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1 Palestine Israel India Af/Pak

2 Why did the UN fail in its plan to create a Palestinian State in the late 1940s? A. The Palestinians objected to receiving only part of the Mandate of Palestine. B. The Israelis did not agree on the borders for the Palestinian State. C. The new state of Israel immediately seized the territory for Palestine. D. The Palestinians could not agree on a government for the Palestinian State.

3 Why did the UN fail in its plan to create a Palestinian State in the late 1940s? A. The Palestinians objected to receiving only part of the Mandate of Palestine. C. The Israelis did not agree on the borders for the Palestinian State. B. The new state of Israel immediately seized the territory for Palestine. D. The Palestinians could not agree on a government for the Palestinian State.

4 Which of the following was NOT true of the intifada in the West Bank and Gaza Strip? A. caused by Palestinian frustration about Israel B. involved boycotts and demonstrations by Palestinians C. involved attacks on Israeli soldiers D. caused Israel to declare war on Palestine

5 Which of the following was NOT true of the intifada in the West Bank and Gaza Strip? A. caused by Palestinian frustration about Israel B. involved boycotts and demonstrations by Palestinians C. involved attacks on Israeli soldiers D. caused Israel to declare war on Palestine

6 Which of the following resulted in the creation of an Israeli "buffer zone" consisting of Jerusalem, the Sinai Peninsula, the Golan Heights, and the West Bank? A. the first Arab-Israeli war B. the Yom Kippur War C. the Six-Day War D. the Suez Crisis

7 Which of the following resulted in the creation of an Israeli "buffer zone" consisting of Jerusalem, the Sinai Peninsula, the Golan Heights, and the West Bank? A. the first Arab-Israeli war B. the Yom Kippur War C. the Six-Day War D. the Suez Crisis

8 How did the Declaration of Principles affect Palestinians living in Gaza in 1993? A. They were able to elect their own political representatives. B. They received financial support from the United States. C. They had to relocate to the West Bank. D. They boycotted Israel and all countries that support Israel.

9 How did the Declaration of Principles affect Palestinians living in Gaza in 1993? A. They were able to elect their own political representatives. B. They received financial support from the United States. C. They had to relocate to the West Bank. D. They boycotted Israel and all countries that support Israel.

10 How were the assassinations of Yitzhak Rabin and Anwar Sadat similar? A. The assassins came from a rival ethnic group to the leaders. B. Each assassin came from the leader's own religion. C. Each assassin came from an enemy government. D. The assassins and leaders knew each other well.

11 How were the assassinations of Yitzhak Rabin and Anwar Sadat similar? A. The assassins came from a rival ethnic group to the leaders. B. Each assassin came from the leader's own religion. C. Each assassin came from an enemy government. D. The assassins and leaders knew each other well.

12 Which of the following might have relocated after the partition of India? A. a Muslim in Pakistan B. a Muslim in India C. a Hindu in India D. a Sikh in Sri Lanka

13 Which of the following might have relocated after the partition of India? A. a Muslim in Pakistan B. a Muslim in India C. a Hindu in India D. a Sikh in Sri Lanka

14 The dividing of India into two nations was referred to as A. the civil war. B. the separation. C. the partition. D. all of the above.

15 The dividing of India into two nations was referred to as A. the civil war. B. the separation. C. the partition. D. all of the above.

16 What is the name of the group that fought against the Soviet-supported government in Afghanistan? A. mujahideen B. al-Qaida C. Armenian Christians D. Armenian Muslims

17 What is the name of the group that fought against the Soviet-supported government in Afghanistan? A. mujahideen B. al-Qaida C. Armenian Christians D. Armenian Muslims

18 What caused the emergence of nine independent nation states in Central Asia? A. the departure of Britain from Central Asia B. the departure of France from Central Asia C. the collapse of the Ottoman Empire D. the collapse of the Soviet Union

19 What caused the emergence of nine independent nation states in Central Asia? A. the departure of Britain from Central Asia B. the departure of France from Central Asia C. the collapse of the Ottoman Empire D. the collapse of the Soviet Union

20 After gaining their independence, India and Pakistan fought a war over A. Kashmir. B. New Delhi. C. Nepal. D. East Punjab.

21 After gaining their independence, India and Pakistan fought a war over A. Kashmir. B. New Delhi. C. Nepal. D. East Punjab.

22 Pakistan began as a divided nation. Its east and west regions were separated by… A. the Brahmaputra River. B. 500 miles of Afghan territory. C. 1, 000 miles of Indian territory. D. the Krishna River.

23 Pakistan began as a divided nation. Its east and west regions were separated by… A. the Brahmaputra River. B. 500 miles of Afghan territory. C. 1, 000 miles of Indian territory. D. the Krishna River.

24 The 1956 Suez Crisis began when… A. the United States refused to give up control of the Suez Canal. B. Great Britain refused to make improvements to the Suez Canal. C. the Soviet Union bombed the Suez Canal. D. Egypt seized control of the Suez Canal.

25 The 1956 Suez Crisis began when… A. the United States refused to give up control of the Suez Canal. B. Great Britain refused to make improvements to the Suez Canal. C. the Soviet Union bombed the Suez Canal. D. Egypt seized control of the Suez Canal.

26 In 1978, the Camp David Accords were signed by A. Anwar Sadat and Golda Meir. B. Yasir Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin. C. Anwar Sadat and Menachem Begin. D. Yasir Arafat and Menachem Begin.

27 In 1978, the Camp David Accords were signed by A. Anwar Sadat and Golda Meir. B. Yasir Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin. C. Anwar Sadat and Menachem Begin. D. Yasir Arafat and Menachem Begin.

28 What was the belief that Jews will only be safe in their own homeland called? A. lionism B. zionism C. facism D. communism

29 What was the belief that Jews will only be safe in their own homeland called? A. lionism B. zionism C. facism D. communism

30 What happened at the 1972 Munich Olympics? A. Israeli extremists killed Palestinian athletes B. Palestinian extremists killed Israeli athletes C. America won 2100 gold medals D. America boycotted the games

31 What happened at the 1972 Munich Olympics? A. Israeli extremists killed Palestinian athletes B. Palestinian extremists killed Israeli athletes C. America won 2100 gold medals D. America boycotted the games

32 What was the main idea behind UN Resolution 242? A. creation of death panels B. creation of peace panels C. “land for peace” D. “money for land”

33 What was the main idea behind UN Resolution 242? A. creation of death panels B. creation of peace panels C. “land for peace” D. “money for land”

34 Who always seems to stop the Arab/Israeli peace process? A. Arabs B. Israelis C. Extremists D. Diplomats

35 Who always seems to stop the Arab/Israeli peace process? A. Arabs B. Israelis C. Extremists D. Diplomats

36 What group was targeted during the pogroms? A. Christians B. Muslims C. Hindus D. Jews

37 What group was targeted during the pogroms? A. Christians B. Muslims C. Hindus D. Jews

38 What influenced the independence movements of colonial countries? A. the spread of democratic ideas B. the expense of maintaining and governing distant colonies C. during World War II, the occasional defeat of Europeans by Japanese D. all of the above

39 What influenced the independence movements of colonial countries? A. the spread of democratic ideas B. the expense of maintaining and governing distant colonies C. during World War II, the occasional defeat of Europeans by Japanese D. all of the above

40 What is the name of the group that took control of Afghanistan in 1998? A. al-Qaida B. the Taliban C. the Soviets D. the Northern Alliance

41 What is the name of the group that took control of Afghanistan in 1998? A. al-Qaida B. the Taliban C. the Soviets D. the Northern Alliance

42 Which of the following was NOT a reason for Napoleon to sell the Louisiana Territory? to raise money to punish the sugar growers in Saint Domingue to cut his losses in America to increase America's power as a British rival

43 Which of the following was NOT a reason for Napoleon to sell the Louisiana Territory? to raise money to punish the sugar growers in Saint Domingue to cut his losses in America to increase America's power as a British rival

44 How did Great Britain react to the Continental System? It invaded France. It negotiated a peace agreement with France. It organized its own blockade. It formed an alliance with Austria and Prussia.

45 How did Great Britain react to the Continental System? It invaded France. It negotiated a peace agreement with France. It organized its own blockade. It formed an alliance with Austria and Prussia.

46 If Czar Alexander I was a woman, Napoleon said he would make him his His maid His mistress His stylist His psychiatrist

47 If Czar Alexander I was a woman, Napoleon said he would make him his… His maid His mistress His stylist His psychiatrist

48 What was Napoleon able to accomplish during peacetime? He set up government-run public schools. He established a fairer tax code. He set up a comprehensive system of laws. All of the above are true.

49 What was Napoleon able to accomplish during peacetime? He set up government-run public schools. He established a fairer tax code. He set up a comprehensive system of laws. All of the above are true.

50 During the Reign of Terror, who was safe from the guillotine? no one known revolutionaries the nobility only Maximilien Robespierre

51 During the Reign of Terror, who was safe from the guillotine? no one known revolutionaries the nobility only Maximilien Robespierre


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