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  1. *24. The most impressive accomplishments of Stalin's five-year plans occurred in
    A. foreign investment.
    B. consumer industry.
    C. foreign trade.
    D. heavy industry.
    E. collectivized agriculture.
    D. heavy industry.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. *25. Strategic decision that most epitomized Hitler's violent and unlimited ambitions was the
    A. invasion of the Soviet Union.
    B. bombing of British cities during the Battle of Britain.
    C. offensive into the eastern Mediterranean.
    D. occupation of the Rhineland.
    E. declaration of war against the United States.
    A. invasion of the Soviet Union.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. *26. Hitler's Mein Kampf included all of the following basic themes except
    A. living space.
    B. the leader-dictator.
    C. land reform.
    D. the masses were driven by fanaticism, not by knowledge.
    E. race.
    C. land reform.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. *27. The Nuremberg Laws
    A. deprived German Jews of their rights of citizenship.
    B. outlawed private property in the Soviet Union.
    C. established "reservations" for Jews on German territory.
    D. attempted to implement Hitler's promises of"work and bread."
    E. established the parallel government/party structure of Nazi Germany.
    A. deprived German Jews of their rights of citizenship.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. *28. The first German act of aggression that could not be justified by self-determination was the
    A. invasion of Denmark.
    B. invasion of Poland.
    C. remilitarization of the Rhineland.
    D. annexation of Austria.
    E. occupation of "rump" Czechoslovakia.
    D. annexation of Austria.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. *29. The regimes of Nazi Germany, fascist Italy, and the Stalinist Soviet Union all shared a
    A. complete rejection of private property.
    B. violently racist ideology.
    C. goal of complete economic transformation.
    D. respect for the independence of established churches.
    E. profound hatred of Western liberalism.
    E. profound hatred of Western liberalism.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. *30. How did real wages for workers and peasants in the Soviet Union in 1937 compare with those in the Russian Empire in 1913?
    A. They were marginally higher.
    B. They were far higher.
    C. Available data do not allow comparison.
    D. They were lower.
    E. They were approximately the same.
    D. They were lower.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. *31. Mussolini was expelled from the Italian Socialist Party
    A. for plotting to assassinate its leader.
    B. for urging Italian entry into World War I.
    C. for anti-Semitism.
    D. for denying the necessity of violent revolution to establish a worker dictatorship.
    E. for working as a secret government informer.
    B. for urging Italian entry into World War I.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. 32. Relations warmed between Hitler and Mussolini after
    A. Hitler supported the Italian invasion of Ethiopia.
    B. Mussolini supported the German takeover of Austria.
    C. Hitler came to power in January 1933.
    D. Mussolini attacked the British colony of Egypt.
    E. Hitler passed the Nuremberg Laws.
    A. Hitler supported the Italian invasion of Ethiopia.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. *33. The newer comparative studies of fascism identify all of the following as shared characteristics except
    A. alliance with working-class movements.
    B. alliance with powerful capitalists and landowners.
    C. extreme, expansionist nationalism.
    D. glorification of war and the military.
    E. a dynamic and violent leader.
    A. alliance with working-class movements.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. *34. The Grand Alliance was cemented by all of the following policies except
    A. postponement of a discussion of the eventual peace settlement.
    B. the decision to exclude France from the Alliance.
    C. a commitment to unconditional surrender.
    D. U.S. adoption of the "Europe first" principle.
    E. the promise of huge U.S. aid to Britain and the Soviet Union.
    B. the decision to exclude France from the Alliance.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. *35. In the early 1930s German chancellor Bruning tried to cope with the Great Depression by
    A. enactment of new welfare measures.
    B. large spending on public works projects.
    C. cutting government spending and squeezing down wages and prices.
    D. repudiation of the Treaty of Versailles and drastic increases in military spending.
    E. free trade policies to attract foreign investment.
    C. cutting government spending and squeezing down wages and prices.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. *36. Lenin's New Economic Policy was a political compromise with the
    A. White counterrevolutionaries.
    B. foreign capitalists.
    C. urban workers.
    D. Russian intelligentsia.
    E. Russian peasants.
    E. Russian peasants.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. *37. The Lateran Agreement indicated that Mussolini had the support of
    A. the Greek government.
    B. Italian labor unions.
    C. Nazi Germany.
    D. the Pope and the Catholic church.
    E. fascist Spain.
    D. the Pope and the Catholic church.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. *38. The term Final Solution refers to
    A. Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union.
    B. the attempted extermination of European Jews by the Nazis.
    C. Hitler's suicide as Soviet troops stormed Berlin.
    D. Stalin's industrialization drive.
    E. the Allies' demand that Germany had to surrender unconditionally.
    B. the attempted extermination of European Jews by the Nazis.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. *39. The Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact
    A. stated that if either side became involved in war, the other would remain neutral, and included a secret clause dividing up Poland.
    B. engaged Germany and the Soviet Union to defend one another should either be attacked.
    C. stated that if either side became involved in war, the other would remain neutral, and included a secret agreement to divide up Yugoslavia.
    D. allied Germany and the Soviet Union against Britain and France.
    E. stated that Germany and the Soviet Union foreswore any further acts of aggression against sovereign states.
    A. stated that if either side became involved in war, the other would remain neutral, and included a secret clause dividing up Poland.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. *40. Hitler's popularity was based on all of the following except
    A. growing profits for business.
    B. his establishment of equality for women.
    C. his successes in foreign policy.
    D. the perception of greater equality and social mobility for all Germans.
    E. high employment and rising real wages.
    B. his establishment of equality for women.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. *41. In the Battle of Britain (1940)
    A. Hitler tried to break civilian morale in Britain with radio broadcasts and leaflet drops.
    B. the German army landed troops on the sooth coast of England.
    C. the German navy attempted to wrest control of the English Channel from the British.
    D. British labor unions protested continuation of the war.
    E. the German air force sought to win control of the air over Britain.
    E. the German air force sought to win control of the air over Britain.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. 42. According to the text, the differences between "conservative authoritarian" and "radical totalitarian" regimes include all of the following except
    A. authoritarian regimes sought to maintain the status quo while totalitarian regimes sought to destroy it.
    B. authoritarian regimes were based on an elite, while totalitarian regimes mobilized entire peoples with appeals to nationalist and socialist sentiment.
    C. authoritarian regimes did not seek to regulate tightly their subjects' lives while totalitarian regimes did.
    D. authoritarian regimes depended heavily on support from the church and big landowners, while totalitarian regimes generally dominated these groups.
    E. authoritarian regimes did not use police repression against dissent, while totalitarian regimes did.
    E. authoritarian regimes did not use police repression against dissent, while totalitarian regimes did.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. *43. In Stalin's Soviet Union, women
    A. were urged to liberate themselves sexually.
    B. lost the right to vote.
    C. shared family duties equally with men.
    D. were able to pursue professional careers.
    E. were relegated to agricultural and domestic labor.
    D. were able to pursue professional careers.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. 44. The only Eastern European state that retained its parliamentary government through the turbulent 1920s and 1930s was
    A. Hungary.
    B. Poland.
    C. Czechoslovakia.
    D. Latvia.
    E. Yugoslavia.
    C. Czechoslovakia.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. *45. Marshal Henri-Philippe Petain
    A. headed the Vichy French government that made peace with the Nazis.
    B. led the Popular Front government in France in 1937.
    C. commanded the French armies in the spring of 1940.
    D. was a French general who deserted to the Nazis during their invasion of France.
    E. commenced French rearmament when he became premier in 1938.
    A. headed the Vichy French government that made peace with the Nazis.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. *46. Early writers on totalitarianism such as Elie Halevy
    A. argued that fascism was a tool of powerful capitalists.
    B. stressed the differences in the historical patterns of fascist states.
    C. stressed the differences between fascism and communism.
    D. celebrated conservative authoritarianism.
    E. asserted that all totalitarian states were closely related.
    E. asserted that all totalitarian states were closely related.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. *47. According to historian Daniel Goldhagen, most Germans
    A. greeted the outbreak of war with resignation.
    B. were Hitler's willing accomplices in the Final Solution.
    C. detested the anti-Semitic policies of the Nazi party.
    D. were indifferent to the Holocaust.
    e. feared Bolshevism above all.
    B. were Hitler's willing accomplices in the Final Solution.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. *48. Stalin's theory of "socialism in one country"
    A. was rejected by the Communist party.
    B. was originally proposed by Leon Trotsky.
    C. argued that the Soviet Union could build socialism on its own.
    D. maintained that the success of socialism depended on world revolution.
    E. proposed that the Soviet Union should give up trying to catalyze the world proletarian revolution.
    C. argued that the Soviet Union could build socialism on its own.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. *49. One example of the successful resistance of Russian peasants to collectivization was
    A. their control of the Siberian grain and raw materials sectors of the Soviet economy.
    B. de-kulakization.
    C. Stalin's decision to limit the extent of collectivization.
    D. grudgingly tolerated family plots.
    E. the restoration of their rights to move freely without carrying passports in 1935.
    D. grudgingly tolerated family plots.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. *50. Among the objectives of Stalin's first Five-Year Plan were all of the following except
    A. to prevent the growth of an independent class of "capitalist" peasants.
    B. to stamp out the small-scale private enterprise tolerated under the NEP.
    C. To Russify the ethnic minority groups in the U.S.S.R.
    D. to catch up with the advanced capitalist countries in industrial and military power.
    E. to squeeze out of the peasants the capital needed for industrialization.
    C. To Russify the ethnic minority groups in the U.S.S.R.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. *51. All of the following were factors in the success of Stalin's industrialization drive except
    A. the skill of Soviet economists.
    B. the crushing of independent labor unions.
    C. the use of foreign experts.
    D. a sharp decrease in domestic consumption.
    E. extensive labor discipline.
    A. the skill of Soviet economists.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. *52. The parliamentary government in Italy was breaking down at the time of the Fascist march on Rome in October 1922 largely because
    A. of mass unemployment.
    B. of mutinies in the Italian fleet.
    C. of the general strike against the government declared by the Catholic Church.
    D. socialist workers were seizing control of factories.
    E. of the violence perpetrated by Mussolini's own black-shirted militants.
    E. of the violence perpetrated by Mussolini's own black-shirted militants.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. *53. One of the most important consequences of the Great Purges was the
    A. elimination of foreign spies and saboteurs.
    B. decline in the international scope of the communist movement.
    C. creation of a new generation of communists loyal to Stalin.
    D. destruction of the Red Army's ability to fight.
    E. rise of significant sympathy for Nazi Germany inside the U.S.S.R.
    C. creation of a new generation of communists loyal to Stalin.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. *54. Hitler's aggressive foreign policy was exemplified by all of the following except the
    A. remilitarization of the Rhineland.
    B. invasion of Ethiopia.
    C. invasion of Poland.
    D. occupation of Czechoslovakia.
    E. annexation of Austria.
    B. invasion of Ethiopia.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. 55. Hitler's promise to create a "third path" between capitalism and communism was directed primarily at
    A. big business.
    B. the intelligentsia.
    C. the army officer corps.
    D. urban workers.
    E. the middle and lower-middle classes.
    D. urban workers.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. 56. Hitler acquired absolute dictatorial powers, through the Enabling Act, as a result of
    A. the election of 1932.
    B. a wave of strikes by German labor unions.
    C. the Reichstag fire.
    D. the assassination of a German diplomat by a Jew.
    E. the remilitarization of the Rhineland.
    C. the Reichstag fire.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. 57. Hitler purged the SA, the brown-shirted Nazi storm troopers, because
    A. the SA had attempted to overthrow Hitler.
    B. they had been infiltrated by communist agents.
    C. the army and big business were suspicious of them.
    D. he suspected SA leaders of masterminding the Reichstag fire.
    E. they resisted Hitler's personal control of the Nazi party.
    C. the army and big business were suspicious of them.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. 58. Hitler's slogans in the early 1930s included all of the following themes except
    A. national rebirth.
    B. crimes of the Versailles Treaty.
    C. expulsion and extermination of the Jews.
    D. emphasis on young Germans and the future.
    E. the need for government programs to bring about economic recovery.
    C. expulsion and extermination of the Jews.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. 59. Prior to the outbreak of the war, Hitler's domestic policies had resulted in all of the following except
    A. large-scale Jewish emigration from Germany.
    B. a modest degree of social mobility.
    C. the virtual elimination of unemployment.
    D. improvements in the average standard of living.
    E. greater equality for women.
    E. greater equality for women.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. *60. Britain and France finally confronted Hitler with the threat of war when he
    A. Took the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia.
    B. Occupied Austria.
    C. used the pretext of German minorities in Danzig to threaten Poland.
    D. Invaded Norway.
    E. remilitarized the Rhineland.
    C. used the pretext of German minorities in Danzig to threaten Poland.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. *61. According to Hitler's New Order, the European "race" that was next to the Jews on Hitler's scale of subhumans was the
    A. Nordic race.
    B. Magyar race.
    C. Slavic race.
    D. Anglo-Saxon race.
    E. Latin race.
    C. Slavic race.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. *62. By 1945, Hitler and his Nazis had murdered
    A. 2 million Jews.
    B. l million Jews.
    C. 600,000 Jews.
    D. 20 million Jews.
    E. 6 million Jews.
    E. 6 million Jews.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. 63. The story of the villagers of Le Chambon represents the
    A. horror of the Holocaust.
    B. importance of the Catholic Church in motivating humanitarian opposition to the Nazis.
    C. many others who actively worked to save Jews from the Nazis.
    D. depths of depravity associated with collaboration.
    E. impact of the Soviet collectivization drive.
    C. many others who actively worked to save Jews from the Nazis.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. 64. Between 1942 and 1944, German war production
    A. tripled.
    B. remained stable.
    C. doubled.
    D. declined by half.
    E. quintupled.
    A. tripled.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. 65. According to Marco Nahon's Birkenau: The Camp of Death, excerpted in "Listening to the Past," when the Jews of Dimotika learned they were to be deported, most of them
    A. scattered into the surrounding countryside.
    B. cooperated, believing the Allies would be able to liberate them.
    C. responded with armed resistance.
    D. fled to Turkey.
    E. offered passive resistance, refused to leave Dimotika, and were shot.
    B. cooperated, believing the Allies would be able to liberate them.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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