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Final Exam Study Guide Hist 102-004
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Exam 3 Study Guide, FINAL essay questions The exam is composed of 10 multiple choice questions and an essay In-class quiz questions and answers 1. The leader of the Bolsheviks was: a. Vladimir Lenin 2. Which of the following happened after the march/February revolution in 1917? a. The Tsar was overthrown 3. Which of the statements below about the Russian Civil War is not true? a. Soon after the Bolsheviks/communists took power in Russia, a number of countries invaded the Soviet Union: England, France, the US and Japan b. The Bolsheviks lost the war by 1920 c. The Bolsheviks killed Russia’s royal family during the Civil War d. To win the war, the Bolsheviks organized the Red Army, which consisted only of soldiers and officers devoted to the Bolshevik cause 4. Identify and explain the significance of TWO central characteristics of fascism a. One central leader who is in control b. Enforcing with violence to make the general population fearful 5. Identify and explain the significance of two of Stalin’s political, social, or economic policies a. Five Year Plan- industrialize and collectivization. The profits from collectivization goes to industrializing b. Reign of Terror- the secret police had a certain quota. Had to kill or arrest a certain number of people. Arrested people were taken to labor camps called the gulag. 6. What happened in Europe’s empires in Asia and Africa after the end of World War II? a. European empires collapsed as colonies achieved independence 7. Which of the following was a motivation for the United State to invest in $12 billion dollars in the Marshall Plan? a. To prevent a new depression by creating overseas customers for American industrial goods 8. Which of the following contributed to Western European recovery after the devastation of World War II? a. The ability of Western European countries to integrate their economies 9. The Chinese Communist Revolution triumphed in: a. 1949, almost immediately after WWII, when de-colonization began 10.The leader of the Chinese Communists was: a. Mao Zedong 11.Which of the following statements about the Chinese Revolution is False? a. The CCP’s main pillar of support were millions of China’s urban dwellers and industrial workers 12.Which of the following was a factor that contributed to the Great Depression a. American farms and factories were producing more goods than could be sold 13.Which of these statements is true of fascism in Germany but NOT in Italy? a. Its members claimed racial superiority and made a policy of persecuting minorities 14.What distinguished Japanese authoritarian government I n1930s from that of Mussolini’s Italy and Hitler’s Germany? a. Japan created a less repressive and more pluralistic society than either Germany or Italy Essay Questions and evidence 1. Were Nazism (under Hitler) and Communism (under Stalin) fundamentally similar or fundamentally different philosophies and movements? Be sure to consider both their ideology and their practices. DISTINGUISH BETWEEN IDEOLOGY AND PRACTICE Which global conflict—WWII or the Cold War—affected the globe more dramatically in terms of its consequences? Be sure to consider economic, political, and social consequences of these two global events
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