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1 Super Quiz™ PowerPoint Test

2 Which group in Europe did proponents of Enlightenment universalism link with enslaved Africans? Question 1 a.those in the minority in Parliament b.authoritarian statesmen c.disenfranchised poor d.women e.widows, widowers, and orphans

3 Which group in Europe did proponents of Enlightenment universalism link with enslaved Africans? Question 1 c.disenfranchised poor (34, 2, 4)

4 German imperial demands against the French and Spanish division of power prompted the crisis in Question 2 a.Togoland b.Morocco c.Cameroon d.South West Africa e.East Africa

5 German imperial demands against the French and Spanish division of power prompted the crisis in Question 2 b.Morocco (81, 2, 3)

6 The Ottoman Empire is most closely associated with early tribes inhabiting the land of the modern nation of Question 3 a.Spain b.Netherlands c.Turkey d.Great Britain e.France

7 The Ottoman Empire is most closely associated with early tribes inhabiting the land of the modern nation of Question 3 c.Turkey (7, 1, 1)

8 Which African colony was annexed as a French protectorate in 1912? Question 4 a.Algeria b.Ivory Coast c.Tunisia d.Morocco e.Sudan

9 Which African colony was annexed as a French protectorate in 1912? Question 4 d.Morocco (53, 2, 3)

10 Where did the Mahdi establish an Islamic state in Africa that lasted for twelve years? Question 5 a. Omdurman b.Swaziland c.Zanzibar d.Addis Ababa e.Fashoda

11 Where did the Mahdi establish an Islamic state in Africa that lasted for twelve years? Question 5 a. Omdurman (84, 1, 1)

12 Which of the following leaders was bankrolled by the United States during the mid-1900s? Question 6 a.Mao Zedong b.Ho Chi Minh c.Gamal Abdul Nasser d.Jiang Jieshi e.Mohammed Mosaddeq

13 Which of the following leaders was bankrolled by the United States during the mid-1900s? Question 6 d.Jiang Jieshi (10, 1, 2)

14 What term refers to runaway slaves living in colonial settlements in South America, the Caribbean, and Spanish Florida? Question 7 a.Maroons b.Mestizos c.Creoles d.Mulattoes e.Afrikaners

15 What term refers to runaway slaves living in colonial settlements in South America, the Caribbean, and Spanish Florida? Question 7 a.Maroons (34, 1, 3)

16 Which battle marked the British defeat of the Madhi in 1898? Question 8 a.Battle of the Nile b.Battle of Trafalgar c.Battle of Plessey d.Battle of Adowa e.Battle of Omdurman

17 Which battle marked the British defeat of the Madhi in 1898? Question 8 e.Battle of Omdurman (84, 1, 1)

18 From which of the following Javanese terms is the word for a Portuguese sailing vessel derived? Question 9 a.frigate b.ajong c.scow d.bark e.yawl

19 From which of the following Javanese terms is the word for a Portuguese sailing vessel derived? Question 9 b.ajong (8, 1, 1)

20 The parliament of which country called for the annexation of Tunisia in 1938? Question 10 a.Britain b.France c.Italy d.Germany e.Russia

21 The parliament of which country called for the annexation of Tunisia in 1938? Question 10 c.Italy (54, 1, 5)

22 Which Portuguese sea captain sent a party of explorers to the Congo River in 1485? Question 11 a.Diogo Cão b.Bartolomé Ferrelo c.Francisco Barreto d.William Bolts e.Mungo Park

23 Which Portuguese sea captain sent a party of explorers to the Congo River in 1485? Question 11 a.Diogo Cão (56, 2, 3)

24 By 1900, Britain controlled all of the following colonial territories in Africa EXCEPT Question 12 a.Egypt b.Anglo-Egyptian Sudan c.British East Africa d.Buganda e.Union of South Africa

25 By 1900, Britain controlled all of the following colonial territories in Africa EXCEPT Question 12 e.Union of South Africa (84, 1, 1)

26 Which body of water contributed to defining the “heart of Europe” prior to the sixteenth century? Question 13 a.North Sea b.Mediterranean Sea c.Caspian Sea d.Adriatic Sea e.English Channel

27 Which body of water contributed to defining the “heart of Europe” prior to the sixteenth century? Question 13 b.Mediterranean Sea (9, 1, 1)

28 Who wrote the article “On the Value of Quinine in African Remittent Fever” published in 1846? Question 14 a.Alexander Bryson b.Jean André Antonini c.François Clément Maillot d.H. D. Trotter e.T. R. H. Thomson

29 Who wrote the article “On the Value of Quinine in African Remittent Fever” published in 1846? Question 14 e.T. R. H. Thomson (60, 1, 3)

30 Which modern-day country occupies essentially the same land as British East Africa? Question 15 a.Uganda b.Kenya c. Nigeria d.Ethiopia e.Eritrea

31 Which modern-day country occupies essentially the same land as British East Africa? Question 15 b.Kenya (84, 1, 1)

32 During the first wave of decolonization, France relinquished control of all of the following EXCEPT Question 16 a.Lebanon b.Ghana c.Vietnam d.Syria e.Algeria

33 During the first wave of decolonization, France relinquished control of all of the following EXCEPT Question 16 b.Ghana (109, 2, 1)

34 In 1809, the Fulani established the Question 17 a.Mughal Empire b.Cape Colony c.Orange Free State d.Sokoto caliphate e.Ottoman resistance

35 In 1809, the Fulani established the Question 17 d.Sokoto caliphate (46, 1, 1)

36 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” describes himself as Question 18 a.“prostrate” before his employers b. an “evil-spirited” beast c.a purveyor of “unbreakable tyranny” d. secretive and filled with “an intolerable sense of guilt” e.“nimble” and “hideous”

37 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” describes himself as Question 18 d.secretive and filled with “an intolerable sense of guilt” (103, 2, 3)

38 In the eighteenth century, Brazil in South America was a part of the colonial empire of Question 19 a.France b.Portugal c.Belgium d.Netherlands e.England

39 In the eighteenth century, Brazil in South America was a part of the colonial empire of Question 19 b.Portugal (12, 2, 2)

40 To fund a series of voyages looking for a north-west passage, Martin Frobisher and Michael Lok formed the Question 20 a.Company of Cathay b.Levant Company c.Muscovy Company d.Guinea Company e.Eastland Company

41 To fund a series of voyages looking for a north-west passage, Martin Frobisher and Michael Lok formed the Question 20 a.Company of Cathay (21, 1, 3)

42 By the early twentieth century, ninety percent of the world’s market for quinine was supplied by Question 21 a.Ecuador b.India c.Bolivia d.Java e.Thailand

43 By the early twentieth century, ninety percent of the world’s market for quinine was supplied by Question 21 d.Java (61, 2, 2)

44 The 1903 Investigative Report was an internal report commissioned by which European country? Question 22 a.Germany b.France c.Britain d.Belgium e.Netherlands

45 The 1903 Investigative Report was an internal report commissioned by which European country? Question 22 d.Belgium (101, 1, 3)

46 Which inventor of the steam engine made an important contribution to Britain’s second industrial revolution? Question 23 a.Carolus Linnaeus b.James Watt c.Richard Arkwright d.Edmund Cartwright e.Ferdinand de Lesseps

47 Which inventor of the steam engine made an important contribution to Britain’s second industrial revolution? Question 23 b.James Watt (45, 1, 2)

48 Those in the late-eighteenth century who “ascribed value to cultural difference” were specifically known as Question 24 a.cultural relativists b.religious agnostics c.universalists d.economic pragmatists e.imperialists

49 Those in the late-eighteenth century who “ascribed value to cultural difference” were specifically known as Question 24 a.cultural relativists (38, 1, 2)

50 Which war was fought over control of Korea in ? Question 25 a.First Opium War b.Second Opium War c.Taiping Rebellion d.Russo-Japanese War e.Sino-Japanese War

51 Which war was fought over control of Korea in ? Question 25 e.Sino-Japanese War (86, 2, 1)

52 The musical compositions of György Ligeti are reflective of which culture? Question 26 a.Indian b.African Pygmies c.Caribbean d.Afrikaner e.Thai

53 The musical compositions of György Ligeti are reflective of which culture? Question 26 b.African Pygmies (122, 2, 1)

54 Which of the following was NOT a component of the “common sense” economic rationale that developed in the early nineteenth century? Question 27 a.growing cooperation among European states b.free market competition c.individual pursuit of profit d.self-regulating markets e.market efficiency

55 Which of the following was NOT a component of the “common sense” economic rationale that developed in the early nineteenth century? Question 27 a.growing cooperation among European states (36, 1, 5)

56 In the context of the Indian Rebellion, who issued the proclamation of May 11? Question 28 a.Governor-General b.British commanders c.King of Delhi d.heirs of Oudh e.head of the Church of England

57 In the context of the Indian Rebellion, who issued the proclamation of May 11? Question 28 c.King of Delhi (99, 2, 2)

58 What percentage loss of indigenous population followed the European settlement of North and South America? Question 29 a percent b percent c percent d percent e percent

59 What percentage loss of indigenous population followed the European settlement of North and South America? Question 29 e percent (11, 2, 2)

60 Which of the following provided a primary economic motive for Macgregor Laird’s expeditions? Question 30 a.palm oil b.percussion caps c.opium d.slaves e.quinine

61 Which of the following provided a primary economic motive for Macgregor Laird’s expeditions? Question 30 a.palm oil (62, 1, 3)

62 Whose shipyard built three steamers for the British Admiralty’s 1859 Niger voyage? Question 31 a.George Goldie b.John Laird c.Richard Lander d.David Livingstone e.John Lander

63 Whose shipyard built three steamers for the British Admiralty’s 1859 Niger voyage? Question 31 b.John Laird (62, 2, 1)

64 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” compares shooting an elephant to Question 32 a.burning down a mansion b.selling one’s child c.pillaging a huge village d.robbing a bank e.destroying heavy machinery

65 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” compares shooting an elephant to Question 32 e.destroying heavy machinery (105, 1, 2)

66 Which two countries initiated European exploration and colonization in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries? Question 33 a.England and France b.Spain and Italy c.France and Portugal d.England and Portugal e.Spain and Portugal

67 Which two countries initiated European exploration and colonization in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries? Question 33 e.Spain and Portugal (13, 2, 2)

68 The Woolwich Board approved the first percussion gun for use in the military forces of Question 34 a.England b.Germany c.United States d.China e.France

69 The Woolwich Board approved the first percussion gun for use in the military forces of Question 34 a.England (65, 2, 2)

70 Who described the conflicts during the Indian Rebellion after being held captive by rebel forces? Question 35 a.Vishnubhat Godse b.Sita Ram c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare d.Tatya Tope e.Mangal Pandey

71 Who described the conflicts during the Indian Rebellion after being held captive by rebel forces? Question 35 b.Sita Ram (98, 2, 2)

72 Which term has been used in governmental Paris to replace the old titles of “colonial” or “primitive”? Question 36 a.“Nanas” b.gado gado c.totems d.“first arts” e.“universal citizenry”

73 Which term has been used in governmental Paris to replace the old titles of “colonial” or “primitive”? Question 36 d.“first arts” (122, 2, 2)

74 In the late nineteenth century, the primary source of cheaper antimalarial alkaloids for the British military was Question 37 a.Ecuador b.India c.Bolivia d.Java e.Thailand

75 In the late nineteenth century, the primary source of cheaper antimalarial alkaloids for the British military was Question 37 b.India (61, 2, 2)

76 Which of the following has been the least dominant perspective in relating the history of the Indian Rebellion? Question 38 a.official governmental policy b.formal documents and treaties c.narratives of British officers d.narratives of British colonial leaders e.narratives of Indians

77 Which of the following has been the least dominant perspective in relating the history of the Indian Rebellion? Question 38 e.narratives of Indians (95, 1, 2)

78 In 1440, the Portuguese discovered which headland on the west coast of Africa? Question 39 a.Ceuta b.El Mina c.Bantam d.Capo Blanco eMalabar

79 In 1440, the Portuguese discovered which headland on the west coast of Africa? Question 39 d.Capo Blanco (14, 1, 1)

80 Which three cities formed the commercial tripod of British trading depots in India? Question 40 a.Bombay, Delhi, Calcutta b.Madras, Delhi, Bombay c.Goa, Calcutta, Bombay d.Madras, Bombay, Calcutta e.Goa, Delhi, Calcutta

81 Which three cities formed the commercial tripod of British trading depots in India? Question 40 d.Madras, Bombay, Calcutta (30, 2, 2)

82 What was the technique of cutting cinchona trees to the ground every six or seven years called? Question 41 a.mossing b.coppicing c.transplanting d.grafting e.slashing and burning

83 What was the technique of cutting cinchona trees to the ground every six or seven years called? Question 41 b.coppicing (61, 2, 1)

84 The Indian Rebellion almost overthrew British rule in Question 42 a.southern India b.northern India c.India and Burma d.the central provinces e.western India

85 The Indian Rebellion almost overthrew British rule in Question 42 b.northern India (95, 1, 1)

86 In 1470, the Portuguese colonized the uninhabited islands in the West African Bight of Question 43 a.Bantam bBlanco c.Biafra d.Batvia e.Bengal

87 In 1470, the Portuguese colonized the uninhabited islands in the West African Bight of Question 43 c.Biafra (14, 1, 1)

88 Which Kew gardener secured the cinchona seedlings for the plantations of Ootacamund? Question 44 a.Thomas Hutchinson b.Justus Charles Hasskarl c.Clements Markham d.Richard Spruce e.Robert Cross

89 Which Kew gardener secured the cinchona seedlings for the plantations of Ootacamund? Question 44 e.Robert Cross (61, 1, 4)

90 Which country insisted that it was “not a country of immigration” and that its citizenship was a product of native bloodlines? Question 45 a.Sweden b.Germany c.Netherlands d.Spain e.Egypt

91 Which country insisted that it was “not a country of immigration” and that its citizenship was a product of native bloodlines? Question 45 b.Germany (118, 2, 1)


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