C_37 - C 37 1. World War II began with A. The assassination...

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C 37 1. World War II began with A. The assassination of Francis Ferdinand B. Japanese attacks on China C. A Russian invasion of Poland D. The Nazi invasion of Poland E. The German takeover of Czechoslovakia 2. The height of Japanese atrocity in China was reached at the rape of A. Beijing B. Shanghai C. Hong Kong D. Nanjing E. Manchukuo 3. The Guomindang during World War II was A. An Asian economic organization B. A Japanese government that ruled the Philippines C. The resistance government of the Chinese versus Japan's invasion of China D. The resistance government of Korea versus Japan's invasion of Korea E. An Asian political action group in the United States that campaigned against discrimination versus Asians 4. The Italian fascists used which war as an excuse to intervene and gain valuable military experience? A. Russian Civil War B. Ethiopian Civil War C. Czechoslovakian Civil War D. Algerian Civil War E. Spanish Civil War 5. The weakness of the League of Nations was revealed in its inability to take any substantial action in response to the Italian invasion of A. Czechoslovakia B. Ethiopia C. Austria D. Egypt E. Switzerland
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6. Adolf Hitler always spoke of the "November crime," which was the A. Election of Franklin Roosevelt B. Bolshevik takeover in Russia C. Signing of an alliance between England and the Soviet Union D. Japanese takeover of China E. Signing of the 1918 armistice
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7. In 1938, Germany sent troops into what country and forced its leaders to accept the Anschluss? A. The Rhineland B. Poland C. France D. Austria E. Czechoslovakia 8. The high point of appeasement was A. The Munich Conference B. The signing of the Nazi-Soviet Pact C. The German invasion of Poland D. Germany sending troops into the demilitarized Rhineland E. The Washington Conference 9. While the Nazi-Soviet Pact was on the surface a nonaggression treaty, it had secret stipulations that spelled out A. The division of eastern Europe B. A plan for the eventual invasion of the United States C. The plans for the Final Solution D. The division of China into spheres of influence E. The expansion of the treaty to include the British 10. The European part of World War II began with the A. Soviet invasion of Romania B. Polish invasion of Germany C. German invasion of Poland D. German takeover of Austria E. Munich Conference 11. The German Blitzkrieg referred to A. An elaborate series of concrete bunkers built on the experiences of World War II B. The Nazi plan for a Final Solution to the Jewish QUESTION C. The living space in the east that was necessary for an expanding Germany D. A lightning war E. The German representative assembly that voted Hitler into power 12. After the fall of France in 1940, the only country left to fight Germany was A. Britain B. The United States C. The Soviet Union D. Italy E. Norway
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13. In the Battle of Britain the Germans hoped to defeat the English A. Through a massive naval invasion of Scotland B. Through their secret alliance with the Irish C. Almost solely through air attacks led by the Luftwaffe
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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C_37 - C 37 1. World War II began with A. The assassination...

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