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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What does B.C.E stand for?

    • A.

      Because Christ Existed

    • B.

      Before the Common Era

    • C.

      Behind the class erasers

    Correct Answer
    B. Before the Common Era
    Explanation
    B.C.E stands for "Before the Common Era." This term is used as a secular alternative to the traditional "B.C." (Before Christ) to denote the time period before the birth of Jesus Christ. The use of B.C.E is preferred in academic and historical contexts to maintain a neutral and inclusive approach, as it does not reference any specific religious figure.

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  • 2. 

    Who do we think first discovered the eastern coast of America?

    • A.

      Christopher Columbus

    • B.

      Leif Erikson

    • C.

      Bill Gates

    Correct Answer
    B. Leif Erikson
    Explanation
    Leif Erikson is believed to have discovered the eastern coast of America before Christopher Columbus. This Norse explorer is thought to have reached North America around 1000 AD, almost 500 years before Columbus. Leif Erikson's discovery is supported by archaeological evidence, including the remains of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland, Canada. While Christopher Columbus is often credited with discovering America, it is widely accepted that Leif Erikson and other Norse explorers made the initial contact with the continent.

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  • 3. 

    Leif Erikson was a _______________.

    • A.

      Saint

    • B.

      Packer

    • C.

      Viking

    Correct Answer
    C. Viking
    Explanation
    Leif Erikson was a Viking. Vikings were seafaring people from the late eighth to early 11th century, originating from the Scandinavian region. Leif Erikson, believed to be the son of Erik the Red, was an Icelandic explorer and is considered one of the first Europeans to have reached North America, specifically areas in present-day Canada. He is known for establishing settlements in Greenland and exploring further west, making him a significant figure in Viking history and exploration.

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  • 4. 

    What was the religion of the Vikings?

    • A.

      Pagan

    • B.

      Baptist

    • C.

      Mormon

    Correct Answer
    A. Pagan
    Explanation
    The Vikings practiced the religion known as paganism. Paganism is a term used to describe various pre-Christian religions that were practiced by different cultures, including the Vikings. The Vikings believed in a pantheon of gods and goddesses, such as Odin, Thor, and Freya, and they performed rituals and sacrifices to appease these deities. Their religious beliefs and practices were an integral part of their culture and influenced many aspects of their daily lives, including their warfare, exploration, and social structure.

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  • 5. 

    What does polytheistic religion mean?

    • A.

      The believers worshipped only one god

    • B.

      The worshipers wear polyester clothing

    • C.

      Followers worshipped more than one god or higher being

    Correct Answer
    C. Followers worshipped more than one god or higher being
    Explanation
    Polytheistic religion refers to the belief system in which followers worship multiple gods or higher beings. This means that instead of worshipping just one god, as in monotheistic religions, polytheistic believers acknowledge and worship a pantheon of gods or deities. These gods may have different powers, responsibilities, and domains, and are often associated with different aspects of nature, life, or human characteristics. Polytheistic religions can be found in various cultures and civilizations throughout history, such as ancient Greek, Roman, and Norse mythologies.

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  • 6. 

    When did the Chinese invent gun powder?

    • A.

      700 AD

    • B.

      700 BCE

    • C.

      Last year

    Correct Answer
    A. 700 AD
    Explanation
    The Chinese invented gunpowder in 700 AD. This is a well-known historical fact that is widely accepted by scholars and historians. Gunpowder, also known as black powder, was invented during the Tang Dynasty in China and was initially used for medicinal and mystical purposes before its military applications were discovered. The invention of gunpowder revolutionized warfare and had a significant impact on the development of civilization.

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  • 7. 

    What religion was introduced to the Vikings as an attempt to link and control them?

    • A.

      Paganism

    • B.

      Christianity

    • C.

      Buddhism

    Correct Answer
    B. Christianity
    Explanation
    Christianity was introduced to the Vikings as an attempt to link and control them. This religion, with its centralized authority and moral code, was seen as a way to unify the Viking population and bring them under the control of a single religious authority. Christianity also offered a new set of beliefs and values that could replace the traditional pagan practices of the Vikings. By promoting Christianity, those in power hoped to establish a more centralized and organized society, reducing the potential for internal conflicts and strengthening their control over the Viking population.

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  • 8. 

    In a Viking house, what was the longhearth?

    • A.

      A couch for sitting

    • B.

      A fire pit in the middle of the room

    • C.

      A place to keep food cold

    Correct Answer
    B. A fire pit in the middle of the room
    Explanation
    The longhearth in a Viking house was a fire pit located in the middle of the room. This served as the main source of heat and light for the household. It was also used for cooking food and providing warmth during the cold winters. The fire pit was an essential feature of the Viking house and played a central role in daily activities and social gatherings.

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  • 9. 

    What is this ship called?

    • A.

      Cruise ship

    • B.

      Tanker

    • C.

      Longship

    Correct Answer
    C. Longship
    Explanation
    A longship is a type of ship that was used by the Vikings during the Viking Age. It was a long and narrow vessel, designed for both warfare and exploration. Longships were known for their speed and agility, allowing the Vikings to navigate both open seas and shallow rivers. They had a shallow draft, allowing them to sail in shallow waters, and were equipped with oars and sails. The longship was a versatile and essential tool for the Vikings, enabling them to travel long distances, conduct raids, and establish trade routes.

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  • 10. 

    Nordic people (norse) came from what countries?

    • A.

      England, Ireland, Scotland

    • B.

      Germany, France, Japan

    • C.

      Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland

    Correct Answer
    C. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland
    Explanation
    The Nordic people, also known as the Norse, originated from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. These countries are located in the northern part of Europe and share similar cultural and historical backgrounds. The Norse people had a significant impact on European history, particularly during the Viking Age, when they explored, traded, and raided various parts of the world. Their influence can still be seen today in the languages, traditions, and folklore of these countries.

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  • 11. 

    What are these called?

    • A.

      Ruins

    • B.

      Coins

    • C.

      Runes

    Correct Answer
    C. Runes
    Explanation
    Runes are a set of ancient alphabets or characters used by various Germanic languages before the adoption of the Latin alphabet. They were typically carved onto stones or wood and used for writing, divination, or magical purposes. Ruins, on the other hand, refer to the remains or remnants of a building or structure that has been destroyed or decayed over time. Coins, as the name suggests, are metallic forms of currency used for trading and commerce. Therefore, the correct answer for the given question is "runes", which are a specific type of ancient alphabet.

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  • 12. 

    Where did the Vikings attack in 793?

    • A.

      Lindisfarne

    • B.

      Italy

    • C.

      Spain

    Correct Answer
    A. Lindisfarne
    Explanation
    The Vikings attacked Lindisfarne in 793. This is historically significant because it marked the beginning of the Viking Age. Lindisfarne, an important center of religious and cultural significance in Northumbria, was raided by Viking warriors who looted the monastery, killed or enslaved the monks, and caused widespread shock and fear throughout Europe. The attack on Lindisfarne is often seen as the first major Viking raid on British soil, setting the stage for further Viking invasions and the eventual establishment of Viking settlements in Britain.

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  • 13. 

    Why did Vikings raid monasteries?  What did they stea?

    • A.

      Gold

    • B.

      Silver

    • C.

      Food

    Correct Answer
    B. Silver
    Explanation
    Vikings raided monasteries primarily to steal valuable items such as silver. Monasteries were often wealthy and held treasures like silver crucifixes, chalices, and other valuable religious artifacts. These raids provided the Vikings with a source of wealth and allowed them to acquire precious metals that could be melted down and used for trade or crafting. Additionally, monasteries were seen as easy targets due to their remote locations and lack of strong defenses, making them attractive to Viking raiders.

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  • 14. 

    Three groups of barbarians are the vikings, the goths, the Huns and the ___________________.  (Fill in the blank by choosing the correct answer).                               

    • A.

      Saints

    • B.

      Mongols

    • C.

      Seahawks

    Correct Answer
    B. Mongols
    Explanation
    The question asks for the group that belongs alongside the Vikings, Goths, and Huns. The Saints and Seahawks are not groups of barbarians, so they can be eliminated as options. The correct answer is "Mongols" because they were a group of nomadic warriors who were known for their conquests and military prowess, similar to the Vikings, Goths, and Huns.

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  • 15. 

    The Vikings used boats to make conquests, but the Goths used ____________.

    • A.

      Camels

    • B.

      Chariots

    • C.

      Horses

    Correct Answer
    C. Horses
    Explanation
    The Goths used horses for their conquests. Horses were a crucial part of their military strategy, providing them with speed and mobility on the battlefield. The Goths were skilled horsemen and relied on their cavalry to launch swift attacks and outmaneuver their enemies. Horses also allowed them to cover long distances quickly, enabling them to expand their territory and launch surprise attacks. Unlike the Vikings who primarily relied on boats for their conquests, the Goths recognized the advantages of using horses in warfare and utilized them effectively.

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  • 16. 

    Why did the Goths give up their religion, way of life and culture?

    • A.

      For protection from the Vikings

    • B.

      For protection from the Huns

    • C.

      For protection from the Romans

    Correct Answer
    B. For protection from the Huns
    Explanation
    The Goths gave up their religion, way of life, and culture for protection from the Huns. The Huns were a powerful and aggressive nomadic group that posed a significant threat to the Goths. In order to ensure their survival and safety, the Goths made the difficult decision to abandon their own traditions and assimilate into the culture of the Huns. This choice allowed them to gain the protection and support of the Huns, but it also meant giving up their own identity and way of life.

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  • 17. 

    Goths were pagans but the Romans were _______________.

    • A.

      Muslim

    • B.

      Christian

    • C.

      Buddhist

    Correct Answer
    B. Christian
    Explanation
    The Goths were known to be pagans, practicing their own indigenous religious beliefs. On the other hand, the Romans were predominantly Christian. Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire in the 4th century AD, and it played a significant role in shaping Roman culture and society. Therefore, the correct answer is Christian.

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  • 18. 

    What civilization was the first to use the catapult and the reflex bow?

    • A.

      Huns

    • B.

      Goths

    • C.

      Vikings

    Correct Answer
    A. Huns
    Explanation
    The Huns were the first civilization to use both the catapult and the reflex bow. These two weapons were instrumental in their military tactics and helped them become a formidable force in ancient warfare. The catapult was a powerful siege weapon that could launch large projectiles at enemy fortifications, while the reflex bow was a highly efficient and accurate weapon that gave the Huns an advantage in long-range combat. The Huns' mastery of these weapons played a significant role in their military successes and their ability to conquer and dominate other civilizations.

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  • 19. 

    Aleric was the king of what barbarian group?

    • A.

      Huns

    • B.

      Vikings

    • C.

      Goths

    Correct Answer
    C. Goths
    Explanation
    Aleric was the king of the Goths, an ancient barbarian group. The Goths were a Germanic people who played a significant role in the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Aleric's leadership and influence over the Goths allowed him to establish a powerful kingdom and lead his people in various military campaigns. The Goths had a complex history and were known for their migration and interactions with other civilizations, making Aleric's reign an important chapter in their story.

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  • 20. 

    Genghis Khan was the ruler of which group of barbarians?

    • A.

      Goths

    • B.

      Mongols

    • C.

      Seahawks

    Correct Answer
    B. Mongols
    Explanation
    Genghis Khan was the ruler of the Mongols. He was a powerful and influential leader who founded the Mongol Empire and played a significant role in expanding its territories. Under his leadership, the Mongols became known for their military prowess and conquered vast regions of Asia and Europe. Genghis Khan's rule had a lasting impact on history, shaping the political and cultural landscape of the regions he conquered.

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  • 21. 

    How was Marco Polo important in engaging the Age of Discovery?

    • A.

      Introduced Europeans to silk, perfumes and spices from his trips to the orient.

    • B.

      Taught Europeans how to play a game in the pool.

    • C.

      Showed Columbus how to sail a ship

    Correct Answer
    A. Introduced Europeans to silk, perfumes and spices from his trips to the orient.
    Explanation
    Marco Polo was important in engaging the Age of Discovery because he introduced Europeans to silk, perfumes, and spices from his trips to the Orient. This was significant because it sparked a desire for trade and exploration in Europe, leading to the development of new trade routes and the expansion of European influence around the world. Polo's accounts of the wealth and exotic goods in the East inspired future explorers, such as Columbus, to seek out these valuable resources and establish new trade connections.

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  • 22. 

    Estaban led Spain in an expedition to find what imaginary place?

    • A.

      The Aztec palace

    • B.

      The Incan pyramids

    • C.

      Seven cities of Gold

    Correct Answer
    C. Seven cities of Gold
    Explanation
    Esteban led Spain in an expedition to find the Seven Cities of Gold. This legendary place was believed to be filled with immense wealth and was said to be located somewhere in the Americas. Many explorers, including Esteban, were captivated by the tales of this mythical city and embarked on expeditions to discover its whereabouts. However, despite their efforts, the Seven Cities of Gold remain a mythical place that has never been found.

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  • 23. 

    During the Age of Discovery, what 3 European countries were in competition for wealth, gold and fame?

    • A.

      England, Spain, Germany

    • B.

      France, England, Spain

    • C.

      Spain, Latvia, France

    Correct Answer
    B. France, England, Spain
    Explanation
    During the Age of Discovery, France, England, and Spain were in competition for wealth, gold, and fame. These three European countries were among the most powerful and influential nations during this period. They sponsored numerous explorations and voyages to discover new trade routes, establish colonies, and acquire valuable resources. Their rivalry led to intense competition for territories and resources in the New World, resulting in conflicts such as the Spanish Armada and the Anglo-Spanish War. France, England, and Spain were at the forefront of European expansion and played significant roles in shaping the course of history during the Age of Discovery.

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  • 24. 

    In the 17th century, what English explorer discovered the Northeastern part of NA?

    • A.

      Vasco de Gama

    • B.

      Hudson

    • C.

      Blaylock

    Correct Answer
    B. Hudson
    Explanation
    In the 17th century, the English explorer Henry Hudson discovered the northeastern part of North America. He embarked on several voyages in search of a northwest passage to Asia, and during his third voyage in 1609, he explored the area that is now known as the Hudson River and Hudson Bay. Hudson's exploration played a significant role in the colonization and development of the region by the English.

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  • 25. 

    What European country was responsible for discovering/settling the Northwest part of NA?

    • A.

      Portugal

    • B.

      France

    • C.

      Russia

    Correct Answer
    C. Russia
    Explanation
    Russia is the correct answer because during the 18th century, Russian explorers and fur traders began to venture into the Northwest part of North America, particularly Alaska. They established settlements and trading posts, contributing to the discovery and settlement of this region. Portugal and France were involved in exploration and colonization in other parts of the Americas, but they were not responsible for discovering or settling the Northwest part of North America.

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  • 26. 

    What war began in 1914?

    • A.

      The War to End All Wars

    • B.

      WWII

    • C.

      Russian-American War

    Correct Answer
    A. The War to End All Wars
    Explanation
    The war that began in 1914 and is commonly referred to as "The War to End All Wars" is World War I. This war was a global conflict that involved many nations and lasted from 1914 to 1918. It was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, resulting in millions of casualties and significant political and social changes. The term "The War to End All Wars" reflects the hope that the devastation caused by World War I would lead to lasting peace and prevent future wars.

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  • 27. 

    What was 'no man's land?'

    • A.

      The countries of Spain and France

    • B.

      The area between enemy trenches in WWI

    • C.

      The draft registration

    Correct Answer
    B. The area between enemy trenches in WWI
    Explanation
    During World War I, "no man's land" referred to the area between the opposing trenches of enemy forces. It was a barren and dangerous strip of land, often filled with barbed wire, craters, and other obstacles. Crossing this area was extremely perilous as it exposed soldiers to enemy fire. The term "no man's land" symbolized the desolate and uninhabitable nature of this territory, where neither side had full control.

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  • 28. 

    What country below was NOT an Allied Force?

    • A.

      France

    • B.

      US

    • C.

      Russia

    Correct Answer
    C. Russia
    Explanation
    Russia was not an Allied Force because during World War II, it was initially part of the Axis Powers as it signed a non-aggression pact with Germany. However, after Germany invaded Russia, they switched sides and joined the Allies, but they were not part of the original Allied Forces.

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  • 29. 

    Which country below was NOT an Axis Power in WWI?

    • A.

      Russia

    • B.

      Japan

    • C.

      Germany

    Correct Answer
    B. Japan
    Explanation
    During World War I, Japan was not part of the Axis Powers. The Axis Powers consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II. However, in World War I, Japan was actually part of the Allied Powers, which included countries such as the United Kingdom, France, and Russia. Therefore, Japan was not an Axis Power in World War I.

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  • 30. 

    What was the main cause of WWII?

    • A.

      The Economy

    • B.

      The Treaty of Versailles

    • C.

      Nationalism

    Correct Answer
    B. The Treaty of Versailles
    Explanation
    The Treaty of Versailles was the main cause of WWII. After World War I, this treaty imposed harsh conditions on Germany, including massive reparations, territorial losses, and military restrictions. These conditions led to economic instability and resentment within Germany, fueling the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party. Hitler's aggressive expansionist policies and desire to overturn the treaty eventually led to the outbreak of WWII.

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  • 31. 

    Pride in one's nation that was seen as one cause of WWI.

    • A.

      Communism

    • B.

      Nationalism

    • C.

      Democracy

    Correct Answer
    B. Nationalism
    Explanation
    Nationalism is the correct answer because pride in one's nation can lead to a sense of superiority and a desire to expand one's influence, which can ultimately lead to conflicts and wars. In the case of World War I, the intense nationalistic sentiments among European powers contributed to the escalation of tensions and the outbreak of the war. Nationalism fueled rivalries and competition for power, as countries sought to assert their dominance and protect their own interests. This led to a chain reaction of alliances and ultimately resulted in the devastating conflict.

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  • 32. 

    The spreading of ideas of beliefs that help a particular cause and hurt an opposing cause by half truths and brain washing.

    • A.

      Mass media

    • B.

      Television shows

    • C.

      Propaganda

    Correct Answer
    C. Propaganda
    Explanation
    Propaganda refers to the spreading of ideas or beliefs that support a specific cause while undermining opposing causes through the use of half-truths and brainwashing techniques. It is commonly employed through mass media channels such as television shows to manipulate public opinion and shape attitudes towards a particular agenda or ideology.

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  • 33. 

    An understanding between nations.

    • A.

      Entente

    • B.

      Treaty

    • C.

      Contract

    Correct Answer
    A. Entente
    Explanation
    An entente refers to an understanding or agreement between nations. It is a less formal and binding arrangement compared to a treaty or contract. Ententes are often used to establish cooperation, resolve conflicts, or promote common interests among nations. Unlike treaties or contracts, ententes do not necessarily have legally enforceable provisions. Instead, they rely on mutual trust and goodwill between the parties involved. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is entente.

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  • 34. 

    Building an empire by taking over the countries and colonies of another country.

    • A.

      Communism

    • B.

      Democracy

    • C.

      Imperialism

    Correct Answer
    C. Imperialism
    Explanation
    Imperialism refers to the practice of building an empire by taking over the countries and colonies of another country. It involves the expansion of a nation's power and influence through military force, economic domination, or political control. This concept is different from communism and democracy, which are political ideologies and systems of governance.

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  • 35. 

    Rooted in militarism,extreme nationalism and blind loyalty to the state's dictators who vowed to create new empires.

    • A.

      Communism

    • B.

      Facism

    • C.

      Imperialism

    Correct Answer
    B. Facism
    Explanation
    Fascism is the correct answer because it aligns with the characteristics mentioned in the question. Fascism is rooted in militarism, extreme nationalism, and blind loyalty to dictators who aim to create new empires. This ideology promotes a centralized autocratic government led by a dictator, suppression of political opposition, and strong control over society and the economy. It often involves the glorification of the state and the suppression of individual rights and freedoms.

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  • 36. 

    What were the 2 theatres where WWII was fought?

    • A.

      Pacific Islands and Europe

    • B.

      Europe and Asia

    • C.

      Asia and Australia

    Correct Answer
    A. Pacific Islands and Europe
    Explanation
    During World War II, the conflict was fought on two major fronts: the Pacific Islands and Europe. The Pacific Islands were a crucial battleground between the Allied forces, led by the United States, and the Japanese Empire. This included significant battles such as the Battle of Midway and the island-hopping campaign. In Europe, the war was fought between the Allied forces, including the United Kingdom, United States, and Soviet Union, against the Axis powers, primarily Germany and Italy. Major battles like D-Day and the Battle of Stalingrad took place in Europe. Therefore, the correct answer is Pacific Islands and Europe.

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  • 37. 

    Who was the president of North Vietman during the Vietnam War?

    • A.

      Mao Tse Tung

    • B.

      Ho Chi Minh

    • C.

      Jackie Cha

    Correct Answer
    B. Ho Chi Minh
    Explanation
    Ho Chi Minh was the president of North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. He was a key figure in the Vietnamese independence movement and led the communist forces against the United States and its allies during the war. Ho Chi Minh's leadership and determination played a significant role in the eventual victory of North Vietnam and the reunification of the country. His political ideology and military strategies were instrumental in mobilizing the Vietnamese people and building a strong resistance against foreign intervention.

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  • 38. 

    The theory that if one Southeast Asian country fell to communism, then all of Asia would also become communist.

    • A.

      Checkers Theory

    • B.

      Domino Theory

    • C.

      We All Fall Down Theory

    Correct Answer
    B. Domino Theory
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Domino Theory." This theory suggests that if one Southeast Asian country were to fall to communism, it would create a chain reaction where neighboring countries would also succumb to communism. The idea behind this theory was that the spread of communism was seen as a threat to the stability and security of the entire region. The United States used this theory to justify its involvement in the Vietnam War, as they believed that if Vietnam fell to communism, it would lead to the spread of communism throughout Asia.

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  • 39. 

    Who was president of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War?

    • A.

      Ho Chi Minh

    • B.

      Moa Tse Tung

    • C.

      Ngo Dinh Diem

    Correct Answer
    C. Ngo Dinh Diem
    Explanation
    Ngo Dinh Diem was the president of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. He came to power in 1955 and was known for his strong anti-communist stance. Diem's presidency was marked by political instability and corruption, leading to widespread dissatisfaction among the South Vietnamese population. His authoritarian rule and discriminatory policies towards Buddhists eventually sparked protests and unrest, leading to his overthrow and assassination in 1963. Diem's presidency played a significant role in shaping the course of the Vietnam War.

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  • 40. 

    In what city and state did Ruby Bridges integrate the all white school district?

    • A.

      Charleston, SC

    • B.

      Knoxville, TN

    • C.

      New Orleans, LA

    Correct Answer
    C. New Orleans, LA
    Explanation
    Ruby Bridges integrated the all-white school district in New Orleans, LA. This historic event took place in 1960 when Ruby, an African-American girl, became the first black student to attend an all-white elementary school in the South. Despite facing immense opposition and hostility, Ruby's bravery and determination paved the way for desegregation and equal education opportunities for all students.

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