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  1. Which symbol of the Cold War was torn down in 1989?

    Brandenburg Gates in Berlin
    The 48th parallel between North and South Korea
    The Iron Curtain
    The Berlin Wall
    The Berlin Wall
  2. Why did so many people from Hong Kong immigrate to British Columbia in the 1980’s and the 1990’s?

    -B.C. gave them free housing and a guaranteed job.
    -Hong Kong was about to be handed over to the Chinese communist government.
    -B.C. already has a large population of Hong Kong Chinese.
    -B.C. offered investment subsidies for Asian businesspeople.
    B.C. already has a large population of Hong Kong Chinese.
  3. Since 1968 the Prime Minister of Canada has comely
    mainly from which province?

    Ontario
    British Columbia
    Alberta
    Quebec
    Quebec
  4. What was Bill 22 also known as?

    Official Languages Act
    The PQ Act
    Bilingualism and Biculturalism Act
    Charter of the French Language Act
    Official Languages Act
  5. The term “melting pot” was used to define which of the
    following countries?

    Canada
    United States
    Great Britain
    France
    United States
  6. What was the Auto Pact?
    a. A special agreement to allow Japanese car makers to open factories inCanada.

    b. A government agreement that set safety standard across North America.Shut down.

    c. A free-trade agreement to share car production between Canada and theUnited States.

    d. Environmental legislation to reduce emissions from automobiles in Canada.
    c. A free-trade agreement to share car production between Canada and theUnited States.
  7. Why was Lester Pearson awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957?
    a. for ending the Korean War

    b. for creating the UN peacekeeping concept

    c. for solving many world problems

    d. for bringing a cease-fire in Cyprus
    b. for creating the UN peacekeeping concept
  8. What is La Francophonie?
    A. an international organization of nations that share a cultural connection withFrance
    B. an international association that meets regularly in Paris, France
    C. an international association of French students on exchange in Canada
    D. an international agreement that everyone involved will speak French
    A. an international organization of nations that share a cultural connection withFrance
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  9. The federal government moved an entire Inuit community to Ellesmere Islandbecause:
    A. It was part of the Inuit peoples’ nomadic lifestyle
    B. The government wanted to assert Canadian claims of ownership to the ArcticIslands.
    C. The Inuit asked to be moved there.
    D. The move was part of a federal program to build the DEW line.
    B. The government wanted to assert Canadian claims of ownership to the ArcticIslands.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. The Avro Arrow has become important to many Canadians because:
    A. Its cancellation became a symbol for Canadian nationalists against USinfluence in Canada
    B. It was a unique building at Expo 67
    C. It was a new design that flew very fast and was used by NORAD.
    D. It created many jobs for Canadians.
    A. Its cancellation became a symbol for Canadian nationalists against USinfluence in Canada
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  11. At the Yalta Conference, it was agreed that post-war Germany was to be divided intozones of occupation by the following countries:
    A. Britain, France, and Germany
    B. Britain, France, and the US
    C. Britain, US, Soviet Union, and Germany
    D. Britain, US, Soviet Union, and France
    D. Britain, US, Soviet Union, and France
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. What did Canadian Mennonites do in order to reduce charges of pro-Germanism?
    A. They cancelled their German-language schools
    B. They enlisted in large numbers
    C. They reduced their church services
    D. Both B and C
    D. Both B and C
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. D-Day stands for:
    A. Victory in Europe Day
    B. End of WWII.
    C. Destruction Day
    D. Allied invasion of Europe
    D. Allied invasion of Europe
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  14. What does the term “Final Solution to the Jewish Problem” refer to?
    A. The systematic extermination of Jews
    B. The forced labour of all urban Jews
    C. Jews being forced to give up all property rights
    D. The resettlement of German Jews.
    A. The systematic extermination of Jews
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  15. Hitler went against the Treaty of Versailles when he announced plans for which ofthe following?
    a. German Air Force
    b. military conscription
    c. an increased army
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  16. After the stock market crash, large companies who invested in the stock marketwere forced to do which of the following?
    a. Shut down.
    b. Severely cut back on production.
    c. Lay off workers.
    d. All of the above.
    d. All of the above.
  17. Which of the following statements is most true about the term “imperialism?”
    A. Imperialism was not a major cause of WW1.
    B. Raw materials are often desired by imperialism.
    C. A nation that is annexed becomes free.
    D. Colonies are an example of imperialistic control.
    D. Colonies are an example of imperialistic control.
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  18. Where were most relief camps built?
    A. Near industrial areas.
    B. In the Canadian wilderness.
    C. Near farm communities.
    D. In the northern areas of Canada.
    B. In the Canadian wilderness.
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  19. Three nations who were joined in an alliance in 1914 were:
    A. Italy, France, and Russia.
    B. England, France, and Russia.
    C. Germany, Austria, and Russia.
    D. Italy, France, and England.
    B. England, France, and Russia.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. We know prejudice existed in Canada during WW1 because:
    a. Women were paid less than men in the workplace.
    b. Black Canadians were denied combat duty.
    c. “Enemy aliens” were often interned.
    d. English was the language of the training camp at Valcartier.
    e. All of the above.
    e. All of the above.
  21. What is a “Chautauqua?”
    A. A combination circus and minstrel show.
    B. A name of a county outside Buffalo, New York.
    C. A type of jazz played by New York musicians.
    D. A travelling variety show.
    D. A travelling variety show.
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  22. Which of the following statements is an anti-conscription stand?
    A. “If we do not help, democracy is at risk.”
    B. “Every citizen should perform their duty.”
    C. “We must support our mother country.”
    D. “Sending food is also support.”
    D. “Sending food is also support.”
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. The 1920’s and 1930’s were called The Golden Age of Sport for which group inparticular?
    A. Amateur sports
    B. Professional teams
    C. Women
    D. Children
    C. Women
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  24. The main result of enforcing conscription in the war was:
    a. An increase in overseas troops.
    b. A more unified Canada
    .c. An increase in morale overseas.
    d. A major rift in English-French relations
    d. A major rift in English-French relations
  25. Women worked in the factories during WW1 because:
    a. Women wanted to help in the war effort.
    b. There were not enough men to fill the jobs.
    c. Women needed to support themselves and their families.
    d. Women could do the work.
    e. All of the above.
    e. All of the above.

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