Which event is credited with starting World War I? the attack on the Lusitania the Reichstag fire the sinking of the USS Maine the assassination of Franz Ferdinand D?

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  2. History

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  5. history

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  6. history

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  8. Unit 3 The Modern World Unit Test

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  9. Social Studies HELP!!!

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  10. History

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  11. Social studies

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  12. social studies

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  13. history

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  14. History

    Which event sparked the beginning of World War I in Europe? assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand the sinking by the Germans of the Lusitania Germany’s invasion of Poland Japan’s bombing of Pearl Harbor A?

  15. Social Studies

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  16. history

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  17. World History

    Which event is credited with starting World War I? the attack on the Lusitania the Reichstag fire the sinking of the USS Maine the assassination of Franz Ferdinand D?

  18. world history

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  19. history? help

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  20. world history

    Which event led to World War I?

  21. world history 9

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  22. History

    1) Which event started world war 1? A. the sinking of the Lusitana B. Germany's invasion of Russia. C.the assassination of Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary. D.the landing of the U.S troops in force.

  23. Social Studies

    1.Who were the members of the Triple Alliance? The Triple Entente? 2. What single event set in motion the start of world war 1. 3. Which of the forces at work in Europe played the greatest role in helping to prompt the outbreak of World War 1? 4. Do you

  24. world history

    Which event in Europe waher war world 2 was responsible for the beginning of the cold war?

  25. Social Studies

    which of the following events most directly lead to American military involvement in world war 2? A: the Japanese attack on pearl Harbor. B: the bombing of London C: the soviet Union entering the war. D: Germany's invasion of Poland

  26. civics

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  27. Social Studies

    World War I 1. The alliance system was supposed to prevent war, but it turned a local conflict into a general European war. Why did it fail so badly? 2. World War I cost Germany and other European countries on an economic and a social level. How were

  28. Tx History

    Which event led to United States involvement in World War II? A. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. B. The Axis powers waged war. C. The Allies invaded Normandy. D. U.S. allies were being attacked.

  29. History

    In the early to mid 1900s, fascist dictatorships led by Mussolini and Hitler extended their imperial forces throughout Europe and other parts of the world. After World War II, however, power shifted to nations with far different ideologies. How did the

  30. Civics

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  31. History

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  32. history

    Why did Japan attack China in 1937, launching the Second Sino-Japanese War? to spread Communism to other parts of Asia to secure a buffer area against a potential Soviet attack on Japan to secure natural resources for its growing economy and military to

  33. History

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  34. World History

    Which event led the United States away from isolationism? A. Sinking of the Lusitania B. Attack on Pearl Harbor C. Zimmermann telegram D. Attack on the USS Maine Is the answer B?

  35. U. S. History

    Which event demostrated that the continental U.S. is not geographically protected from an enemy attack by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans? The Civil War, World War I, Gulf War of 1991, or the terrorists attacks of September 11,2001 I know the Civil War and

  36. Social Studies

    1) Which was a major contribution of Georgia during world war 2? 2) Which describes an effect of world war 2 on the state of Georgia? Select all that apply. 3) which event resulted in Japan's surrender and the end world war 2 in the pacific?

  37. History

    Could someone please help me with this? Assume the role of an American journalist during World War II. Write three newspaper headlines that indicate the significance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Each headline must report the same event from a different

  38. history/world war 1

    for this assignment i'm doing i have to list 3 specific reason for why the U.S joined world war one and i can only think of 2 which are 1.german submarine warfare(sinking of the Lusitania 2.Zimmerman telegram thanks!

  39. history

    I have to write an essay on the role Germany had in World War 1 between 1914 and 1920. I need to have three key points but I can only think of one. So far i have a paragraph about how Germany attacked the Lusitania and killed innocent civilians. -would

  40. History

    Please give me suggestion on this essay that I wrote. Thanks. Discuss the origins of World War I. Can any single country be blamed for starting the war? In what ways did the alliance system, implemented to maintain a peaceful balance of power in Europe, in

  41. us history

    Prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States was very much divided about entry into World War II. Many isolationists opposed U.S. involvement, while others felt we had a responsibility to act in the face of such aggression. You will be writing an

  42. Social Studies

    Nazis killed about how many Jews in the Holocaust of World War II? A. 10,000 B. 100,000*** C. 500,000 D. 6 million The Homestead Act of 1862 gave free what to settlers? A. food B. water C. houses D. land*** which of the following was NOT granted to the

  43. English

    What event (or events) mainly caused the fall of the British Empire? A. World War II B. the colonies rose up and fought back against the empire C. infighting between the British leaders caused it to implode from within D. both World War I and World War II

  44. U.S. History

    TRUE OR FALSE (The First World War) 1. Until 1915, most Americans thought of the war as a European conflict that would have little effect in the United States. 2. Big Berthas were massive ships used to transport German troops. 3. The Treaty of Versailles

  45. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Never since the war begins has there been such a week of dramatic and world Shaking events as in the past seven days. Since last Sunday when japan attack America’s outposts without warning the week has been grim. It draw’s to a close with the hole

  46. japan

    Never since the war begins has there been such a week of dramatic and world Shaking events as in the past seven days. Since last sunday when japan attack Americas outposts Without warning the week has been grim. It draw’s to a close with the hole world

  47. english

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  48. social studies

    1. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Revolution? A. The Bolsheviks seized power.*** B. The czar regained the throne. C. Russia developed a democracy. D. Russian dictatorship came to an end. 2. How might Germany react to the peace

  49. history

    Define the term “Cold War”. Why were both the Soviet Union and the United States fearful of starting an outright war with each other? Detail one event or situation that brought both sides close to nuclear war. (Ex. Cuban Missile Crisis)

  50. socials

    Compare Canadians' reaction to the announcement of World War I with that of World War II. Why did many people volunteer? Well this what my friend said. The World War I announcement shattered Canadian's hearts, they were not willing to help with the war

  51. social studies

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  52. History

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  53. Social Studies

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  54. One SS Question!

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  55. history

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  56. history

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  57. Social Studies

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  58. Social Studies again!

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  59. HIS 125

    • Create a timeline of four to six significant events that occurred during World War II. o Include the following in your timeline:  The year the event occurred  The name and a short description of the event  A short explanation of why the event

  60. American History

    1. Perhaps the most important international result of World War II was a. the emergence of the Cold War. b. Britain's return to world dominance. c. the elimination of Germany from world affairs. d. America's return to isolationism.

  61. U,S History

    Please help me! I am writing this article. It is an article prior to the attack on pearl harbor. I have to choose if 1) the u.s should enter the war and help the allies or 2) The U.S should remian neurtral in world affairs and stay out of the war. I chose

  62. History

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  63. English

    a persuasive article starting with an event like "On October 18, 1990, a young man waked into St. Paul's Cathedral in London England....." Is this an effective method to interest the reader. Also, is starting a persuasive article or essay with a historical

  64. History

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  65. world history

    Source-(The event which finally triggered war came on 28th June in Sarajevo, a town in the Austro-Hungarian Provence of Bosnia) How important was the assassinations of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in causing the First World War? (5 marks)

  66. history

    o What were Americans afraid of during the Cold War? o How did the alliances formed during World War II change after World War II because of the Cold War? o How did Cold War ideology and policies affect U.S. foreign policy from the 1940s through the 1950s?

  67. S.S

    Which of the following was an effect of World War II? A. The American economy worsened after World War II. B. African American military personnel were accepted into white society as equals. C. The American economy improved after World War II. D. The Axis

  68. Social Studies

    What event helped cause world war 2?> was it the German invasion of Poland ?

  69. history

    what event(s) helped lead the USA to the joining World War two ?

  70. History

    What new idea about the role of the United States in the world emerged as a result of World War II? A:Only a return to U.S. isolationism could prevent future conflicts. B:U.S. prosperity hinged on the world peace and economic development C:The war had

  71. World History

    1.) INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: Why is there such a massive gap in the world today between rich and poor nations? 2.) IMPERIALISM: How does imperialism continue to affect the world we live in? 3.) WORLD WAR I: How did World War I and new scientific advances

  72. World History

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  73. Essay help :)

    Here is my essay: All About The Greek Wars War is a devastating human activity, one that hurts populations, destroys property, and destroys political and social structures for places where humans live. The history of mankind has been a history of warfare

  74. social studies

    During the Spanish Civil War, Republicans fought to support a democratic government for Spain while Nationalists fought to support a Spanish dictatorship. What effect did the Spanish Civil War have on the buildup to World War II? A.The civil war was the

  75. History

    What was the significance of the Battle of Tannenberg in World War I? The defeat of British forces shifted the Allied war focus to defeating the Ottoman Empire. The attack on civilians by German war boats during the battle led to the United States entering

  76. World History

    What was the significance of the Battle of Tannenberg in World War I? a.) The incoming British military forces amply supplied the Allied lines to prevent Germany from invading Paris. b.)The attack on civilians by German war boats during the battle led to

  77. History

    which event led to united states involvement in world war 2 A. the Japanese attacked pearl harbor B. the axis powers waged war C. the allies invaded Normandy D. U.S allies were being attacked

  78. History

    Am I correct? Which event led to United States involvement in World War II? A. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. *** B. The Axis powers waged war. C. The Allies invaded Normandy. D. U.S. allies were being attacked.

  79. History

    Name two nations in Eastern Europe that were considered to be under Soviet Union influence after World War II? My answer...is Hungary and Poland. Are these correct? Name two new countries that exist after World War II, but not during World War I? My answer

  80. Ethics In Tech

    The Census Bureau has not always kept confidential the information it has collected. According to the textbook, this became apparent: A. during the Civil War. B. after the attack on Pearl Harbor. C. during the Vietnam War. D. during the first Gulf War. is

  81. History

    Compare and contrast the war efforts of the united states to remain neutral in World War 1 and World War 2.

  82. social studies

    which event contributed most to the settlement of Muslim people in Islam? exodus diaspora>>> holocaust world war 2

  83. history

    if the Nazi won both the world war or one of the world war, how would the people's lifestyle would be like, around the world especially the neighboring countries of Germany.

  84. History

    which conclusion is best supported by the fact that the United States did not enter World War II until 1942 a. US leaders did not believe that the events of the war justified involvement until 1942 b. Germany had not been involved in the World War II until

  85. american government

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  86. SS

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  87. social studies

    which event contributed most significantly to the settlement of Muslim people in Israel? A.Exodus B.diaspora C.Holocaust D.world war 2 my answer is B.

  88. Social studies

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  89. U.S. History (Check)(REED)

    1. During the 2000 election, it came down to a 400 difference in what state? A: Florida 2. Why was the United States involved in the Persian Gulf War? A: To expel Iraq from Kuwait, which has one of the largest oil reserves in the world, and protect our

  90. U.S. History (Check!)

    . During the 2000 election, it came down to a 400 difference in what state? A: Florida 2. Why was the United States involved in the Persian Gulf War? A: To expel Iraq from Kuwait, which has one of the largest oil reserves in the world, and protect our

  91. flvs

    By now, you should be familiar with the causes and alliances of World War I and understand why the war began, who fought in the war, and the way the war was fought. Assignment: Are you the type of person who likes to write? Do you feel like writing helps

  92. SS help plz

    Why did German ships begin to attack us ships in 1941 before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor? a. Germany wanted to weaken the United States b. Germany declared war on the United States c. The U.S disagreed with Nazi expansion and values d. The U.S

  93. history

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  94. Modern World History

    World War One Can someone tell me the final chain of events that led the world to war.. What was the final chain of events that led the world to war? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I Be sure to go to the box which serves as a table of contents for

  95. Geography (Ms. Sue)

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  96. Accounts

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  97. world hitory

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  98. SS HELP PLZ

    10.What event helped the World War II?(2 points) .The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. .The decline of Nationalism. .The German invasion of Poland. The end of serfdom in Russia.

  99. Math

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  100. Texas history

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