World War Ii 5/29/11 Finial Test Practice

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1.  The causes of the Great Depression included:  
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2.  In 1932 Franklin Roosevelt campaigned on the promise that as president he would attack the Great Depression by:  
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3.  The most pressing problem facing Franklin Roosevelt when he became president was:  
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4.  All of the following contributed to the Dust Bowl of the 1930s except:  
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5.  President Roosevelt’s “Court-packing” scheme in 1937 reflected his desire to make the Supreme Court:  
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6.  Throughout most of the 1930s, the American people responded to the aggressive actions of Germany, Italy, and Japan by:  
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7.  Fascist aggression in the 1930s included Mussolini’s invasion of ______, Hitler’s invasion of ______, and Franco’s overthrow of the republican government of ______.  
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8.  Shortly after Adolf Hitler signed a nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union:  
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9.  Who was Dictator of Soviet Union 1925-1953 ?   Whose aggression included Soviet take-over of Estonia , Latvia, Lithuania, Finland 
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10.  What government\economic system is associated with the Soviet Union and Stalin ?  
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11.  Who was the dictator of Italy? Whose fascist aggression in the 1930s included invasion of Ethiopia 
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12.  Who was the fascist dictator of Spain who comes to power after leading rebels  to overthrow the republican form of government of Spain? ( who was supported by Hitler and Mussolini ) Whose rise to power as a fascist dictator was aided by America’s neutrality during the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939 
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13.  Who was the fascist dictator  whose aggression in the 1930s included invasion of Czechoslovakia ? 
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14.  What was another name for Hitler’s Nazi party ?  
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15.  During the Depression, people who lived in the industrial Northeast and Midwest experienced
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16.  The collapse of the international credit structure in the early 1930s was fostered by the U.S. policy of
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17.  The closing of over 9000 American banks between 1930 and 1933 resulted in  
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18.  According to a crude estimate, the unemployment rate in 1932 at the height of the Depression was
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19.   During the Depression, people who lived in the industrial Northeast and Midwest experienced  
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20.  Between 1929 and 1932, farmers in the Dust Bowl of the South and Midwest experienced all of the following problems except
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21.  During the Depression, black Americans suffered special hardships, which were caused by  
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22.    In the Scottsboro case of the 1930s, all of the following events occurred except 
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23.  During the Depression, the cause of equal rights for blacks was advanced when  
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24.  Although blacks and Hispanics suffered similar hardships during the Depression, the Hispanics encountered the additional problem of
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25.     One of the goals of the Japanese-Americans Citizen League was to  
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26.  All of the following statements about women in the Depression are true except
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27.  During the Depression, women in the workforce experienced a change in their situation, in that  
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28.  By the end of the 1930s, the American feminist movement had
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29.   In response to the Depression, American social values
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30.  A sociological study of Muncie, Indiana, in the mid-1930s found that
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31.  During the Depression, many Americans reacted by  
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32.  Why did many Americans view WWII as a positive experience? 
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33.  In 1936, what was the American public opinion on war? 
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34.  What and when was the first act of aggression in WW2 
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35.  What movement began to emerge in Europe in the 1920s? 
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36.  How did the League of Nations respond to Japanese aggression, and what was the effect of this response? 
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37.  What aggressive action did Italy take during the 1930s, and during which years? 
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38.  How did the League of Nations respond to Italian aggression in the 1930s, and what was the effect of this response? 
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39.  In what year did Hitler become chancellor of Germany? 
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40.  What goal did Hitler have for Germany? 
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41.  What was the appeasement policy? 
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42.  When did WWII begin? 
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43.  What was the United States' immediate response to the outbreak of WWII? 
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44.  When was the attack on Pearl Harbor? 
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45.  What was the American response to the attack on Pearl Harbor ?
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46.  How did the U.S. military treat black soldiers? 
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47.  How were female wartime workers treated? 
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