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Question 1: The "________" between Britain and France (1904) which left the northern coast of France undefended, and the separate "entente" between Britain and Russia (1907) forming the Triple Entente,
French Third RepublicEntente cordialeScramble for AfricaFranco-Russian Alliance

Question 2: Moreover, and even more controversially, Fischer asserted a version of the ________ thesis that drew a connection between aggression in 1914 and 1939.
Nazi GermanySonderwegAdolf HitlerGermany

Question 3: With more Slavs, the ________ of Austria-Hungary could force a new political compromise in which the Germans would be able to play the Magyars against the South Slavs.
SerbiaSlavic peoplesSouth SlavsSerbs

Question 4: Many have argued that Taylor, who was one of the leaders of the ________, developed his Railway Thesis to serve as a thinly veiled admonitory allegory for the nuclear arms race.
Protests against the Iraq WarOpposition to military action against IranCampaign for Nuclear DisarmamentPeace movement

Question 5: In 1867, the Ausgleich was agreed upon which made the ________ elite in Hungary almost equal partners in the government of Austria-Hungary.
EuropeRomaniaHungarian peopleRussia

Question 6: [55] In addition, certain documents such as some of the papers of the Chancellor ________, which did not support this interpretation were simply destroyed.
Georg MichaelisTheobald von Bethmann-HollwegFranz von PapenArthur Zimmermann

Question 7: Notably, Fromkin suggests that part of the war plan was the exclusion of ________ from knowledge of the events, because the Kaiser was regarded by the German General Staff as inclined to resolve crisis short of war.
Wilhelm I, German EmperorWilhelm II, German EmperorFrederick III, German EmperorJoseph II, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 8: During the crisis, relations between ________, on the one hand, and Russia and Serbia, on the other, were permanently damaged.
Austria–HungaryOttoman EmpireGerman EmpireHoly Roman Empire

Question 9: [75] Mayer ended his essay by arguing that ________ should be best understood as a pre-emptive "counterrevolutionary" strike by ruling elites in Europe to preserve their power.
Caucasus CampaignArmenian GenocideWestern Front (World War I)World War I

Question 10: The assassins' goal was the violent separation of Bosnia-Herzegovina and possibly other provinces from Austria-Hungary, and attachment to Serbia to form a ________ or a Yugoslavia.
Greater SerbiaYugoslav WarsSerbsBosnia and Herzegovina







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