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Question 1

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When was the conference in Versailles?
Answer
  • 1921
  • 1920
  • 1918
  • 1919

Question 2

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How many countries attended the conference?
Answer
  • 32
  • 34
  • 22
  • 23

Question 3

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Who were known as the 'Big Three'?
Answer
  • Germany, France, Britain
  • China, Japan, Russia
  • Britain, France, America

Question 4

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Who were known as the 'Big Three'?
Answer
  • Germany, France, Britain
  • China, Japan, Russia
  • Britain, France, America

Question 5

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What happened to the leader of Germany toward the end of WW1?
Answer
  • Germany surrendered
  • Germany won the war

Question 6

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What did the new Provisional Government sign?
Answer
  • Wilson's 11 points
  • Armistice
  • Rhineland
  • weimar constitution
  • Article 48

Question 7

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In Germany 1919 it was now a what state?
Answer
  • Communist
  • Democratic Republic
  • Dictatorship

Question 8

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Who was Freidrich Ebert?
Answer
  • The Primeinister
  • The President
  • A Chancellor

Question 9

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What problems did Ebert face?
Answer
  • The Allied Blockade
  • He fell out with the other leaders
  • Germany had debt
  • Food shortages
  • He did not want to be leader
  • Influenza broke out
  • High levels of unemployment
  • Great divide between rich and poor
  • Germans did not understand the Government
  • Ebert faced opposition

Question 10

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Eberts competition from left and right wings
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  • right-wanted Germany to be like Russia was in 1917
  • right-Kaiser's former advisers remained in their positions
  • right-wanted Kaiser to return and rule Germany again
  • left-Germany could of carried on, new politicians associated with defeat and humiliation
  • left-Communists

Question 11

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What is the Weimar Republic?
Answer
  • gang of thugs fighting all over Berlin
  • Government meeting in secret
  • people in Weimar starting their own revolution

Question 12

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What is the Rhineland?
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  • part of germany were British and french troops should occupy
  • part of britain were it was used to hold conferences
  • an agreement of where to have all the german troops placed

Question 13

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which leader was most concerned for a stable Europe?
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  • llyode george
  • woodrow wilson
  • clemenceau

Question 14

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which leader wanted to make germany really suffer for WW1?
Answer
  • woodrow wilson
  • clenmenceau
  • llyod george

Question 15

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who made up the '14 point plan'?
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  • lloyd george
  • woodrow wilson
  • cenemceau

Question 16

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what was the DIKTAT?
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  • germany had to pay reparations
  • germany werte blackmailed in to signing it
  • a friendship agreement

Question 17

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the DIKTAT can be split up in to how many parts?
Answer
  • 4
  • 3
  • 5
  • 6

Question 18

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Advantages about Article 48
Answer
  • Germany became the most democratic country over night
  • every vote is now counted fair
  • in emergency quick decisions needed quick decisions can be made as they can 'rule by decree' as the Reichstag are slow

Question 19

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Advantages of Proportional Representation
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  • in emergency the leader can make quick decisions if needed as they can 'rule by decree' as the Reichstag are slow
  • every vote is counted so it is fair
  • Germany became the most democratic country over night

Question 20

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Disadvantage of democracy
Answer
  • too quick a change. should of done it gradually. many people couldn't cope from undemocratic (kaiser) leader to very democratic leader (Weimar)
  • no party could get an overall majority (51%) so lots of small parties had seats causing a very slow response. bad in emergency
  • the president was allowed to decide when it was an emergency. open to abuse if they wanted power.

Question 21

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the name of the left wing party that tried to make a revolution in 1919
Answer
  • freecorps
  • spartacists
  • nazis