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The assassination of ___________ escalated and eventually caused an outbreak of war.
Archduke Franz Fernando
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Archduke of Serbia
None of these
Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a ______ nationalist in the town of ________.
British, London
German, Poland
Serbian, Paris
Serbian,Sarajevo
The Allied Powers were...
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire
France, Russia, Britain
Japan, Germany, Austria-Hungary
None of these
The Central Powers were...
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire
France, Russia, Britain
Japan, Germany, Austria-Hungary
None of these
After the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Austria-Hungary declared war on
Germany
Latvia
Serbia
France
What were the four MAIN causes of World War I?
militarism, alliances, imperialism, nationalism
nationalism, imperialism, budget cuts, assassination
money, alliances, independence, niftiness
none of these
What was different about World War I in comparison to previous wars?
It was old-school war meets new technology
All the technology fit right into the old school tactics.
There were no major differences.
Airplanes and radar dominated the war.
From where did the Lusitania originate?
Britain
United States
France
Germany
What happened to the Lusitania?
It was sunk by a German U-boat.
1,198 people died.
128 Americans were killed.
All of these
World War I was originally referred to as...
The Civil War
The War of 1914
The Great War
All of these
What was the Schlieffen Plan?
Quick strike through Belgium to Paris. Next, attack Russia
It was a blitzkreig.
It was a plan to invade the United States.
None of these
What is a stalemate?
Neither side is advancing. War is at a standstill.
Both sides are advancing and winning the war.
One side is more dominant.
None of these
What was the new military strategy developed due to the advancements in technology?
guerilla warfare
trench warfare
battalion feuds
none of these
What was "no man's land"?
area inside of the trenches
area underground
area between the trenches
None of these
What was the deadliest battle of World War I?
Battle of France
Battle of the Somme
Battle of Paris
Battle of Brussels
What event brings the United States into war?
The Zimmerman Note
The Battle of the Somme
The Battle of Ypres
None of these
What was the Zimmerman Note?
Note from Germany to Mexico asking them to attack the US.
Note that was intended for Mexico.
A note intercepted by a British agent.
All of these
Why was the United States important to the war effort?
They brought fresh troops.
They boosted morale.
They brought supplies and weapons to Europe.
All of these
What was Adolf Hitler doing during World War I?
Fighting in the trenches for the German army.
Had a desk job in Berlin
Worked with Winston Churchill
None of these
He made the mistake of sending troops to Gallipoli in attempts to invade Germany through Russia
Adolf Hitler
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Winston Churchill
George S. Patton
Who is the first to surrender to the Allies?
Austria-Hungary
Germany
France
Belgium
When did Germany sign the truce to end the war?
Eleventh hour, eleventh day, eleventh month of 1918
Eleventh hour, eleventh day, eleventh month of 1915
Eleventh hour, eleventh day, eleventh month of 1912
None of these
What are some of the new nations formed after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles?
Poland
Czechoslovakia
Yugoslavia
All of these
What two empires were broken up after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles?
Japan and Ottoman Empire
Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire
United States and France
None of these
How was Germany punished after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles?
They had to pay back $33 billion to the Allies.
They lost land.
Were forced to admit they were solely responsible for war.
All of these
Did the "war to end all wars" actually end the war?
NOPE!
NOPE!
NOPE!
NOPE!
John McCrae wrote the poem "In Flanders Fields". Which battle was his inspiration?
Battle of the Somme
Battle of Ypres
Battle of London
None of these