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C-33_Quiz - C-33 Quiz 1. Rudyard Kipling's poem, The White...

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1. Rudyard Kipling's poem, The White Man's Burden , was actually meant to inspire the Americans to colonize A. Canada B. Mexico C. Brazil D. Vietnam E. The Philippines 2. The Suez Canal was essential for A. Facilitating trade between both U.S. coasts B. British control over India C. Spanish control over the Philippines D. French control over Vietnam E. The maintenance of the Ottoman empire 3. The battle of Omdurman A. Ensured British domination over New Zealand B. Allowed France to establish a colony in Vietnam C. Led to the collapse of the Ottoman empire D. Opened the door for British colonial rule in Sudan E. Doomed Russia to defeat in the Russo-Japanese War 4. The most important figures in the uprising in 1857 in India were A. Russian military officials looking for an advantage in the Great Game B. Disgruntled sepoy troops C. French agents working to cause unrest in an important British colony D. The representatives of the Indian National Congress E. American soldiers looking for an excuse to pry India away from British control 5. Between 1859 and 1893, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos all fell under the control of A. England B. France C. The Dutch D. Germany E. The United States 6. By 1900, the only part of Southeast Asia not under European imperial rule was A. Vietnam B. Cambodia C. Malaysia D. Siam E. Laos
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7. The Congo Free State was established in the 1870s by A. Italy B. Belgium C. England D. France E. Germany 8. The Berlin Conference A. Set up a timetable for decolonization in Africa B. Devised the ground rules for the European colonization of Africa C. Ended the Crimean War D. Established the Triple Alliance E. Legitimized the German colonization of the Marshall Islands 9. The Boers were A. East African coastal merchants B. Indians who served as soldiers for the British C. Malaysian tribal chieftains who allied with the Dutch D. Australian aborigines E. Dutch settlers in South Africa 10. "Concessionary companies" refers to a system of colonial rule that employed A. Military forces tasked specifically with protecting trade operations B. Temporary governments C. Private companies that gave up substantial control over their operations to a sponsoring European government in order to participate in colonial expansion D. Private companies granted territory and control over taxation and labor for mining, construction, or agricultural projects E. Government-owned companies that controlled taxation and labor in the colony 11. In 1770, Captain James Cook anchored his fleet at Botany Bay, near what modern city? A. Melbourne B. Sydney C. Cape Town D. New South Wales E. Wellington 12. New South Wales was originally settled by about one thousand people, most convicted criminals, A. But they gradually died out due to famine and disease B. But they were soon displaced by British ranchers, who needed the land for their sheep C. But voluntary migrants outnumbered convicts within 50 years D. Who were pardoned and given the opportunity to purchase land E. And remained a penal colony until 1905
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13. Which matching of imperial power and colony is not correct?
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