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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What transpired after a broken Alexis was condemned to death?
(a) Escaped custody, returned to exile.
(b) Publicly admitted guilt, was forgiven.
(c) Died before sentence is administered.
(d) Sentence commuted, exiled to monastery.
2. Peter was shown in Chapter 29 as an autocrat over the vast country which he divided into how many governorships?
3. Peter in 1704 seized Narva and Dorpat to protect _______and restore the army's honor.
(a) St. Petersburg.
(d) .Nizhny Novgorod.
4. What injury lay Charles XII up nearly dead from infection?
(a) Horse fall.
5. Why was it that Peter's 1717 visit to France yielded no diplomatic fruit?
(a) Regent were set to ally with England, George I hated Peter.
(b) Regent were set to ally with England, George II hated Peter.
(c) Councillor of State was set to ally with England, George II hated Peter.
(d) Councillor of State was set to ally with England, George I hated Peter.
6. When Peter found evidence of Alexis' whereabouts, where did Charles VI move Alexis?
7. Peter engaged which philosopher to oversee administrative, educational, and legal reforms?
(a) Francis Lefort.
(b) Stanislaus Lesczynski.
(c) Gottfried von Leibniz.
(d) Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt.
8. Chapter 36 brought spring's oppressive heat, but Charles XII rejected what at this point?
(a) His officer's call to retreat.
(b) His troops' call to flee.
(c) A peace feeler.
(d) His officer's call to surrender.
9. The rulers of which two Christian principalities secretly agreed to help in fighting Turkey?
(a) Mongolia, Walachia,
(b) Lithuania, Moldavia.
(c) Mongolia, Lithuania.
(d) Moldavia, Walachia,
10. In what location were Alexis and Afrosinia initially hidden by Emperor Charles VI?
11. Chapter 35 showed the effects of which year's intense cold that gripped all of Europe?
12. Peter's westward travels in 1716-1717 had the following three goals: to recover his health, to attend his niece's wedding, and to __________.
(a) Boost allies' support of the invasion of Spain.
(b) Boost allies' support of the invasion of Sweden.
(c) Boost allies' support of the invasion of Denmark.
(d) Boost allies' support of the invasion of England.
13. Ulrika, the sister of Charles XII, assumed the throne and ordered Goertz beheaded, which left Sweden as a _________.
(a) Stable power.
(b) Sovereign country.
(d) Vantage point.
14. Charles XII ordered the Poles to join him, hoping who would aid him?
(a) Zaporozhsky Cossacks, Crimean Tatars.
(b) Zaporozhsky and Crimean Cossacks.
(c) Zaporozhsky Tatars, Crimean Cossacks.
(d) Zaporozhsky and Crimean Tatars.
15. While his people yearned for peace, Charles XII drafted new troops, raised taxes, and was aided by Baron Georg Heinrich von Goertz in becoming what?
(a) His voice if not his brain.
(b) His brain but not his voice.
(c) Both his voice and brain.
(d) Support, but not his brain.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 33, some 35,000 Swedes were against 57,500 Russians, with how many reinforcements respectively?
2. Which Councillor of State controlled French foreign policy because of the age of Louis XV?
3. Charles XII went home to Sweden only after he took Danish Rügen. How many years had passed?
4. Seeking to restore old Moscow, Charles XII takes a direct thrust at Russia's heart rather than first restoring which sea?
5. Peter, unaware if St. Petersburg or Moscow was the goal of Charles XII, set for both and burned a swath how long from Smolensk to Pskov?
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