Which identifies points of the agreement between the Soviet Union and other allied powers at the Yalta conference? A) The immediate execution of the highest ranking nazi officials B) The division of Germany into four allied occupation zones C) The

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  1. Social Studies

    Someone please help me! Which of the following was a result of communism in the Soviet Union? A. The free market controlled the economy. B. Citizens enjoyed freedom of speech. C. Elections were free and fair. D. Farms were collectivized by the government.

  2. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). What was the extent of the Russian Empire's expansion between the 9th century and the end of the 17th century? A: The Russian Empire's expansion extended to the Pacific Ocean by the end of the 17th century. 2). What were the origins of the Soviet

  3. World History

    Why did rogue states become more prominent following the Soviet Union’s collapse? I know what a rogue state is but I don't know why it is involved with the Soviet Union and their collapse. I also know that it has something to do with the Cold War. Can

  4. Social Studies

    Which of the following was a result of communism in the Soviet Union? A. The free market controlled the economy.+ B. Citizens enjoyed freedom of speech. C. Elections were free and fair. D. Farms were collectivized by the government. Which of the following

  5. History

    Which explains how the Cold War affected politics in Nicaragua in the 1980s? A- The country was blockaded by NATO because of its alliance with the Soviet Union. B- The United States armed Nicaraguan Contras against the Socialist government in a civil war.

  6. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). Where are most of the region's (Russia and the Republics) smaller republics located? A: ? 2). What was the largest republic in the Soviet Union? What is the largest republic in the region today? A: ? 3). To which of the Soviet Union Socialist Republics

  7. History

    Which identifies the significance of the Nuremberg trials? ensured the execution of every high-ranking Nazi official created four Allied occupation zones in postwar Germany provided a precedent for international cooperation and justice for all war crimes

  8. Social Studies

    Help me please! Which is the best example of how Reagan dealt with the Soviet Union from a position of strength? development of the Strategic Defense Initiative U.S. withdrawal of the SALT II treaty from Senate approval Reagan condemning martial law in

  9. World History

    Which most accurately describes the impact that the collapse of the Soviet Union had on the Middle East? The Soviet collapse extended the influence of democracy with free elections throughout the Middle East. The Soviet collapse allowed the United States

  10. History

    During the Yalta Conference, what did President Roosevelt promise Premier Stalin in exchange for the Soviet Union joining the Pacific War against Japan? 1. The Soviet Union would gain a sphere of influence in Manchuria. 2. The Soviet Union would be granted

  11. history

    Which identifies the defensive military agreement made by Germany, Italy, and Japan in 1940? Axis Agreement Triple Alliance Allied Pact Tripartite Pact a

  12. Social Studies

    What was one positive outcome of the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. It created an opening for talks between the United States and the Soviet Union.** B. It brought an end to communist control of Cuba. C. It halted the arms race between the United States and the

  13. history

    What impact did the Reagan Doctrine have on the Soviet Union? The Reagan Doctrine extended economic aid to first-world nations in an attempt to supplant Communist leanings. The United States extended the Roosevelt Corollary to include the Soviet Union from

  14. Social Studies

    How did the Soviet Union come to dominate Eastern Europe after World War II? A. by supporting communist parties in democratic elections B. by keeping troops in the region and setting up communist governments ** C. by agreeing with the United States to

  15. History

    Which identifies points of the agreement between the Soviet Union and other allied powers at the Yalta conference? A) The immediate execution of the highest ranking nazi officials B) The division of Germany into four allied occupation zones C) The

  16. American Government

    Which of the following statements is true of the Soviet union in the decades after the Bolshevik revolution? A. The Soviet Union failed to industrialize or become a military power B. The Soviet Union became a democratic republic with an emphasis on

  17. History

    Which identifies the significance of the Nuremberg trials? a.ensured the execution of every high-ranking Nazi official b.created four Allied occupation zones in postwar Germany c.provided a precedent for international cooperation and justice for all war

  18. History

    Which identifies points of the agreement between the Soviet Union and the other Allied powers at the Yalta Conference? Select all that apply. the immediate execution of the highest-ranking Nazi officials the establishment of a communist regime over Germany

  19. History

    Which identifies points of the agreement between the Soviet Union and the other Allied powers at the Yalta Conference? Select all that apply. the establishment of a communist regime over Germany the division of Germany into four Allied occupation zones the

  20. Social Studies

    How did Joseph Stalin try to improve the Soviet Union’s economy under his five-year plans? Select all that apply. A. He placed the entire Soviet economy under government control.* B. He encouraged the Soviet people to embrace fascism.* C. He forced

  21. World History

    During the Yalta Conference, what did President Roosevelt promise Premier Stalin in exchange for the Soviet Union joining the Pacific War against Japan? The Soviet Union would control the Japanese islands and Taiwan. The Soviet Union would gain a sphere of

  22. History

    As a result of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, A. the Soviet Union ended all nuclear testing. B. nearly 40 countries ended aboveground nuclear tests.*** C. relations between the United States and the Soviet Union worsened. D. the United States and the Soviet

  23. ss

    What was known as Hitler's Final Solution? A. the genocide of European Jews B. the arrival of Allied soldiers on the shores of Normandy C. the invasion of Germany by the Allies D. the invasion of the Soviet Union by Germany

  24. history

    What was known as Hitler's Final Solution? A.the genocide of European Jews B.the arrival of Allied soldiers on the shores of Normandy C.the invasion of Germany by the Allies D.the invasion of the Soviet Union by Germany Please help!

  25. social studies

    Which of the following was a reason for the outbreak of the Cold War? A. disagreements over war payments by Germany B. direct military conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union**** C. an alliance formed by the United States and the Soviet

  26. Social Studies

    Which of the following increased tension between America and the Soviet Union after World War II? My best guess is B. I base my knowledge on this because I know that the Soviets believed strongly in the veto power. (Wikipedia) Am I right? The Soviets

  27. History please help ASAP!!!

    Which of the following was not part of the Allied Powers? a. Poland b. Italy c. Britain d. Soviet Union

  28. Check my answers?

    The passage: For decades, America has been locked in hostile confrontation with the two great Communist powers, the Soviet Union and the People’s Republic of China. We were engaged with the one at many points and almost totally isolated from the other,

  29. Social Studies

    Which of the following is a reason for the collapse of the Soviet Union? A. The Soviet Union put all its resources on building the military. B. The Soviet Union allowed too much freedom of expression. C. The Soviet Union reduced its control of the

  30. history

    What options best indicate ways in which the collapse of the Soviet Union affected other governments? (Select all that apply.) States that had been under Soviet control became free to plot their own futures. Ambassadors to the former Soviet Union had to be

  31. world history

    3. How did the Soviet Union respond to the normalization of relations between China and the United States? (1 point)Brezhnev invited Nixon to visit Moscow. Soviet companies set up a thriving trade with China. The Soviet Union cut off diplomatic relations

  32. Social Studies

    what was the maastricht treaty A.The agreement that reunified Germany B. The agreement that made the European Union C.The agreement that founded the Warsaw pact. D.The agreement that established NATO***

  33. Which of the following best explains why the Sovie

    Which of the following best explains why the Soviet Union collapsed? A. The free market economy was thriving. B. Stalin took control of the Soviet government. C. There was widespread opposition from the Soviet people. D. The green revolution increased food

  34. social studies

    PLEASE CHECK 1. what was one immediate effect of the Cold War on South Carolina and the nation? a. travel for pleasure was drastically reduced b. it was more difficult to obtain goods from foreign countries* c. the united states and germany continued to be

  35. history

    Which most accurately describes the impact that the collapse of the Soviet Union had on the Middle East? a) The Soviet collapse allowed the United States to gain control of natural resources in the Middle East. b) The Soviet collapse extended the influence

  36. LAL

    (E)Essential and (NON)nonessential clauses check if these are right. do any sentence need commas? thx 1. the explorers whom i most admire are astronauts. (E) 2. one man who made space travel possible was Robert.(E) 3.goddard who tested many rockets helped

  37. World History- (Ms. Sue)

    What is the significance of labor union? My answer is labor union is significant because the major importance of a labor union is to organize the workers in order to make available a organization to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement with the

  38. History

    What effect did the Reagan Doctrine have on the Soviet Union? A. The Reagan Doctrine extended economic aid to first-world nations in an attempt to supplant Communist leanings. B. The United States hoped to roll back the influence of Communism by actively

  39. sociol studies

    plse help me 1. How African Americans were used by the U.s army, and french army (world war 1) 2. (ww1) countries in the allied powers and centeral powers? 3.goals of the panama canal? plse help me and thx you so very much

  40. WWII

    Who were the Allied Powers during WWII?

  41. History

    1.What was one thing President Nixon did in an attempt to improve relations with the Soviet Union? A. established relations with China

  42. American Government

    Hi, I need some help with a couple government questions. 1. State governments could print their own paper money under the articles of confederation. True or False **my answer=true 2. Which of the following explains changes that happened in U.S. foreign

  43. Social Studies

    PLZ HELP!!!!!!!! MY GRADE DEPENDS ON THIS!!!!! Out of the nearly seven billion people living on Earth, about how many have access to the internet? A. Fewer than one billion B. Slightly less than half C. Slightly more than half D. More than 90 percent What

  44. social studies

    which is the best example of how Reagan dealt with the soviet union from a position of strength. 1) development of strategic defense initiative 2) US withdrawal of the salt ll treaty from senate approval 3) Reagan condemning martial law in Poland** 4) US

  45. History

    Name the 3 countries and their leaders of the Allied Powers during World War II.

  46. world history

    Which identifies points of the agreement between the Soviet Union and other allied powers at the Yalta conference? A) The immediate execution of the highest ranking nazi officials B) The division of Germany into four allied occupation zones C) The

  47. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). What was the extent of the Russian Empire's expansion between the 9th century and the end of the 17th century? A: The Russian Empire's expansion extended to the Pacific Ocean by the end of the 17th century. 2). What were the origins of the Soviet

  48. Global History

    What were the differing politucal and economic systems between the US and Soviet Union that helped lead to the Cold War? I know that the political difference was that the US was democratic and the Soviet Union were communists. However, if the US economic

  49. history

    Why did the Allied Powers try to appease Nazi Germany before WWII? All of the following were reasons for appeasement.*** World War I was so terrible that many leaders never wanted another war Many people thought the newly-strengthened Soviet Union was a

  50. history

    Which identifies the effect of the Pact of Steel? It formed an early alliance between the Axis powers of Germany and Italy. It gave Italian forces the military surplus needed to invade North Africa. It promoted attacks on Poland by Germany and the Soviet

  51. History

    Which describes the necessity of American intervention in World War II that benefited the Soviet Union? a.The onset of winter in Russia would decrease Soviet military production and lead to an onslaught by the Nazi army. b.The Soviet Union needed the

  52. Social Studies

    What effect did United States policy have on the Soviet Unions war in Afghanistan and why did Soviet troops finally withdraw from Afghanistan in 1989? A. With U.S. support, the Soviet Union defeated the Afghan rebel forces. B. During peace talks, Ronald

  53. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). What were the origins of the Soviet Union? A:The Soviet Union begun when the Communist Party has organized the different peoples absorbed during the centuries of Russia's imperial expansion, as well as by union treaty?

  54. 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.

  55. world history

    What impact did the collapse of the Soviet Union have on the end of segregation in South Africa? a- The decline of the Soviet Union allowed for the United Nations to intervene in the segregation policies of the South African government. b-The decline of

  56. History

    What impact did the collapse of the Soviet Union have on the end of segregation in South Africa? A. The decline of the Soviet Union allowed for the United Nations to intervene in the segregation policies of the South African government. B. The decline of

  57. Social Studies 2

    What were the closest non-Communist European countries to the Soviet Union? Finland had a long history of trade and cordial diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union. After 1984, France, Austria, the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), and Italy

  58. History

    What options best indicate ways in which the collapse of the Soviet Union affected other governments? (Select all that apply.) a. Ambassadors to the former Soviet Union had to be reassigned to the new republics b. States could establish their own Communist

  59. US History

    For decades, America has been locked in hostile confrontation with the two great Communist powers, the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China. We were engaged with the one at many points and almost totally isolated from the other, but our

  60. history

    What was the perspective of Americans on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan? Americans fought President Carter’s attempt to wage war against the Soviet Union over the invasion. Americans backed President Carter’s sanctions and embargoes on the Soviet

  61. World history

    Need help ASAP What was one result of Hitlers invasion of the soviet union. A: Germany gained access to soviet factory's and farms. B: Stalin fled to the soviet union. C: Germany was able to take control of Leningrad. D: Churchill and Stalin became allies

  62. history

    i need ti write a paper on why the soviet union is to blame for the cold war. could an example i cit be when the soviet union invaded afghanistan?

  63. social studies

    8. What was the main reason the Soviet Union crumbled in the 1980's? A) Glasnost led to rebellion against communist rule around the world. *** B) The Soviet economy could not match U.S. military spending while meeting citizens' demand for consumer goods.

  64. College International Affairs

    How did the US affect the dissolution of the Soviet Union? What was the US/ Soviet Union relationship at the time period?

  65. Social Studies

    What was the main reason the Soviet Union crumbled in the 1980s? A. Glasnost led to rebellion against communist rule around the world. B. The Soviet economy could not match U.S. military spending while meeting citizens' demand for consumer goods. C.

  66. U.S History

    After World War II, the United States offered aid to the nations of Eastern Europe. Why did the nations turn down the aid? MY ANSWER>>> After the war the united states and the soviet union distrusted each other, both were involved in the Cold War. At that

  67. Geography

    Is this correct? 20. Communist governments in Eastern Europe were established by the a. Poles during the 1800s b. Russians after the Russian Revolution in 1917 c. Soviet Union at the end of World War II d. Soviet Union during the Cold War C?

  68. History

    Which Allied invasion helped ease the German advance into the Soviet Union? Sicily Invasion Normandy Invasion Invasion of Berlin Invasion of Paris D?

  69. Business

    Several employees have been handing out union pamphlets in the parking lot of the hospital. Employees are talking about whether to join the union or not. Some of the managers have joined together and fired employees who were interested in the union to keep

  70. european history

    hi. I was wondering if this is a good concrete detail. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the leaders of 11 of the 15 constituent republics of the Soviet Union met in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan, and signed the Charter of the Commonwealth of Independent States,

  71. Social Studies

    which of the following is the best description of a reason the Soviet Union collapsed ? A) Development of the Strategic Defense Initiative * B) The stars wars defense system was successful C) Gorbachev allowed political parties other than his own D) A

  72. us history

    After World War II, the United States offered aid to the nations of Eastern Europe. Why did the nations turn down the aid? This is my answer i just want to know if I'm right or missing any information. Or if it makes any sense! After the war, the united

  73. World History

    I need help putting these in chronological order: Munich agreement Attack on Poland Invasion of the Soviet Union Recapture of the Philippines by Allies Invasion of Italy Thanks -MC

  74. history

    What led to the invasion of Rome? a) the fall of Florence to the Allied forces b) the defeat of the Axis powers at Anzio c) the capture of the Rhine River d) the Allied victory at Utah beach

  75. HISTORY

    Does this sentence make any sense and is it accurate? The Soviet Union, however, rejected the Marshall Plan due to the belief that they could not keep a close eye on the satellite states in the Eastern bloc and that the West was trying to enforce their

  76. western experience

    Can someone please check my answers? 1. In the early 1970s the only European nation capable of meeting its own oil production needs was A. Great Britain B. France C. Germany D. the soviet union E. Spain D. The soviet union 2. Which group has seen its

  77. Social Studes

    What connection existed between Gorbachev's desire to improve the Soviet Union and the Soviet Union's relationship with the United States? A.Gorbachev wanted to export manufactured goods to the United States. B. Gorbachev wanted to invest in new weapons

  78. Geography

    In an effort to help Japan recover from the devastating effects of the 1929 depression, Japanese military leaders in the 1930s...? A. adopted a policy of imperialist expansion. B. formed an alliance with the Soviet Union. C. negotiated more trade treaties

  79. U.S History

    Question: Which event occurred during the George H.W. Bush Administration Answers: A. The release of hostages in Iran B. The fall of Soviet Union C. The war of Grenada D. The Vietnam War My Answer: I believe it is B, "The fall of Soviet Union", this answer

  80. History

    Which identifies the event that established a Communist government in Russia in 1917? a. Soviet Rebellion b. Bolshevik Revolution c. Red Uprising d. Russian Civil War Is it A, the Soviet Rebellion?

  81. History

    The Space Race during the Cold War a) became a matter of national pride for only the Soviet Union b) became a source of fierce competition between European powers c) was used by U.S. politicians to distract attention from other policy successes d) had

  82. SOCIAL STUDIES

    How did the end of the Cold War contribute to the Clinton-era economic boom? A.)People were no longer afraid and were willing to spend more money on luxury goods B.)Americans welcomed people from the former soviet Union into the U.S job market C.)Costly

  83. social studies

    In what major way did conflict in the Middle East affect the economy in the United States? A. Conflict in the Middle East caused a sharp drop in energy prices in the United States. B. Conflict in the Middle East disrupted U.S. exports to that region, an

  84. 6th Geography

    what happened to Russia after the fall of the soviet union? a) ethnic conmflicts and spartists movements threatened stability b) most soviet satellites chose to remain part of russia c) the nation acheived a level of stability never seen before d) most

  85. Social Studies

    Which of the following was a reason for the outbreak of the Cold War? A. disagreements over war payments by Germany B. direct military conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union C. an alliance formed by the United States and the Soviet Union

  86. history

    Which of the following was a reason for the outbreak of the Cold War? A. disagreements over war payments by Germany B. direct military conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union C. an alliance formed by the United States and the Soviet Union

  87. Social studies

    Why did the soviet union want to prevent a united West Berlin. A It would allow west Germans to enter freely in east germany. B It would be considered a threat to the Soviet Union C It would draw valuable natural resources D It would make West Berlin

  88. Social Studies

    What happened in the end of world war 1? A.Archduke Franzer Ferdinand was made ruler of the central powers. B.Germany and Austria-Hungary were forced to sign the treaty of versaills, which set out harsh punishments for them. C.The central powers were

  89. Social Studies

    If someone could check my answers that would be great :) 1. What did the effect of the breakup on the Soviet Union have on Cubans? a.Food, medicane, and tools became scarce in Cuba b. Cuba was divided into smaller territories c. The Soviet Union granted

  90. history

    How did the Congressional response to the Soviet-Afghan War change Americans’ perspectives about the global role of the United States? Americans viewed intervention in Afghanistan as another attempt to stop the spread of Communism. Americans believed

  91. Geography

    I had to write on this topic- It has been said that Eastern Europe is a political region more than a physical region. Would you agree or disagree with this statement? And this is what I got: I agree that Eastern Europe is a political region more than a

  92. history

    What was the impact of the involvement of the Soviet Union in the Pacific Theater during World War II? a. The Soviet campaigns in the Pacific Theater led to the division of Korea. b. Soviet involvement in the Pacific Theater led to rise of Communism in

  93. history

    What was the impact of the involvement of the Soviet Union in the Pacific Theater during World War II? a. The Soviet campaigns in the Pacific Theater led to the division of Korea. b. Soviet involvement in the Pacific Theater led to rise of Communism in

  94. Social Studies

    How did the Soviet Union come to dominate Eastern Europe after World War II? A. by supporting communist parties in democratic elections B. by keeping troops in the region and setting up communist governments++ C. by agreeing with the United States to

  95. History

    Explain the ideological differences between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War. What are TWO conflicts the United States and the Soviet Union became involved in during the Cold War?

  96. Finance

    The following balance sheet extract relates to the Allied Insurance Company Bonds Payable $1,000,000 Preferred Stock $2,000,000 Common Stock $3,000,000 Additional Information: 1. The bonds are 8%, annual coupon bonds, with 9 years to maturity and are

  97. World history CHECK my answers please

    9. Thousands of Japanese American were forced to leave their homes and live in government provided communities for the duration of WWII. These temporary housing units were called: Tenement Housing Internment Camps**** 13. Why was the Korean War significant

  98. U.S. History (Check!)

    1. What was the philosophy Massive Retaliation held by Eisenhower? How did that philosophy lead to an arms race with the Soviet Union? A: Massive Retaliation was an idea that you would threaten to use nuclear weapons if a Communist state tried to seize

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

    1. What was the philosophy Massive Retaliation held by Eisenhower? How did that philosophy lead to an arms race with the Soviet Union? A: Massive Retaliation was an idea that you would threaten to use nuclear weapons if a Communist state tried to seize

  100. world history

    What is the name of the battle fought on the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union between August 1942 and February 1943 that evolved into a bitter street-by-street, house-by-house struggle between the German and soviet armies?

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