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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) European History Questions

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Grade 6 Cold War
What was the dividing line that divided the capital of Germany?
  1. The Iron Curtain
  2. The Eastern Bloc
  3. The Berlin Wall
  4. The Western Bloc
Grade 6 Absolutism
In an Absolute Monarchy, power is in the hands of
  1. the people
  2. a king or queen
  3. the president
  4. congress
Grade 6 Russian Revolution
The Russian Revolution began in
  1. 1945
  2. 1939
  3. 1918
  4. 1917
Grade 6 Cold War
Which part of Europe was communist?
  1. Eastern
  2. Western
  3. Northern
  4. Southern
Grade 6 European History
What mystery did John Snow solve in 1854 by thinking like a geographer?
  1. how bubonic plague spread through the bites of infected fleas
  2. how cholera spread through polluted drinking water
  3. how diphtheria spread through direct physical contact
  4. how tuberculosis spread through the coughs and sneezes of infected people
Grade 6 Medieval Europe
Grade 6 Medieval Europe
Which cause contributed to the rise of the Byzantine Empire?
  1. The fall of the Romans
  2. The fall of Greece
  3. The fall of Christianity
  4. The fall of the Turks
Grade 6 Exploration
Which country did NOT send out explorers to the "New World"?
  1. Portugal
  2. Spain
  3. France
  4. England
  5. Germany
Grade 6 Medieval Europe
Grade 6 Enlightenment
Voltaire believed strongly and advocated for the
  1. Freedom of speech
  2. Freedom of choice
  3. Freedom of religion
  4. Freedom of privacy
Grade 6 Enlightenment
According to Hobbes, what is the purpose of government?
  1. For protection and representation of rights.
  2. For protection only
  3. To empower the people
  4. To provide for the common good
Grade 6 French Revolution
This made peace with Catholic Church but kept it under state control:
  1. Continental System
  2. Napoleonic Code
  3. Concordat of 1801
  4. Plebiscite
Grade 6 French Revolution
Napoleon's idea of cutting off economic ties with Britain and Europe was known as:
  1. Concordat of 1801
  2. Continental System
  3. Napoleonic Code
  4. Consulate
Grade 6 French Revolution
Napoleon's rules of individual and social rights using enlightenment principles
  1. Continental System
  2. Napoleonic Code
  3. Concordat of 1801
  4. Plebiscite
Grade 6 French Revolution
Where was Napoleon born?
  1. Elba
  2. St. Helena
  3. Corsica
  4. Brooklyn
Grade 6 French Revolution
This was a 5 man, two-house legislature that held absolute power for four years in France.
  1. Consulate
  2. National Assembly
  3. Legislative Assembly
  4. Directory
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