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What effect did technology have on World War I?
It enabled nations to defeat their enemies with few casualties.
It greatly increased the number of casualties. <-
It decreased the amount of money needed to wage war.

Question 13
The desire for independence by __________ complicated the Ottoman Empire's entry into the war on the side of the Central Powers.

Arabs and Albanians
Serbs and Russians
Armenians and Arabs <-

Question 14

Many historians consider the Armenian Massacre to be genocide because it has been suggested that the Ottomans attempted to __________.

the Armenian culture <
force Armenians to mount suicide attacks during battles
cover up the massacre

Question 15

World War I quickly escalated into the first total war, in which nations __________.

used all their factories to produce war materials
used almost all of their resources to wage war<-
forced their total male civilian population to fight in the war

Question 16
How did governments address the issue of fading enthusiasm for the war within their populations?
They promised there would be no more wars.
They allowed soldiers more time to visit their families.
They used newsreels and posters to stir up emotions. <--

Question 17

During World War I, the roles of some civilians changed. Which of the following is an example of this?

Many women were given important jobs in the government. <- or B?
Many women joined the workforce in jobs they hadn't held before.
Children were required to work in munitions factories after school.

Question 18

One result of total war during World War I was a shift toward __________.
social democracy
monarchies
planned economies <-

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  1. 13, 16 are wrong

    14 seems incomplete

    17 - which one?

    The others are right.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Question 17 is B. You are correct on 18, in that directing resources to the war forced controls within nations, but only in Russia (the Soviet Union) did the "planned economy" carry over into peacetime to the same extent it did during the war.

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  3. Ms Sue is correct. 13 is wrong. I think 16 is correct, but the promise of a "war to end all wars" was intended to be persuasive, too.

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  4. Thank you...

    How did governments address the issue of fading enthusiasm for the war within their populations?

    They allowed soldiers more time to visit their families ?

    The desire for independence by __________ complicated the Ottoman Empire's entry into the war on the side of the Central Powers.

    Serbs and Russians

    Many historians consider the Armenian Massacre to be genocide because it has been suggested that the Ottomans attempted to __________.

    eliminate the Armenian culture <
    force Armenians to mount suicide attacks during battles
    cover up the massacre

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  5. Okay. On question 16, more time on leave to go home was not much of an option during the war. Soldiers were needed at the front. Newsreels, posters, etc. were used to keep up spirits at home, as was a promise of no more wars, although that was more an American concept than British or French. Fanning patriotic fervor with posters, news reports, newsreels, etc., was a tactic used to convince people to "keep the faith" that the war would be won.

    Serbs and Russians is correct.

    And yes, the Ottoman Turks tried to wipe out Armenian culture, although the Turks still deny it.

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  6. Thank you. I'll be going with the first answer.

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  7. This helped

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