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World History Spring Final part 2
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What factors led to the organization of Labor Unions?
all of the above
For the Soviet Union, what was the turning point in the war in Europe?
the Battle of Midway
their victory at Stalingrad
the Battle of Iwo Jima
the end of the Siege of Leningrad
Hitler attacked the civilians in London during the Battle of Britain, what was his
reasoning for doing this?
He wanted to terrorize the British people into surrendering
He wanted to force the British people to move to the countryside
He wanted to destroy the British air force, which was mostly located in London
He wanted to deflate the high population of Great Britain
When Hitler attacked the Soviet Union in June 1941, he
hoped to draw the U.S. into war
threatened the alliance between the Axis Powers
felt invincible because of his victory in Great Britain
was breaking the nonagression pact with the USSR
Which of the following world leaders is NOT considered totalitarian?
How is laissez-faire economics more productive than an economy controlled by a
Laissez-faire economics creates competition which leads to innovation, greater profits for investors, and lower product prices
Laissez-faire creates an economy which is regulated by government in order to create ideal working conditions
Laissez-faire economics creates competition which results in improved working conditions, higher wages, and healthcare benefits.
Laissez-faire economics creates a more nationalistic economy in which local production is always preferred
What was the biggest economic problem for the nations of Eastern Europe after World War One?
None of the above
Lack of access to the market
Hitlers Final Solution called for the
end to WWII
deliberate, mass execution of Jewish prisoners
relocatoin of prison camps
the establishment of a separate Jewish state
What year did the stock market crash causing the Great Depression?
Which was part of American policy during the early years of World War II?
terminating all trade agreements with warring nations
following a foreign policy of appeasement
remaining neutral while making war supplies available to Britain
denouncing Britain and France for declaring war on Germany
What country does Germany invade that signifies the start of WWII
What is the date that WWII will officially come to an end?
May 8, 1945
August 5, 1945
September 2, 1945
June 22, 1945
The "Middle Passage" referred to
the voyage from Africa across the Atlantic to the Americas
the sale of slaves in the Americas and subsequent transportation to plantations
the journey from captivity to the coastline of Africa
the group of slaves permanently in rebellion in Suriname
What prompted Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor
Japan knew the U.S. had atomic bombs
The U.S. threatend Japan with war
The U.S. embargoed trading with Japan
Japan wanted to stop the shipment of goods to Europe
What was the contribution of James Watt to the Industrial Revolution?
He built the first commercial railway system in Britain
He improved the quality of steel that could be produced
He invented a steam engine that could be used to drive machines
He introduced a system of interchangeable parts to the factory system
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