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1.At the Yalta Conference, the decision was made to A) divide Germany into occupation zones. B) begin testing nuclear weapons. C) form an alliance to defeat Hitler. D) establish the League of Nations. 2.How was the Soviet Union able to begin taking control of Eastern Europe following World War II? A) Eastern Europe asked the Soviet Union for economic aid. B) Because U.S. President Roosevelt died before the war ended, old treaties were void. C) The Soviet Union offered jobs to impoverished Eastern Europeans. D) Soviet troops were already stationed in Eastern Europe during the war. 3.After World War II, Western Europe became united in its opposition to A) the Soviet Union. B) investment in foreign markets. C) nuclear weapons development. D) a military alliance with the United States. 4.After World War II, why did the Soviet Union favor a divided Germany? A) The Soviet Union wanted exclusive access to East Germany’s natural resources. B) The Soviet Union did not want to be burdened with West Germany’s economic problems. C) The Soviet Union believed a divided Germany could not start another war. D) West Germany lay outside the iron curtain. 5.Who conducted the world’s first successful test of a nuclear bomb? A) the United States B) the Soviet Union C) Germany D) Great Britain 6.Which nation emerged as one economic superpower after World War II? A) Great Britain B) Korea C) Japan D) Austria 7.Use the quotation to answer the next two questions. “It shall be the policy of this Nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the Western Hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States, requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union.” U.S. President John Kennedy, Address on The Cuban Crisis, October 22, 1962. According to President Kennedy, the United States would consider “any nuclear missile launched from Cuba” evidence of A) Soviet aggression. B) Cuban nuclear proliferation. C) the globalization of the Cold War. D) an attack on the Western Hemisphere. 8.What policy is reflected in President Kennedy’s phrase “a full retaliatory response”? A) isolationism B) containment C) brinkmanship D) nonproliferation 9.How did the Cold War get its name? A) After 45 years, tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union grew cold. B) It took place between the superpowers of the Northern Hemisphere. C) It started in the Soviet Union, which is very cold. D) During the war, U.S. and Soviet troops never fought each other directly. 10.Which is a result of the Cold War? A) The United States was committed to democracy and capitalism. B) The Soviet Union wanted to be the dominant power in the world. C) The Soviet Union built forced labor camps in Siberia. D) The United States became involved in the Vietnam War. 11.Why would the Soviet Union have been most interested in providing aid to the Congo in 1960? A) It had valuable natural resources. B) It is among the most populous African nations. C) It is located in the center of the African continent. D) It was a newly independent nation. The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan 12.The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan developed in response to A) a worldwide economic depression. B) World War II. C) the Cold War. D) the McCarthy era. 13.Under the Truman Doctrine, the United States offered aid to any country that was A) a member of NATO. B) a member of the United Nations. C) threatened by communist expansion. D) devastated by World War II. 14.The Truman Doctrine is a part of what policy? A) isolationism B) détente C) brinksmanship D) containment 15.Which statement best expresses the relationship between the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan? A) The Marshall Plan influenced the development of the Truman Doctrine. B) The Truman Doctrine was developed to implement the Marshall Plan. C) The Truman Doctrine was developed to limit the Marshall Plan. D) The Marshall Plan was an example of the Truman Doctrine. 16.Which statement about the Marshall Plan reflects bias or personal opinion? A) It blocked the spread of communism in postwar Europe. B) It provided more aid to Great Britain than to any other nation. C) It distributed about $12.5 billion in aid from 1948 to 1951. D) It was named for U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall. 17.Why did the United States support Chilean president Augusto Pinochet? A) He was not a communist. B) He was Chile’s first democratically elected leader. C) He brought social justice to a formerly communist country. D) He was a leader in the fight against communism. 18.The Chinese Communists under Mao Tse-Tung promised all but which of the following? A) Redistribution of land from owners to workers B) Large-scale industrial development C) Closer economic and political ties to Japan D) A simplified system of Chinese writing, to increase literacy

Asked By: lucky - 7/16/2011
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1.At the Yalta Conference, the decision was made to... More
Answered By: Spellbound - 7/17/2011
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Did you honestly just copy and paste your homework?
Answered By: Megan - 7/16/2011
No Megan, it's a re-post. I have seen this question before. It doesn't have to be homework, it could be a guy studying for his History Regent.
Answered By: R g - 7/16/2011
I'll explain it for you - they are called "questions" and the idea is that you read them and answer them to the best of your ability. You might have to do some research to find the answers to some of them but you have the internet at your fingertips so it shouldn't take you long.
Answered By: thin lizzy - 7/16/2011
I see what you mean, lucky. It's so confusing. It's like some sort of quiz, if you ask me, though I don't know how anyone could answer something like "begin testing nuclear weapons". I mean, it doesn't even *sound* like a question, does it? Then I was thinking it's a play, like you and three friends say the "lines... More
Answered By: Sir Caustic - 7/16/2011
When I saw this question I thought it was that you didn't really get what the question was asking. But no its you wanted us to do your homework. You should really do your own homework so you could actually learn a thing or two.
Answered By: Napoléon - 7/16/2011
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