Hist12 - 1) Themandatesystem(1pt)...

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1 ) The mandate system (1pt)   led to the occupation of Germany after the war.   allowed the Germans to repay their reparations to the Allied powers.   allowed for the rapid spread of communism.   angered the Arab world because it was little more than a  glorified form of imperialism.   was one of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points. 2 ) The last tsar of Russia was (1pt)   Alexander II.   Ivan IV.   Nicholas II.   Ivan III.   Alexander III. 3 ) The soldiers who marched off in 1914 to fight in World War I were  mostly (1pt)   depressed, because they remembered the incredible slaughter of  the Franco-Prussian War.   mercenary troops.   draftees.   depressed because of their religious opposition to the war.   wildly enthusiastic.
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4 ) The Japanese fought in World War I due to their (1pt)   anger over German atrocities against Chinese civilians.   long-standing Franco-Japanese alliance.   fear of America entering into China.   desire to acquire German colonies in Asia.   concern over Austrian colonial aspirations in the Pacific. 5 ) The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (1pt)   was harsh toward the Germans and led to resentment after the war.   forged the alliance between England and France that would later be  expanded to the Triple Entente.
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course HIST 1023 taught by Professor Sommer during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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