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World War 2 Begins with World War I

What do you know about World War II Begins with World War ITry this US World War 2 History Made Easy Quiz.  "Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

1) World War I begins with the assignation of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne by Serbian Gaurilo Princip on June 22, 1914.  Alan's Dad (WW2 Vet) - History Made Easy powered by ABE.
Who was the heir?

  1. Czar Nicholas II

  2. Archduke Franz Ferdinand

  3. Duke Arnold Schwarzenegger

2) What was the date the U.S. declared war on Germany and then entered World War I?

  1. April 1, 1916

  2. April 6, 1917

  3. April 21, 1921

3) When was World War I armistice?

  1. November 11, 1918

  2. November 11, 1919

  3. November 11, 1923

4) At the end of World War I, it saw the growth of one country as a new power. 
What is the country?

  1. Egypt

  2. United States

  3. China

5) What was the principal instrument to enforce the Versailles Treaty that officially ended World War I?

  1. United Nations

  2. League of Nations

  3. North Atlantic Treaty Organization

6) What U.S. Senator led the fight against ratifying the Treaty of Versailles?

  1. Robert Johnson

  2. Henry Cabot Lodge

  3. Barry Goldwater

7) France built a defensive fortification from the Switzerland border 200 miles to near the Belgium border. 
What was the line's name?

  1. Sigfried Line

  2. Maginot Line

  3. Normandy Line

8) Finland was the only nation that did not default on its World War I loans from the U.S. 
What year did they pay off their debt?

  1. 1941

  2. 1960

  3. 1976

9) What event in the U.S. set off a chain of events that contributed to the unraveling of the whole system of European security?

  1. Herbert Hoover's election

  2. The Great Depression

  3. The Dust Bowl

10) A disarmament conference was held in Washington, DC in 1922. 
What nation did not have a reduction in armaments?

  1. Germany

  2. United Kingdom

  3. Japan


World War 2 Begins with World War I

1) B. 2) B. 3) A. 4) B. 5) B. 6) B. 7) B. 8) C. 9) B. 10) C.

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