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One result of the Sepoy Mutiny was that
a) the British East India Company went bankrupt. b) the British government bypassed the BEIC and controlled India directly. c) the British abandoned attempts at converting Indians to Christianity. d) the British allowed more religious and other freedoms to native Indians.
Muhammad Ali instituted a series of reforms in the military and in the economy of
a) Egypt. b) Persia. c) Kentucky. d) the Ottoman Empire.
In 1907, which of the following was divided into spheres of influence by Russia and Britain?
a) India b) Crimea c) Afghanistan d) Persia
Malaysia became the world's leading exporter of
a) tea. b) teak. c) rubber. d) sugar.
How were Muhammad Ali's policies and European colonial policies similar?
a) Peasants were forced to grow cash crops instead of food. b) Peasants lost their local chiefs in exchange for centralized power. c) Muhammad Ali ruled as an indirect ruler of a British colony. d) Like most local rulers, Muhammad Ali had little real power.
How did Menelik II keep colonial interests out of Ethiopia?
a) He allied with his African neighbors to form a powerful military force. b) He successfully negotiated favorable peace treaties with Britain, France and Italy. c) He used the Europeans' rivalries against them and used modern weapons to equalize military power. d) His use of sodium chloride in agricultural lands rendered them incapable of growing cash crops, eliminating European interest
How did Menelik II differ from other 19th-century African leaders?
a) He managed to defeat Europeans who wanted to take over his country, keeping it independent. b) He copied the Europeans' methods and established his own colonies in Africa and elsewhere. c) He studied politics at a European university and applied modern political theories to his own government. d) He fought aggressivelt but ultimately unsuccessfully against European imperialism.
What role did paternalism play in European governance of its colonies?
a) It allowed for natives to assimilate into European societies. b) Europeans provided for natives' needs, but gave them few rights. c) Europeans trained natives to govern themselves according to European patterns. d) Europeans trained natives in advanced farming and mining techniques.
By 1914, the Ottoman Empire
a) no longer existed. b) was at its peak. c) began a long, slow decline. d) was about a third as large as it had been at its peak.
Emilio Aguinaldo fought for the independence of
a) the Philippines. b) Singapore. c) India. d) Indonesia.
As a direct result of the Spanish-American War, the United States acquired all of the following EXCEPT
a) parts of Cuba. b) Hawaii. c) Puerto Rico. d) the Philippines.
All of the following were causes of the Sepoy Mutiny EXCEPT
a) British racism toward Indian natives. b) national pride of the natives. c) conflicts between Anglicanism, Hinduism and Islam. d) famine from forced production of cash crops instead of food.
All of the following places are located on the Pacific Rim EXCEPT
a) China. b) Guam. c) Hawaii. d) Persia.
According to Ram Mohun Roy, in order to successfully move towards independence, Indians had to
a) convert to Christianity. b) hold firmly to traditional ideas. c) take up arms against their British rulers. d) do away with child marriages and the caste system.
Queen Liliuokalani was the last monarch of
a) Java. b) Hawaii. c) Borneo. d) Tahiti.
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