1-Civi Rights Movement in USA reached to its peak in __________.
1950s and 1960s
2-Civil Rights Movement was a mass popular movement to secure equal rights, privileges and US citizenship for __________.
3-The idea of equal rights and opportunities is the basic core theme of _____________.
Declaration of Independence
4-Jim Crow laws legalised segregation between _________ and _________.
5-In 1954, Supreme Court struck down the ___________ doctrine.
Separate but equal
6-NAACP stands for _____________________.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
7-NAACP was founded in ___________.
8-Brown period lasted from _______ to _______.
9-In post-Brown period, black protest activity began on ___________.
December 1, 1955
10-In 1950s black protest activities began after _________ refused to give up her seat to a white bus rider.
11-SCLC stands for ____________.
South Christian Leadership Conference
12-SCLC was founded in ______________.
13-SNCC stands for _________.
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee
14-SNCC was founded in _____________.
15-Civil Rights Act was passed in ______________.
16-CORE stands for _______________.
Congress of Racial Equality
17-Congress passed Voting Rights Act in _____________.
18-De facto means ___________.
A state of affairs that is true in fact but is not sanctioned
19-De jure means ____________.
A state of affairs that is in accordance with law
20-Martin Luther King Jr. initiated Poor People’s Campaign in _____________.
21-Cold war lasted for almost _________ years.
22-USA did not recognized USSR for almost __________ years after Bolshevik takeover.
23-After World War II, in Eastern Germany, a ________ regime was elected.
24-Bretton Wood Conference was held in Bretton Wood, ____________ in ____________.
New Hampshire, July 1944
25-Bretton Wood Conference was called for discussing the __________.
26-In Bretton Wood Conference, world’s two major financial institutions ___________ and ___________ were created.
World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
27-Western Germany emerged as independent in __________.
28-Berlin, after World War II was also divided into ________ and ________ Berlin.
29-Germany was reunified in ___________.
30-The term “Iron Curtain” was used for the first time by _________ in __________.
Winston Churchill, 1946
31-European Recovery Programme was announced by Secretary of State, _________ on _________.
George Marshall, June 5 1947
32-Truman Doctrine was issued in ____________.
33-Congress passed National Security Act in ___________.
34-NATO was created on __________.
4th April 1949
35-NATO stands for _______________.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
36-WARSAW Pact was created on _________
14 May 1955
37-Korean War began on _____________.
June 25, 1950
38-Mao Tse-tung established communist dictatorship in China in ____________.
39-An armistice was signed between North and South Korea at ___________ on ___________.
PANMUNJOM, July 27 1953
40-During the North Korea and South Korea conflict, more than _________ Americans were killed.
41-Soviet Union did its first atomic explosion in ________.
42-Third World emerged after British and French empires slowly yielded to _____________.
43-The term “Third World” was used for the first time in ___________ by ___________.
14th August 1952, Alfred Sauvy
44-In the aftermath of World War II, USA created ______________.
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
45-CIA was created on ____________.
18 September 1947
46-The first head of CIA was ___________.
RADM Sidney W. Souers
47-The first Secretary General of NATO was __________.
48-Eisenhower Doctrine was announced in ___________.
49-NASA stands for _____________.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
50-NASA was created in _____________.
51-__________ created NASA.
52-Congress passed National Defence Education Act in __________.
53-The U-2 incident occurred in _________.
54-U-2 was a ____________.
55-Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was first proposed by _____________ in _________.
National Women’s Party, 1923
56-NOW stands for _______________.
National Organization of Women
57-ERA _____________ get ratification by the Congress.
58-Afghanistan war is the _________ war ever fight by the United States.
59-Currently the electoral college of US includes _________ electors.
60-Out of 538 electors _______ for the total number of congressional members and ________ represents Washington D.C.
61-The Three electors of Washington, D.C have been allowed by the _________ Amendment.
62-To become President, a candidate must win ________ votes.
63-The winner candidate of US presidential election, sworn into office at noon on ____________.
64-President Trump is the ________ president of USA.
65-In case of no absolute majority, the president is then chosen by the ____________ from top three presidential vote-getters.
House of Representatives
66-In case of no absolute majority, the vice-president is then chosen by the House of Representatives from to ________ vice presidential vote-getters.
67-Untill ________ presidential winner used to sworn into office on _________.
1937, 4th March
68-With the passage of __________ Amendment, the date of presidential inauguration was moved to __________ from ___________.
20th, 20th January, 4th March
69- ___________ is the only US president that served for more than Two terms.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
70-In September 11, 2001 attacks a total of ________ civilians and _________ hijackers perished.
71-Franklin Delano Roosevelt served in office for __________ terms.
72-President __________ is the only US president that served for shortest time.
William Henry Harrison
73-William Henry Harrison served in office for ____________ days.
74-FBI was created on __________.
26 July 1908
75-National Security Agency (NSA) was created on ____________.
4 November 1952
76-United States Secret Service was created on ____________.
5 July 1865