3rd Quarter Review Jeopardy

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Which of the following is a common
strategy used in totalitarian regimes?
A. government control of the media
B. system of checks and balances
C. belief in a multi-party system
D. development of capitalism
Which of the following is a common
strategy used in totalitarian regimes?
A. government control of the media
B. system of checks and balances
C. belief in a multi-party system
D. development of capitalism
Which fascist dictator did Hitler and
Mussolini Support?
A. General Franco of Spain
B. General Pinochet of Chile
C. Joseph Stalin of the Soviet
Union
D. Emperor Selassie of Ethopia
Which fascist dictator did Hitler and
Mussolini Support?
A. General Franco of Spain
B. General Pinochet of Chile
C. Joseph Stalin of the Soviet
Union
D. Emperor Selassie of Ethopia
Which of the following did Hitler promise
to do for Germany?
A. Undo the results of the Franco-Prussian
War
B. negotiate a peace treaty with the Soviet
Union
C. establish a communist and classless society
D. end the reparation payments created by
the Treaty of Versailles
Which of the following did Hitler promise
to do for Germany?
A. Undo the results of the Franco-Prussian
War
B. negotiate a peace treaty with the Soviet
Union
C. establish a communist and classless society
D. end the reparation payments created by
the Treaty of Versailles
The main reason for the rise of the
totalitarian states following World War I
was
A. The race for colonies
B. economic depression
C. the rise of religious intolerance
D. Enlightenment ideals
The main reason for the rise of the
totalitarian states following World War I
was
A. The race for colonies
B. economic depression
C. the rise of religious intolerance
D. Enlightenment ideals
Which of the following describes an
element that fascism and communism
have in common
A. both have support of wealthy landowners.
B. both have dictators who impose absolute control
C. both support the inclusion of minorities into
society
D. both call for a revolution by the working class
against the rich
Which of the following describes an
element that fascism and communism
have in common
A. both have support of wealthy landowners.
B. both have dictators who impose absolute control
C. both support the inclusion of minorities into
society
D. both call for a revolution by the working class
against the rich
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931 to
A. Regain territory lost in the Russo-Japanese
War
B. gain control of iron ore and coal deposits
C. avenge losses sustained during World War
I
D. acquire bases for the attack on Pearl
Harbor
Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931 to
A. Regain territory lost in the Russo-Japanese
War
B. gain control of iron ore and coal deposits
C. avenge losses sustained during World War
I
D. acquire bases for the attack on Pearl
Harbor
Which is the best explanation for Italy’s
invasion of Ethiopia in 1935
A. Mussolini’s drive to build an empire
B. Italy’s requirement for more land for the
Pope
C. Mussolini’s need for foreign imports
D. Italy’s acquiring land in the Treaty of
Versailles
Which is the best explanation for Italy’s
invasion of Ethiopia in 1935
A. Mussolini’s drive to build an empire
B. Italy’s requirement for more land for the
Pope
C. Mussolini’s need for foreign imports
D. Italy’s acquiring land in the Treaty of
Versailles
Which of the following was an effect of
the Nazi-Soviet Non-aggression Pact of
1939
A. Germany could attack Poland with
no fear of Soviet intervention
B. The United States abandoned
its policy of isolationism
C. France and Britain reaffirmed
their policy of appeasement
D. Japan was free to continue
aggression in Asia
Which of the following was an effect of
the Nazi-Soviet Non-aggression Pact of
1939
A. Germany could attack Poland with
no fear of Soviet intervention
B. The United States abandoned
its policy of isolationism
C. France and Britain reaffirmed
their policy of appeasement
D. Japan was free to continue
aggression in Asia
Which Chinese city became a brutal
example of war-time atrocities?
A.Beijing
B. Nanking
C. Shanghai
D. Hong Kong
Which Chinese city became a brutal
example of war-time atrocities?
A.Beijing
B. Nanking
C. Shanghai
D. Hong Kong
The Munich Conference was held in response
to Germany’s threat to the nation of
A. Czechoslovakia
B. Poland
C. Austria
D. Yugoslavia
The Munich Conference was held in response
to Germany’s threat to the nation of
A. Czechoslovakia
B. Poland
C. Austria
D. Yugoslavia
In 1939, France and Great Britain declard
war on German as a direct result of the
German
A. Annexation of Austria
B. Occupation of the Rhineland
C. Seizure of the Sudetenland
D. Invasion of Poland
In 1939, France and Great Britain declard
war on German as a direct result of the
German
A. Annexation of Austria
B. Occupation of the Rhineland
C. Seizure of the Sudetenland
D. Invasion of Poland
In the 1930’s, several national leaders in
Europe agreed to the demands of an
aggressor to preserve peace. This policy
may be referred to as
A. Détente
B. isolationism
C. containment
D. appeasement
In the 1930’s, several national leaders in
Europe agreed to the demands of an
aggressor to preserve peace. This policy
may be referred to as
A. Détente
B. isolationism
C. containment
D. appeasement
The main reason Britain and France
appeased Hitler at the Munich
Conference was to
A. Prevent the invasion of the Soviet Union
B. eliminate sanctions of the League of Nation
C. eliminate the growth of fascism
D. prevent the start of another world war.
The main reason Britain and France
appeased Hitler at the Munich
Conference was to
A. Prevent the invasion of the Soviet Union
B. eliminate sanctions of the League of Nation
C. eliminate the growth of fascism
D. prevent the start of another world war.
The reason the United States chose a nonintervention policy during the 1930’s was to
A.Allow time to strengthen the military
B. focus on the problems of the great
depression
C. limit illegal immigration from Latin
America
D. address fear regarding the growing
threat of domestic Nazism
The reason the United States chose a nonintervention policy during the 1930’s was to
A.Allow time to strengthen the military
B. focus on the problems of the great
depression
C. limit illegal immigration from Latin
America
D. address fear regarding the growing
threat of domestic Nazism
As a result of the non-intervention policy of
the United States in the 1930’s
A. the Soviet Union extended its influence
over Eastern Europe.
B. Italy lost control of Ethiopia.
C. Czechoslovakia maintained its independence.
D. Britain and France followed a policy of
appeasement.
As a result of the non-intervention policy of
the United States in the 1930’s
A. the Soviet Union extended its influence
over Eastern Europe.
B. Italy lost control of Ethiopia.
C. Czechoslovakia maintained its independence.
D. Britain and France followed a policy of
appeasement.
Who was the military commander in charge of
the plans for D-Day?
A. General Bernard Montgomery
B. General Dwight D. Eisenhower
C. General George Marshall
D. General Douglas MacArthur
Who was the military commander in charge of
the plans for D-Day?
A. General Bernard Montgomery
B. General Dwight D. Eisenhower
C. General George Marshall
D. General Douglas MacArthur
Emperor from 1926-1989
Viewed as nation’s supreme authority
considered a living god in country’s
tradition
role in country’s aggression in WWII
A.Franco
B. Hirohito
C. Stalin
D. Mussolini
Emperor from 1926-1989
Viewed as nation’s supreme authority
considered a living god in country’s
tradition
role in country’s aggression in WWII
A.Franco
B. Hirohito
C. Stalin
D. Mussolini
Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston
Churchill were known as “The Big Three”
The individuals listed below were all the
leaders of the
A. Axis Powers
B. D-Day invasion
C. Allied Powers
D. Central Powers
Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston
Churchill were known as “The Big Three”
The individuals listed below were all the
leaders of the
A. Axis Powers
B. D-Day invasion
C. Allied Powers
D. Central Powers
Hitler’s racially motivated actions in
regions occupied by Germany were based
on his belief that Germans were
A. a superior master race
B. mistreated by Slavs during
WWI
C. inferior to Scandinavians
who were lighter skinned.
D. not capable of living
peacefully with other races.
Hitler’s racially motivated actions in
regions occupied by Germany were based
on his belief that Germans were
A. a superior master race
B. mistreated by Slavs during
WWI
C. inferior to Scandinavians
who were lighter skinned.
D. not capable of living
peacefully with other races.
This leader carried out the following actions
of aggression
1936 Rhineland Occupied
1936 Austria Annexed
1938 Sudetenland taken
1939 Czechoslovakia seized.
A. Josef Stalin
B. General Franco from Spain
C. Adolf Hitler
D. Benito Mussolini
This leader carried out the following actions
of aggression
1936 Rhineland Occupied
1936 Austria Annexed
1938 Sudetenland taken
1939 Czechoslovakia seized.
A. Josef Stalin
B. General Franco from Spain
C. Adolf Hitler
D. Benito Mussolini
Which of the following countries had the
greatest loss of BOTH civilian and military
lives in World War II.
A. France
B. Japan
C. Soviet Union
D. Germany
Which of the following countries had the
greatest loss of BOTH civilian and military
lives in World War II.
A. France
B. Japan
C. Soviet Union
D. Germany
How many Jewish civilians are
believed to have died as a result of
the policies of the Nazis?
A. 1,000,000
B. 3,000,000
C. 6,000,000
D. 25,000,000
How many Jewish civilians are
believed to have died as a result of
the policies of the Nazis?
A. 1,000,000
B. 3,000,000
C. 6,000,000
D. 25,000,000
The high number of casualties in the
Soviet Union during World War II was a
result of the
A. long winter
B. use of atomic weapons
C. Japanese invasion
D. German invasion
The high number of casualties in the
Soviet Union during World War II was a
result of the
A. long winter
B. use of atomic weapons
C. Japanese invasion
D. German invasion
The majority of the British civilian
casualties occurred as a result of
A. the bombings of London
B. German rocket attacks
C. submarine attacks on British
ports
D. the sinking of merchant marine
ships
The majority of the British civilian
casualties occurred as a result of
A. the bombings of London
B. German rocket attacks
C. submarine attacks on British
ports
D. the sinking of merchant marine
ships
Which group was MOST affected by
the use of atomic weapons during
World War II
A.American military
B. German civilians
C. Soviet military
D. Japanese civilians
Which group was MOST affected by
the use of atomic weapons during
World War II
A.American military
B. German civilians
C. Soviet military
D. Japanese civilians
Standard 10.7.3
Analyze the rise, aggression, and
human costs of totalitarian regimes
(Fascist and Communist) in
Germany, Italy, and the Soviet
Union, noting especially their
common and dissimilar traits.
Standard 10.8.1
Compare the German, Italian, and
Japanese drives for empire in the
1930’s, including the 1937 Rape of
Nanking and other atrocities in China
and the Stalin-Hitler Pact of 1939.
Standard 10.8.2
Understand the role of appeasement,
nonintervention (isolationism), and
the domestic distractions in Europe
and the United States prior to the
outbreak of World War II.
Standard 10.8.4
Describe the political, diplomatic, and
military leaders during the war (e.g.
Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf
Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph
Stalin, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight
Eisenhower).
Standard 10.8.6
Discuss the human costs of the war,
with particular attention to the civilian
and military losses in Russia,
Germany, Britain, United States,
China, and Japan.
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