The Early 20th Century History Quiz

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Warning: It's pretty westernized! ...Check out how well you know the early 20th Century:)

  • 1
    Which of the following did not help lead up to World War One?
    Francis Ferdinand
    The French Loss of Alsace-Lorraine
    Mutual Protection Alliances
    Resentment towards Jews
  • 2
    What year did WWI Begin?
  • 3
    What year did the Americans Join in WWI?
  • 4
    Who were "The Big Four"?
    Adolph Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong
    Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin
    Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd George, Vittorio Orlando, Georges Clemenceau
    United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia
  • 5
    Bloody Sunday in 1905 was what?
    The Irish Revolution
    A Protest in St Petersburg
    The Fall of the Russian Tsar
    Killing of Civilians in Ireland
  • 6
    What's a Major difference between socialism and communism?
    Socialism was the predecessor to communism
    One is achieved peacefully, the other through violent revolution
    One was practiced by the Russians, and one was practiced by the Germans
    They are complete opposites
  • 7
    Who led the Bolsheviks?
  • 8
    True or False: Leading up to and during the depression in the United States, farms had a huge surplus of food.
  • 9
    What was the Munich Beer Hall Putsch?
    The revolution that lead Hitler to power
    An olympic disaster
    A failed coup
  • 10
    What was the Black Famine?
    Starvation of the Jews
    Starvation during the great depression
    Starvation of the Polish
    Starvation of the Ukrainians
  • 11
    Pick the correct order of events:
    Invasion of Poland, Night of the long knives, Kristallnacht, Anschluss
    Anschluss, Kristallnacht, Night of the long knives, Invasion of Poland
    Night of the long knives, Anschluss, Kristallnacht, Invasion of Poland
    Anschluss, Night of the long knives, Invasion of Poland, Kristallnacht
  • 12
    What did Alan Turing contribute during WWII?
    Fought Bravely on D-Day
    Was one of the only surviving Jews in Germany.
    Was a major political leader
    Worked on the Bombe
  • 13
    Who was in charge before Winston Churchill took over?
    Neville Chamberlain
    The Earl Stanhope
    Frederick Kellaway
    Stanley Baldwin
  • 14
    Who had the nickname The Desert Fox?
  • 15
    What was the Battle of Midway?
    a turning point against the Allies
    a turning point against the United States
    a turning point against Japan
    a turning point against Germany

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nat ( 69.44 )
Posted 288 days ago
given answer on the sixth question is wrong ''One is achieved peacefully, the other through violent revolution'' what does this even mean? this is definitely not the right answer