All of the following were one of the Central Powers EXCEPT
The immediate cause of World War I is generally agreed to be the assassination of
Russia's czar and his family.
the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne.
the President of the United States.
All of the following were a part of President Wilson's Fourteen Points EXCEPT
the creation of the League of Nations.
massive reparations payable by Germany to the victors of the war.
efforts to reduce trade barriers and encourage free trade.
The "Blank Check" was issued by _________ to ___________.
Great Britain: France
The map above shows
the Schlieffen Plan.
a British attack against Germany.
an army leaving Paris.
France attacking Germany.
Trench warfare on the Western Front during World War I was characterized by which of the following?
I. Front lines that did not change very often or very much
II. Massive casualties
III. Very little fighting
I, II, and IV
II and IV
I and III
The term "Balkan Powder-Keg" reffered to
tensions in France prior to World War I.
disputes between Estonia and its neighbors during the heavy fighting of 1916.
post-World War I disagreements between Russia and Serbia.
disputes and tension between Serbia and its neighbors prior to World War I.
Which of the following was most responsible for the entry of the United States into World War I?
A close, personal bond between President Woodrow Wilson and Czar Nicholas II of Russia.
Germany's resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare.
The assassination of the King of England.
The Austro-Hungarian Ultimatum.
The "war guilt" clause in the Treaty of Versailles
required all members of the Central Powers to assume responsibility for starting World War I.
required Germany to assume responsibility for starting World War I.
required all members of the Allied Powers to assume responsibility for starting World War I.
absolved all nations involved in the war of any responsibility.
goods that are returned for repair.
the same as peace treaties.
payments demanded from the losers of a war as compensation for damage suffered during the war.
payments given from the winners of a war to the losers of the war to cover the cost of what was destroyed.
All of the following weapons were used in World War I EXCEPT
A war of attrition implies that
one party has more power than the other.
the war will be short.
the war will be spread over a vast territory.
the losing side will be defeated by exhaustion.
On the home front, both the Allies and the Central Powers
gave women the right to vote.
suffered total economic collapse
forbid the use of propaganda.
Mandates from the League of Nations were used to
bully nations into joining the League.
move troops around on the Western Front.
supply civilians with food.
give Allied nations authority to control colonies formerly held by the Central Powers.
The Twenty-One Demands were
President Wilson's war aims.
given to Germany at the Peace of Paris.
Serbia's request for assistance when it was attacked by Austria-Hungary.
presented to China by Japan shortly after the war began.
Which of the following is presented in correct chronological order?
The formation of the Triple Alliance, the Russian Revolution, the Austro-Hungarian Ultimatum, the Peace of Paris.
The Peace of Paris, the Russian Revolution, the formation of the Triple Alliance, the Austro-Hungarian Ultimatum.
The formation of the Triple Alliance, the Austro-Hungarian Ultimatum, the Russian Revolution, the Peace of Paris.
The Austro-Hungarian Ultimatum, the formation of the Triple Alliance, the Peace of Paris, the Russian Revolution.
The League of Nations was established to
prevent future conflicts.
punish Serbia for its role in starting World War I.
promote economic cooperation between the Allied Powers.
study the causes of World War I.
The Triple Entente was comprised of all of the following EXCEPT
the United States
All of the following countries attended the Paris Peace Conference after World War I EXCEPT
the United States.