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CHAPTER 29 Dictators and the Second World War SELF-TEST MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Do not assume that these questions will appear on any examination. It is recommended that you not memorize these questions, but use them only as a self - test. Answers are at the end of this book. 1. The Nuremberg Laws related to a. anti - depression programs. b. the Versailles treaty. c. the elimination of the fascists. d. Jewish citizenship. e. the League of Nations. 2. The Vichy government of 1940 was established in a. Poland. b. Spain. c. Germany. d. Czechoslovakia. e. France. 3. Which of the following was not a modern totalitarian state in the 1930s? a. Germany b. Italy c. Russia d. Spain e. France 4. The two countries in which modem totalitarianism reached its most complete form in the 1930s were a. Russia and Germany. b. Italy and France. c. Germany and Italy. d. Russia and Italy.
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e. France and England. 5. Before the modern totalitarian state, the traditional form of antidemocratic government in Europe was a. liberalism. h. conservative authoritarianism. c. absolutism. d. republicanism. e. military government. 6. The modern totalitarian state is a. lethargic in its approach. b. less absolute in its control over society than earlier monarchies. c. built on elite groups. d. concerned only with survival. e. characterized by rapid and profound changes. 7. Lenin s New Economic Policy of 1921 a. nationalized industries. b. called for the collectivization of agriculture. c. restored limited economic freedom. d. set five - year goals. e. was an effort to enforce strict Marxist ideas. 8. Before Lenin died, he named which of the following as his successor? a. Stalin b. Trotsky c. No one d. The Russian people e. Dzhugashvili 9. Stalin became Lenin s successor because he a. enjoyed the support of the people. b. was chosen by Lenin.
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c. was able to work outside the party. d. successfully related Russian realities to Marxist teachings. e. devised a system whereby minorities enjoyed total freedom. 10. Stalin s plans for rapid industrialization were based on a. policies in place in the United States. b. importing coal from Japan. c. factories staffed exclusively by party members. d. depriving peasants in order to feed workers. e. a huge domestic market for consumer goods. 11. Under Stalin, women s greatest real benefits were a. sexual liberation and abortion. b. only available to a handful of individual party leaders. c. easy divorce and day - care centers. d. work freedom and accessible education. e. easier work than in the past and freedom from family worries. 12. Most Germans reacted to Hitler s purge of Jews with a. hostility and anger. b. protests and demonstrations. c. apathy and indifference.
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