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What was the name for the secret agreements (entered into between nations to come to each other's aid in times of war) that increased the chances for small conflicts to erupt into large scale wars that were common at the start of World War I?
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What was the name for the secret agreements (entered into between nations to come to each other's aid in times of war) that increased the chances for small conflicts to erupt into large scale wars that were common at the start of World War I?
Alliances
The assassination of which Hapsburg heir was the spark that started World War I?
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The assassination of which Hapsburg heir was the spark that started World War I?
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Conflict over colonies and territory on which continent was one of the causes of World War I?
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Conflict over colonies and territory on which continent was one of the causes of World War I?
Africa
Which cause of World War I included promoting the interests of a particular nation, particularly with the aim of gaining and maintaining self-governance, or full sovereignty, over the group's homeland?
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Which cause of World War I included promoting the interests of a particular nation, particularly with the aim of gaining and maintaining self-governance, or full sovereignty, over the group's homeland?
Nationalism
The aggressive preparation for war that took place prior to World War I and was a cause of the war was called what?
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The aggressive preparation for war that took place prior to World War I and was a cause of the war was called what?
Militarism
Why did most combat on the Western Front during World War I take place in a relatively small area?
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Why did most combat on the Western Front during World War I take place in a relatively small area?
Trench warfare
World War I included the complete mobilization of resources and people, making it what kind of war?
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World War I included the complete mobilization of resources and people, making it what kind of war?
Total War
During World War I, despite engaging in a war of attrition to wear the other side down by constant attacks, neither side made much progress against the other, resulting in what?
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During World War I, despite engaging in a war of attrition to wear the other side down by constant attacks, neither side made much progress against the other, resulting in what?
Stalemate
What was the turning point in World War I that helped ensure the Ally victory?
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What was the turning point in World War I that helped ensure the Ally victory?
U.S. entry into the war
What was the most significant goal of Great Britain and France with respect to Germany at the end of World War I that was supported in several provisions of the Treaty of Versailles?
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What was the most significant goal of Great Britain and France with respect to Germany at the end of World War I that was supported in several provisions of the Treaty of Versailles?
Keep Germany from rebuilding its military forces
After Lenin died, who took control of the Soviet Union and significantly increased the Communist Party's efforts of collectivization?
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After Lenin died, who took control of the Soviet Union and significantly increased the Communist Party's efforts of collectivization?
Joseph Stalin
A government that aims to control the political, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural lives of its citizens is called what?
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A government that aims to control the political, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural lives of its citizens is called what?
Totalitarian

Which economic policy did Vladimir Lenin enact between 1918 and 1921 in which the government controlled banks and industries and seized grain from peasants in order to ensure regular supplies for the Red Army during the Russian Civil War?

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Which economic policy did Vladimir Lenin enact between 1918 and 1921 in which the government controlled banks and industries and seized grain from peasants in order to ensure regular supplies for the Red Army during the Russian Civil War?


War Communism


What was the main purpose of Stalin's Five-Year Plan?
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What was the main purpose of Stalin's Five-Year Plan?
Transform the Soviet Union from an agricultural to an industrial power
Stalin was fearful of his opponents, even within the Communist Party and murdered, deported to Siberia, and forced many to engage in slave labor known as the Great Terror and also known as what?
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Stalin was fearful of his opponents, even within the Communist Party and murdered, deported to Siberia, and forced many to engage in slave labor known as the Great Terror and also known as what?
Great Purge
The harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles likely led to which conflict?
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The harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles likely led to which conflict?
World War II
Why were Germans unhappy with the War Guilt Clause of the Treaty of Versailles?
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Why were Germans unhappy with the War Guilt Clause of the Treaty of Versailles?
It blamed Germany for starting World War I
What did the Great Depression in the United States, reliance on American loans and investments, and the debt left behind from World War I all lead to?
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What did the Great Depression in the United States, reliance on American loans and investments, and the debt left behind from World War I all lead to?
Global Depression
In what way did World War I impact the Russian Revolution?
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In what way did World War I impact the Russian Revolution?
Dissatisfaction of the Russian people with the progress of World War I increased the likelihood of the Revolution
How did Russia’s participation in World War I affect its empire?
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How did Russia’s participation in World War I affect its empire?
Economic hardships from the war led to the downfall of the czar
Who was the fascist leader who rose to power in Germany in the 1930s?
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Who was the fascist leader who rose to power in Germany in the 1930s?
Adolf Hitler
Fascism glorifies the state above the individual by emphasizing the need for a strong central government led by what type of leader?
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Fascism glorifies the state above the individual by emphasizing the need for a strong central government led by what type of leader?
Dictator
Who was the fascist leader who rose to power in Italy in the 1920s?
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Who was the fascist leader who rose to power in Italy in the 1920s?
Benito Mussolini
Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause are known as what?
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Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause are known as what?
Propaganda
What was the economic reason that Fascist leaders rose to power in Italy and Germany in the 1930s?
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What was the economic reason that Fascist leaders rose to power in Italy and Germany in the 1930s?
People looked to strong leaders to make changes and address the economic problems caused by the Global Depression

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