World History - California Edition: Modern Times by Jackson S. Spielvogel

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C Great Britain controlled the Rhineland as a mandate. D Mussolini supported Hitler’s action. 1 2 What did the agreement that Hitler made with Stalin in 1939 allow Hitler to do? 1 3 What is the best title for this time line? 1) A demilitarization. B annexation. C ethnic cleansing. D appeasement. halted the German advance on the Soviet Union? 8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II. 2) A Midway Island. B Iwo Jima. C Okinawa. D Wake Island. 1 Put these events in order. 6 3 Which of the following conclusions is accurately drawn from this data?

D all of the above. 4) A the uncertainty principle. B stream of consciousness. C surrealism. D dadaism. 7 Students analyze the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I. 2 “We must gradually, but systematically and persistently, place our agriculture on a new technical basis, the basis of large-scale production, and bring it up to the level of socialist industry. ” 1 In this statement on his Five-Year Plan, Stalin expresses his belief that A the Soviet agricultural system is advanced. B the modernization of agricultural production is necessary.

D Since England was getting all the colonies, Germany needed to compete. 1) A B C D developing industry. direct rule. indirect rule. exporting raw materials. 4) A the United States and Spain. B Spain and Portugal. C Spain and Germany. D Spain and the Netherlands. 4 Students analyze patterns of global changes in the era of New Imperialism in at least two of the following regions or countries: Africa, Southeast Asia, China, India, Latin America, and the Philippines. 1) A ten years. B sixteen years.

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