Review for WWI Quiz US President Woodrow Wilson argued at the Paris Peace Conference most strongly for a) Germany to pay reparations. b) Germany to keep it’s colonies c) Russia to end communism. d) a League of Nations to prevent future wars France was pleased to see that the Treaty of Versailles required a) Germany to build a wall in Berlin b) Germany to pay reparations. c) Germany to become communist. d) Germany to fix the Iron Curtain. World War I was a _______________, meaning that it involved a complete mobilization of resources and people. a) total war b) revolutionary war c) cold war d) civil war The German government argued that sinking the Lusitania was justified because the ship had been carrying a) Allied troops b) British citizens c) American citizens d) weapons to the Allies The German military plan devised by General Von Schlieffen a) relied on Germany’s air force b) depended on help from Great Britain c) required use of atomic bombs d) called for war against France & Russia What day was the armistice signed that marked the end of WWI hostilities? a) December 7, 1941 b) July 4, 1914 c) November 11, 1918 d) June 6, 1917 All of the following describe trench warfare EXCEPT a) unrestricted use of submarines and torpedoes b) a no man’s land in the middle where men risk being shot c) rats in the trenches eating your food d) constant artillery strikes and attacks Necessary steps in mobilization for war include gathering volunteer troops, supplies and weapons. If enough men did not volunteer, then a country had to rely on _______. a) women to fight b) threatening death c) Conscription (draft) d) cutting off immigration Which country was not a member of the Central Powers during WWI a) Germany b) Austria-Hungary c) France d) Ottoman Empire Which country was not a member of the Allies during WWI a) Great Britain b) Spain c) Russia d) France Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points were intended to a) make the United States, Great Britain, and France into leading world powers b) redistribute Germany’s colonies among the Allied nations c) serve as the basis of a peace settlement d) punish Germany for causing World War I A major cause of the outbreak of World War I was a) a decline in the policy of imperialism b) an increase in acts of aggression by England c) the existence of opposing alliances d) the spread of communism throughout Europe Which situation was a major reason for the United States entry into World War I? a) The League of Nations requested help b) The Maine was blown up in Havana Harbor c) Nazi tyranny threatened Western democracy d) Germany’s use of unrestricted submarine warfare Used during World War I to convince most citizens that their nation’s cause was just and to stir up national hatreds a) pop art b) Propaganda c) planned economies d) militarism The inflammatory Zimmerman Telegram proposed that in the event of war between the U. S. and Germany: a) America would send troops to Cuba to assassinate Fidel Castro. b) Mexico would join the Central Powers and attack the United States. c) Germany would send missiles to Cuba. d) Germany would use unrestricted submarine warfare against the Mexicans.