1) demonstration of laissez-faire capitalism that promoted free enterprise
2) form of totalitarianism that glorified the state above the individual
3) type of economic system that stressed a classless society
4) set of humanist ideas that emphasized the dignity and worth of the individual
1) Siberian tundra
2) Caspian Sea
3) arid land
4) harsh climate
1) The Treaty of Versailles is Signed Adolf Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany German Troops Invade Poland
2) German Troops Invade Poland The Treaty of Versailles is Signed Adolf Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany
3) Adolf Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany The Treaty of Versailles is Signed German Troops Invade Poland
4) The Treaty of Versailles is Signed German Troops Invade Poland Adolf Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany
1) empathy toward African nations
2) the protection of human rights
3) imperialism as a foreign policy
4) support for free expression
1) The failure to slow population growth in Germany had created shortages of basic necessities.
2) The leaders of the German government were not elected by universal suffrage.
3) The German government had refused to join the League of Nations.
4) Germany was experiencing widespread unemployment and other economic problems.
1) warm-water ports
2) control of Tibet
3) additional natural resources
4) control of the Suez Canal
1) frequent meetings of the German Reichstag
2) decline of the German economy
3) strict government control of the press
4) negotiation of a nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union
1) The United States led international peace-keeping efforts.
2) Aggression led to the start of World War II.
3) The actions of Italy, Germany, and Japan united Europe.
4) Economic and social upheaval led to the rise of democracy in Asia.
1) Jews of Europe have seldom been victims of persecution.
2) Civilians rarely were killed during air raids on Great Britain.
3) Adolf Hitler concealed his anti-Jewish feelings until after he came to power.
4) The genocide was planned in great detail and required the cooperation of many people.
1) Individuals can be punished for their part in state sponsored crimes.
2) War-crimes trials can be held only in neutral nations.
3) War crimes are sometimes justified.
4) Democracy can be promoted in formerly totalitarian nations.
1) specific restrictions in Japan's constitution
2) Japan's refusal to sign a nuclear nonproliferation treaty
3) the United Nations refusal to sell weapons to the Japanese
4) a scarcity of technology and resources in Japan
1) He went to sleep peacefully.
2) He asked to have different
3) He made more demands.
4) He played nicely with other
1) prosecute persons accused of war crimes
2) contain the spread of communism
3) channel relief aid to war-torn nations
4) provide a means of solving international problems
1) World War I
2) World War II
3) the Cold War
4) the Persian Gulf War
1) cooperate in halting the spread of communism
2) colonize Africa and Asia
3) compete economically and militarily
4) protect human rights
1) promote economic and political stability in Europe
2) end German demands for the Sudetenland
3) restore democratic rule in Haiti
4) prevent Iraq’s takeover of Kuwait
1) The Soviet Union has expanded its influence throughout eastern Europe.
2) The Soviet Union has helped the nations of eastern Europe improve their standard of living.
3) The democratic nations of western Europe have stopped the expansion of Soviet influence in the world.
4) The Soviet Union will support Communist revolutions in Southeast Asia.
1) economic and military support to European nations to stop the spread of Communism
2) military troops to end ethnic warfare in the former Yugoslavia
3) humanitarian aid to starving people in Ethiopia and Sudan
4) the rights of freedom of speech and the press to Greek and Turkish citizens
1) widespread starvation
2) agricultural self-sufficiency
3) the development of cottage industries
4) the use of subsistence farming techniques
1) Political leaders should have prevented the depression.
2) Germany was hurt more by the Treaty of Versailles than by the depression.
3) The economic upheaval of the depression had major political effects.
4) World War I was the only reason for the depression.
1) The United Nations
2) The Congress of Vienna
3) The Warsaw Pact
4) The League of Nations
1) The Soviet Union and Nazi Germany were both democratic regimes.
2) The ideologies of these two nations were at opposite ends of the political spectrum.
3) The Soviet Union had a long history of close relations with Great Britain.
4) Since 1935, the official government policy of the Soviet Union had supported isolationism
1) Saddam Hussein and the Persian Gulf War
2) Sun Yixian (Sun Yat-sen) and the Defeat of the Manchu Dynasty
3) Joseph Stalin and the Rise of a Totalitarian State
4) Jawaharlal Nehru and the Modern Industrial State of India