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What were Europeans most interested in gaining from African colonies?
a) A supply of soldiers b) Natural Resources c) Allies d) Finished goods
How many Africa nations attended the Berlin Conference?
a) 0 b) 8 c) 14 d) All of them
British and Russian control over Persia is an example of a...
a) Sphere of Influence b) Protectorate c) Economic Imperialism d) Colony
The Suez Canal was valuable because it
a) Connect Asia and Europe by land b) Connect the Med. and Red Sea c) Connect the Med. and Atlantic Ocean d) Connect Africa and Asia
The Dutch East India Company was an example of...
a) Sphere of Influence b) Protectorate c) Economic Imperialism d) Colony
The first European nation to explore the interior of Africa and create colony was...
a) France b) Britain c) Belgium d) Germany
For Britain, India was
a) A valuable place to build factories to create finished goods b) A source of slaves c) An equal trading partner d) A steady supply of natural resources
I want to gain colonies to give Africans medicine. This is an example of...
a) Social Darwinism b) Humanitarian Reasons c) Economic Resources d) Political Motives
I want to gain colonies to have a supply of oil. This is an example of..
a) Social Darwinism b) Humanitarian Reasons c) Economic Resources d) Political Motives
I want to gain colonies to protect my country from the growing power of iPodia. This is an example of..
a) Social Darwinism b) Humanitarian Reasons c) Economic Resources d) Political Motives
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