(A) Female combat veterans returned home demanding political equality.
(B) Female nurses who cared for injured troops in the trenches won broad-based sympathy.
(C) Crucial contributions in wartime factory producution lent legitimacy to ongoing calls for political and social equality.
(D) Feminist movements got their start during the First World War.
(E) Immediate granting of the right to vote to women in Soviet Russia was an embarrassment on the world stage for male-dominated liberal democracies where the movement for women's suffrage was decades old.
(A) American Revolution
(B) Haitian Revolution
(C) India's independence movement
(D) Ghana's independence movement
(E) Algeria's independence movement
(B) The United States
(C) Great Britain
(A) Education of diverse Indian elites in a common English language
(B) Hindu-Muslim rivalry fostered by colonial divide and rule practices
(C) Establishment of parliamentary democratic norms in government
(D) Military training provided to Indian sepoys
(E) Toleration of caste distinctions
(A) Most were located in Poland.
(B) Escape was impossible.
(C) A variety of methods were employed in carrying out executions.
(D) They were staffed by German and non-German guards.
(E) They were carefully planned and constructed.
(A) In nonsettler societies the independence struggle was more likely to turn violent.
(B) In settler societies constructive negotiations tended to yield power-sharing government coalitions between settlers and representatives of the indigenous populations.
(C) Nonsettler societies experienced a smooth transition to independence with steady economic growth and rising per capita incomes based on healthy industrial sectors put in place by colonial administrators.
(D) In settler societies the independence struggle was more likely to turn violent.
(E) Settler societies experienced a smooth transition to independence with steady economic growth and rising per capita incomes based on healthy industrial sectors put in place by European settlers.
(A) Benedictine monks
(B) Coptic Christians
(D) Liberation theologians