HIST 410N - Week 4 Midterm (Version 1)

# HIST 410N - Week 4 Midterm (Version 1)

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Student Gradebook Exam 6/6/16, 10:43 PM

HIST 410N Contemporary History (Chamberlain - May 2016)

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1. Question : (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?
2. Question : (TCO 5, 6) Identify and analyze the first two Russian Revolutions of 1917. Use historical examples to support your answer. In what ways did these revolutions radically change Russian society?
3. Question : TCO 5, 11) Describe the rise of fascism in Italy. Indicate the conditions present in Italy that made it possible for Mussolini to come to power. Describe Mussolini’s tactics against leftists. What were Mussolini’s motives for attacking Ethiopia in 1935?
4. Question : (TCO 5, 11) Compare and contrast the empires of Germany and Japan before the outbreak of World War II. Identify and describe the leadership qualities of their respective leaders. Make sure you use enough historical details to support your answer.
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