the Western Front ended at the… 6.To defend their merchant ships against attacks from German U-boats, the Allies… 7.How was fighting on the Western Front different from fighting on the Eastern Front? 8.How did the British blockade of ships carrying supplies to and from Germany violate international law?

4 Multiple Choice 9.At first, the Allies welcomed the overthrow of Russia’s tsar in 1917 because… 10.Why did many Irish-Americans oppose the United States’ decision to enter World War I on the side of the Allies? 11.Which of the following was one of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points? 12.Which Allied leader wanted to weaken Germany at the Paris Peace Conference so that it could never again threaten France? 13.After the war, European colonies in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific (reaction)… 14.Who was the leader of the Bolsheviks in 1917 during the November Revolution? 15.During the three-year long civil war in Russia, “White” armies were composed of…

5 Multiple Choice 16.Which of the following was an effect of nationalism in Europe in the early 1900s? 17.Which of the following events caused Britain to fight in World War I? 18.For which of the following reasons did the Schlieffen Plan fail? 19.A stalemate developed along the Western Front early in the war because… 20.Why was the Ottoman empire considered such a valuable ally? 21.Some colonial subjects were eager to participate in the war because… 22.In the Zimmerman Note, Germany offered which of the following to Mexico if it joined the Central Powers? 23.Which of the following contributed to the United States’ decision to enter the war?

6 Multiple Choice 24.In general, the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles focused mainly on… 25.What event caused Austria to declare war on Serbia?

7 Short Essay 1.Which country do you believe bears the greatest responsibility for the outbreak of World War I? Defend your answer with facts and a logical argument. 2.List three negative aspects of the Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I. Be sure to give specific reasons and details to support your answer.


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