History Chapter 27 Practice Test
Test Wednesday, June 15, 2005
Exactly 273 Questions
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Chapter 27- Section 1- Group 1

  1. What was the date on which the first atomic bomb was dropped? (ex. "January 1, 1234)  
  2. On which Japanese city was this bomb dropped?  
  3. What type of bomber carried the first atomic bomb? (ex. "A-89")  
  4. What was the name of the specific plane that dropped this bomb?  
  5. Where did the first of the conferences that met because of the weakness of the League of Nations meet?  
  6. How many nations met, all having interest in East Asia? (ex. "12")  
  7. Which nation was excluded from this conference?  
  8. What was this conference called?  
  9. Which treaty created at the Washington Conference provided for a "naval holiday" during no warships would be built? For how many years was this naval holiday supposed to last? (ex. "Abc Treaty; 123")  
10. Which treaty created at the Washington Conference was signed by all nations at the conference and promised that they wouldn't take additional territory from China?  

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1. August 6, 1945
2. Hiroshima
3. B-29
4. Enola Gay
5. Washington DC
6. 9
7. Soviet Union
8. Washington Conference
9. Five-Power Treaty; 10
10. Nine-Power Treaty