Global History (H4) Regents Practice Teachers' Answer Key


(1) invasion of Poland by Nazi forces



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(1) invasion of Poland by Nazi forces

(2) signing of the Munich Agreement

(3) building of the Berlin Wall

(4) assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand


June 2005

33 How did geography affect both Napoleon’s

invasion and Hitler’s invasion of Russia?

(1) Deserts made invasion possible.



(2) The climate created obstacles to success.

(3) The tundra enabled the movements of troops.

(4) Warm-water ports prevented the flow of

supplies.


Aug. 2005

30 One reason for the outbreak of World War II was the



(1) ineffectiveness of the League of Nations

(2) growing tension between the United States

and the Soviet Union

(3) conflict between the Hapsburg and the

Romanov families

(4) refusal of the German government to sign the

Treaty of Versailles
Aug. 2005

46 Which geographic factor in Russia played a role

in Napoleon’s defeat in 1812 and Hitler’s defeat at

Stalingrad in 1943?

(1) Siberian tundra (3) arid land

(2) Caspian Sea (4) harsh climate


Jan. 2006

33 One reason Germany’s invasion of Poland in 1939

was successful is that Poland




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