C_39 - C 39 1. On 30 January 1948, Mohandas Gandhi was...

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1. On 30 January 1948, Mohandas Gandhi was assassinated by A. An agent of the Soviet Union B. A renegade Sikh militant C. A CIA agent D. A Hindu extremist E. An Islamic terrorist 2. Both Mohandas Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru felt that communalism A. Was dangerous because it emphasized religious over national identity B. Was essential for Indian survival C. Was difficult, although necessary, to construct because of the need for community in India D. Was the key to the long-lasting political stability of India E. Was a natural fit for India, although they certainly didn't agree with every aspect of Marx's philosophy 3. Muhammad Ali Jinnah called for the creation of A. An independent Palestinian state B. The division of Palestine between Arabs and Jews C. A UN peacekeeping force to maintain peace in Palestine until order was restored D. An independent Indonesia E. Pakistan 4. In 1946, some six thousand people died in the Great Calcutta Killing in a confrontation between A. Pakistanis and Bangladeshis B. Hindus and Muslims C. Americans and Russians D. North Vietnamese and South Vietnamese E. Communists and fascists 5. The Bandung Conference A. Brought an end to the fighting between India and Pakistan B. Officially ended World War II C. Pushed forward the nonalignment movement D. Resulted in the creation of the policy known as the Final Solution E. Created the state of Israel 6. The Vietnamese Declaration of Independence was modeled on A. The work of Lenin B. The Communist Manifesto of Marx C. The Soviet constitution D. The Japanese constitution E. The American Declaration of Independence
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7. The disastrous 1954 defeat that forced the French out of Vietnam was at A. Saigon B. Haiphong C. Dunhuang D. Dienbienphu E. Hanoi 8. The European country that served as the mandate power in Palestine after World War I was A. France B. Germany C. Russia D. Italy E. Great Britain 9. In the Balfour Declaration of 1917, A. The United States agreed to enter World War I B. Korea was divided along the 38th parallel C. The Irish officially stated that they couldn't support the British in the war effort D. The British government committed itself to supporting a Jewish homeland in Palestine E. The Russians officially surrendered to the Germans and pulled out of World War I 10. In 1947, the United Nations proposed that Palestine should A. Be a Jewish state B. Be returned to Ottoman control C. Be divided into Jewish and Arabic halves D. Be an Arab state E. Remain under the auspices of the UN until an acceptable peace could be reached 11. The English and French were forced to withdraw from controlling the Suez Canal during the crisis in 1956 because A. The Egyptians under Gamal Abdel Nasser drove them out B. The Soviets used the threat of nuclear war to force them out C. Of the threat posed by a rebuilding Germany back home D. The United States condemned the attack and forced them to withdraw E. The Anglo-French alliance fell apart due to an old dispute between the two traditional enemies
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C_39 - C 39 1. On 30 January 1948, Mohandas Gandhi was...

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