Nationalism After WWI (Gandhi, Etc.): Question Preview (ID: 6338)

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In the 1920s and 1930s, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk changed the Turkish government by
a) introducing democratic reforms
b) increasing the power of the sultan
c) supporting absolutism
d) incorporating religious teachings into civil law

Between the late 1800s and the end of WWII, Japan implemented a policy of imperialism because Japan
a) admired the power of China
b) lacked coal, iron and other resources
c) wanted to unify the governments of East Asia
d) feared the expansion of Nazi Germany in the Pacific

During WWI, which group of people were victims of genocide?
a) Arabs in Egypt
b) Palestinians in Syria
c) Algerians in France
d) Armenians in the Ottoman Empire

The early 20th century Zionist movement calling for the establishment of a Jewish homeland was an example of
a) imperialism
b) nationalism
c) capitalism
d) isolationism

Mahatma Gandhi and Jomo Kenyatta were similar in that both
a) supported colonial policies
b) sought to gain independence from Great Britain
c) led a worldwide boycott of British goods
d) used violent revolution to achieve their aims

Kemal Ataturk's efforts to modernize Turkish culture were most strongly opposed by
a) Indian nationalists
b) republicans
c) industrialists
d) religious forces

A long term effect of the Balfour Declaration on the Middle East was the
a) oppression of the Kurds by the government of Iraq
b) conflict between the Palestinians and the Israelis
c) strengthening of parliamentary rule in Turkey
d) establishment of a two party system in Lebanon

Mohandas Gandhi is most closely associated with the
a) support of violence and terrorism to end British rule
b) desire to strengthen the caste system
c) use of civil disobedience to gain political freedom
d) establishment of a national religion in India

One way in which Jose de San Martin, Camillo Cavour, and Jomo Kenyatta are similar is that each leader
a) made significant scientific discoveries
b) led nationalist movements
c) fought against British imperialism
d) became a communist revolutionary

Mohandas Gandhi's protests during India's independence movement were often successful because of his application of
a) an appeasement policy
b) civil disobedience
c) traditional caste beliefs
d) divide and conquer principles

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