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HISTORY 106HR CHAPTER 11 TAKE HOME DUE DECEMBER 6 IN CLASS 1. The population of the world in 1900 was A. 10.6 million B. 1.6 billion C. 20 million D. None of the above 2. This European crisis in the 1940s was the product of Europe’s own deeply rooted internal flaws, cracks in the foundation of the proud tower. 3. Perhaps the most serious flaw was: 4. The balance of power of the “Great Powers” in the early twentieth century was upset by the by the emergence of 5. The total loss of life during World War 1 between 1914 and 1918 was A. 10 billion B. 10 Million C. 1.6 million D. None of the above 6. This means a conflict of an entire society, not simply their military forces but all aspects of the society. 7. Which one of the following empires was not destroyed by World War I? 8. As a result of World War I all of the following nations created except 9. This concept was a part of the treaty that ended World War I which allowed for Europe’s political amp to change as new independent states appeared. A. Manifest Destiny B. Colonialization C. Self-determination D. None of the above
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