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  • 1. 

    If I supported Teddy Roosevelt's theory of expansion in the Caribbean, I would love:

    • A.

      The Domino Theory

    • B.

      Big stick diplomacy

    • C.

      The red scare

    • D.

      The Monroe Doctrine

    • E.

      Open Door Policy

    Correct Answer
    B. Big stick diplomacy
    Explanation
    Big stick diplomacy refers to the policy of using military force or the threat of military force to achieve diplomatic objectives. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his assertive approach to foreign policy, which included the use of military power to protect American interests in the Caribbean and Latin America. This policy was often referred to as "speak softly and carry a big stick," emphasizing the combination of diplomacy and military strength. Therefore, if someone supported Teddy Roosevelt's theory of expansion in the Caribbean, they would likely appreciate the idea of using big stick diplomacy to assert American influence in the region.

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  • 2. 

    This man gave the "Cross of Gold" speech in which he said the value of the American dollar should not be linked to gold alone.

    • A.

      William Jennings Bryan

    • B.

      Henry Cabot Lodge

    • C.

      William McKinley

    • D.

      Arthur Zimmerman

    • E.

      Alfred Thayer Mahan

    Correct Answer
    A. William Jennings Bryan
    Explanation
    William Jennings Bryan is the correct answer because he gave the "Cross of Gold" speech, in which he argued against the gold standard and advocated for the value of the American dollar to be tied to both gold and silver. This speech was delivered during the 1896 Democratic National Convention and became one of the most famous political speeches in American history. Bryan's stance on monetary policy and his support for bimetallism made him a prominent figure in the Populist movement.

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  • 3. 

    This decision between the United States and Japan was meant to help ease racial tensions in states such as California.

    • A.

      Schenk v. United States

    • B.

      Seward's Folly

    • C.

      Gentlemen's Agreement of 1907

    • D.

      Treaty of Paris - 1898

    • E.

      Pearl Harbor

    Correct Answer
    C. Gentlemen's Agreement of 1907
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the Gentlemen's Agreement of 1907. This agreement was made between the United States and Japan in order to address the issue of Japanese immigration to the United States. It aimed to ease racial tensions in states like California by limiting the number of Japanese immigrants coming to the country. Under the agreement, Japan agreed to restrict the emigration of its citizens to the United States, and in return, the United States agreed to allow the wives of Japanese immigrants already in the country to join them. This agreement helped to alleviate concerns about Japanese immigration and ease racial tensions at that time.

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  • 4. 

    Why did President McKinley seek to annex the Hawaiian Islands?

    • A.

      He wanted to "protect" Hawaii from the Japanese

    • B.

      Sam Dole bribed him

    • C.

      Imperialism was not a popular term at this point in history

    • D.

      He wanted to ease tensions wtih Japan and so created a base in Hawaii

    • E.

      McKinlely wanted to eventually attack Japan, and Hawaii was a good launching point

    Correct Answer
    A. He wanted to "protect" Hawaii from the Japanese
  • 5. 

    Alfred Thayer Mahan would argue that this was necessary for expansion and economic development:

    • A.

      A strong group of special force military personnel

    • B.

      A President who was willing to make human capital sacrifices for his country

    • C.

      An overseas military presence on several continents

    • D.

      A strong marine force

    • E.

      A mighty land army

    Correct Answer
    D. A strong marine force
    Explanation
    Alfred Thayer Mahan, a renowned naval strategist, believed that a strong marine force was necessary for expansion and economic development. He argued that a powerful navy was crucial for protecting trade routes, establishing colonies, and projecting military power globally. Mahan emphasized the importance of naval supremacy in securing national interests and promoting economic growth through access to foreign markets. A strong marine force would enable a country to assert its dominance at sea, protect its overseas territories, and ensure the security of its trade routes, thus facilitating expansion and economic development.

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  • 6. 

    If a country wanted to conduct trade in China during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, they likely would have been able to do so due to the:

    • A.

      Domino Theory

    • B.

      Imiperialistic tendencies of both eastern and western nations

    • C.

      Open Door Policy

    • D.

      Policy of Mercantilism emanating from the West

    • E.

      Roosevelt Corollary

    Correct Answer
    C. Open Door Policy
    Explanation
    The Open Door Policy was a diplomatic proposal by the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries that aimed to ensure equal trading opportunities for all countries in China. It called for all nations to respect China's territorial integrity and to allow all countries to have equal access to Chinese markets. This policy was significant because it allowed countries, including the United States, to conduct trade in China without facing restrictions or exclusivity imposed by other imperialistic powers. It promoted free trade and helped to prevent the colonization or partitioning of China by foreign powers.

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  • 7. 

    The United States wished to create a faster travel route to connect the Pacific andatlantic Oceans; therefore, they helped this country claim their independence from Nicaragua:

    • A.

      Panama

    • B.

      Columbia

    • C.

      Venezuela

    • D.

      Puerto Rico

    • E.

      Cuba

    Correct Answer
    A. Panama
    Explanation
    The United States supported Panama in claiming their independence from Nicaragua because they wanted to create a faster travel route to connect the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Panama's strategic location made it an ideal choice for the construction of the Panama Canal, which would significantly reduce travel time and benefit American trade and military operations. By assisting Panama in gaining independence, the United States ensured their control over the canal and achieved their objective of establishing a quicker route between the two oceans.

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  • 8. 

    Which of the following reasons was NOT a concern of anti-imperialists who wanted to free the Philippines?

    • A.

      It would be very difficult to defend the Philippine islands against outside invasions

    • B.

      They argued the United States should remain isolated from the rest of the world

    • C.

      A base in the Philippines would not benefit the United States

    • D.

      It was immoral to free Cuba but not the Philippines following the Spanish-American War

    • E.

      Anti-imperialists wanted to continue the war with Spain

    Correct Answer
    C. A base in the Philippines would not benefit the United States
    Explanation
    The anti-imperialists who wanted to free the Philippines did not consider the concern that a base in the Philippines would not benefit the United States. They may have believed that the United States should not be seeking territorial expansion or that the cost of maintaining a base in the Philippines would outweigh any potential benefits. Their main focus was on opposing imperialism and advocating for the independence of the Philippines.

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  • 9. 

    Which of the following arguments was NOT a reason for America's purchase of Alaska?

    • A.

      America was rapidly expanding and this was another way to continue to gain new territory

    • B.

      The price per acre was incredibly low

    • C.

      It prevented Russia from gaining ground in North America

    • D.

      The United States wanted to financially help the Russians

    • E.

      The American public was generally in favor of the purchase

    Correct Answer
    D. The United States wanted to financially help the Russians
    Explanation
    The argument that the United States wanted to financially help the Russians was not a reason for America's purchase of Alaska. The other arguments provided valid reasons for the purchase, such as America's desire to continue expanding and gaining new territory, the low price per acre, the prevention of Russia from gaining ground in North America, and the support of the American public for the purchase. However, there is no evidence or logical connection to suggest that the United States wanted to financially help the Russians through this purchase.

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  • 10. 

    If I was a European country who desired new colonies in the Western Hemisphere, I would be very upset by the:

    • A.

      Monroe Doctrine

    • B.

      Eugene v. Debs

    • C.

      Yellow Journalism

    • D.

      Treaty of Versailles

    • E.

      Annexation of Hawaii

    Correct Answer
    A. Monroe Doctrine
    Explanation
    The Monroe Doctrine was a policy established by the United States in 1823, which stated that any European attempts to colonize or interfere in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere would be seen as a threat to the United States. If a European country desired new colonies in the Western Hemisphere, the Monroe Doctrine would have been a significant obstacle and a cause for upset. It effectively warned European powers to stay out of the Americas and asserted the dominance and control of the United States in the region.

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  • 11. 

    Which of the following is NOT a cause of the Spanish-American War?

    • A.

      Yellow Journalism

    • B.

      Unrestricted submarine warfare

    • C.

      An American desire for new international markets

    • D.

      The explosion of the USS Maine

    • E.

      General imperialist tendencies in the United States

    Correct Answer
    B. Unrestricted submarine warfare
    Explanation
    Unrestricted submarine warfare is not a cause of the Spanish-American War. The Spanish-American War occurred in 1898 between Spain and the United States, primarily over the issues of Cuban independence and American expansionism. Unrestricted submarine warfare, on the other hand, was a tactic employed by Germany during World War I, where submarines would sink merchant and passenger ships without warning. This tactic was not a factor in the Spanish-American War, as it took place several years before World War I.

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  • 12. 

    If I wanted to sell magazines in America during the late 19th century, I might be tempted to embellish the truth concerning the events in Cuba.  This is known as:

    • A.

      Yellow Journalism

    • B.

      Roosevelt Corollary

    • C.

      Monroe Doctrine

    • D.

      Slandering the oppositon

    • E.

      Espionage and Sedition

    Correct Answer
    A. Yellow Journalism
    Explanation
    Yellow Journalism refers to the practice of exaggerating or sensationalizing news stories to attract readership and increase sales. During the late 19th century, many newspapers in America engaged in this practice, particularly in their coverage of events in Cuba. By embellishing the truth about the situation in Cuba, these newspapers aimed to create a sense of excitement and intrigue among readers, ultimately boosting their own profits. This term is commonly used to describe unethical journalistic practices that prioritize sensationalism over accuracy.

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  • 13. 

    In order to end the Spanish-American War this treaty was signed:

    • A.

      Treaty of Paris - 1898

    • B.

      Treaty of Versailles

    • C.

      Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

    • D.

      Treaty of Paris - 1763

    • E.

      Treaty of Dresden

    Correct Answer
    A. Treaty of Paris - 1898
    Explanation
    The Treaty of Paris - 1898 was signed in order to end the Spanish-American War. This treaty was signed between the United States and Spain, and it marked the end of Spanish colonial rule in the Americas. Under the terms of the treaty, Spain recognized Cuba's independence and ceded Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines to the United States. This treaty effectively established the United States as a global power and marked a significant shift in the balance of power in the Americas.

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  • 14. 

    Under the terms of the Treaty of Paris, Spain gave up their rights to all of the following places EXCEPT:

    • A.

      Guam

    • B.

      Puerto Rico

    • C.

      China

    • D.

      Philippines

    • E.

      Cuba

    Correct Answer
    C. China
    Explanation
    The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1898, ending the Spanish-American War. Under this treaty, Spain relinquished control over several territories, including Guam, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and Cuba. However, China was not mentioned in the treaty, indicating that Spain did not give up their rights to China.

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  • 15. 

    Each of the following countries was a member of the Allied Powers at some point in WW1 EXCEPT:

    • A.

      Germany

    • B.

      United States

    • C.

      France

    • D.

      Russia

    • E.

      Great Britain

    Correct Answer
    A. Germany
    Explanation
    Germany is the correct answer because it was not a member of the Allied Powers during World War 1. Germany was part of the Central Powers, which included Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. The Allied Powers consisted of countries such as the United States, France, Russia, and Great Britain, who fought against the Central Powers.

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  • 16. 

    If President Woodrow Wilson wished to spread information concerning the war effort to the American people, whcih of the following methods would he probably have used?

    • A.

      Committee on Public Information

    • B.

      Espionage and Sedition Acts

    • C.

      War Industries Board

    • D.

      League of Nations

    • E.

      Mad Magazine

    Correct Answer
    A. Committee on Public Information
    Explanation
    President Woodrow Wilson would have probably used the Committee on Public Information to spread information concerning the war effort to the American people. The Committee on Public Information was established during World War I and its main purpose was to shape public opinion in support of the war. It used various forms of communication such as newspapers, posters, films, and speakers to disseminate information and propaganda to the American people.

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  • 17. 

    Woodorw Wilson won teh election of 1916 primarily on a platform of:

    • A.

      Expansionsism into new territories in the Caribbean

    • B.

      Mercantilism

    • C.

      Appeasement

    • D.

      Putting the United States economy on the gold standard

    • E.

      Neutrality in WW1

    Correct Answer
    E. Neutrality in WW1
    Explanation
    Woodrow Wilson won the election of 1916 primarily on a platform of neutrality in WW1. This means that he advocated for the United States to remain neutral and not get involved in the ongoing conflict of World War 1. This stance appealed to many Americans who were war-weary and did not want to be dragged into another global conflict. Wilson's campaign focused on maintaining peace and avoiding foreign entanglements, which resonated with the American public at the time.

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  • 18. 

    Why might the Espionage and Sedition Acts have been passed in 1917 and 1918?

    • A.

      In order to violate the 1st Amendment to the Constitution

    • B.

      To keep the anti-imperialists quiet during an era of expansionism

    • C.

      To harass socialists who were generally opposed to the war

    • D.

      So that that the American government could spy on foreigners without interference

    • E.

      To control the growing number of people in support of the war

    Correct Answer
    C. To harass socialists who were generally opposed to the war
    Explanation
    The Espionage and Sedition Acts were passed in 1917 and 1918 to target socialists who were against the war. These acts were used to suppress dissent and criticism of the government's war efforts. By passing these acts, the government aimed to silence opposition and maintain control over the growing number of people who were against the war. The acts allowed for the prosecution and punishment of individuals who spoke out against the war or expressed anti-war sentiments.

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  • 19. 

    Henry Cabot Lodge could best be defined as a(n):

    • A.

      Expansionist

    • B.

      War Hawk

    • C.

      Consummate politician

    • D.

      Imperialist

    • E.

      Isolationist

    Correct Answer
    E. Isolationist
    Explanation
    Henry Cabot Lodge could best be defined as an isolationist because he advocated for a policy of non-intervention and non-involvement in foreign affairs. He believed that the United States should focus on domestic issues and avoid entangling alliances and conflicts abroad. Lodge opposed the United States' entry into World War I and worked to prevent the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles, which would have committed the U.S. to international cooperation. His views align with the isolationist ideology of maintaining national sovereignty and avoiding foreign entanglements.

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  • 20. 

    One of Wilson's 14 points, this body was a forerunner to the United Nations:

    • A.

      NATO

    • B.

      Warsaw Pact

    • C.

      European Union

    • D.

      League of Nations

    • E.

      United Nations

    Correct Answer
    D. League of Nations
    Explanation
    The League of Nations was a forerunner to the United Nations and one of Wilson's 14 points. It was an international organization founded after World War I with the goal of maintaining peace and preventing future conflicts. However, it faced challenges and ultimately failed to prevent the outbreak of World War II. The United Nations was later established as a more effective and inclusive international organization to address global issues and maintain peace.

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  • 21. 

    Which of the following events helped lead America to join World War One?

    • A.

      The German invasion of France convinced the Americans to join the war immediately

    • B.

      The British pressured the Americans into joining the war

    • C.

      The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese

    • D.

      The Treaty of Paris in 1898

    • E.

      The sinking of the Lusitania by German U-boats

    Correct Answer
    E. The sinking of the Lusitania by German U-boats
    Explanation
    The sinking of the Lusitania by German U-boats helped lead America to join World War One. This event was a turning point as it resulted in the loss of American lives and fueled public outrage. It created a shift in public opinion, pushing the United States closer to entering the war. The incident highlighted the threat posed by German aggression and contributed to the growing sentiment that America needed to take action against Germany.

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  • 22. 

    Fear and paranoia surrounding Communism grew in America following the Bolshevik Revolution; this (the fear and paranoia) was known as the:

    • A.

      Red Scare

    • B.

      Espionage and Sedition Acts

    • C.

      Communist Manifesto

    • D.

      The Revolution of Lenin

    • E.

      Russian Revolution

    Correct Answer
    A. Red Scare
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Red Scare. The Red Scare refers to a period of intense fear and paranoia in the United States during the early 20th century, particularly after the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Americans were afraid of the spread of communism and believed that communists were infiltrating the country. This led to a crackdown on suspected communists, socialists, and anarchists, with many being arrested, deported, or blacklisted. The Red Scare had a significant impact on American society and politics, shaping policies and attitudes towards communism for decades to come.

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following countries did NOT have a representative present at Versailles?

    • A.

      Italy

    • B.

      Germany

    • C.

      France

    • D.

      Great Britain

    • E.

      America

    Correct Answer
    B. Germany
    Explanation
    Germany did not have a representative present at Versailles because they were not invited to the negotiations following World War I. The Treaty of Versailles was signed by the victorious Allied powers, including France, Great Britain, and America, but Germany was excluded from the negotiations. This was a significant factor in the resentment and dissatisfaction that would later contribute to the rise of Adolf Hitler and the start of World War II.

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  • 24. 

    The Supreme Court determined that freedom of speech can be suppressed if there is a "clear and present danger" that can produce a "substantive evil" which can be avoided by legal action in this court case:

    • A.

      Eugene v. Debs

    • B.

      Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS

    • C.

      Plessy v. Ferguson

    • D.

      Schenck v. United States

    • E.

      Roe v. Wade

    Correct Answer
    D. Schenck v. United States
    Explanation
    In the case of Schenck v. United States, the Supreme Court established the "clear and present danger" test which limited freedom of speech. The court ruled that speech can be suppressed if it presents a clear and present danger that can lead to a substantive evil. This means that if the speech poses a threat to national security or public safety, it can be restricted by the government. In this particular case, Schenck was distributing pamphlets encouraging men to resist the draft during World War I, and the court found that his actions posed a clear and present danger to the war effort.

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  • 25. 

    “And one night late it came to me this way . . . (1) that we could not give them back to Spain—that would be cowardly and dishonorable; (2) that we could not turn them over to France or Germany . . . that would be bad for business and discreditable; (3) that we could not leave them to themselves—they were unfit for self-government . . . and (4) that there was nothing left for us to do but to take them all, and to educate the Filipinos, and uplift and civilize and Christianize them.” —from A Diplomatic History of the American PeopleWhich of the following would best describe the beliefs held by McKinley in the above quote?

    • A.

      McKinley was alone in believing that the United States should annex the Philippines

    • B.

      McKinley believed that the only thing to do was turn over the Philippines to the French or Germans

    • C.

      McKinley believed thta it was America's job to annex the Philippines and civilize them

    • D.

      McKinley wanted to allow the Philippines to govern themselves and help them as much as possible

    • E.

      McKinley thought that the Filipino people would be bad for business

    Correct Answer
    C. McKinley believed thta it was America's job to annex the Philippines and civilize them
    Explanation
    The quote states that McKinley believed there were four options regarding the Philippines: giving them back to Spain, turning them over to France or Germany, leaving them to themselves, or taking them all and educating, uplifting, and civilizing them. The correct answer, "McKinley believed that it was America's job to annex the Philippines and civilize them," aligns with the fourth option mentioned in the quote. McKinley believed that the United States had a responsibility to take control of the Philippines and improve their society through education and civilization.

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  • 26. 

    Which of the following best describes the effects of the Treaty of Versailles?

    • A.

      The Germans were given very generous terms of surrender and quickly became the richest country in Europe

    • B.

      The United States was given temporary control over German territory with the understanding that it would return the land when the Germans were ready

    • C.

      The Allies punished Germany with a very harsh treaty that bankrupted them and forced them to accept responsibility for the war

    • D.

      The Germans forced the British to sign a humiliating treaty in defeat

    • E.

      The Russian government forced the Germans to accept a treaty and pay reparations for the war damages

    Correct Answer
    C. The Allies punished Germany with a very harsh treaty that bankrupted them and forced them to accept responsibility for the war
    Explanation
    The Treaty of Versailles had a significant impact on Germany, as it imposed harsh terms on the country. These terms included heavy reparations that bankrupted Germany and forced them to accept responsibility for the war. The treaty also led to territorial losses for Germany and placed restrictions on their military capabilities. Overall, the treaty was punitive towards Germany and had long-lasting effects on the country's economy, politics, and society.

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  • 27. 

    Prior to the outbreak of the First World War, many of the nations in Europe began a build-up of their militaries which eventually helped cause the war.  This build-up is known as:

    • A.

      Alliances

    • B.

      Nationalism

    • C.

      Imperialism

    • D.

      Militarism

    • E.

      Fascism

    Correct Answer
    D. Militarism
    Explanation
    Prior to the outbreak of the First World War, the nations in Europe engaged in a build-up of their militaries, which eventually contributed to the cause of the war. This build-up is known as militarism. Militarism refers to the belief or policy of maintaining a strong military capability and being prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests. In the context of the First World War, the arms race and the aggressive military strategies pursued by various nations heightened tensions and eventually led to the outbreak of the war.

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  • 28. 

    A person who is a strong supporter of imperialism would probably agree mostly strongly with which of the following statements?

    • A.

      The Filipino people are extremely civilized and simply operate according to the norms and values of their culture

    • B.

      People from all places on Earth should be able to govern themselves

    • C.

      The best way for a country to conduct business with other countries is to conduct negotiations and avoid the use of force

    • D.

      Countries who have the power to acquire new lands should always do so

    • E.

      People of every race and creed are equal

    Correct Answer
    D. Countries who have the power to acquire new lands should always do so
    Explanation
    A person who is a strong supporter of imperialism would probably agree mostly strongly with the statement "Countries who have the power to acquire new lands should always do so." This is because imperialism is the policy or ideology of extending a country's power and influence through colonization, use of military force, or economic dominance over other territories. It involves acquiring new lands and exerting control over them. Therefore, a strong supporter of imperialism would believe in the importance of acquiring new territories for their own country's benefit and expansion.

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  • 29. 

    The Zimmerman telegram was likely intended to accomplish which of the following?

    • A.

      Prevent Mexico from recapturing territory that was lost in the Mexican-American War

    • B.

      Prevent the United States from entering WW1 by keeping them occuppied with fighting Mexico

    • C.

      Prevent Arthur Zimmerman from usurping power in the German government and thus ending WW1

    • D.

      Create a situation in which the Russians would be forced to withdraw from the First World War

    • E.

      Tick off the Americans so that they would immediately enter WW1

    Correct Answer
    B. Prevent the United States from entering WW1 by keeping them occuppied with fighting Mexico
    Explanation
    The Zimmerman telegram was likely intended to prevent the United States from entering WW1 by keeping them occupied with fighting Mexico. The telegram proposed a military alliance between Germany and Mexico, where Germany would support Mexico in regaining territory lost in the Mexican-American War if Mexico agreed to declare war on the United States. The intention behind this was to divert American attention and resources towards a conflict with Mexico, preventing them from joining the war in Europe.

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  • 30. 

    This was the last major German offensive of WW1:

    • A.

      Second Battle of the Somme

    • B.

      Battle of Verdun

    • C.

      Pearl Harbor

    • D.

      Battle of the Bulge

    • E.

      Battle of Ypres

    Correct Answer
    A. Second Battle of the Somme
    Explanation
    The Second Battle of the Somme was the last major German offensive of World War 1. This battle took place in 1918 and was part of the larger German Spring Offensive. The German army launched a massive attack against the British and French forces along the Somme River in an attempt to break through their lines and reach the Channel ports. However, the Allied forces were able to hold their ground and eventually push the Germans back, marking a turning point in the war. The Second Battle of the Somme was significant because it showed that the German army was running out of resources and morale, leading to their ultimate defeat.

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  • 31. 

    The United States was justified when it engaged it imperialism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Please respond to the above prompt.  Use a pre-write and format your essay using MelCON.  Enjoy!

  • 32. 

    The Treaty of Versailles was extremely harsh and was a major cause of World War Two.Please respond to the above prompt.  Use a pre-write and format your essay using MelCON.  Enjoy!

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