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B)had feelings of guilt toward Germany.
C)had painful memories of the Great War.
D)saw the Soviet Union as the real danger in Europe.
a)a commitment to unconditional surrender.
b)U.S. adoption of the “Europe first” principle.
c)postponement of a discussion of the eventual peace settlement.
d)the decision to put military needs first.
he had the support of the Communist Party.
By 1938, all of the following states were conservative dictatorships
The regimes of Nazi Germany, fascist Italy, and the Stalinist Soviet Union all shared a
profound hatred of Western liberalism.
According to Hitler's New Order, the "subhuman race" of Europeans were
Asian support for Japan declined for all of the following reasons
-Japan did not establish independent governments in the areas they controlled.
-Japan exploited the local peoples for its own wartime needs.
-Japan used brutal treatment of prisoners of war and civilians.
- local populations were never treated as equals by Japan.
The ultimate Nazi goal of the Holocaust was to
exterminate all European Jews.
Vladimir Lenin's New Economic Policy was a political compromise with the
By 1945, Hitler, with the help of many thousands of people, had murdered
The German attack on France relied on blitzkrieg, or
The Lateran Agreement gave Mussolini the support of
the pope and the Catholic church.
Benito Mussolini's private army was known as the
Between 1922 and 1936, under Mussolini's dictatorship
the government was repressive and undemocratic.
The Nuremberg Laws
stated anyone having one or more Jewish grandparents was Jewish.
In August 1939, Germany signed a ten-year nonaggression pact with
the Soviet Union.
Prior to Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States had done all of the following
-demand that Japan withdraw from China.
-stop selling scrap iron to Japan.
-freeze all Japanese assets in the United States.
-stop selling oil to Japan
Of the following people, the one that occupied the lowest rung on Hitler's racial hierarchy were the
In the revolutions of 1989, the first state to elect a noncommunist leader was
Article 9 of Japan's postwar constitution
abolished all Japanese armed forces.
The Soviet Union ceased to exist on
December 25, 1991.
Western allies undertook the Berlin Airlift in response to
Stalin's blocking all road traffic through the Soviet zone of Germany.
The Brezhnev Doctrine asserted that
the Soviet Union had the right to intervene in any socialist country.
A major factor contributing to Europe's economic decline in the 1970s was
the rise in the price of oil following the 1973 Arab-Israeli war.
The phrase “iron curtain” which was used to describe the onset of the cold war was coined by
After World War II, the Soviet Union
returned to the totalitarianism of the 1930s.
After 1948, the French economy
began the most rapid development in the nation's history.
Slobodan Milosevic was committed to the creation of
a greater Serbia.
Compared to those in the 1960s, French college students in the 1980s were more
North Korea's invasion of South Korea eventually brought _______ into direct armed conflict.
the United States and China
According to the text, the United States' rapid demobilization after World War II was due to
the nation's belief that its possession of the atomic bomb would be enough to restrain the Soviet Union.
When the United States, Great Britain, and Russia met at the Yalta Conference
the Red Army had occupied most of eastern Europe.
The goal of the Truman Doctrine was to
contain communism to areas already occupied by the Red Army.
The first independent African state to emerge from colonialism was
As a consequence of the Great Leap Forward
-China and the Soviet Union broke from each other.
-20 million to 30 million people died from famine in two years.
-Mao lost influence in the Communist party.
-China was gripped by an economic disaster.
The South African government sought a reconciliation with black militants after
-its mild reforms failed to stem demands for greater change.
-a long and bloody effort at repression.
-the United States imposed sanctions against the country.
-the European Common Market imposed sanctions against the country.
South Korea developed its economy in the 1980s by
mastering Western technology.
The objective of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution was to
purge the party and recapture the revolutionary spirit.
A series of corrupt, one-party authoritarian states in the Muslim world in the 1970s led to
a rise in Islamic fundamentalism.
All of the following statements regarding Vietnam since 1975 are true
-it has high unemployment.
-it is one of the poorest nations in Southeast Asia.
-it has experienced strong economic growth since 1990.
-it is a unified communist nation.
During World War II, Mahatma Gandhi and other Indian leaders
were jailed by the British for most of the war.
Between 1930 and 1945, Brazil was ruled by the dictator
In China, “barefoot doctors” were
peasants trained to do simple diagnosis and treatment.
Half of the population of Latin America lives in Brazil and
As president of India, Indira Gandhi made it her priority to
reduce population growth through mass sterilization.
The armed struggle that erupted in Algeria in the 1990s resulted from
the repressive military dictatorship of the FLN.
The land reform in China immediately following the 1949 revolution
was very popular with the peasants.
a disputed province on the Indian-Pakistani border.
Asia's four“Economic Tigers included all of the following
Mohandas Mahatma Gandhi's death
came at the hands of a Hindu assassin.
The Indonesian strongman Suharto was forced to resign in 1998 as a result of
a devastating financial crisis.
To stem communist expansion in Latin America, in 1961, the United States funded the
Alliance for Progress.
Deng Xiaoping's agricultural policies included
allowing peasants to farm in small family units.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah's vision of postindependence India
called for separate states for Hindus and Muslims.
All of the following statements regarding Cuba in the 1950s are true
-its political institutions were weak.
-it was one of Latin America's most prosperous countries.
-political corruption was widespread.
- there was an enormous gap between the rich and poor.
According to the text, the central event that led Latin American countries to profoundly alter their economic systems was
the Great Depression.
The 1967 civil war in Nigeria resulted from
intertribal and ethnic violence.
According to the text, the decisive turning point in the development of African nationalism was
the Great Depression.
The Voting Rights Act of _________ guaranteed all blacks in the United States the right to vote.
Germany ended its East-West division and became a unified country in
The Vietcong and the North Vietnamese won a great psychological victory over the United States with the
The tearing down of the Berlin Wall featured all of the following events except
powerful resistance by the Soviet Union.
The only European communist country that responded to the 1989 prodemocracy movement with bloody repression was
The emergence of the international youth culture can be attributed to all of the following factors except
high unemployment among young people.
The structure of the lower classes in the postwar years featured
rapid growth in the number of white-collar and service employees.
In 1991, __________ became Russia's president.
Of the following events, the one to occur first was the
In Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher's efforts to get low-income renters to buy their state-owned apartments
created a new class of property owners.
Britain responded to the Great Depression by
concentrating on its domestic market.
Pablo Picasso founded the artistic movement known as
The causes of the global Great Depression included all of the following except
the drive by Great Britain to dominate international trade.
A major reason why British leaders favored a less harsh peace with Germany after World War I was that
prior to the war, Germany had been Britain's second-largest export market.
In France, the Popular Front was formed in response to
the growth of fascism.
The ideas of the French poet Paul Valéry expressed
the pessimistic fear that human society was capable of destroying itself.
In Sigmund Freud's thought, the id is the part of the psyche
that harbors instinctual drives for sex, aggression, and pleasure.
Of the following events, the first to occur was (ch 29)
Adolph Hitler published Mein Kampf.
The logical empiricism espoused by Ludwig Wittgenstein argued that
the traditional issues of philosophy were meaningless.
The hyperinflation in Germany in 1923
wiped out the savings of many in the middle class.
According to the text, the most successful response to the Great Depression was in
Louis H. Sullivan worked in the architectural style associated with the city of
The British political party that championed greater social equality and led the nation for five years in the 1920s was the
Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room is an example of the literary technique known as
Party politics in Britain in the 1920s were generally marked by
a spirit of moderation and compromise.
When Germany refused to make its second reparations payment in 1922
France and Belgium occupied the Ruhr district.
Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece The Starry Night exemplified
expressionist attempts to express a psychological view of reality and emotion.
The great age of German expressionist films in the 1920s was brought to an end by
the growing domination of the American film industry in Hollywood.
The 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact
renounced war as a part of national policy.
All of the following statements regarding Friedrich Nietzsche are true except he
became the most influential philosopher in Germany while only in his early 30s.
All of the following writers could be described as "anti-utopian" except
By the late 1930s, the number British and German households that had a radio was about
75 percent in both Britain and Germany.
The Dawes Plan
gave loans to Germany from American banks.
Leni Riefenstahl's film The Triumph of the Will
was a masterpiece of Nazi propaganda.
Walter Gropius is best known for
creating the Bauhaus.
Authors such as Marcel Proust, James Joyce, and William Faulkner wrote about
the complexity and irrationality of the human mind.
The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard rejected
All of the following leaders effectively used radio to advance their political agendas except
The development that revived the national film industries of Europe in the 1930s was the
invention of "talkies."
Friedrich Nietszche believed that Christianity was
“a slave morality.”
Albert Einstein's greatest contribution to the destruction of the Newtonian universe was his
theory of special relativity.
The “spirit of Locarno” referred to the belief that
international peace was possible.
According to the text, religion after 1914 became
much more relevant and meaningful than it had been before the Great War.
According to Sigmund Freud, human behavior is
In 1902, the first movie house opened in
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