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Question 1: the Treaty of Trianon, 4 June 1920), (________)

Question 2: Historians debate whether or not the terms imposed on Germany helped the rise of the ________ and cause World War II, or whether the terms were the best that could be expected, given the mood of the victors.
Neo-NazismFascismAdolf HitlerNazism

Question 3: The latter were conditionally agreed to previously by the ________ on 3 January 1919.
Oslo AccordsIsrael–Jordan peace treatyFaisal–Weizmann AgreementPalestine

Question 4: The decision to create the ________ and the approval of its Charter both took place during the conference.
League of NationsUnited Nations Trusteeship CouncilParis Peace Conference, 1919United Nations Day

Question 5: the Treaty of Versailles, 1919, 28 June 1919), (the ________ in Weimar Republic form)
German EmpireAustria–HungaryHoly Roman EmpireGerman colonial empire

Question 6: The French Prime Minister ________'s chief goal was to weaken Germany militarily, strategically and economically.
Jules Armand DufaureGeorges ClemenceauFrançois GuizotAristide Briand

Question 7: Hughes obtained a class C mandate for ________.
NiuePalauNew GuineaNew Caledonia

Question 8: At its center were the leaders of the three "Great Powers": President Woodrow Wilson of the United States, Prime Minister ________ of Britain , and Georges Clemenceau of France.
Winston ChurchillDavid Lloyd GeorgeStanley BaldwinBonar Law

Question 9: ________ (given as a mandate to New Zealand)
German New GuineaMarshall IslandsGerman South-West AfricaGerman Samoa

Question 10: [2] It came to a close on 21 January 1920 with the inaugural General Assembly of the ________.
United Nations DayLeague of NationsParis Peace Conference, 1919United Nations Trusteeship Council


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