Historical research involves four main tasks. Discoverrefers to the task of: (Points : 4) locating primary sources to learn the facts asking questions like “Who created the source and why?” analyzing all the available primary sources and judging which is the most accurate distributing the new findings to the world

HIST 410 Final Examination Answers – DeVry
Question 1.1.(TCO 1) Historical research involves four main tasks. Discoverrefers to the task of: (Points : 4)locating primary sources to learn the facts asking questions like “Who created the source and why?”analyzing all the available primary sources and judging which is the most accurate distributing the new findings to the world
Question 2.2.(TCO 6) In 1917, as World War Iraged through Europe, Russia:(Points : 4)finally broke through the German army and drove into Germanydefeated the Austrians and invaded the Balkansexperienced two revolutions and sued for peacewas completely overrun by the Germans
Question 3.3.(TCO 5) All of the following were major factors that helped the Reds to win the Russian Civil War except: (Points : 4)peasants and minority nationalities feared a White victory more than a Red oneWhites wanted to continue WWIBolsheviks controlled the heartland of RussiaWhites were not unified as well as Bolsheviks
Question 4.4.(TCO 5) What event marked the beginning of World War II? (Points : 4)the Nazi-Soviet Pactthe German invasion of Polandthe AnschlussGermany’s annexation of the Sudetenland
Question 5.5.(TCO 9) What city was divided during the Cold War, and became a hotspot for espionage and intrigue? (Points : 4)ParisLondonBerlinRome
Question 6.6.(TCO 9) How did the Korean Warstart? (Points : 4)Communist troops from South Korea attacked North Korea.Communist troops from North Korea attacked South Korea.China attacked United Nations troops.North and South Korea were divided after a bitter civil war.
Question 7.7.(TCO 8) What was the intention of the Marshall Plan? (Points : 4)to rebuild the military power of western Europeto help the Japanese economy recover from the Warto rebuild the economies of war-shattered Europeto prevent the spread of communism into Africa and Asia
Question 8.8.(TCO 6) Bangladesh is: (Points : 4)home to thousands of Muslim radicals who fled Afghanistanthe site of a long conflict with the Soviet Union and mujahedin rebelsthe former eastern part of Pakistan, and one of the world’s poorest nationsa mountainous region with a small population
Question 9.9.(TCO 2) Which Middle Easterncountry is the site of the Kabbah, Islam’s holiest site, and the world’s largest oil producer? (Points : 4)EgyptSaudi ArabiaIranKuwait
Question 10.10.(TCO 2) Arab-Israeli warsoccurred in: (Points : 4)1946, 1948, 1955, 1967, 19751948, 1958, 1968, 1970, 19731948, 1958, 1967, 1973, 19901948, 1956, 1967, 1973, 1982
Question 11.11.(TCO 4) Poland achieved the election of its first Roman Catholic pope when Cardinal Karol Jozef Wojtyla assumed the papacy as Pope:(Points : 4)John Paul IIPaul VIJohn XXIIIJohn Paul I
Question 12.12.(TCO 4) The only Eastern European country that had widespread bloodshed in 1989 was: (Points : 4)RomaniaCzechoslovakiaBulgariaPoland
Question 13.13.(TCO 7) One reason that the United States invaded Iraq in 2003 was: (Points : 4)Iraq was thought to have WMDs (Weapons of Mass Destruction)Iraq had invaded IsraelIraq was home to al-QaedaIraq invaded Kuwait
Matching
Question 1.1.(TCO 10) Match the terms in Column I with the descriptions in Column II.(Points : 18)
Potential Matches:1 :belief that the Church should work for social reform2 :populist president of Argentina during the 1940s and 1950s3 :black civil rights leader during the 1960s4 :Cuban revolutionary hero who died in Bolivia5 :the native peoples of Latin America6 :dictator of Cuba from the 1930s to the early 1960s
Answer:indigenous:Che Guevara:Martin Luther King Jr.:liberation theology:Juan Peron:Fulgencio Batista
Question 2.2.(TCO 3) Match the terms in Column I with the descriptions in Column II.(Points : 18)
Potential Matches:1 :animals threatened with extinction2 :the increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s near-surface air and oceans since the mid-1950s3 :a pattern of resource use that aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment for future generations4 :any form of precipitation that is unusually acidic5 :an ongoing process by which regional economies, societies, and cultures have become integrated6 :the change from fertile land to desert, which plagues many African countries
Answer:desertification:endangered species:sustainable development:globalization:acid rain:global warming

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(TCO 1, 2) Identify and analyze two causes of World War I. Use historical examples to support your answer.

Of the various causes of World War I, which do you think was the most important and why? (Points : 40)
Question 2. 2. (TCO 5, 11) Analyze how the stipulations of the Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I, along with the Great Depression of the 1930s, contributed to the outbreak of World War II.
Then analyze significant ways in which World War II changed the world. Make sure you use enough historical details to support your answer. (Points : 40)
Question 3. 3. (TCOs 9, 10) Identify and analyze the main events of the Korean War and Cuban Missile Crisis. Then assess how these events affected the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union. Make sure you use enough details to support your answer. (Points : 41)
Question 4. 4. (TCOs 4, 8) Analyze how the Solidarity (Solidarnosc) movement in Poland led to the collapse of communism in Poland. Point out what events led to the growth of the Solidarity movement, and then identify and analyze the events that followed Gorbachev’s policy of political pluralism in Poland. Use specific details to support your answer. Then evaluate