Modern Middle East and Southwest Asia

 

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Modern Middle East and Southwest Asia

Question 1
What member of David Lloyd George's cabinet, is closely associated with the 1917 document that proclaimed Britain's intentions toward Palestine?
A
Arthur James Balfour
B
Woodrow Wilson
C
Winston Churchill
D
Golda Meir

Question 2
Because of its strong pro-Western stance, Turkey sent troops to serve in what conflict of the 1950s?
A
Vietnam War
B
Korean War
C
Iran-Iraq War
D
Crimean War

Question 3
According to Helen Chapin Metz, Iraq's Saddam Hussein viewed what event as an opportunity and a threat?
A
The 1979 overthrow of the Shah of Iran
B
The 1980 election of Ronald Reagan
C
The Watergate scandal
D
None of the above

Question 4
Following World War I, the League of Nations created a mandate to partition the Ottoman Empire. Which country received no mandate in the Middle East?
A
The United States
B
Britain
C
France
D
None of the Above

Question 5
What agreement was brokered by the Algerian government in January of 1981 to end the Iranian hostage crisis?
A
The Algerian Accords
B
The Baghdad Pact
C
The Treaty of Versailles
D
The Atlantic Charter

Question 6
Fill in the blank. The Young Turks sided with ..... during World War I.
A
The allies
B
The central powers
C
Both the central powers and the allies
D
None of the above

Question 7
Egyptian Prime Minister Anwar Sadat was assassinated in 1981 after signing a peace treaty with what country?
A
Hungary
B
The U.S.S.R.
C
The United States
D
Israel

Question 8
Fill in the blank. According to Helen Chapin Metz in the "Ingathering of Exiles" chapter of Israel: A Country Study, "In 1939 the British Mandate Authority had estimated that about ..... out of 1.5 million residents of the mandate were Jews."
A
200, 000
B
350, 000
C
445, 000
D
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Question 9
By 1978, there were over how many foreigners in Iran?
A
30, 000
B
40, 000
C
50, 000
D
60, 000

Question 10
Complete the sentence. According to Helen Chapin Metz, President Bani Sadr's goals included all of the following EXCEPT:
A
The development of closer relations with Iraq
B
The reestablishment of central authority
C
The gradual disappearance of the Pasdaran
D
The reduction of the influence of the clerical hierarchy
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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