20. Germany was punished for WWI in allA Had to pay reparations
B. Had to disarm a majority of their military
C German leader Kaiser Wilhelm was executed
D. Had to give up land


Answer 1


When Germany signed the armistice ending hostilities in the First World War on November 11, 1918, its leaders believed they were accepting a “peace without victory,” as outlined by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson in his famous Fourteen Points. But from the moment the leaders of the victorious Allied nations arrived in France for the peace conference in early 1919, the post-war reality began to diverge sharply from Wilson’s idealistic vision.

Five long months later, on June 28—exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in Sarajevo—the leaders of the Allied and associated powers, as well as representatives from Germany, gathered in the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles to sign the final treaty. By placing the burden of war guilt entirely on Germany, imposing harsh reparations payments and creating an increasingly unstable collection of smaller nations in Europe, the treaty would ultimately fail to resolve the underlying issues that caused war to break out in 1914, and help pave the way for another massive global conflict 20 years later.


Answer 2

A, B, and D.


After World War I, the blame for the war was put entirely on Germany. Germany was not happy with this, and saw themselves as accountable as everyone else. The Treaty of Versailles was incredibly harsh on Germany, they could now only have 100,000 armed troops with 6 navy ships, had to give up the land they had gotten during World War I to France, and had to pay millions of dollars in reparations for the war. When Adolf Hitler came into power after World War I, he pushed the boundaries of the Treaty of Versailles and violated it completely. It would not be option C, as Kaiser Wilhelm was not executed, and died from other circumstances before Germany even lost World War I.

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c. They were afraid of being drafted into the military
d. They did not believe they would benefit from protecting slavery.

How did Texas obtain the weapons Confederate troops needed?
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b. They transported them from the West by growing railroad
c. They used their border with Mexico as a trade route
d. They used their location near the Mississippi River to gain access to Southern markets

Which words would most Texans have associated with the Civil War at the time it began?
a. Hasty and Immortal
b. Honor and Glory
c. Quick and Simple
d. Tiresome and Boring

Why were many federal troops placed in Western Texas after the Civil War?
a. To increase population
b. To influence the largest area of Texas with citizens of Southern ancestry
c. To police the area from confederate raiders
d. To provide protection from American Indian attacks

Why did Galveston suffer more direct effects of the Civil War than other Texas cities?
a. Galveston was located near the cotton-growing region of Texas
b. The Union blockade brought it into direct contact with enemy troops
c. Union soldiers wished to end trade between Texas and Mexico
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b. Texas had to raise money to pay soldiers in the Union Army
c. Texans had to pass new tariffs to replace those that had been repealed
d. Texans had to create a new way of organizing their labor force

A student is researching both Lincoln's and Johnson's plans for Reconstruction using a search engine. Which website should she visit to find information?
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c. Kept Sam Houston in office as governor
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  1. They were immigrants who did not understand the declaration of causes
  2. They used their border with Mexico as a trade route
  3. Quick and Simple
  4. To influence the largest area of Texas with citizens of Southern
  5. The people of the city had opposed the actions of German Unionists
  6. Texans had to pass new tariffs to replace those that had been repealed
  7. Winning the War at Palmito Ranch
  8. Ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment
  9. It replaced the constitution of 1845
  10. Democratic governments passed "black codes"

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