About how many European lives were lost during World War One?
What was the biggest economic problem for the nations of Eastern Europe after
World War One?
When did France send troops into the Ruhr in response to Germany's default on
To which of the following nations did the Allies owe the greatest debt after
World War One?
Which of the following periods was the most economically stable for Europe?
Which of the following was not a reason American financial experts favored
lending massive international loans?
Which of the following nations was the last to become a member of the League of
Which of the following performed the executive function in the League of
In what year did the first meeting of the League of nations take place?
Under the proposed Treaty of Mutual Assistance, how long did the Council of the
League of nations have to decide which of two warring parties was the aggressor?
The Geneva Protocol would have passed except for the opposition of which of the
How many Nations were present at the first meeting of the League of Nations?
The Locarno Pacts grew out of ________ fear that Germany would rise in
What did Article III of the Covenant of the League declare was an important goal
of the League of Nations?
What was the focus of the Washington Conference?
How man y more nations signed the Kellogg-Briand Pact than the Livitnov
Which of the following was a consequence of the Locarno Pacts??
Which of the following nations most greatly hindered attempts at disarmament by
the League of Nations?
True or false: Lenin had hand picked Joseph Stalin to be his successor.
What was Stalin's position in the Soviet government at the time of Lenin's
Trotsky's philosophy was _________ nationalistic, compared to Stalin's.
About how many peasants were killed during Stalin's attempt at collectivization?
Which of the following types of government functioned in Estonia, Latvia, and
Which nation had Hungary been tied to until after World War One?
What was Gyula Gambos' official title in the Hungarian government?
Which of the following nations functioned as a democracy during the inter-war
Which of the following presented a more persistent problem for the
Czechoslovakian government than for the governments of many other nations in
The Italian people were ________ about the terms of the Treaty of Versailles.
Which of the following groups was most represented by the Fascist Party in
In what year was Mussolini made premier of Italy?
Which of the following European leaders was similar to Mussolini in ideology
How many times larger was the Italian national debt in 1919 than it had been
before World War One?
Which of the following parties was David Lloyd George a member of?
The British government's economic policy in the early years after the war can
best be described as which of the following??
Which of the following industries was not a part of the Triple Alliance in
Which of the following British prime ministers was responsible for signing the
What was Labour Prime Minister James MacDonald's response to the declining
economy at the beginning of the depression?
The French workforce ________ during the years after the First World War.
French government during the 1920s was largely which of the following?
Which of the following was a direct result of the decision to invade the Ruhr?
Leon Blum's government in France is best described as which of the following?
How long did the average French government endure between 1920 and 1940?
Which of the following was not a shortcoming of the Republican forces?
Which nation did the most to prevent foreign support for the Spanish
True or false: The bombing of Guernica was most important for its psychological,
rather than military effects?
How many years did Hitler spend in prison as a result of the Beer Hall Putsch?
Why did support for the Nazi Party stall during the period from 1925 to 1929?
When was Hitler appointed chancellor?
In which of the following elections did the Nazi's finally win more than 50
percent of the vote?
Which of the following was the greatest factor contributing to popular support