Study Guide Chapter 28 Ap World History

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Chapter 28 Descent into the Abyss: World War I and the Crisis of the European Global Order

Multiple-Choice Questions

1) Approximately how long did World War I last?
A) About four years
B) About two years
C) About six years
D) About one year
E) About three years
Page Ref: 646

2) Which nation joined the Triple Entente alliance in the early 1900s (and to complete the alliance?) A) Germany
B) Britain
C) France
D) Russia
E) Italy
Page Ref: 647

3) What was the region of Europe that produced the most diplomatic crises prior to World War I? A) Scandinavia
B) The Balkans
C) Italy
D) Spain
E) Iberian peninsula
Page Ref: 649

4) What two European powers were directly involved in the Balkan diplomacy? A) Germany and Russia
B) Russia and Britain
C) Russia and Austria-Hungary
D) France and Austria-Hungary
E) Italy and Austria-Hungary
Page Ref: 649

5) Which of the following was NOT an event leading to the outbreak of World War I? A) The assassination of the Austrian archduke
B) Austria's declaration of war on Serbia
C) The mobilization of the Russian army
D) France's invasion of Belgium
E) The rise of the alliance system
Page Ref: 648-649

6) Germany's leaders counted on WHAT to help them overwhelm the Belgians and French? A) Their country's superb railway system
B) Small, but lightning-quick armies
C) Submarine warfare
D) Diplomacy
E) Use of air power
Page Ref: 650

7) By 1915, conflict on the Western Front
A) had become a shifting game of rapid maneuver with few major battles. B) had resulted in the surrender of France and the establishment of the Vichy government. C) had resulted in victory for the British and French troops, who pushed the exhausted enemy to the borders of Germany. D) had settled into a deadly stalemate in which hundreds of thousands of lives were expended for a few feet of trench. E) had resulted in massive food shortages in both France and Great Britain. Page Ref: 650

8) Which of the following is NOT a reason for the quick suppression of the Russian armies during the first weeks of the war? A) Aristocratic generals
B) Uncoded battle commands
C) Destruction of the Russian fleet at Leningrad
D) Ineffective artillery cover
E) Poorly trained troops
Page Ref: 650-651

9) As a direct consequence of the war
A) women's participation in the labor force increased greatly. B) women's participation in the labor force increased only slightly. C) women's participation in the labor force decreased significantly. D) women's participation in the labor force stayed basically at the same levels. E) women's participation in the labor force decreased only slightly Page Ref: 652

10) On the Italian front, the primary combatants were Italy and A) Germany.
B) Russia.
C) Austria-Hungary.
D) France.
E) Ottoman Turks.
Page Ref: 651

11) Between 1914 and 1917, warfare on the Eastern Front
A) pitted the forces of Russia and Austria-Hungary against the invading Germans. B) had reached a stalemate.
C) resulted in the Serbian knockout of the Austrian forces. D) featured bloody trench warfare in which almost no land changed hands. E) was as bloody as the Western Front. Page Ref: 650-651

12) Which of the following was NOT a feature of war on the home front between 1914 and 1919? A) Governments organized the major sectors of the economy to ration resources and production. B) Executive branches of government increasingly took over from parliaments. C) Governments controlled public opinion through manipulation of mass media such as newspapers. D) Strict government regulation prevented material shortages and famine. E) Union leadership served on industrial production boards designed to increase production.Page Ref: 651

13) Which of the following countries did NOT have colonies outside of Europe at the outbreak of the war? A) France
B) Britain
C) Austria-Hungary
D) Italy
E) Spain
Page Ref: 652
14) Which...
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