Which of the following was NOT part of the Big Three?
Woodrow Wilson - USA
Georges Clemenceau - France
Kaiser Wilhelm II - Germany
David Lloyd George - Britain
Which country signed the war guilt clause?
Which leader wanted revenge?
Kaiser Wilhelm II
David Lloyd George
How many men were allowed in the German army according to the military terms of the Treaty of Versailles.
Wilson's plan for peace was called the ...
Treaty of Versaille
Treaty of Paris
League of Nations
What new organization was created to promote international peace?
The United Nations
The League of Nations
The European Union
What are reparations?
When a country sends workers to repair damage from the war.
When a defeated country pays for war damage.
The amount of money it will take to repair a country after war.
When you "repair" something physical.
Which country rejected the Treaty of Versailles?
Check all the ways the economy began to collapse after the 1929 stock market crash
Farmers make less and borrowed from banks
Factories put out too much goods than people could buy
Auto and construction industries suffered
There was high income inequality
Choose the picture that best fits with the Dust Bowl
Banks often owned many ____________ so they could make more money.
What event caused many banks to close?
The Dust Bowl
Auto and Construction Industry collapse
The Stock Market crash
High income inequality
Income inequality is _______________________
When most people have equal amounts of money
When you bring in lots of income
When you bring in a little amount of income
When much of the wealth is owned by the richest few
By 1932, about ____% of people had lost their jobs.
What caused most battlefield deaths? (WWI)
What does "stalemate" mean?
A hard bread eaten by soldiers
When something is stale
A situation that is terrible because of bad conditions
A situation in which further action is blocked; a deadlock
A single _______________couple could produce up to 900 offspring in a year, spreading infection and contaminating food. They were one of the worst aspects of life in the trenches.
Body lice bugs
Where in this diagram would be the WORST place to spend a lot of time?
The support trench
Company HQ dugout
No Man's Land
Which of the following is the correct Statement of Inquiry for this unit?
Causes and consequences of turning points in history change the status quo.
War and peace are turning points that change society
The World Wars are a result of the change in the status quo and the changes in turning points
War is bad.
Which of the following is NOT an aim of the League of Nations?
Which is an example of the failure of the League of Nations in the 1930s?
China's invasion of Japan
The Abyssinian Crisis
China's invasion of Manchuria
The Italian Crisis
The League of Nations had the following objectives:
To ensure the dominance of the United States
To prevent wars
To encourage disarmament
To prevent the rise of the Soviet Union
The aggressor in Abyssinia was
What does the German word 'Blitzkrieg' mean?
In what order did the Nazis attack using the 'Blitzkrieg' tactic?
planes, tanks, foot soldiers
tanks, foot soldiers, planes
foot soldiers, planes, tanks,
tanks tanks tanks tanks
Why was this tactic (Blitzkrieg) so good?
nobody could speak german
it was very fast and caught people by surprise
they used nuclear weapons
Hitler was a nut job (crazy person)
German planes (stukas) first went in and bombed...
schools and hospitals
allied soldier bases
rail lines, important roads and bridges
What were the German planes called?
spitfires and hurricanes
Ryanair and Aer lingus
Messerschmitts and Stukas
Lufthansa and aerhausens
What happened immediately after the bombing? (Blitzkrieg)
The planes attacked again
the foot soldiers went in
the tanks attacked
there was silence
Why did the tanks attack immediately after the bombing? (Blitzkrieg)
they were there anyways
so the enemy would have no chance to recover
cause they just loved causing mayhem
they were running out of petrol
What was the last thing to happen in blitzkrieg?
everyone was killed
The Allies won
the foot soldiers attacked
the tanks left
What country was NOT attacked using Blitzkrieg?
(hint: look at the map)
Britain is surrounded by water!
Why did the Nazis not use Blitzkrieg on the British?
they were friends
they ran out of soldiers and tanks
Britain is an island nation
the British had better technology