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Ch.23 - 1. Correct After 1450 the West Your answer:...

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1. Correct After 1450 the West Your answer: controlled a growing volume of international trade. 2. Correct The initiative for Western exploration and conquest came from the kingdom of Your answer: Portugal. 3. Correct The Portuguese Prince Henry the Navigator Your answer: directed a series of expeditions along the African coast and also outward to the Azores. 4. Correct Vasco da Gama Your answer: rounded the Cape of Good Hope and eventually sailed to India. 5. Correct The first Portuguese fleet to reach India sailed there in Your answer: 1498. 6. Correct The Portuguese trading port and fortress established in India was Your answer: Goa. 7. Correct Why did the initiative in early conquest and exploration pass to northern European nations in the later 16th century? Your answer: The Dutch and British improved the design of oceanic vessels, producing faster ships than their Catholic rivals. 8.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ? ? taught by Professor ? during the Spring '07 term at Gustavus.

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Ch.23 - 1. Correct After 1450 the West Your answer:...

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