The Bolsheviks won the Russia Civil War for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
Trotsky's creation of an effective army.
German support of the Bolsheviks against Allied intervention.
The weakness and disunity of their White opponents.
The use of terror to crush opponents.
Mao Tse-tung drew most of his initial support from which of the following groups?
The urban workers.
Wealthy business men.
The most impressive accomplishment of Stalin's first five-year plan occurred in
The map above shows the
Bataan Death March.
movements of Communist armies during the Russian Civil War.
The kulaks were
successful Russian farmers.
Which of the following is the best description of satyagraha?
A mixture of Marxist ideology and Hindu theology directed against British rule.
The policy of nonviolent resistance preached by Gandhi.
The policy of nonviolent resistance based on Muslim principles.
Gandhi's ethical justification for the use of violence in resisting British rule.
The founder of the Kuomintang was
The Amritsar Massacre brought about
an end to civil disobedience.
an increase in anti-British feeling.
the formation of the Muslim league.
Which of the following best describe the New Economic Policy?
Rapid industrialization at the expense of the peasantry.
Small family farms and privately owned shops and businesses.
Economic centralization and considerable confiscation of property.
"A revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or painting a picture, or doing embroidery; it cannot be so refined, so leisurely and gentle, so temperate, kind, courteous, restrained and magnanimous. A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another." This passage was written by
Sun Tat Sen.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
One of the leading figures of the Muslim League was
During or between the Revolutions of 1917 all of the following occurred EXCEPT
Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne.
The Bolsheviks seized power.
Russia withdrew from World War I.
Lenin called for all power to be given to the Soviets.
The May Fourth Movement
was a direct result of the Amritsar Massacre.
ultimately resulted in the Bolsheviks seizing power.
guaranteed that women could hold positions in the Indian National Congress.
was an intellectual revolution that ushered in a new period of activism in China.
The term collectivization refers to the process of
forcing peasants onto collective farms.
sharing political power.
resisting authority through non-violent means.
The primary goal of the Indian National Congress was to
partition India between Muslims and Hindus.
implement British policies on a local level.
gain independence from Great Britain.
The Government of India Act of 1935
granted India complete independence from British.
exiled all Muslims from the country.
decreased the role Indians played in the government.
gave Indians a greater voice and role in government.
Which of the following best describes China after the Qing Dynasty came to an end?
It was ruled by another dynasty for the next thirty years.
It began a period where no one group was able to unify the county for an extended period of time.
A brutal civil war between the Nationalists and Communists immediately broke.
The Japanese invaded, took over the entire country and established a puppet government.
Lenin demanded that the Bolsheviks
be a small, well-disciplined party of dedicated revolutionaries.
be a large, broad-based organization that allowed workers to lead.
be allies of the Germans in order to overthrow the Tsar and his regime.
honor all democratic elections.
The Great Purges of the 1930s were used by Stalin to
improve the health of individual Soviet citizens.
make the Soviet Union's Five Year Plans more successful.
train the Red Army.
remove potential political opponents from power.
All of the following were Gandhi's goals EXCEPT
The separation of religious groups.
Gaining independence from Great Britain.
Socially reforming Indian society.
Returning to simple traditions.