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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Are the successes of coalitions usually lasting?
(a) Sometimes.
(b) No.
(c) Yes.
(d) Maybe.

2. How are the borders of these federated states created?
(a) Through peaceful negotiations.
(b) With barbed wire.
(c) Through politics.
(d) With high walls.

3. What should people always ask regarding policies?
(a) If a policy of action is fair to all.
(b) If a policy action is beneficial or injurious in the present.
(c) If a policy action will be beneficial or injurious in the future.
(d) If a policy action will be beneficial or injurious in the present and in the future.

4. Does Hitler believe that once his party is in control it can do away with existing organizations?
(a) Maybe.
(b) No.
(c) Yes.
(d) Some.

5. What is one of the factors that distinguishes man from animal?
(a) Language.
(b) Emotion.
(c) Invention.
(d) Thumbs.

6. What does Hitler think of Benito Mussolini?
(a) He admires him.
(b) He fears him.
(c) He is angered by him.
(d) He envies him.

7. Hitler attempts to outline the major points contained in what?
(a) His hatred of other European nations.
(b) His opinion of the Jews.
(c) His love for Germany.
(d) His folkish state.

8. What type of people come to be the leaders and the masses follow them?
(a) The most intelligent.
(b) The worst.
(c) The most compassionate.
(d) The best.

9. How does Hitler define the difference between the old Reich and the new Republic?
(a) As differences between the new and the old.
(b) As differences between the internal and external appearances.
(c) As differences between what is wrong and what is right.
(d) As differences between the weak and the powerful.

10. Who does Hitler accuse of pillaging the German nation through war societies?
(a) The Allied forces.
(b) The Jews.
(c) The Catholics.
(d) The Russians.

11. Since the 1918 end of the monarchy, what has the government been in regards to foreign affairs, according to Hitler?
(a) A success.
(b) Somewhat successful.
(c) A failure.
(d) Fairly weak.

12. What is the purpose of the occupation of the Ruhr?
(a) To protect German investments.
(b) To show France's power.
(c) To embarrass the French people.
(d) To demoralize the German people and economy.

13. What do the end of World War I and the armistice do to Germany?
(a) It relegates Germany to a position of submission.
(b) It frees Germany from the bonds of poverty.
(c) It rightly punishes Germany for their treatment of other countries.
(d) It protects the Germans from other nations.

14. Many of the issues the party has to address are in regards to what?
(a) The German population.
(b) The Americans.
(c) Trade unions.
(d) The Jews.

15. How many strong points exist in German foreign policy up until this time?
(a) Three.
(b) Two.
(c) Four.
(d) Five.

Short Answer Questions

1. To what do the disarmament terms of the peace treaty lead the French to think?

2. What would be would be a rallying point against Marxism?

3. Does Hitler feel that trade unions can be done away with?

4. At how many classes of inhabitants does Hitler's folkish state look?

5. Why does Hitler's movement use red posters at its meetings?

(see the answer keys)

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