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Lessons 6 - 10 - Question Review

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is a characteristic of new imperialism?
    focused on Africa and Asia
    Atlantic slavery
    produced tons of gold for the dominant European powers
    focused on North and South America
  • Q2
    What is the relationship between imperialism and capitalism?
    Capitalists sought to reinvest their profits into new infrastructure, technology, or colonial ventures
    Capitalists constantly searched for new markets to sell their goods
    Capitalist states required a large supply of natural resources such as rubber, oil, and tin to supply their factories
    All of these
  • Q3
    What were some of the factors that motivated the French colonization of Vietnam?
    The French were interested in keeping up with British trade advances.
    All of these
    The French government wanted to see all of the Vietnamese people convert to Christianity
    The French were opposed to the spread of communism and feared that a communist Vietnam would cause a domino effect on the rest of Asia
  • Q4
    What was a major motivating factor in the American colonization of the Philippines?
    The Americans wanted to keep pace with the British, who were monopolizing all of the good Asian countries
    President William McKinley believed he had a moral obligation to civilize the world.
    President William McKinley wanted to grant the Philippines their independence from Spain
    President William McKinley had no desire to colonize the Philippines, which is why he set them free at the end of the Spanish-American War
  • Q5
    What is the advantage to having the Suez Canal cut through northern Egypt?
    It allowed Egypt to prosper as an independent country as they received all of the profits from the canal
    It allowed Islamic missionaries access to regions within Africa
    It allowed Europeans easier access to Asia without having to sail around the tip of Africa.
    It made it easier to ship slaves out of Africa
  • Q6
    What was Germany's chancellor Otto von Bismarck's attitude toward imperialism?
    Otto von Bismarck only supported imperialism to win German people's votes.
    Otto von Bismarck embraced imperialism enthusiastically as an effort to strengthen the German economy
    All of these
    Otto von Bismarck was deeply religious and wanted to use imperialism as a platform to share Christianity
  • Q7
    Which of the following is a characteristic of Boers and British rule of South Africa?
    the Zulus had free access to South Africa
    white superiority was ordained by God
    economic prosperity for all
    equality between races
  • Q8
    What was the result of the Sepoys Rebellion of 1857?
    The rebellions failed, but Britain decided to leave India anyway
    The rebellion was a complete failure and Britain decided to take direct control of India as a result.
    The Sepoys succeeded in freeing India from British rule
    The rebellion was a success even though Queen Victoria made herself Empress of India
  • Q9
    In what way did the Indian school system, set up by the British, support British imperialism?
    It taught the Indian children English and prepared them to serve in the government or army.
    It taught the Indian children their own unique history and India customs
    None of these
    It taught the Indian children skills such as building roads and canals
  • Q10
    How did President Theodore Roosevelt help build the Panama Canal?
    He paid for the canal out of his own personal finances
    All of these
    He supported a rebellion that allowed Panama to separate from Colombia.
     He personally drew the plans for the design of the Canal
  • Q11
    How did Gandhi's work impact British rule in India?
    He first improved the lot of the poor, but eventually procured independence.
    He had no effect because he was assassinated
     He convinced the British to give Indians the right to vote and own property
    He led the war for independence
  • Q12
    What was the Qing dynasty's attitude toward foreigners?
    The Qing dynasty openly embraced global trade
    The Qing dynasty shunned foreign trade.
    None of these
     The Qing dynasty only opened their ports to the British, whom they liked as a trading partner
  • Q13
    What factors led to the Opium War?
    The British wanted to purchase opium from China, but China refused to openly trade with Great Britain so they declared war
    The British refused to stop smuggling opium into China in exchange for tea.
    All of these
    The Chinese traders increased the price of tea, forcing China to use force to get a fair trading price
  • Q14
    What led to the Tai Ping Rebellion from 1850-1864?
     Invasion of international waters by North Korea and Japan
    The failure of the Chinese government to deal with internal and economic problems.
    The British desire for tea
    The British government set up illegal trading post in the Tai Ping region
  • Q15
    What kind of government did Sun Yat-sen hope to establish in China?
    A military rule
    A monarchy
    A dictatorship

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