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  • Exercises on the Counter-Reformation

    question 1 (UnB) The Protestant Reformation broke with the existing Christian unity in Europe and gave rise to a religious reform in the Catholic Church, the so-called Counter-Reformation. In this regard, judge the items below. a) The fight against profit and usury, bases of commercial and financi

  • Exercises on the Constitution of 1946

    question 1 The 1946 Constitution is a landmark in Brazilian history because it evidenced the beginning of our countrys first democratic experience – although it was a democratic experience with limitations. Known as a document of liberal orientation, the 1946 Constitution established a representativ

  • Exercises on the 1937 Constitution

    question 1 (UNIR/RO) The Constitution of 1937 established that:Professional pre-vocational education aimed at the less favored classes is, in terms of education, the first duty of the State. to this duty, founding institutes of professional education and subsidizing those on the initiative of States

  • Exercises on the Conquest of the Aztecs

    question 1 The clumsy escape of the Spaniards from the Aztec city of Tenochtitlán, which took place at the turn of June 30 to July 1, 1520, resulted in the death of half of Hernán Cortés men and became known as : a) The night of defeat. b) Gods punishment. c) The sad night. d) Montezumas Revenge. e)

  • Exercises on the conquest of the Inca Empire

    question 1 (UFC) About the conquest of America, it is true to say that the Aztecs, Incas and Mayans were subjugated by the Spaniards, although there was numerical superiority of Indians. The use of firearms, internal conflicts between natives and diseases transmitted by the conquerors contributed to

  • Exercises on the Conquest of Spanish America

    question 1 (Fuvest) “We can give a good and certain account that in forty years, through the tyranny and diabolical actions of the Spaniards, more than twelve million people died unjustly…” (Bartolomé de Las Casas, 1474 – 1566) “The sword, the cross and the famine were decimating the savage family.”

  • Exercises on the Tehran Conference

    question 1 (UFJF) In December 1943, Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin held the Tehran Conference, which decided to open a new war front with the invasion of Normandy. This meeting marks a change in Germanys strategic situation, which starts to act on the defensive. The reversal in the war framework wa

  • Exercises on the Munich Conference

    question 1 The Munich Conference took place in September 1938 and brought together representatives from Italy, France, Great Britain and Germany. During this conference, the ambitions of the Germans about which region were discussed: a) Danzig (Poland) b) Alsace (France) c) Sudetenland (Czechoslovak

  • Exercises on the Berlin Conference

    question 1 The Berlin Conference was organized by which government? a) Leopold II b) Leopold I c) Otto von Bismarck d) Luís I of Portugal e) Chester A. Arthur question 2 When negotiations at the Berlin Conference began, the “pink map” was proposed by one of the delegations. Select the alternative th

  • Exercises on the Paris Commune

    question 1 (UFRS) Consider the following statements about the Paris Commune. I – It occurred as an immediate consequence of the crisis caused by the fall of Napoleon III and the consummation of the French defeat against Prussia in 1871; II – He presented important measures of a popular-progressive

  • Exercises on English Colonization

    question 1 (PUC-RJ) The foundation of Virginia and New England, at the beginning of the 17th century, made England enter the colonial dispute in the New World. In the vast domains of the Iberian empires in the Americas, very diverse and complex societies were produced – for example, those of the V.

  • Exercises on Mycenaean Civilization

    question 1 The Mycenaeans – also known as Achaeans – inhabited part of mainland Greece, developed city-states and maintained some commercial contact with foreign civilizations. The Mycenaeans lived their heyday in what period of ancient Greek history? a) Pre-Homeric b) Homeric c) Archaic d) Classic

  • Exercises on Hittite Civilization

    question 1 The Hittites had a great empire, between 1700 BC. and 1200 BC, and their trajectory ended when they were conquered by the Assyrians. The Hittites settled in which region? a) Mesopotamia b) Peloponnese c) Lazio d) Anatolia e) Crete question 2 Some studies by archaeologists and historians h

  • Exercises on Hebrew Civilization

    question 1 (PUC-SP) Diaspora is the term that designates the dispersion of the Hebrews in various regions of the world, after being expelled from their territory in the 2nd century. It was only after 1948, with the creation of the State of Israel, that this people could come together again in the s

  • Exercises on Cretan Civilization

    question 1 The Cretan civilization developed on the island of Crete sometime between 3000 BC. and 2000 BC. and existed until around 1400 BC, when they were absorbed by the Mycenaeans. The existence of this civilization is concentrated in which period of the history of Ancient Greece: a) Pre-Homeric

  • Exercises on Assyrian Civilization

    question 1 (Osec - SP) The Assyrians stood out: for his scientific achievements in the field of astronomy. for the remarkable commercial exchanges carried out with the Phoenicians. for organized and cruel militarism. for the codification of ancient customary law. for building monumental tombs for

  • Exercises on the Battle of Stalingrad

    question 1 (Mackenzie) The battle that took place at Stalingrad during World War II marked: a) the consolidation of German positions in Russia, resulting from the fulminant expansion of the Axis powers (Italy-Germany-Japan). b) the neutralization of Stalins army, forcing him to sign the German-Sovie

  • Exercises on the Battle of Khalkhin Gol

    question 1 Before the Battle of Khalkhin Gol, Russians and Japanese had fought another war, also for territorial reasons. Were talking about: a) Crimean War b) Great Northern War c) Great Patriotic War d) Russo-Japanese War e) First Sino-Japanese War question 2 Tension between the Soviets and Japane

  • Exercises on the Battle of the Bulge

    question 1 The Battle of the Bulge took place between December 1944 and January 1945 and was characterized by being: a) the last battle in which the Germans used their Tiger line panzers in the war. b) the last battle won by the Germans. c) the last offensive organized by Germany in the war. d) the

  • Exercises on the Late Middle Ages

    question 1 Which of these events took place during the Late Middle Ages? a) Expansion of Islam throughout the Iberian Peninsula b) Early Carolingian Dynasty c) Hundred Years War d) Reign of Justinian I e) Defeat of the Moors at the Battle of Poitiers question 2 Regarding the 14th century crisis, sel

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