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20th Century China, India, Africa and whole course review

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  • Q1

    Based on the information in these graphs, identify one cause of French Revolution. 

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    over-taxation of the third estate 

    population growth amongst the third estate 

    population decline amongst the second estate

    limited ownership by the first estate

  • Q2

    Identify one action taken during the French Revolution to address an issue depicted in these charts.

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    King Louis XVI was executed

    exemptions from taxes for the first and second estates were abolished by the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen 

    The revolutionaries created the first Communist government

    Napoleon named himself emperor of France

  • Q3

    These documents were most likely written during which historical period?

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    The Enlightenment

    Industrial Revolution 

    World War II

    Green Revolution 

  • Q4

    A historian would find these documents most useful for 

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    depicting 19th century factory life

    depicting struggles that faced 19th century farmers

    understanding the lives of the upper middle class in the 19th century

    examining the effects of pollution in 19th century cities 

  • Q5

    What action was taken as a result of testimonials like those in these documents?

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    child labor laws were passed

    slavery was abolished

    World War 1 

    invention of the steam engine

  • Q6

    Which statement bests describes the Sadler Committee's purpose in collecting testimonies like these?

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    To estimate how much cloth British factories produced in 1832.

    To inform the government and public of the conditions that children experience in factories.

    To figure out how to get factory workers to be more efficient.

    To test the education levels of the factory workers.

  • Q7

    The message of this poem was used by many Europeans to justify 

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  • Q8

    Based on this poem, which action would Kipling have most likely supported?

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    The British establishing schools in India to teach Indian children English and British culture.

    The British establishing coal mines in India .

    The British using child labor in textile factories in India.

    The British sharing equal power with Indians in the colonial government.

  • Q9

    Identify a policy most closely associated with the historical development depicted in this map.

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  • Q10

    Which of these contributed to the historical developments depicted in this map?

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    Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    Chinese Communist Revolution 

    Industrialization of Japan

    The start of WWII

  • Q11

    Which claim is best supported by the image?

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    Most Southeast Asian countries were part of the Warsaw Pact

    Most Western European countries were part of NATO

    Many African countries were non-aligned

    South Africa was a part of NATO

  • Q12

    The organizations represented on the map were formed as a direct result of

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    conflicts caused by the Cold War 

    environmental concerns that resulted from rapid industrialization

    the collapse of the Soviet Union

    a need to improve the economy of Europe by limiting trade restrictions

  • Q13

    Based on this excerpt, which statement best describes the author's point of view?

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    India and Pakistan should remain one country after the British are driven out.

    The British military is too powerful. 

    The benefits of British rule outweigh the costs for India. 

    British rule has hurt India and prevented its people from establishing their own economy and government.

  • Q14

    A historian would find this excerpt most useful for 

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    Examining the economic benefits of imperialism for British citizens 

    Understanding the views of Indian nationalists.

    Examining the effects of Belgian rule in the Congo.

    Exploring the points of view of Muslims concerning British rule in India. 

  • Q15

    Which event was an effect of the ideas expressed in this excerpt and the actions taken by Gandhi?

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    Establishment of the British Raj in India 

    Amritsar Massacre

    Independence for India and Pakistan

    Sepoy Rebellion


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