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World War one Quiz


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  • 1. 

    What is Nationalism

    • A.

      Someone who enjoys their country

    • B.

      A strong supporter of the Rights and Interests of one's Country

    • C.

      A strong supporter of war for his country

    • D.

      Someone who thought their country was best

    Correct Answer
    B. A strong supporter of the Rights and Interests of one's Country
    Explanation
    Nationalism refers to the ideology or belief in the rights and interests of one's own country. It involves a strong support and loyalty towards one's nation, advocating for its rights and welfare. Nationalists prioritize the well-being and prosperity of their country and often work towards its development and protection. This definition highlights the importance of supporting and advocating for the rights and interests of one's own nation, without necessarily implying support for war or considering one's country as superior to others.

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  • 2. 

    What is Imperialism

    • A.

      Act of one nation gaining political or economic control over countries

    • B.

      Thinking that your country is best

    • C.

      That your country is imperial

    Correct Answer
    A. Act of one nation gaining political or economic control over countries
    Explanation
    Imperialism refers to the act of one nation gaining political or economic control over other countries. It involves a dominant nation exerting its influence and authority over weaker nations, often through colonization, annexation, or economic exploitation. This can be seen as a form of expansionism, where the dominant nation seeks to extend its power and control beyond its own borders. Imperialism is driven by the belief that the dominant nation is superior and has the right to assert its dominance over others.

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  • 3. 

    What is Militarism

    • A.

      Believe that your military owns

    • B.

      Belief that your country should maintain a strong military and be ready to use it at all time

    • C.

      Thinking that your military is the best in the world

    • D.

      Thiniking that your military is weak

    Correct Answer
    B. Belief that your country should maintain a strong military and be ready to use it at all time
    Explanation
    Militarism refers to the belief that a country should maintain a strong military and be prepared to use it at all times. This ideology advocates for a robust military presence and readiness, emphasizing the importance of military power in national security and international relations. It promotes the idea that a strong military is essential for protecting a country's interests and projecting its influence globally. This belief often leads to increased military spending, the development of advanced weaponry, and a militaristic approach to conflicts and foreign policy.

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  • 4. 

    What is Social Darwinism

    • A.

      Everyman for himself

    • B.

      Competition among all individuals, gorups, nations, or ideas drive progress in human societies

    • C.

      A bunch of people acting like Darwin

    Correct Answer
    B. Competition among all individuals, gorups, nations, or ideas drive progress in human societies
    Explanation
    Social Darwinism is a belief that competition among individuals, groups, nations, or ideas is what propels progress in human societies. This perspective draws parallels to Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection, where only the fittest individuals survive and thrive. According to Social Darwinism, the constant struggle for resources and power leads to societal advancement as the strongest prevail. This concept has been used to justify social inequality and the survival of the fittest mentality in various contexts throughout history.

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  • 5. 

    Which on of these is Woodrow Wilson's 14 points ( You may choose as many as two)

    • A.

      Belgium must be evacuted and restored

    • B.

      A free open minded and absolultely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims

    • C.

      The evactuation of a German territory

    • D.

      All of the above

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Belgium must be evacuted and restored
    B. A free open minded and absolultely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims
    Explanation
    Woodrow Wilson's 14 points were a set of principles outlined by the US President during World War I as a basis for peace negotiations. The first point stated that Belgium, which had been occupied by Germany during the war, must be evacuated and restored to its pre-war condition. The second point emphasized the need for a free and impartial resolution of colonial claims, indicating that colonial territories should not be taken or dominated by force. Therefore, the correct answers are "Belgium must be evacuated and restored" and "A free open-minded and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims."

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  • 6. 

    Who was Franz Ferinand

    • A.

      Archduke of Austria Hungry

    • B.

      One of Woodrow Wilson's main assistances

    • C.

      General for Germany

    • D.

      General of Austria- Hungry

    Correct Answer
    A. Archduke of Austria Hungry
    Explanation
    Franz Ferdinand was the Archduke of Austria-Hungary. He was the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne and his assassination in 1914 was one of the main triggers for the outbreak of World War I.

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  • 7. 

    Which Countries were in the Triple Entente

    • A.

      Germany, Russia, France

    • B.

      Germany, Austria- Hungry, Bulgaria

    • C.

      Britan, Russia, Austria-Hungry

    • D.

      Britan, France, Russia

    • E.

      China, America, Canada

    Correct Answer
    D. Britan, France, Russia
    Explanation
    The Triple Entente was an alliance formed between Britain, France, and Russia before World War I. This alliance was created as a response to the growing power and aggression of Germany and Austria-Hungary. By joining forces, these three countries aimed to counterbalance the threat posed by the Central Powers. Therefore, the correct answer is Britain, France, and Russia.

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  • 8. 

    Which of these is not a Characteristic of Germany pre WWI

    • A.

      Power

    • B.

      Proud

    • C.

      Old

    • D.

      Educated

    • E.

      Rich

    Correct Answer
    C. Old
    Explanation
    The option "Old" is not a characteristic of Germany pre WWI because Germany was a relatively young country at that time. Germany as a unified nation was only established in 1871, so it did not have a long history compared to other European countries. Therefore, "Old" does not accurately describe Germany pre WWI.

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  • 9. 

    What was Germany's Blank Check to Austria- Hungry

    • A.

      Unlimited Support to Austria-Hungry

    • B.

      1 trillion dollars

    • C.

      A check that said nothing to Austria Hungry

    • D.

      Everything Germany had

    Correct Answer
    A. Unlimited Support to Austria-Hungry
    Explanation
    During World War I, Germany provided unlimited support to Austria-Hungary, which came to be known as Germany's "Blank Check" to Austria-Hungary. This meant that Germany pledged its full support to Austria-Hungary in whatever actions it would take, regardless of the consequences. This support ultimately led to Austria-Hungary's aggressive actions against Serbia, which triggered the outbreak of the war. Germany's Blank Check demonstrated their commitment to their alliance and their willingness to go to great lengths to support Austria-Hungary.

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  • 10. 

    What was the Schliefen Plan

  • 11. 

    How did Trench War Fare and Military Technoligical advances help define WWI

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