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practice test 2 - Title: Ch04-01;F;p.92 1. What is...

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Title: Ch04-01;F;p.92 1. What is lebensraum ? a. The German initiative to expand economically by rapidly industrializing b. The German aim of achieving a larger living space c. The German goal of racial purity d. The German desire for revenge after World War I 2. Which country did Hitler consider to be Germany’s primary enemy just prior to World War II? a. Great Britain b. France c. Russia d. United States 3. Woodrow Wilson’s justification for U.S. entry into World War I was to make the world safe for which of the following? a. The people of the United States b. The League of Nations c. Democracy d. International economic development 4. Which of the following was not one of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points? a. Removal of trade barriers b. Establishment of the League of Nations c. Restoration of Belgium d. Declaration of Alsace-Lorraine as German territory 5. What is self-determination? a. The political autonomy of a particular group of people b. The ability of a group of people to construct their own identity c. The right of a particular group of people to participate in international institutions d. None of the above 6. What were the two bodies of the League of Nations? a. Council and Congress b. Assembly and Congress c. Assembly and Conference d. Council and Assembly 7. What was the repercussion(s) for a country going to war against the wishes of the League of Nations? a. The League would declare war on the aggressor state b. The League would expel the aggressor state c. The League would cut off all trade and economic interaction with the aggressor state d. All of the above 8. What happened when the League of Nations condemned Japan’s invasion of Manchuria? a. Japan withdrew from Manchuria b. The other members of the League declared war on Japan c. Japan withdrew from the League d. None of the above 9. Who led the movement opposing any American involvement abroad, including membership in the League of Nations? a. Woodrow Wilson b. William Jennings Bryan and William E. Borah
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c. Teddy Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge d. William Taft 10. What was the purpose of the Kellogg-Briand Pact? a. To condemn war b. To impose stringent arms control measures on Germany c. To condemn Japan’s invasion of Manchuria d. To set sea power ceilings on Japan 11. What was the Molotov-Ribbentrop agreement? a. A non-aggression pact signed between Germany and Poland b. The agreement that joined Austria and Germany c. An arrangement that passed the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia to Germany d. A non-aggression treaty between Germany and the Soviet Union 12. World War II began in September of 1939 when Germany invaded which of the following? a. Poland b. Czechoslovakia c. Austria d. The Soviet Union 13. What is chain-ganging? a. Creating a rigid defense alliance
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