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  1. Question 1 • The treaty that ended World • War I was called… • Treaty of Versailles • Paris Peace Treaty • War World One Peace Agreement • Treaty of Peace

  2. Question 2 • What Canadian city was • destroyed in 1917 by an • explosion caused when two • ships collided in the harbour? • Vancouver • Montreal • St. John • Halifax

  3. Question 3 • The following countries were • members of the Triple Alliance prior • to WWI • Russia, Germany and Austria-Hungary • Russia, France and Britain • France, Italy and Britain • Germany, Italy and Austria- Hungary

  4. Question 4 • The Military Service Act was signed in 1917. It • required males between 18 and 45 years of age to • enlist for active military service. This military • service requirement is called… • Conscription • Draft • Military Obligation • Patriotism

  5. Question 5 • Under the terms of the peace • agreement to end WWI, the Germans • had to… • Accept responsibility for causing WWI • Pay war damages of $30 billion • Reduce the size of its army and navy • All of the above

  6. Question 6 • Which of the following is the reason • WWI started? • Nationalism –pride in one’s country • Militarism – large armies • Imperialism – expansion of power and establishment of colonies • Alliances • All of the above

  7. Question 7 • The law that gave Canadian • women related to Canadian • servicemen the right to vote • was called… • Wartime Elections Act • Military Voters Act • War Measures Act • Conscription Act

  8. Question 8 • At which Canadian battle during • WWI was the term “Birth of a • Nation” first used? • Battle of Ypres • The Somme • Vimy Ridge • Passchendaele

  9. Question 9 • On which day did the WW1 • fighting stop? • November 11 • July 1 • December 25 • January 1

  10. Question 10 • In 1917, a new sports league was • formed. The teams included the • Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Senators • and Toronto Arenas. What was the • name of the league? • Canadian Lacrosse League • Canadian Football League • National Hockey League • Eastern Canadian Hockey Association

  11. Question 11 • In 1936, Canadian Prime Minister Bennett • introduced a New Deal for Canadians to • help offset the impacts of the Great • Depression. The New Deal offered many • changes to Canadian society. Which of the • following is NOT part of Bennett’s New • Deal. • Minimum wage • Health care • Money to farmers • Tuition at college

  12. Question 12 • What Canadian group of women • fought for women’s rights and • pursued the Person’s Case? • Famous Five • Forum of Women • Group of Seven • Women for Power

  13. Question 13 • Which of the following was a reason for • the Great Depression between 1929 and • 1939? • No buyers for Canadian products • Too much buying with credit • High tariffs on imported goods to Canada • Too much reliance on USA for trade • All of the above

  14. Question 14 • During the 1928 Persons Case, the • Supreme Court of Canada declared that • women were not “persons”. What was the • reason for the decision? • Only male pronouns were used in the Constitution • Women could not vote in Canadian elections • Men were stronger and more wise than women • None of the above

  15. Question 15 • What famous babies were born • in 1934? • Stride Twins • Dionne Quintuplets • Shelby and Whyman (…they are twins, aren’t they?) • Sutter Brothers

  16. Question 16 • To avoid war, nations will defend each • other. Under such an agreement, if an • aggressor attacks a member country, • all other member countries will attack • the aggressor. What is this agreement • called? • Agreement of Defense • Peace Agreement • United Nations • Collective Security

  17. Question 17 • During the 1919 Winnipeg General • Strike, the RCMP on horseback charged • protesters. Over 30 protesters were • injured and one was killed. What is this • day called? • Bloody Saturday • Armistice Day • Black Tuesday • Canada Day

  18. Question 18 • Which region of Canada was • most negatively impacted by • the Great Depression? • Maritimes • Central Canada • Prairies • West Coast

  19. Question 19 • The 1920s was a time of optimism in • Canada. Why were Canadian’s so • confident and happy? • There were lots of jobs for men in factories • More trade with the USA • New products such as vaccuum cleaners made life “easier” • All of the above

  20. Question 20 • What was prohibition? • Stopping hobos from entering a city • Protesting unfair wages and working conditions • Banning the sale of alcohol • Preventing women from voting

  21. Question 21 • What did Hitler promise to get elected in • Germany before WWII? • Build a bigger Germany army to protect German interests • Stimulate the economy and create jobs. • Tear up the Treaty of Versailles • Promised to remove Jews from positions of power • All of above • B and C only

  22. Question 22 • Hitler introduced a plan to rid Europe of • Jews. The Jewish people called the • action The Holocaust. What term did • Hitler use to describe his plan? • The Master Race • The Final Solution • The Purge • The Cleansing

  23. Question 23 • In 1933, Hitler was elected Chancellor of • German. Hitler’s Nazi party won the • majority of seats in the German • Parliament, but most Germans did not • vote for Hitler or the Nazis. What • percentage of Germans did NOT vote for • Hitler? • 49% • 51% • 63% • 99%

  24. Question 24 • Canada needed more soldiers during • WWII. Prime Minister Mackenzie King • had to introduce conscription to ensure • people enlisted for the army. It was not • popular in Quebec. What phrase did • King use to gain Quebec’s support? • Conscription if the majority agree • Conscription for us all • Conscription if necessary, but not necessarily conscription • Conscription to victory

  25. Question 25 • During World War II, the Canadians raided the • village of Dieppe along the French coastline. • The attack... • Resulted in Allied Forces capturing Dieppe and a German retreat. • Ended World War II. • Was a failure, and over 2,000 Canadians soldiers were killed, wounded or captured • Allowed the Allied Forces to established a port in France to unload supplies.

  26. Question 26 • The Japanese were attacking and capturing • many countries in the Pacific Ocean region. In • 1941, a small group of poorly equipped and • untrained Canadians were sent to defend one • area against an attack by 60,000 Japanese. The • Fight lasted 17 days, and most Canadians were • killed or captured. What was the name of • the battle? • Pearl Harbour • Hong Kong • Rape of Nankung • Hiroshima

  27. Question 27 • Every year, there is a tulip • festival in Ottawa. What WWII • event does this festival signify? • Liberation of Holland by Canadian troops • Birth of the Princess of Holland on Canadian soil during WWII • Food and relief aid provided by Canada to Holland immediately following WWII • All of the above

  28. Question 28 • During the invasion of • Normandy (D-Day), the • Canadians attacked what beach • on the French coastline? • Juno Beach • Omaha Beach • Gold Beach • Sauble Beach

  29. Question 29 • During WWII, what group of • people was put in concentration • camps in Canada? • Irish Nationalists • French-Canadians • Russian Communists • Japanese-Canadians

  30. Question 30 • What does appeasement mean? • To grant concessions to maintain peace • To cooperate with and offer • military support to other nations to maintain peace • To settle a dispute by non-violent means and refuse to fight in a war • To bring about peace between warring parties

  31. Question 31 • What role did Canadians perform • during the 1956 Suez Crisis? • Canada was not involved • Canadian troops served as Peacekeepers • Canada provided food and aid to refugees of the crisis • Canada supported British actions to reclaim the Suez Canal from the Egyptians

  32. Question 32 • Igor Gouzenko told Canadians about • what? • A Soviet spy ring in Canada • American plan to invade Canada • Soviet plans to support North Korea during the Korean War • The Warsaw Pact • Russian plans to launch satellites into space

  33. Question 33 • Which Prime Minister cancelled • the Avro Arrow plane? • William Lyon Mackenzie King • Louis St. Laurent • John Diefenbaker • Lester B. Pearson

  34. Question 34 • The Bill of Rights was introduced in • 1960 to protect the human rights of • Canadians. It failed. Why did it fail? • It applied only to federal laws. Provincial laws were exempt • It did not apply to people in Quebec • It was not included in Canada’s Constitution. News laws could be made that did not recognize the Bill of Rights. • All of the above • A and C only

  35. Question 35 • Internationally, the USA is a military • superpower. Canada does not have the • military strength of the USA, but Canada • has a strong economy, stable government • system and an vital role within international • organizations such as the United Nations. • In this context, Canada is a... • Capitalist society • Just Society • Middle Power • Nation of pacifists

  36. Question 36 • Why was the Avro Arrow cancelled? • Too expensive • No buyers • Bombs were needed, not planes • Over budget • A Liberal project not wanted by the Conservative government • All of the above

  37. Question 37 • During the 1956 Suez Crisis, Canada sent troops • into Egypt as peacekeepers. The Egyptians were • upset by one part of the Canadian soldiers’ gear. • What was the gear the Egyptians did not like? • The British elements on Canada’s Red Ensign flag • The Ross rifle that the Canadian soldiers carried • The battle uniforms were green and not desert brown • The symbol of the pyramids stitched into the soldiers uniforms

  38. Question 38 • Which of the following • international events brought the • world closer to nuclear war? • World War I • The Suez Crisis • The Cuban Missile Crisis • The Korean War

  39. Question 39 • Who is known as the “Father of • Medicare” in Canada? • John Diefenbaker • Lester B. Pearson • Louis St. Laurent • Tommy Douglas • Pierre Elliot Trudeau

  40. Question 40 • In 1957 to offset the dangers of an USSR • missile attack on North America, Canada and • the USA established the North American Air • Defence Command (NORAD). What did NORAD • do? • It linked and coordinated USA and Canada’s missile defence systems • It established a central command station for the defensive systems underground in Colorado • It ensured military preparedness against a missile attack • All of the above

  41. Question 41 • What was the period when • Maurice Duplessis ruled Quebec • called? • Quiet Revolution • Great Darkness • la survivance • October Crisis • Special Period

  42. Question 42 • How did Maurice Duplessis maintain his rule • over Quebec for so many years? • He often bribed voters • He campaigned as a protector of French culture and language • He gave money to communities for roads, libraries and other infrastructure projects • He sometime violated human rights • All of the above

  43. Question 43 • Many babies were born after • WWII. What is this event called? • Baby boom • Great Baby Sweepstakes • Me Generation • Generation X

  44. Question 44 • All but one of the following items was • introduced by the Pearson • government. Select the exception. • Abolition of capital punishment • Canada Pension Plan • Free university education • National medicare

  45. Question 45 • In a bilingual Canada... • All Canadians speak both English and French • All people in Quebec speak both English and French • New immigrants to Canada must learn both English and French • There are two official languages: English and French • None of the above

  46. Question 46 • What is the name given to the group of young people born during the baby boom who participated in political protests during the 1960s? • Yuppies • Hippies • Youthquake • Me Generation

  47. Question 47 • In 1969, the Trudeau government produced a report that recommended that special rights granted to Aboriginal peoples be abolished and Aboriginal peoples be encouraged to leave reserves to seek jobs. This report outraged Canada’s Aboriginal people. What was the name of the report? • White Paper • Red Paper • Residential Schools Paper • Self-government Report • Special Report on Assimilation

  48. Question 48 • During the October Crisis, what did the FLQ • demand in return for freeing James Cross? • The release of 23 “political” prisoners $500,000 in gold • Free air time on radio stations to express their views • Safe air passage to Cuba • The names of all police informants in Quebec • All of the above

  49. Question 49 • What was the Quiet Revolution? • It was the Russian Revolution during World War I that led to the introduction of communism. • It was the event that ended the Korea War • It was hippies during the 1970s peacefully rebelling against the Canadian political and business establishment by “tuning out”. • It was a period of rapid cultural change in Quebec during which Quebeckers sought a distinct Quebec identity.

  50. Question 50 • The kind of Canada that Pierre Elliot • Trudeau wanted to create was called... • Fair Land • Just Society • Land of Equality • Multicultural Canada • Bilingual and Bicultural Canada