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HIS 106 – STUDY GUIDE MIDTERM ROBERT C. WATSON CHAPTER 27 THE NEW IMPERIALISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (1) The British, French, and ________ were the first Europeans to establish trading posts in India. (2) East India Company leader Warren Hastings took a scholarly interest in Indian literature and during his term, Europeans first became aware that (3) What happened to men under Warren Hastings (4) Lord Cornwallis came to India and control of the British East India Company after his defeat in (5) By 1800, British trade in India shifted its focus from the spice trade to what more lucrative commodity? (6) By the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the rule of the Mughal were limited to what two cities in India? (7) The Great Mutiny of 1857 began because of rumors among the Hindu and Muslim Sepoy troops about (8) What was The Great Mutiny. (9) In 1877 Queen Victoria added what title to her collection, to reflect the importance of India in the British Empire? (10) Why was the “gin and tonic” drink so popular among the British in India? (11) Why was the civil service of British run India was very difficult to get into (12) What was the “thin red line” in British India?
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