Interwar Years Quiz 1- Russia, China, India

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Question 1

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The Bolsheviks won the Russia Civil War for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
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  • Trotsky's creation of an effective army.
  • German support of the Bolsheviks against Allied intervention.
  • The weakness and disunity of their White opponents.
  • The use of terror to crush opponents.

Question 2

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Mao Tse-tung drew most of his initial support from which of the following groups?
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  • The peasantry.
  • The warlords.
  • The urban workers.
  • Wealthy business men.

Question 3

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The most impressive accomplishment of Stalin's first five-year plan occurred in
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  • agriculture.
  • heavy industry.
  • consumer projects.
  • foreign trade.

Question 4

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The map above shows the
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  • Salt March.
  • Long March.
  • Bataan Death March.
  • movements of Communist armies during the Russian Civil War.

Question 5

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The kulaks were
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  • successful Russian farmers.
  • state-run farms.
  • collective farms.
  • intellectuals.

Question 6

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Which of the following is the best description of satyagraha?
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  • A mixture of Marxist ideology and Hindu theology directed against British rule.
  • The policy of nonviolent resistance preached by Gandhi.
  • The policy of nonviolent resistance based on Muslim principles.
  • Gandhi's ethical justification for the use of violence in resisting British rule.

Question 7

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The founder of the Kuomintang was
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  • Chiang Kai-shek.
  • Sun Yat-sen.
  • Mao Tse-tung.
  • Mohandas Gandhi.

Question 8

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The Amritsar Massacre brought about
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  • Indian independence.
  • an end to civil disobedience.
  • an increase in anti-British feeling.
  • the formation of the Muslim league.

Question 9

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Which of the following best describe the New Economic Policy?
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  • Rapid industrialization at the expense of the peasantry.
  • Small family farms and privately owned shops and businesses.
  • Economic centralization and considerable confiscation of property.
  • War Communism.

Question 10

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"A revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or painting a picture, or doing embroidery; it cannot be so refined, so leisurely and gentle, so temperate, kind, courteous, restrained and magnanimous. A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another." This passage was written by
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  • Sun Tat Sen.
  • Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
  • Mao Tse-tung.
  • Mohandas Ghandi.

Question 11

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One of the leading figures of the Muslim League was
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  • Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
  • Mohandas Gandhi.
  • Chiang Kai-shek.
  • Lenin.

Question 12

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During or between the Revolutions of 1917 all of the following occurred EXCEPT
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  • Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne.
  • The Bolsheviks seized power.
  • Russia withdrew from World War I.
  • Lenin called for all power to be given to the Soviets.

Question 13

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The May Fourth Movement
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  • was a direct result of the Amritsar Massacre.
  • ultimately resulted in the Bolsheviks seizing power.
  • guaranteed that women could hold positions in the Indian National Congress.
  • was an intellectual revolution that ushered in a new period of activism in China.

Question 14

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The term collectivization refers to the process of
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  • rapid industrialization.
  • forcing peasants onto collective farms.
  • sharing political power.
  • resisting authority through non-violent means.

Question 15

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The primary goal of the Indian National Congress was to
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  • reform Hinduism.
  • partition India between Muslims and Hindus.
  • implement British policies on a local level.
  • gain independence from Great Britain.

Question 16

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The Government of India Act of 1935
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  • granted India complete independence from British.
  • exiled all Muslims from the country.
  • decreased the role Indians played in the government.
  • gave Indians a greater voice and role in government.

Question 17

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Which of the following best describes China after the Qing Dynasty came to an end?
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  • It was ruled by another dynasty for the next thirty years.
  • It began a period where no one group was able to unify the county for an extended period of time.
  • A brutal civil war between the Nationalists and Communists immediately broke.
  • The Japanese invaded, took over the entire country and established a puppet government.

Question 18

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Lenin demanded that the Bolsheviks
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  • be a small, well-disciplined party of dedicated revolutionaries.
  • be a large, broad-based organization that allowed workers to lead.
  • be allies of the Germans in order to overthrow the Tsar and his regime.
  • honor all democratic elections.

Question 19

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The Great Purges of the 1930s were used by Stalin to
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  • improve the health of individual Soviet citizens.
  • make the Soviet Union's Five Year Plans more successful.
  • train the Red Army.
  • remove potential political opponents from power.

Question 20

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All of the following were Gandhi's goals EXCEPT
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  • The separation of religious groups.
  • Gaining independence from Great Britain.
  • Socially reforming Indian society.
  • Returning to simple traditions.
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