Which of the following are the main factors that led to World War I? Select the two correct answers. A. the rise of fascism in some European countries B. the invention of nuclear weapons and disagreement over their use** C

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  1. History

    1. What two factors caused retrenchment from 1731-1745? A. Apache raids and poorly timed military cutbacks B. Border disputes and attack on the french C. The Mexican war of independence and the Spanish American war D. Wars in Europe and numerous failed

  2. history

    Which explains the effects of the Congress of Vienna? The Congress of Vienna’s creation of an economically connected Europe allowed for the creation of the European Union. The Congress of Vienna’s decision to unify Germany created conflict in Eastern

  3. history

    How did World War I contribute to political change in Russia? Russia’s victories in World War I led to Czar Nicholas’s abdication and retirement. War on the western front devastated Russia’s army, causing Czar Nicholas to abdicate. Fuel and food

  4. WORLD HISTORY

    What effect did the eastern front have on World War I? (Select all that apply.) The heavy Russian losses, combined with food and fuel shortages, led to the abdication of Czar Nicholas II. The eastern front weakened German and Austro-Hungarian forces,

  5. history

    Which identifies how World War I influenced the Lost Generation of writers? World War I destroyed many universities in Europe, leading to a decline in literary studies. Their experiences in World War I led them to produce literature with raw themes such as

  6. History

    What impact did World War I have on Russia? a.Russia’s territorial losses in the Baltic region led it to sign the Versailles Treaty to end its involvement. b.Russia’s high casualty rate led Czar Nicholas II to abandon the war effort to save civilian

  7. World History B

    Which analyze effects of World War I on the internal politics of Russia? (Select all that apply.) A)Communists were able to gain power through a second revolution in the political chaos of the war. B) Russia’s alliance with emerging democracies of France

  8. History

    Which factor contributed to the massive loss of human lives during World War I? A. Rough terrain in Europe led to ineffective transportation of the wounded, leading to needless deaths due to the lack of medical care. B. Europeans experienced widespread

  9. history

    Which event led Europe toward World War II? Neutrality Act Battle of Britain Invasion of Poland Operation Barbarossa a

  10. history

    What was the significance of the Soviet Union’s invasion of Korea during World War II? The Japanese surrendered out of fear of the Soviet army. Dual occupation of Korea led to the Korean War. China joined the war to provide support in the Pacific

  11. history

    what impact did world war 1 have on russia? a. russias high casualty rate led czar nicholas to abandon the war effort to save civilians lives b. russias shattetrf economy forced the sale of territory to finacne its war efforts on the estern front c.

  12. History

    Which analyze effects of World War I on the internal politics of Russia? (Select all that apply.) Communists were able to gain power through a second revolution in the political chaos of the war. Russia’s alliance with emerging democracies of France and

  13. American History

    How did the British victory in the French and Indian War lead to the American Revolution? Loss of land by the colonists to the French led to resentment in the colonies. The French and Indian War led the colonies into the Seven Years’ War. British debt

  14. US History

    How did the British victory in the French and Indian War lead to the American Revolution? Loss of land by the colonists to the French led to resentment in the colonies. The complex terms of the Treaty of Versailles led colonists to believe they were

  15. Social studies

    Many colonies in the Pacific islands began demanding independence A. During World War I B. When Japan seized control over the islanders during World war II C. After the defeat of Japan in World War II D. Soon after being colonized by European powers

  16. Social Studies HELP!!!

    After World War II, the United States fought in which of these wars in order to keep more countries in Asia from becoming communist? * 1 point A. the First Iraq War B. the French and Indian War C. the War in Afghanistan & the Gulf War D. the Korean War &

  17. AP European History

    What were the factors responsible for western europe's domination of world trade from 1650-1800? i have to know 2 economic factors, 2 technological factors, and 2 institutional factors. please help this is going to be on a test that i' taking

  18. History

    7. Which technologies and conditions made World War I a new kind of war? Select all that apply. a. Trench warfare b. Field hospitals and medics c. gunpowder and cannons d. heavy naval combat e. poison gas f. rapid-fire machine guns

  19. Social Studies

    How did forced assimilation effect Aboriginal children? A. It encouraged the children to learn their own language. B. It caused the children to be taken from their families. C. It forced the children to leave Australia. D. It guaranteed the children equal

  20. 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

  21. History

    What effect did the demobilization that followed World War I have on the American workforce? A) Members of labor unions were viewed as disloyal and were monitored by the FBI. Eliminate B) Thousands of women and African-Americans lost their jobs as

  22. history

    during world war 2, the allied invasion of france and d-day (june 6,1944) was significant because it 1 demostrated the power of the atomic bomb 2 led to the immediate surrender of german and italian forces 3 resulted successful german revolt against hitler

  23. social studies

    Which of the following are the main factors that led to World War I? Select the two correct answers. A. the rise of fascism in some European countries B. the invention of nuclear weapons and disagreement over their use** C. the assassination of Archduke

  24. amrican history

    what were the factors that led to world war 1

  25. us history

    i need help finding a topic of conflict so i can explain how historical and economic factors helped cause the conflict during world war two You could investigate the conflict of lands formerly held by Germany, but taken away after WW I. You could also

  26. History

    What effect did the eastern front have on World War I? (Select all that apply.) The heavy Russian losses, combined with food and fuel shortages, led to the abdication of Czar Nicholas II. The eastern front was closed within one year and did not have an

  27. 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

  28. Social Studies

    What was the main reason for Cold War conflicts between the superpowers? A. differences over political ideologies**** B. the peace terms of World War II C. the Soviet refusal to sign arms agreements D. U.S. trade agreements with China

  29. Social Studies

    1. How did World War 1 change warfare? A. By introducing the atomic bomb B. By showing the effectiveness of trench warfare C. By using tanks, airplanes, and machine guns D. By demonstrating the success of the blitzkrieg 2. Which of the following was a

  30. history

    1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point) She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war.*** She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war. She represented all people who worked hard during the war. She

  31. 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?

  32. History

    Who started the cold war? truman or stalin? 3 reasons why? my work: Many historians believe that Harry Truman was the one who started the cold war. There is no specific event that led to the cold war but the war mainly broke out because the US and the

  33. history

    Which were causes of the rise of Fascism in Italy? (Select all that apply) A) widespread acceptance of socialist literature B) decline in Italian nationalism due to the defeat in World War I C) disappointment over the results of the Treaty of Versailles D)

  34. world history

    who was the President of the United States that had won re-election in 1916 on the platform "he kept us out of the war" that now led the country into world War I? Woodrow Wilson

  35. world history

    List 5 factors that led Europeans to explore the New world

  36. world history

    Which event led to World War I?

  37. world history

    What effect did the eastern front have on World War I? Select all that apply. The Central powers surrendered to the Allied powers due to their losses to Russia on the eastern front. The heavy Russian losses, combined with food and fuel shortages, led to

  38. 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

  39. Social Studies

    What were the main causes of World War 1

  40. History

    Which analyze effects of World War I on the internal politics of Russia? (Select all that apply.) a. Russia’s alliance with emerging democracies of France and Great Britain inspired it to adopt democratic reforms. b. The war prompted opposing political

  41. world history

    The main goal in the Habsburg Empire in World War 1 was?

  42. History

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

  43. History

    Answers: 1.)D 4.)C 1. In China’s civil war, the United States backed the Communists, led by Jiang Jieshi. the Communists, led by Mao Zedong. the Nationalists, led by Mao Zedong. the Nationalists, led by Jiang Jieshi. 4. What was one place on the globe

  44. history....i forgot to say...

    I forgot to say that the factors have to be things from after the Civil War....so post-war factors that promoted industrial growth in the US. thanks.

  45. Global Studies

    Please help with this FAST! Which of the following are the main factors that led to World War I? Select the two correct answers. A. the rise of fascism in some European countries B. the invention of nuclear weapons and disagreement over their use C. the

  46. history ( i would like Ms. Sue to please help me)

    I wanted to make sure that this is correct. Please give me your input. Thanks a lot!! The countries involved in World War I was Russia, France, Italy, and Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. I think Mexico was also but not

  47. 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

  48. Texas history

    Describe the factors that led to the urbanization of Texas during and after World War II

  49. history ( please give me a direct answer)

    I wanted to make sure that this is correct. Please give me your input. Thanks a lot!! The countries involved in World War I was Russia, France, Italy, and Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. I think Mexico was also but not

  50. History

    I wanted to make sure that this is correct. Please give me your input. Thanks a lot!! The countries involved in World War I was Russia, France, Italy, and Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. I think Mexico was also but not

  51. 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

  52. World History

    1. The Cossacks were a nomadic people who a. led the Russian expansion overseas b. led the Russian expansion eastward towards Siberia c. led the Russian political expansion south and west d. led the Russian expansion to the new world B? 2. the conflict

  53. american government

    Name and describe at least three key events that led to the increase of U.S. involvement in foreign affairs. Would the Spanish-American War of 1898, World War 1, and World War 2 be key events? My textbook also mentions the Cold War.

  54. History

    What effects did imperialism have on World War I? (Select all that apply.) a.Millions of colonial troops served in World War I in Europe and affected the outcome of key battles. b.Indian troops in the British Empire refused to fight and used the war as an

  55. world history

    following world war 2 what factors led to Japan's economic success? a)the adoption of eastern economic philosophy that emphasized supply and demand economy. b)the concentration on the production of high-quality agricultural products. c)efficient, modern

  56. 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

  57. History

    Following World War II, what factors led to Japan's economic success? A. The adoption of eastern economic philosophy that emphasized supply and demand economy. B. The concentration on the production of high-quality agricultural products C. Efficient,

  58. history

    Which were causes of the rise of Fascism in Italy? (Select all that apply.) widespread acceptance of socialist literature disappointment over the results of the Treaty of Versailles decline in Italian nationalism due to the defeat in World War I high

  59. u s history

    what factors led to western expansion at the the? what other factors contributed to the expansion? how has the notion of Manfiest Destiny shaped the world today?

  60. History

    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A. A socialist student uprising in france in the late 1940s forced the french government to grant vietnam full independence and

  61. History

    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A. A socialist student uprising in france in the late 1940s forced the french government to grant vietnam full independence and

  62. World History B

    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A) At the threat of an invasion from the Soviet Union, the non-Communist leader in South Vietnam resigned in favor of Communist

  63. World History !

    What world events led to the rising tide of economic nationalism that swept latin america during the late 1920 and 1930s? 1) the price of lati american exports to the united states rose during world war 1 and climbed even higher during the great

  64. History

    1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point) She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war. She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war. She represented all people who worked hard during the war. She

  65. history

    Which factors has revolutionised world history by patrick manning ?.I have written about world war and industrial but am not sure i wrote the right answers.

  66. social studies

    What were some factors that led Europeans to move to the New World?

  67. History

    How did events of the Protestant Reformation motivate religious groups to migrate to the New World? (Select all that apply.) A. Pope Innocent III launched Crusades against English Pilgrims that caused them to flee to the New World. B. French Huguenots fled

  68. History

    factors that led to the creation of Isreal and the outbreak of the 1948-49 war

  69. 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

  70. Social Studies again!

    Please help! I'm not the greatest with SS. If you answer, please exlain if ou can, this way I can understand it better. O.K, here it goes. The United States feared that the Soviets where trying to expand there power throughout the world. This fear resulted

  71. 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.

  72. civics

    Which of the following events most directly led to American military involvement in World War II? 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 Is the answer A.?

  73. Western Civilization

    I have five questions asked here. Feel free to answer just one of them, only, please use the numbering system I have set up here. Thanks so much! 1. Why do you think World War Two erupted so soon after World War One, which was supposed to have been “The

  74. american history

    What factors led the wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union to disintegrate into the Cold War?

  75. american history

    What factors led the wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union to disintegrate into the Cold War?

  76. World history

    Why is joan Arc remembered? A. She led a peasant uprising that ending feudalism. B. She led the Fresh to victories over the English in the Hundred year war. C. She led the English troops in the Hundred Years War. D. She drove the English from Calais. My

  77. 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?

  78. 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

  79. us history

    fears and predjuduces that led to the internment of Japanese-Americans during world war ll

  80. History

    Which analyze effects of World War I on the internal politics of Russia? (Select all that apply.) a. Russia’s alliance with emerging democracies of France and Great Britain inspired it to adopt democratic reforms. b. The war prompted opposing political

  81. 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

  82. 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

  83. World History

    I am not allowed to type in an internet address so just google "Women! help America's Sons Win The War poster". It should be the first few results in the 'image' section. Which of the following is the primary argument being made by this World War I

  84. History

    Following world war 11 what factors led to japans economic sucess? A. the adoption of eastern economic philosophy that emphasized supply and demand economy B. the concentration on the production of high-quality agricultural products C. efficient modern

  85. Com 220

    Hi, I am writing a sentence outline on the subject of World War II; more precisely, the events that led to the war. I am somewhat confused on how to do this on the parts that I need to state and support the argument as well as prepare against any rebuttals

  86. 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

  87. 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.

  88. 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.

  89. History

    What factors led the wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union to disintegrate into the Cold War? What would be a great short answer?

  90. ??????

    What was the main trainning center during world war 1

  91. U.S. History

    What effect did the demobilization that followed World War I have on the American workforce? A) Members of labor unions were viewed as disloyal and were monitored by the FBI. B) Thousands of women and African-Americans lost their jobs as returning

  92. 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

  93. Social Studies

    What are the factors that contributed to a growing economy in Japan after World War 2?

  94. History

    Historians have often labeled the period after World War II the “Age of Containment” or a period of “The Great Fear.” Why do you think the end of the war ushered in such a fearful age? What were some of the internal and external factors?

  95. 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.

  96. History

    1) Which of the following are reasons why world was 2 began? (select all that apply) a. Countries were strongly nationalistic.*** b. Germany declared itself democratic. c. Fascist dictators wanted to create empires. d. Germany and the Soviet Union invaded

  97. 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

  98. u.s. history

    What were three key turning points in the relationship between Britian and its colonies that led to war? This question is talking about the Revolutionary War. I cannot pinpoint 3 key turning points that led to the war. Can anyone help?

  99. american history please help very important

    I need to do very good on this and i have to find 4 events before ferdands murder that led up/contributed to the start of world war 1. And i have to give specific examples. Please help me out!!!! It would mean so much

  100. Social Studies

    How did the introduction of sugar cane affect the Spanish crown? A. It led to war with Portugal over trade. B. It led to larger profits. C. It led to decreased trade among the colonies. D. It led to a decreased demand for other trade goods.

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