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Prentice Hall World History Connections to Today, The Modern Era: Online Textbook Help Final Exam

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Question 1 1. How would most describe the fighting style of Villa and Orozco?

Question 2 2. Why were heroes so important for the Greeks?

Question 3 3. Why were most colonies protesting?

Question 4 4. Which of the following did NOT contribute to the conflict between England and Spain?

Question 5 5. Buddha can be translated as the

Question 6 6. Who negotiated the Munich Agreement with Hitler, and then proclaimed 'peace for our time'?

Question 7 7. How did Calvinism differed from Lutheranism?

Question 8 8. Why was the Potsdam declaration relevant to ending World War II?

Question 9 9. What did the U.S. gain from the Marshall Plan, which aided European Countries with large amounts of U.S. dollars?

Question 10 10. Who assumed the role of Lord Protector in 1653?

Question 11 11. Why does the Sykes-Picot Agreement have long term consequences that are relevant even today?

Question 12 12. What was the revolution cry of Zapata and his followers?

Question 13 13. What event marks the end of the Roman Empire?

Question 14 14. The expansive population of Tenochtitlan could be attributed to the success of agriculture and:

Question 15 15. Michelangelo was born in a:

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