A. United States, France, Austria-Hungary, and Great Britain B. Great Britain, France, United States, and Russia
C. Germany, Russia, and Austria-Hungary D. Germany, Japan, and Russia
581. What was the “final blow” that led President Woodrow Wilson to ask Congress to declare war against the Central Powers in World War I?
A. anti-German propaganda in the United States B. attacks on American merchant ships
C. sinking of the Lusitania D. Zimmermann telegram
582. At which Georgia military installation did infantry train in World War I?
A. Camp Augusta B. Camp Benning C. Camp Gordon D. Camp McPherson
583. What event is celebrated on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year?
A. the founding of the state of Georgia B. armistice that ended World War I
C. sinking of the Lusitania D. sinking of the Titanic 584. Which is NOT associated with World War I?
A. victory gardens B. American Red Cross C. sinking of the Titanic D. General John Pershing
585. What Georgian was the first African American combat pilot?
A. Eugene Jacques Bullard B. Alonzo Herndon C. John Hope D. Charles Yeager
586. Which was NOT a World War I training camp located in Georgia?
A. Camp Benning B. Camp Gordon C. Fort Campbell D. Fort McPherson
587. Which was NOT a way that Georgians supported World War I?
A. growing food B. attending school C. making uniforms D. transporting arms and soldiers
588. The information used by the Allied nations to promote their cause and entice the United
States to enter World War I was called
A. libel. B. slander. C. propaganda. D. yellow journalism.
589. What country did Germany urge to attack the United States in the Zimmermann telegram?
A. Canada B. Italy C. Japan D.Mexico
590. Which was the immediate cause of World War II?
A. German invasion of Poland B. German invasion of the Rhineland
C. German invasion of Czechoslovakia D. German invasion of the Soviet Union
591. The United States entered World War II when Japan attacked
A. China. B. Manchuria. C. Midway. D. Pearl Harbor.
592. What country was a member of the Axis Powers in World War II?
A. Great Britain B. Italy C. Soviet Union D. United States
593. What country was a member of the Allied Powers in World War II?
602. Which area had NOT been taken by Hitler prior to the United States’s entry into World War II?
A. Denmark B. France C. Poland D. Rhineland
603. The Holocaust was a method of
A. getting rid of the bodies of those who died or were killed in World War II.
B. exterminating six million Jews and other “undesirables.”
C. frightening those who opposed Adolph Hitler.
D. eliminating war prisoners.
604. Who was the world leader who instigated the Holocaust?
A. Emperor Hirohito B. Adolf Hitler C. Benito Mussolini D. Joseph Stalin
605. Which was NOT a concentration camp during World War II?
A. Andersonville B. Auschwitz C. Dachau D. Treblinka
606. Which was NOT a cause of death for prisoners in concentration camps?
A. medical experimentation B. military combat C. starvation D. disease
607. Who was the first black president of Atlanta Baptist College?
A. Frederick Douglass B. W. E. B. DuBois C. John Hope D. Booker T. Washington
608. Which college is NOT predominantly black?
A. Emory and Henry B. Morehouse C. Morris Brown D. Spelman
609. To what did Atlanta Baptist College change its name?
A. Atlanta University B. Morehouse C. Morris Brown D. Spelman
610. Where is Tuskegee Institute, founded by Booker T. Washington, located?
A. Alabama B. Arkansas C. Georgia D. Mississippi
611. What position was NOT supported by Booker T. Washington?
A. Vocational education was essential for African Americans who sought equality.
B. Truth and knowledge would cause different races to understand and accept each other.
C. Economic equality was much more important than social equality for African Americans.
D. Political and social equality for African Americans would come from economic independence.
612. What racial issue did Booker T. Washington support?
A. economic equality B. political equality C. religious equality D. social equality
613. What racial issue, opposed by Booker T. Washington, did W. E. B. DuBois
A. economic equality B. political equality C. religious equality D. social equality
614. Which is NOT associated with John Hope?
A. president of the National Association of Teachers of Colored Schools
B. first black president of Atlantic Baptist College (Morehouse)
C. supported the views of Booker T. Washington
D. attended Brown University
615. What organization was founded by Lugenia Burns Hope?
A. D.E.C.C.A. B. Girl Scouts C. Neighborhood Union D. Y.W.C.A.
616. Which activity was NOT offered by the organization founded by Lugenia Burns Hope?
A. remedial education classes B. financial aid for the needy
C. clubs for boys and girls D. vocational classes
617. What business made Alonzo Herndon a successful businessman?
A. Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company B. Coca-Cola
C. Georgia Pacific D. Western and Atlantic Railroad
618. Carl Vinson served as chairman of the House Naval Affairs Committee and Armed Services Committee for more than twenty-nine years. In this position, he oversaw the passage of the Vinson-Trammel Act, which authorized the manufacture of ninety-two major warships. He also launched the U.S. Navy’s first nuclear-powered submarine and guided the establishment of a separate air academy. He has been credited with making
the U.S. Navy a two-ocean navy. In referring to his active involvement with military advancements, he once said, “I devoutly hope that the casting of every gun and the building of every ship will be done with a prayer for the peace of America. I have at heart no sectional nor political interest, but only the Republic’s safety.” Which statement best
describes the meaning of Carl Vinson’s statement?
A. Peace is better than war.
B. War may be necessary to protect our country.
C. The United States needs a strong military to defend itself.
D. The United States needs to manufacture guns and build ships to keep up with other nations.
619. Which is NOT an accomplishment of Governor Richard Russell, Jr.?
A. consolidating state offices
B. establishing a seven-month school year
C. running state government like a successful business
D. establishing the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia
620. Because of Senator Richard Russell’s sponsorship of a program for school children, what nickname did he earn?
A. Father of the graded school B. Father of the unified curriculum
C. Father of the county school system D. Father of the school lunch program
621. Which military base was NOT located in Georgia during World War II?
A. Fort Benning B. Fort Campbell C. Fort McPherson D. Fort Stewart
622. Which Georgia military base did NOT also serve as a prisoner of war camp?
A. Fort Benning B. Fort Campbell C. Fort Gordon D. Fort Stewart
623. Where in Georgia were Liberty ships built during World War II?
C. law to expand the naval aviation system to 10,000 planes
D. law to provide military supplies to our World War II allies
632. What role did Fort McPherson play in World War II?
A. It was a detainment center for American citizens of Japanese descent.
B. It was a training center for women in the armed forces.
C. It was an induction center for newly drafted soldiers.
D. It was a training center for soldiers fighting in Europe.
633. Why did Franklin Roosevelt spend so much time in Georgia?
A. Roosevelt used the warm mineral waters of Warm Springs to ease his polio.
B. Roosevelt was a native of Augusta and traveled widely across the state.
C. Roosevelt had originally been a farmer and he loved farm life.
D. Roosevelt’s wife was a native of Calhoun and visited relatives.
634. What New Deal program resulted from President Franklin Roosevelt’s view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in the evening?
A. CCC B. FDIC C. REA D. WPA
635. Where did President Franklin Roosevelt die while sitting for a portrait?
A. Camp David, Maryland B. Hyde Park, New York C. LaGrange, Georgia D. Warm Springs, Georgia
636. How did Franklin Roosevelt’s time spent in Georgia bring about the establishment of the Rural Electrification Agency?
A. He made a campaign promise to provide electricity to rural Georgia.
B. He wanted to reduce the cost of electricity for the poor.
C. He owned rural land and wanted to have electricity.
D. He noticed that his neighbors did not have electricity.
637. What was the most important crop in Georgia before World War II?
A. blueberries B. cotton C. peanuts D. soybeans
638. After World War II, one of Georgia’s most important agricultural products was
A. sheep. B. goats. C. cattle. D. poultry.
639. Which statement does NOT describe a major impact on agriculture in Georgia since World War II?
A. Technology has resulted in new crops. B. Technology has changed the way farming is done.
C. Technology has converted more land to farmland. D. Technology has brought about a reduction of farmland.
640. Which is NOT a result of the consolidation of farmland in Georgia?
A. Fewer products are produced by the smaller number of farmers.
B. More land has been used for residential or commercial ventures.
C. International markets for Georgia’s farm products have been expanded.
D. The number of related farm businesses, i.e. fertilizer producers, has decreased.
641. Why is horticulture a major part of Georgia’s agricultural sector today?
A. It has been found in Georgia since the colonization period.
B. It has become more important due to the housing boom.
C. It has become more important since people eat less meat.
D. It has been heavily subsidized by the federal government.
642. What factor MOST DIRECTLY determines which crops can be grown in a certain part of Georgia?
A. soil B. market C. labor supply D. climate
643. What job is LEAST associated with Georgia’s agriculture today?
A. agricultural economists B. landscape engineers C. subsistence farmers D. entomologists
644. Approximately how many Georgians were employed in international facilities in thestate in 2001?
A. just over 50,000 B. just over 125,000 C. just over 150,000 D. just over 200,000
645. Which factor has NOT contributed to the growth in Georgia’s population since the 1980s?