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WHC 20.1 Section Review

Quiz by Brandon Foster

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  • Q1
    Name three great British statesmen during the early 19th century and give their accomplishments.
    Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington
    William Pitt the Younger, Robert Peel, and William Gladstone. Pitt led Britain during the Napoleonic Wars and implemented the Acts of Union with Ireland. Peel established the modern police force and repealed the Corn Laws. Gladstone advocated for home rule in Ireland and implemented various social reforms.
    Benjamin Disraeli, Winston Churchill, and Margaret Thatcher
    Napoleon Bonaparte, Louis XIV, and Julius Caesar
  • Q2
    Who was England’s longest-reigning monarch?
    King George III
    Queen Elizabeth II
    King Henry VIII
    Queen Victoria
  • Q3
    Why was it said that 'the sun never sets on the British Empire'?
    Because the British Empire was the largest empire in the world
    Because the British Empire was known for its sunny weather
    Because the British Empire had a powerful navy
    Because the British Empire had colonies and territories in various time zones across the world, ensuring that there was always daylight in some part of the empire.
  • Q4
    What was the secret of England’s greatness during the Victorian Era?
    England's industrialization and advancements in technology, which led to economic prosperity and global influence.
    England's political system and governance
    England's military power and conquests
    England's cultural achievements and artistic influence
  • Q5
    Explain how England became more democratic during the 19th century. How did the Reform Bills help?
    England became more democratic through a revolution
    England became more democratic through a monarchy
    England became more democratic through military rule
    England became more democratic through the implementation of various Reform Bills. These bills extended suffrage, redistributed parliamentary seats, and removed corruption from the electoral system.
  • Q6
    Name the two political parties in Parliament during the mid-19th century. What did each party stand for?
    The two political parties were the Conservatives (Tories) and the Liberals. The Conservatives advocated for traditional values, strong monarchy, and limited government intervention. The Liberals promoted individual liberties, free trade, and social reforms.
    The Whigs and the Tories, with similar ideologies
    The Democrats and the Republicans, with different ideologies
    The Socialists and the Capitalists, with contrasting ideologies
  • Q7
    Name the great American evangelist and his songleader who traveled throughout Britain together leading revivals. Name two British missionaries they influenced.
    Billy Sunday and George Whitefield, with their own songleader
    Oral Roberts and Aimee Semple McPherson, with their own songleader
    Charles Finney and Fanny Crosby, with their own songleader
    Dwight L. Moody was the American evangelist, and Ira D. Sankey was his songleader. The two of them traveled across Britain during the late 19th century, organizing revivals and spreading the gospel. Two British missionaries influenced by them were Robert Murray M'Cheyne and C.T. Studd.
  • Q8
    In what year was Japan reopened to the West? What two Americans were influential in the reopening of Japan?
    Japan was reopened to the West in 1853. The two influential Americans in the reopening of Japan were Commodore Matthew C. Perry and Townsend Harris.
    Japan was reopened to the West in 1901
    Japan was reopened to the West in 1707
    Japan was never reopened to the West
  • Q9
    Who founded the Salvation Army?
    William Booth founded the Salvation Army.
    Martin Luther, the leader of the Protestant Reformation
    Samuel Chadwick, a prominent Methodist minister
    John Wesley, the founder of Methodism
  • Q10
    Who single-handedly created the modern nursing profession?
    Rosalind Franklin
    Jane Austen
    Marie Curie
    Florence Nightingale

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