Cold War in Asia- Philippines, China and Korea

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A level quiz on the dynamics of the cold war in Asia: ideology, identity, and culture.
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Question 1

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What parallel did the US and USSR divide Korea in 1945?
Answer
  • 38th
  • 48th
  • 50th

Question 2

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When did the Punish and Reform stage start in Japan?
Answer
  • 20th Apr 1947
  • 15th Aug 1945
  • 17th Sep 1946

Question 3

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What was the second phrase of Japan know as?
Answer
  • 'Relaxed' Cold war
  • 'Soft' Cold War
  • 'Hard' Cold war

Question 4

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In what year did the second phase in Japan begin?
Answer
  • 1947
  • 1946
  • 1948

Question 5

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What was the third stage of Japan known as?
Answer
  • 'Tough' Cold War
  • 'Hard' Cold War
  • 'Simple' Cold War

Question 6

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When did the Civil War resume in China?
Answer
  • June 1945
  • June 1946
  • June 1947
  • June 1948

Question 7

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What year was the People's Republic of China established/
Answer
  • March 1946
  • October 1949
  • April 1947
  • September 1948

Question 8

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Who was elected as President of the Republic of South Korea?
Answer
  • Syngman Rhee
  • Kim Il Sung
  • Seoul

Question 9

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When did Kim Il Sung gain stalin's support for offensive against South Korea?
Answer
  • March 1950
  • April 1950
  • May 1950
  • June 1950

Question 10

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When did the Korean War begin?
Answer
  • May 1950
  • June 1950
  • April 1950

Question 11

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Which act strengthened America trade in the Philippines in 1946?
Answer
  • Bell Trade Act
  • San Francisco Act
  • Philippines Act

Question 12

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What was the fourth stage of Japan known as?
Answer
  • Joined Cold War
  • Integrated Cold War
  • Defensive Cold War

Question 13

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What treaty gave Japan it's independence in 1951?
Answer
  • Washington Treaty
  • San Francisco Treaty
  • Arizona Treaty

Question 14

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What Party did Jiang Jeshi take leadership of in 1925?
Answer
  • Chinese Communist Party
  • National People's Party
  • National Chinese party

Question 15

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When did the defensive Perimeter Strategy become widely-accepted?
Answer
  • 1946
  • 1947
  • 1948
  • 1949

Question 16

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What US National Security Council review document the proposal of tripling America's defense budget to combat the advance of the USSR?
Answer
  • NSC 81
  • NSC 68
  • NSC 78

Question 17

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What was the ROK?
Answer
  • North Korean People's Republic of Korea
  • South Korean People's Republic of Korea
  • North Korean People's Korea
  • South Korean People's Korea

Question 18

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When did Mao agree to support North Korea?
Answer
  • 12 May 1950
  • 13 May 1950
  • 14 May 1950
  • Across all three days
  • 12-13 May 1950

Question 19

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Within how many days did Seoul fall to the North of Korea?
Answer
  • Two Days
  • Three Days
  • Four Days

Question 20

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What was the first phase of the Korean War?
Answer
  • Rollback
  • Pusan and Inchon
  • Seoul and Inchon

Question 21

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When did the first phase of the Korean War take place?
Answer
  • June to September 1950
  • August to December 1950
  • March to June 1950

Question 22

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When was the second phase of the Korean war, 'Rollback' of communism to the Yalu River?
Answer
  • September to October 1950
  • October to November 1950
  • November to December 1950

Question 23

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What was the third phase of the Korean War that happened between October 1950- February 1951?
Answer
  • USSR involvement and escalation
  • Chinese involvement and escalation
  • American involvement and escalation

Question 24

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What did NSC 81 allow MacArthur to do?
Answer
  • Ordered MacArthur to retreat over the 38th parallel
  • Ordered MacArthur to cross the 38th parallel
  • To use American troops against North Korean troops

Question 25

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In what year was MacArthur sacked?
Answer
  • 1950
  • 1951
  • 1952
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