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Grade 9 WWI
In WWI, which German attack provoked Britain to go to war?
  1. The attack on France
  2. The attack on Luxembourg
  3. The attack on Belgium
  4. The attack on Russia
Grade 9 WWI
Which country made the first declaration of war in WWI?
  1. Serbia
  2. Austria-Hungary
  3. Italy
  4. Germany
Grade 9 WWI
The Fourteen Points was which leader's plan for peace?
  1. Clemenceau
  2. Lloyd George
  3. Orlando
  4. Wilson
Grade 9 WWI
The Treaty of Versailles was signed on what day?
  1. June 28
  2. July 14
  3. October 31
  4. November 11
Grade 9 WWI
What was the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk?
  1. A broken treaty to end the war in 1917
  2. The treaty that was broken starting World War I
  3. Wilson's proposed treaty containing the 14 points
  4. A separate treaty ending fighting between Russia and Germany
Grade 9 WWI
What treaty ended WWI?
  1. Treaty of Versailles
  2. Treaty of Paris
  3. Treaty of Ghent
  4. Treaty of Berlin
Grade 9 WWI
After WWI, Germany was subject to
  1. huge reparations
  2. reduction of army, air force, and submarines
  3. accepting the war guilt clause
  4. all of the above
Grade 9 WWI
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy were known as the
  1. Triple Entente
  2. Triple Powers
  3. Triple Alliance
  4. Three countries
Grade 9 WWI
The Western Front was characterized by
  1. the slow but steady advance of the German army.
  2. trench warfare that kept both sides in virtually the same positions for four years.
  3. decisive victories by the French army, quickly driving back the German forces.
  4. innovative strategy and tactics that fully utilized the new technologies available to both armies.
Grade 9 WWI
The alliance between Great Britain, Russia, and France was known as the
  1. Western Advance
  2. Triple Entente
  3. Triple Alliance
  4. League of Nations
Grade 9 WWI
Who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophia?
  1. Gavrillo Princip
  2. Adolf Hitler
  3. League of Nations
  4. Auschwitz
Grade 9 WWI
Declared that Germany and Austria were responsibly for starting WWI.
  1. mandate
  2. conscription
  3. Lawrence of Arabia
  4. War Guilt Clause
Grade 9 WWI
The Western Front turned into a stalemate with the introduction of
  1. Total war
  2. Trench warfare
  3. No mans land
  4. more weapons
Grade 9 WWI
World War 1 occurred from
  1. 1917 to 1921
  2. 1906 to 1910
  3. 1911 to 1913
  4. 1914 to 1919
Grade 9 WWI
What were the key differences between the war on the Eastern and Western Fronts?
  1. Western was more controlling
  2. western had trench warfare
  3. Western had total war
Grade 9 WWI
Grade 9 WWI
Triple Entente refers to the alliance between what nations?
  1. Hungary, Serbia, and Spain
  2. Morocco, Germany and Serbia
  3. France, Russia and Britain
  4. Austria, Bosnia and France
Grade 9 WWI
The Treaty of Versailles allowed the
  1. punishment and weakening of Germany
  2. passage to the Baltic Sea
  3. Russian expansion
  4. Italian military growth
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