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Question 3

1-In an effort to help support the increased cost of colonial administration, Parliament
passed the__________ Act in 1764, placing tariffs on coffee, wine and other major

Your answer:
A) Tea

B) Sugar

C) Grenville

D) Declaratory

Question 5

2-In response to the Boston Tea Party, British government passed a series of laws
which closed the port of Boston and strengthened the power of the governor of
Massachusetts. In the colonies, these acts were known as the __________ Acts.

Your answer:
A) Intolerable

B) Suffolk

C) Royal Brute

D) New England
4-The Second Continental Congress......

Your answer:
A) declared independence from Great Britain because of the battles a

B) formed the Continental Army under the leadership of George Wa

In January 1776. Your answer: True False Question 4 1-All of the following contributed to the outbreak of the French Revolution except Your answer: A) an economic crisis. Age of Reason Question 4 12. he wanted to demonstrate that the time for compromise had passed. All 13 colonies sent delegates except for Virginia. . Common Sense B. that the proper course was to shed the British monarchy and aristocracy to create an American Republic. The American Crisis C. The First Continental Congress met in Philadelphia on September 1.Your answer: C) organized the Continental Association to force England to repeal D) called on the states to write new constitutions. Your answer: A. Rights of Man D. Question 2 14. had published……. 1774. a recent immigrant from England. In his book. Thomas Paine.

mainly clergy and nobility. . C) the Enlightenment.Your answer: B) a social crisis. D. mainly children. C. Question 1 4-The term “sans culottes” was used in revolutionary France to refer to: Your answer: A. B. mainly workers and poor. mainly women. D) Industrial Revolution. Question 5 6-What estate was the "commoners" in 18th century France? Your answer: A) Third Estate B) Clergy Estate C) Versaille Estate D) Estates-General Question 3 8-The government that emerged in France after Robespierre's fall from power was the Your answer: A) Fifth Democracy.

Napoleon's Continental System represented Your answer: A) the spread of French Revolutionary conviction to the rest of Europ B) economic warfare against Britain to ruin a nation he could not defe C) an attempt to bring economic stability once and for all to Europe. Constitution of France c. Your answer: TRUE FALSE Question 3 1. C) Directory. Concordat of 1801 d. Napoleonic Code 3.Napoleon’s revision of the legal system included the creation of the: Your answer: a. Question 2 15. Concordat of Worms b. D) Committee of Public Safety.Your answer: B) Supreme Republic. D) a unilateral trade agreement between Napoleonic France and Jeffer . French Revolution encouraged the authority and power of law and democratic rule over religion and church which led to secularism.

B-To create a balance of power. Question 1 6-At Battle of Trafalgar..9-Civil Code did not regulated Your answer: A. . Napoleon was sent to exile to St. D-To create a new the new order of power.. C-To make France going to war again..the divorce laws C... Which of the following is NOT among he aims of the Congress of Vienna? Your answer: A-To return Europe to the way it was before Napoleon.the inheritance laws D.the marriage laws B.. Helena.. Napoleon was defeated by combined armies of Europe mainly British and Prussian.the birth laws Question 2 10. an island in the south of Atlantic Ocean. Your answer: True False 2-The conservatives.. in Belgium in 1815.

Your answer: A.Charles V. Napoleon’s nephew was elected president. Your answer: True False Question 2 15. Question 4 8..Louis VIII. set up the “Second Republic.believed that change should come gradually.Your answer: A.wanted to estabish a republic. B.The new constitution in France which was approved in 1848.” Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte or Louis-Napoleon. C.Middle classes in Russia attempted a nationalist coup in December 1825 which is known as “Decembrist Revolt”. B. C.wanted less obedience to traditional political authority.Otto von Bismarck. .. D.believed that religion was not important for the order in Question 1 13.Matternich. D.....The chancellor who engineered the unification of Germany was.

Your answer: True False Question 5 6. C) replaced animal power with water and coal power. D) immediately extended the life span of the average Europea Question 3 2-Where did the Industrial Revolution begin in the West? Your answer: A) France .extended the vote to include male members of the indu C.The Great Reform Bill of 1832 Your answer: A.Gave blacks the right to vote Question 4 1-The Industrial Revolution Your answer: A) spread the benefits of the cities to all corners of the Europe B) immediately improved the lives of all the vote to the aristocrats B.Limited the vote of the women D.

Capital Accumulation B.Anglican Church Question 2 4-The Industrial Revolution changed the “commercial capitalism” of the Middle Ages with “industrial capitalism” which is based on industrial production. Mass immigration and migration to cities started.000 in 1850. Your answer: True False uestion 1 10. . Cities were the industrialized centers. For example.Your answer: B) Germany C) Italy D) Great Britain Question 5 7.Which of the following is NOT among the reasons that Industrial Revolution began in England? Your answer: A. London’s population increased from 1 million in 1800 to 2.Improved Agriculture C.363.Free Trade Area D.

. Your answer: True False 8) The population of Europe decreased between 1680 and 1820.Your answer: True False 2) Where did the Industrial Revolution begin in the West? Your answer: A) France B) Germany C) Italy D) Great Britain 7) Due to the Industrial Revolution. Europe and later the United States emerged as two leading economic and political powers of the world. Your answer: True False 7) Due to the Industrial Revolution. Europe and later the United States emerged as two leading economic and political powers of the world. Your answer: True False 9) Money flow of the merchants and traders had NO impact on the building of factories.

Fetva means..Your answer: True False 10) Scientific Revolution led to scientific knowledge about agriculture and industry.. Your answer: True False 7...... B)Takvim-i Vekayi..First offical newspaper was printed in 1839 was.. C) Takvim-i Ceride.. 8. Your answer: A) religious-legal order. Your answer: A) Takvim-i Hayriye.. D)Takvim-i Ayine. C) cultural-legal order. This resulted with the capability of mechanizing the industry.. Question 2 13) Modernization in Ottoman Empire was mainly criticized by the.. B) European Intellectuals.. Your answer: A)religious conservatives.... D) social-legal order. B) political-legal order... ..

railed against the racism that had long existed in European culture.” Your answer: True False Question 1 9. blamed the black race for what he called contrary discrimination.In 1902. Your answer: True False Question 4 7.Your answer: C) educated women. portrayed Western troubles as being the result of intermarriages.In his essay on the "Inequality of the Human Races. D. Question 5 6. including an efficient centralized government. and awritten constitution. D) Young Turks. Great Britain was granted a 99 year concession to build and operate a BerlinBaghdad Railroad. an elected parliament." Count Arthur de Gobineau: Your answer: A. . B.The political agenda of the Young Ottoman Movement was “to adopt Western politicalinstitutions. claimed Western troubles were the result of resistance to intermarria C.

However.Russians tried to expand into the Pacific. they gave up the plan and sold their territories in America (Alaska) to the United States in 1867 . called for a separate Jewish state in which Jewish rights C. D) isolated the tuberculosis bacillus. eschewed the tactics of directing an appeal to the Jews D. 10-Max Planck Your answer: A) developed the quantum theory.Question 3 8-Theodor Herzl: Your answer: A. C) argued that time and space is relative.Social Darwinism is the application of Darwinian biological theory to a social theory that argued the idea of “the survival of the fittest to society. Your answer: True False Question 2 3. believed that liberal politics could protect Jews in Europ B. Question 5 1. believed that Jews did not deserve an assurance of righ toward a new Jewish state. B) discovered radium.

c. b.... D) as a result of the death of the Tsar. D) the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand..America entered the war in 1917 because of Your answer: a.. C) a Serbian and Albanian conflict in Bosnia.Your answer: True False Question 1 8. the German assaults on the free trade zones.Russia pulled out of World War I Your answer: A) as a consequence of the Bolshevik revolution. Your answer: A) the Moroccan affair. ....... B) the sinking of the Lusitania. B) as a result of German conquest of Moscow.. All of these answers Question 4 .. the Zimmer Telegram d... C) as a result of the defeat of Russian troops in Serbia. 10.The immediate cause of World War I was. the sinking of the Lusitania.

) Japan took over German colonies in the Pacific.Ultra-nationalism (chauvinism) B. B) allowed massive deficit spending in Nazi Germany. Reformism. The Mandate System gave former German colonies and Ottoman lands to imperial nations (ones that helped the victors in the war.Fear of foreigners (xenophobia) C.Global economy 11.Ethnocentrism D. Etatism (statism). Your answer: True False Question 5 6.4.and Secularism. while France and Britain took control over parts of the Middle East. Your answer: True False Question 4 1. Populism.The Nuremberg Laws in 1935 Your answer: A) were the legal foundation of Hitlerʹs dictatorship. Which of the following is NOT emphasized by Fascism? Your answer: A. Nationalism. The ideological foundation of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s reform program is Kemalism whose main points were the Six Arrows: Republicanism. .

Your answer: True False Question 3 5. Mussolni invaded Ethiopia. Ethiopia consulted the League of Nations for help. England b. The league banned the trading of weapons with Italy. Germany Question 1 4. the tension began to grow between USA and Japan. D) defined who was Jewish in Nazi Germany.Your answer: C) established the Hitler Youth. France d.Which of the leading Western nations was hardest hit by the Depression? Your answer: a. but lacked the power to enforce the ban. The United States c. In 1935. . After the attack. Japan’s attack into Manchuria was a direct violation of Nine-Power Treaty and a direct threat to USA security. Question 5 14.

Your answer: True False 11) Extreme Nationalist of Germany were blaming Hitler for signing the Treat of Versailles.Your answer: True False When was the armistice signed that ended the First World War? Your answer: A) 11 November 1918 B) 12 December 1919 C) 11 October 1918 D) 12 October 1919 2) The First World War lasted for 6 years. Your answer: True False Who is the founder of 14 points? Your answer: A) Loyd George B) Clemenceau C) Woodrow Wilson D) Mustafa Kemal 0) Rhineland was occupied by Allied troops until 1935 in order to protect France. .

organize elections in Germany once the war ended. C. D. Hungary and Soviet Union. France and Italy. 4. Germany and France. B. with the Yalta Accords the Allies agreed to: Your answer: A-ban the use of atomic weapons. C) the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.divide Germany into occupation/military zones. B) the Battle of Britain. these two nations agreed to divide Poland amongst themselves: Your answer: A. B.Your answer: True False 1-In a secret agreement. Question 3 . D) the Nazi invasion of France.The United States entered World War II as a result of Your answer: A) the German attack on the Soviet Union. Soviet Union and Germany. WRONG^^^^ 8.At Potsdam. signed in August 1939.All of these answers. C. D.

12. German forces never gained back their earlier strength. German forces never gained back their earlier strength.12." Your answer: True False .After the Battle of Stalingrad. This led to the final defeat of the German army by the allied powers.After the Battle of Stalingrad. Your answer: True False Question 5 13-The Blitzkrieg was Hitler’s military tactic which meant “attack from one target targets with small number of soldiers so as to devastate the enemy and seize rapidly. This led to the final defeat of the German army by the allied powers.