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Unit 7

7.10 Multiple Choice Questions

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AP World History 🌍

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Facts about the test: The AP World History exam has 55 multiple choice questions and you will be given 55 minutes to complete the section. That means it should take you around 15 minutes to complete 15 questions.

*The following questions were not written by CollegeBoard and although they cover information outlined in the AP World History Course and Exam Description the formatting on the exam may be different.


1. What was not one of the main causes of World War I?
A. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand
B. Nationalism
C. Alliances
D. Demilitarization

2. How did women's roles change during WWI?
A. They were further discriminated by the general public
B. Similar to life before the war, they remained at home
C. They fought in war alongside men
D. They were more involved in labor industries and politics

3. Whose assassination was seen as the spark that ignited World War I between European nations?
A. Franz Ferdinand
B. Nicholas II
C. Kaiser Wilhelm II
D. Woodrow Wilson

4. Which of the following major events also occurred during WWI?
A. development of atomic weapons
B. rise of fascist Italy
C. influenza pandemic
D. the Treaty of Versailles

5. Which of the following strategies was NOT used by home countries and their colonies for the purpose of waging war?
A. political propaganda
B. anti-war protests
C. art and media
D. intensified nationalism

6. Which of the following is NOT a reason for U.S. entry into WWI?
A. bombing of the U.S. embassy in Germany
B. sinking of the Lusitania
C. unrestricted submarine warfare by the Germans
D. Zimmermann telegram

7. Which of the following contributed to the rise of fascism in Italy?
A. A tradition of democracy
B. A booming economy
C. Strong government
D. High unemployment

8. Which of the following is true about the main positions of power in the Weimar Republic?
A. The president is more powerful than the chancellor
B. The president and chancellor are equally powerful
C. The chancellor is more powerful than the president
D. The president and chancellor have little power compared to the Reichstag

9. Which of the following factors DID NOT contribute to the Great Depression?
A. misplaced investments in arts and sciences
B. overproduction
C. industrialization leading to lower demands and prices
D. drastic increase in unemployment

10. How did President Franklin D. Roosevelt resolve the Great Depression?
A. harassing European nations over their loans to the U.S.
B. intensifying goods production
C. promoting imperialism over the Americas
D. commencing the New Deal

11. Which of the following correctly matches the leader with their respective nation?
A. Hitler :: France
B. Mussolini :: Italy
C. Stalin :: Japan
D. Emperor Hirohito :: Germany

12. Why did Italy join the Axis Powers instead of the Allies?
A. to ensure that fascism will prevail in the Mediterannean region
B. to acquire territories it failed to gain after WWI
C. to spite France and Britain
D. just for fun

13. Which event was NOT crucial in ensuring Allied victory in WWII?
A. public expose of the Holocaust
B. D-Day
C. bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
D. failed attack on Stalingrad

14. How many atomic bombs did the United States detonate in Japan during World War II?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

15. Approximately how many Jewish people died/were killed in the Holocaust?
A. One hundred thousand
B. Five hundred thousand
C. Two million
D. Six million

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