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Question 1 1. How was Cromwell able to secure his political position?
Question 2 2. How did the wars of the Second Coalition unfold?
Question 3 3. Why is the Potsdam conference linked to the start of the Cold War?
Question 4 4. Why did Napoleon decide to attack Egypt?
Question 5 5. Which of the following is NOT one of the five great evils describing the needs of British society, as enumerated by the Beveridge Report?
Question 6 6. The Treaty of Amiens _____.
Question 7 7. The United States gave Soviet Union major influence over Eastern Europe in order to:
Question 8 8. Who controlled much of Italy at the close of the Italian Wars?
Question 9 9. Which of the following Western European nations was NOT part of the fledgling European Coal and Steel Community in 1951?
Question 10 10. Which is NOT true of the Berlin Airlift?
Question 11 11. Which two words can be used to describe Marie Antoinette's childhood?
Question 12 12. How did the establishment of Sinn Féin help end 'The Troubles'?
Question 13 13. Which faction was comprised of the majority of the National Convention delegates and tended to be uncommitted?
Question 14 14. _____ was a British who became famous during the Crimean War.
Question 15 15. How might have Charles Lyell's Principles of Geology affected Darwin's theory of natural selection?
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