The Berlin Crisis 1961 - Cause and Consequence

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GCSE GCSE History - Unit 1 Quiz on The Berlin Crisis 1961 - Cause and Consequence, created by n.mcdonald on 03/26/2016.
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Question 1

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The USSR realised it could not win a nuclear war
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 2

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The East German economy lost skilled labourers (workers)
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 3

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The problem of the division of Berlin was solved.
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 4

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Refugees were unable to leave East Germany.
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 5

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Many people from East Germany escaped to West Germany.
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 6

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Khrushchev avoided war with America
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 7

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The East German government was unpopular.
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 8

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Kennedy refused to back down
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 9

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Peter Fechter was killed
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 10

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An important symbol of the Cold War was created
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 11

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Kennedy showed solidarity with the people of West Berlin.
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  • Cause
  • Consequence

Question 12

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Kennedy increased the USA's defence budget.
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  • Cause
  • Consequence
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