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Homework Help: History

Posted by Adesuwa on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at 8:58am.

Question 1

In 1907, in order to balance the Triple Alliance, the Triple Entente was formed by
Answer
(A)Italy, France, and Britain.
(B)France, Russia, and Britain.
(c) France, Russia, and Germany.
(D)Russia, Britain, and the United States.
(E)Britain, the United States, and Belgium.

My answer B

Question 2

During World War I the most striking break from pre-war conditions on the home front was
Answer
(A)the use of volunteer armies.
(B)central planning of the economy.
(C)censorship.
(D)anti-patriotic sentiment.
(E)conscription.

My answer C

Question 3

Which groups experienced a relative improvement in income and standards of living as a result of World War I?
Answer
(A)aristocrats and middle class
(B)middle-class and working-class families
(C)working-class families and peasants
(D)middle class and peasants
(E) women

My answer E


Question 4

The Germans planned to invade France first because they
Answer
(A) believed the French army was poorly organized.
(B)believed they could conquer France before Russia could mobilize, thereby avoiding a two-front war.
(C)believed they could conclude a separate peace with Russia, based on a former alliance.
(D)wanted to conquer France in order to annex Belgium.
(E)believed the conflict with France would last longer.

My answer B


Question 5

The British East India Company
Answer
(A)lost the battle of Plassey.
(B) continued to pay for Bengali goods with silver after the battle of Plassey.
(C)forced Bengal to pay for its exports to Britain through land taxes.
(D)stimulated the Bengal economy by driving up demand for calicoes.
(E)encouraged subsistence farming in Bengal.

My answer C


Question 6

Which of the following factors provoked the participants in the Taiping Rebellion?
Answer
(A)attacks on Europeans enraged Chinese merchants
(B)the attack on Peking by foreign forces
(C)the persecution of Christians
(D) peasant unrest and anti-foreign sentiments
(E)the westernization program forced upon China by European powers

My answer D

Question 7

The threats to the mercantile colonial world included all of the following except
Answer
(A)slave revolts.
(B)independence movements.
(C) the free trade lobby.
(D) Enlightenment universalism.
(E) the papacy.

My answer E


Question 8
Britain and the U.S. abolished the slave trade in
Answer
(A)1803.
(B)1807.
(C)1834.
(D)1865.
(E)1888.

My answer B

Question 9

Which was not among the underlying reasons for war in 1914?
Answer
(A) the arms race.
(B) a deep antagonism between Germany and France.
(C) the effectiveness of the alliance system in achieving security and encouraging negotiated solutions.
(D)the use by many governments of nationalist and militaristic foreign policies to deflect attention from domestic problems.
(E)the limits of the diplomatic system.

My answer E


Question 10
Europeans found it difficult to colonize Africa at first because
Answer
(A)of disease.
(B)the continent's difficult geography.
(C)the power of the Fulani and Bambara states.
(D)of missionary work there preventing economic relations.
(E)a and b.

My answer B

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