Regarding the Ottoman territories  - Expert Answers

Regarding the Ottoman territories - Expert Answers

1. Regarding the Ottoman territories during the period immediately following World War I, which of the following statements is false?
A. Defying Allied pressure, the Turkish sultan supported Kemal.
B. In 1921, Greek forces advanced almost to Ankara.
C. In 1919, Mustafa Kemal began organizing Turkish resistance.
D. The British and French occupied the Ottoman capital at Constantinople.
2. The only country in Southeast Asia to maintain its independence was
A. Vietnam.
B. Cambodia.
C. Siam.
D. Java.
3. Regarding Japan's ultranationalists, which statement is false?
A. They were strongly anti-Western.
B. They supported big business.
C. They rejected democracy.
D. They were strongly anti-Communist.
4. Mobilization during World War I was most extensive and effective in
A. France.
B. Great Britain.
C. Germany.
D. Russia.
5. The secret Chinese society, called "the Boxers" by foreigners, blamed all of China's troubles on
A. Japan.
B. foreigners, especially missionaries.
C. the Qing Dynasty.
D. the Manchus.
6. As a result of a dispute involving _______, Britain, France, and Russia began to view Bismarck's Germany as a threat.
A. Serbia
B. Morocco
C. Algeria
D. Austria-Hungary
7. What was the immediate result of the Balkan Wars of 1912 and 1913?
A. Great Britain formed a defensive alliance with Russia.
B. The Ottoman Empire lost its last European territories.
C. Serbian nationalism was dampened.
D. The Archduke Ferdinand decided to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina.
8. During World War I, the people of China and Japan
A. didn't care who won the war.
B. supported the Central Powers.
C. supported the Triple Entente.
D. strongly opposed the war on moral grounds.
9. In 1927, how did Chiang Kai-shek resolve disputes between the Nationalist Party and the Communist Party?
A. He decided to liquidate members of the Communist Party.
B. He specified boundaries between Nationalist and Communist territories.
C. He offered Taiwan to the Communists.
D. He initiated the New Culture Movement.
10. During the nineteenth century, immigrants from India to the new world usually ended up
A. as indentured laborers.
B. as domestic servants.
C. working on railroad construction.
D. panning for gold.
11. In the Soviet Union, which statement about the New Economic Policy (NEP) is true?
A. The NEP privatized heavy industry.
B. It helped Lenin mollify the peasants.
C. It established collectivized agriculture.
D. The NEP was popular, but it did not lead to economic growth.
12. In 1916, France and Britain secretly agreed on a partition of six Middle Eastern states. The agreement became known as the
A. Sykes-Picot agreement.
B. Balfour Declaration.
C. Damascus agreement.
D. Treaty of Lausanne.
13. In South America by 1914, _______ featured one the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. A. Peru
B. Chile
C. Venezuela
D. Argentina
14. In the aftermath of World War I, Western literature could be described by any of the following terms, except
A. romanticism.
B. alienation.
C. relativism.
D. pessimism.
15. During World War I, Western imperialism was most evident in
A. Southeast Asia.
B. the Middle East.
C. Africa.
D. East Asia.
16. The 1911 revolution that overthrew the last Chinese emperor was carried out by
A. a Western military coalition.
B. a peasant uprising.
C. Chinese army officers.
D. Sun Yatsen.
17. In India, the Great Revolt was initiated by
A. a group of well-armed sepoys.
B. Indian peasant farmers.
C. a textile workers' strike.
D. Hindu fundamentalists.
18. In 1868, General W. T. Sherman brokered the Treaty of Fort Laramie, declaring that the Dakotas would remain the ancestral territory of the
A. Creek and Cherokee.
B. Delaware, Shawnee, and Wyandot.
C. Cherokee.
D. Sioux and Cheyenne.
19. Which of these World War II battles established overall equality between the U.S. and Japanese naval powers?
A. Battle of Midway
B. Battle of Leyte Gulf
C. Battle of Guadalcanal
D. Battle of the Coral Sea
20. The most important factor in drawing all of the Middle East into World War I was
A. the Arab revolt under Hussein ibn Ali.
B. the Ottoman Turks joining forces with Germany and Austria-Hungary.
C. the battle for Gallipoli.
D. the guerilla forces led by Lawrence of Arabia.

 
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