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Knowledge Bowl Set#7

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The assassination of what man was a factor in the beginning of World War I? Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary
One of the programs set up under Roosevelt's New Deal was the CCC. What did CCC stand for? the Civilian Conservation Corps
What treaty officially ended World War I? the Treat of Versailles
What do we call the time period in America when African American artists, writers, and scholars were especially brilliant and creative? the Harlem Renaissance
What American landmark contains the inscription, "I lift my lamp beside the golden door."? the Statue of Liberty
What star of silent movies was known as The Little Tramp? Charlie Chaplin
What was the nickname given to the 1920s because they were such exciting and fast paced times? the Roaring Twenties
What do we call the time period after World War I when many African Americans headed for Chicago and New York City? the Great Migration
What do we call the time period from 1920 to 1933 when there was a ban on the making and selling of beer, wine, and alcohol in the U.S.? Prohibition
What was the nickname given to Hitler's new era of German history? the Third Reich
What is the formula for finding the area of a rectangle? area = length x width
What is the name given to the mass murder of the Jews during World War II? the Holocaust
What kind of triangle has three congruent sides? equilateral
What character was the symbol of working women during and after World War II? Rosie the Riveter
What mathematical term means that two figures are EXACTLY the same size and shape? congruent
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, more than 110,000 people of a specific heritage were placed in internment camps. What heritage were they? Japanese-American
What painter began the art style based on cubes and triangles? Pablo Picasso
What do we call June 6, 1944, when the Allied troops stormed the beaches at Normandy? D-Day
What Dutch abstract painter is known for using only lines and the colors red, yellow, blue, black, and white? Piet (pronounced Pete) Mondrian
What American President is known for saying, "The buck stops here."? Harry Truman
Who painted The Starry Night? Vincent Van Gogh
At the end of World War II, what were the two most powerful nations in the world? the U.S. and the Soviet Union (Russia)
What color are the sharp and flat keys on a piano? black
Who was the British prime minister during World War II? Winston Churchill
Created by: rnsluder