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Introduction to World War III

Welcome to the world of WWIII! This is an exciting game for anyone that loves the history of war. This creative board game combines trivia questions from both of the World Wars, the Cold War and everything in between! WWIII is a fun filled adventure designed for 4 players with 100 cards, 4 die and a whole lot of fun! With every question that is answered right, you throw the dice to determine how many spaces you move on the wild 3D landscape! This spectacular game was made for specifically high-schoolers and up but, with a little help from ChaCha or Google Plus, every child of any age can thrive in this game! The question cards involve that of true or false, multiple choice, and short answer questions appropriate for all ages! Hopefully you enjoy the engaging game of World War III! Ready. Aim. Fire!

HOW THE GAME IS PLAYED The overall feel for the game1. This is intended to be a five player game with one of those five players handling the answer key (The Holder). Each of the four players lines their chosen token on the start line. To choose who begins the game, each player rolls their die and whichever player rolls the lowest number proceeds with picking a card. If you get the question on the card right, you proceed in rolling the die again to determine how many spaces you move forward. The Cards Before starting the game, you need to shuffle the deck of cards. The numbers before each question determines the correct answer on the answer sheet. Once you have answered the question correctly or incorrectly, give the card to The Holder. From there he will gather all of the answered cards and reshuffle them for the other 4 players. The Holder 3. The Holder is the general of the game. He handles the shuffling of cards, the correct checking of the answers, and the assurance that the other 4 players are moving the correct amount of spaces for each roll. The Holder is in charge of handing out the metals given to the winners of the game. Yet he is also in charge of making sure everyone puts their game pieces into the correct area. The Holder should be played by someone who likes to be in charge, someone that doesnt like to play the game, but still would like to be involved in the party! 2.


QUESTIONS 1. a) b) c) How many peasants died during WW2? 10 million 45 million 500 thousand

2. What program did Stalin instigate during WW2? a) None Judaism b) Rapid Industrialization c) Military Destructionist 3. What is the nickname for the 1920s? 4. Josephine Baker was an American singer/dancer in the 1920s and that became well known in Europe for her negro jazz music. a) True b) False 5. What percent of adults were going to the movie theater at the end of World War Two? a) 92% b) 15% c) 60% 6. The 1936 Olympics were held in Berlin a) True b) False 7. In 1936, which competition was inaugurated? a) The NBA Playoffs b) World Cup c) Grand Pre 8. In the twenties, a womans style changed in the sense that they wore more makeup and showed more skin. a) True b) False

9. Which group wasnt targeted for bombing during World War Two? a) b) c) d) Military Devises and Supplies Enemy Troops Hospitals Civilian Population

10. Which countries were known as the Big 3 of the Grand Alliance? 11. What war was brought about after WW2? 12. Which two countries were involved in the Cold War? 13. Which person was not a leader of the Big 3? a) b) c) d) Stalin Roosevelt Ho Chi Minh Churchill

14. According to the Nazis, all of these were considered illegal accepta) b) c) d) Homosexuality Divorce Abortion Consuming Alcohol

15. In Soviet Russia, Stalinism was put in place during the 1920s. a) True b) False 16. How many radios were present in Britain by 1926? a) 9 million b) 2.2 million c) 490 thousand 17. What TV station was made public in 1930? a) PBS b) BBC c) FOX 18. Which war did Hitler use as an opportunity to test his new air weaponry?

a) b) c) d)

Portugal War Spanish War German War Iberian Peninsula War

19. In 1910 the Portuguese overthrew their monarchy and established a republic. a) True b) False 20. Dada Movement or Dadaism focused on the pointlessness of life. a) True b) False 21. The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali is a part of which movement? a) b) c) d) German Expressionism Surrealism Dadaism Modern Architecture

22. Which wasnt a scientist that revolutionized physics? a) b) c) d) Max Planck Albert Einstein Ernest Rutherford Carl Jung

23. Which country was the pioneer in the world of art? a) b) c) d) France Germany United States England

24. What decade was dubbed the Heroic Age of Physics? 25. The stream of consciousness was popular in the 1920s. a) True b) False

ANSWERS 1. A 2. B 3. Roaring 20s 4. A 5. C 6. A 7. B 8. A 9. C 10. US, Britain, and Russia 11. Cold War 12. Russia and US 13. C 14. D 15. A 16. B 17. B 18. B 19. True 20. True 21. B 22. D 23. D 24. The 1920s 25. A