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1 Super Quiz™ PowerPoint Test 10 2011-2012

2 Which of the following refers to a classification whereby a settler colony receives domestic autonomy, while the mother country retains control over foreign policy and trade? Question 1 a.buffer zone b.protectorate c.independent kingdom d.de facto colony e.dominion status

3 Which of the following refers to a classification whereby a settler colony receives domestic autonomy, while the mother country retains control over foreign policy and trade? Question 1 e.dominion status (43, 2, 3)

4 Who initially suspected that young Pandurang and his cousin were spies for the British during the Indian Rebellion? Question 2 a.Vishnubhat Godse b.Sita Ram c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare d.Tatya Tope e.Mangal Pandey

5 Who initially suspected that young Pandurang and his cousin were spies for the British during the Indian Rebellion? Question 2 d.Tatya Tope (98, 1, 4)

6 Which Huguenot received a patent to settle at St Croix Island? Question 3 a.Nicolas Durand, Chevalier de Villegagnon b.Pierre du Guast, Comte de Monts c.Marquis de la Roche d.Samuel Champlain e.René de Laudonnière

7 Which Huguenot received a patent to settle at St Croix Island? Question 3 b.Pierre du Guast, Comte de Monts (16, 1, 2)

8 The Waitangi Treaty offered protection to indigenous people of Question 4 a.Australia b.New Zealand c.South Africa d.Siam e.Canada

9 The Waitangi Treaty offered protection to indigenous people of Question 4 b.New Zealand (44, 1, 1)

10 In Vishnubhat Godse’s narrative, who revealed to the Brahman that the rifle cartridges were contaminated? Question 5 a.a sepoy b.a priest c.a street sweeper d.a hospital worker e.an armory guard

11 In Vishnubhat Godse’s narrative, who revealed to the Brahman that the rifle cartridges were contaminated? Question 5 c.a street sweeper (96, 2, 1)

12 When World War II broke out, 600,000 European Jewish settlers and twice as many Arabs were living in British-controlled Question 6 a.Hong Kong b.Palestine c.Pakistan d.Burma e.Kuwait

13 When World War II broke out, 600,000 European Jewish settlers and twice as many Arabs were living in British-controlled Question 6 b.Palestine (113, 1, 1)

14 In the 1860s, the British government committed resources to intervention in the Question 7 a.Maroon Wars b.Afghan Wars c.Anglo-Burmese conflict d.Meiji Restoration e.Maori resistance

15 In the 1860s, the British government committed resources to intervention in the Question 7 e.Maori resistance (44, 1, 1)

16 When, in the context of events leading to the Indian Rebellion, did the two men near Mau tell Vishnubhat Godse that the infantrymen first received their new guns? Question 8 a.in late 1854 b.in early 1855 c.in late 1855 d.in late 1856 e.in mid 1857

17 When, in the context of events leading to the Indian Rebellion, did the two men near Mau tell Vishnubhat Godse that the infantrymen first received their new guns? Question 8 d.in late 1856 (96, 1, 2)

18 Which of the following English monarchs brought Wales under English legal and political authority through two Acts of Union? Question 9 a.King George III b.Elizabeth I c.Henry VIII d.Mary I e.Edward VI

19 Which of the following English monarchs brought Wales under English legal and political authority through two Acts of Union? Question 9 c.Henry VIII (17, 2, 1)

20 Which group promoted a fundamentalist Islamic revival in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Africa? Question 10 a.Zulus b.Bantus c.Fulani d.Afrikaners e.Ndebele

21 Which group promoted a fundamentalist Islamic revival in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Africa? Question 10 c.Fulani (46, 2, 1)

22 In the late eighteenth century, the British and Ottoman Turks fought the French in the Question 11 a.Haitian Revolution b.Indian Rebellion c.Battle of Plassey d.Battle of Isandhlwana e.Battle of the Nile

23 In the late eighteenth century, the British and Ottoman Turks fought the French in the Question 11 e.Battle of the Nile (47, 1, 1)

24 Which of the following entities assumed control of the Congo Free State in 1908? Question 12 a.African National Congress b.French National Assembly c.United Nations d.Belgian Parliament e.British Exchequer

25 Which of the following entities assumed control of the Congo Free State in 1908? Question 12 d.Belgian Parliament (93, 1, 3)

26 Which historian explored England’s concept of “empire” in Historia Regum Brittaniae? Question 13 a.Geoffrey of Monmouth b.Michael Hechter c.K. M. Panikkar d.Felipe Fernández-Armesto e.Fernand Braudel

27 Which historian explored England’s concept of “empire” in Historia Regum Brittaniae? Question 13 a.Geoffrey of Monmouth (17, 1, 2)

28 When Jules Ferry in his 1883 speech asks “Is this some kind of chimera?”, he is referring to Question 14 a.encroaching socialism b.the need for export markets c. the slave trade d. the unrest in the colonies e.competition from European neighbors

29 When Jules Ferry in his 1883 speech asks “Is this some kind of chimera?”, he is referring to Question 14 b.the need for export markets (47, 2, 2)

30 Under the rule of King Leopold II, Africans were forced by gunpoint into the cultivation of Question 15 a.quinine b.palm oil c.rubber d. sugar e.tobacco

31 Under the rule of King Leopold II, Africans were forced by gunpoint into the cultivation of Question 15 c.rubber (93, 1, 2)

32 Nationalists from which of the following African nations provided a model for how to navigate global politics and secure independence? Question 16 a.Tunisia b.Togo c.Morocco d.Algeria e.West Africa

33 Nationalists from which of the following African nations provided a model for how to navigate global politics and secure independence? Question 16 d.Algeria (112, 2, 3)

34 Which Albanian officer in the Ottoman army seized power after the Battle of the Nile? Question 17 a.Osman I b.John Bull c.Mohammed Ali d.Zhu Yuanzhang e.Abdelkader

35 Which Albanian officer in the Ottoman army seized power after the Battle of the Nile? Question 17 c.Mohammed Ali (47, 1, 1)

36 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” considers the British Raj to be Question 18 a.“prostrate” before great power b.an “evil-spirited” beast c.an “unbreakable tyranny” d.sensitive and filled with “an intolerable sense of guilt” e.“nimble” and “hideous”

37 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” considers the British Raj to be Question 18 a.“prostrate” before great power (103, 2, 3)

38 The traditional idea of the “plantation” as “a colony of settlement” FIRST emerged in the English plan for dealing with the Question 19 a.Indian subcontinent b.United States c.Welsh d.Scottish e.Irish

39 The traditional idea of the “plantation” as “a colony of settlement” FIRST emerged in the English plan for dealing with the Question 19 e.Irish (18, 1, 1)

40 Who explored Hudson Bay in 1508 and may have navigated even farther down the Eastern seaboard? Question 20 a.Henry the Navigator b.James Cook c.John Cabot d.John Rut e.Sebastian Cabot

41 Who explored Hudson Bay in 1508 and may have navigated even farther down the Eastern seaboard? Question 20 e.Sebastian Cabot (20, 1, 1)

42 Which superintendent of the Buitenzorg Botanical Gardens in Java traveled to the Andes in 1853-1854 to collect cinchona seeds? Question 21 a.Thomas Hutchinson b.Justus Charles Hasskarl c.Clements Markham d.Richard Spruce e.Robert Cross

43 Which superintendent of the Buitenzorg Botanical Gardens in Java traveled to the Andes in 1853-1854 to collect cinchona seeds? Question 21 b.Justus Charles Hasskarl (61, 1, 4)

44 When was France’s mission civilisatrice abandoned as an official policy? Question 22 a.in the early 1800s b.at the same time as the Indian Rebellion against British rule c.as a result of the Sino-Japanese War d.after World War I e.after the Vietnam War

45 When was France’s mission civilisatrice abandoned as an official policy? Question 22 d.after World War I (94, 2, 2)

46 Who made “ill-starred efforts” in 1571-72 to establish military settlements in Ulster? Question 23 a.William of Orange b.Humphrey Gilbert c.Walter Raleigh d.Richard Grenville e.Thomas Smith

47 Who made “ill-starred efforts” in 1571-72 to establish military settlements in Ulster? Question 23 e.Thomas Smith (18, 1,2)

48 Who was the “most lionized of all the explorers” to Africa and an early proponent of quinine prophylaxis? Question 24 a.Macgregor Laird b.William Laird c.Richard Lander d.David Livingstone e.John Lander

49 Who was the “most lionized of all the explorers” to Africa and an early proponent of quinine prophylaxis? Question 24 d.David Livingstone (61, 1,1)

50 When, in relationship to the May 1857 outbreak of the Indian Rebellion, did Vishnubhat Godse write his tale of the rebellion? Question 25 a.during the outbreak b.three to four months after the outbreak c.a year after the outbreak d.ten years after the outbreak e.over fifteen years after the outbreak

51 When, in relationship to the May 1857 outbreak of the Indian Rebellion, did Vishnubhat Godse write his tale of the rebellion? Question 25 e.over fifteen years after the outbreak (96, 1, 1)

52 The French agreed to the independence of Algeria in the Question 26 a.Geneva Accords b.Evian Accords c.Treaty of Paris d.Treaty of London e.Charter Act

53 The French agreed to the independence of Algeria in the Question 26 b.Evian Accords (112, 2, 2)

54 Before 1850, all the world’s supply of cinchona bark came from forests in Question 27 a.North America b.Central America c.Australia d.South America e.Indonesia

55 Before 1850, all the world’s supply of cinchona bark came from forests in Question 27 d.South America (61, 1, 3)

56 Which young Brahman priest from a village north of Bombay witnessed the events of the Indian Rebellion? Question 28 a.Vishnubhat Godse b.Sita Ram c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare d.Tatya Tope e.Nana Sahib

57 Which young Brahman priest from a village north of Bombay witnessed the events of the Indian Rebellion? Question 28 a.Vishnubhat Godse (95, 2,4)

58 Which historian described the Scottish settlers’ tendency to create their own “colony-within-a colony”? Question 29 a.William Blackstone b.Nicholas Canny c.Geoffrey de Monmouth d.Fernand Braudel e.H. L. Wesselin g

59 Which historian described the Scottish settlers’ tendency to create their own “colony-within-a colony”? Question 29 b.Nicholas Canny (18, 1, 3)

60 Which naval physician wrote the set of instructions for the crew of the Pleiad in 1854? Question 30 a.Alexander Bryson b.Jean André Antonini c.François Clément Maillot d.H. D. Trotter e.T. H. R. Thomson

61 Which naval physician wrote the set of instructions for the crew of the Pleiad in 1854? Question 30 a.Alexander Bryson (60, 2, 2)

62 In the 1880s, which of the following locations became a new source of cinchona bark, largely through the efforts of Dutch and British horticulturalists? Question 31 a.North America b.Central and South Africa c.Australia d.Caribbean e.Indonesia

63 In the 1880s, which of the following locations became a new source of cinchona bark, largely through the efforts of Dutch and British horticulturalists? Question 31 e.Indonesia (62, 2, 1)

64 Where was the Doctrine of Lapse considered “a final outrage of British conquest”? Question 32 a.Bombay b.Delhi c.Oudh d.Calcutta e.Khajuri

65 Where was the Doctrine of Lapse considered “a final outrage of British conquest”? Question 32 c.Oudh (95, 2, 1)

66 The population of the colony of Quebec reflected a remnant of the colonial empire of Question 33 a.France b.Portugal c.Belgium d.Netherlands e.England

67 The population of the colony of Quebec reflected a remnant of the colonial empire of Question 33 a.France (11, 1, 2)

68 As a result of the Qing emperor’s refusal to sign the peace treaties ending the Opium Wars, Britain and France occupied the city of Question 34 a.Nanking b.Peking c.Shanghai d.Hong Kong e.Canton

69 As a result of the Qing emperor’s refusal to sign the peace treaties ending the Opium Wars, Britain and France occupied the city of Question 34 b.Peking (42, 1, 1)

70 The Doctrine of Lapse dealt specifically with the death of Question 35 a.British commanders b.legitimate heirs c.influential sepoys d.native rulers e.adopted heirs

71 The Doctrine of Lapse dealt specifically with the death of Question 35 d.native rulers (95, 2, 2)

72 Who emerged from retirement to during the bitter war against Algerian independence and soon after negotiated Algerian independence? Question 36 a.Benito Mussolini b.Edouard Daladier c.Emilio Aguinaldo d.François Mitterrand e.Charles de Gaulle

73 Who emerged from retirement to during the bitter war against Algerian independence and soon after negotiated Algerian independence? Question 36 e.Charles de Gaulle (112, 2,1)

74 Which of the following was the last to occur? Question 37 a.Haitian Revolution b.British abolition of slavery c.Afrikaner Great Trek d.Boxer Rebellion e.Berlin Conference

75 Which of the following was the last to occur? Question 37 d.Boxer Rebellion (34, chart)

76 From 1847 to 1856, Lord Dalhousie served as the Question 38 a.Prime Minister of England b.Governor General of India c.Deputy Prime Minister d.Secretary for Foreign Affairs e.Chancellor of the Exchequer

77 From 1847 to 1856, Lord Dalhousie served as the Question 38 b.Governor General of India (95, 2, 1)

78 Before 1750, Europe paid for its Asian goods primarily with Question 39 a.industrial goods produced in Europe b.industrial goods produced in the Americas c.cash crops from the Caribbean d.tobacco and cotton from the North American colonies e.gold and silver from mines in the Americas

79 Before 1750, Europe paid for its Asian goods primarily with Question 39 e.gold and silver from mines in the Americas (11, 1, 1)

80 Who was the English monarch during the defeat of the Spanish Armada? Question 40 a.King George III b.Elizabeth I c.Henry VII d.Mary I e.Edward VI

81 Who was the English monarch during the defeat of the Spanish Armada? Question 40 b.Elizabeth I (17, 1, 1)

82 The cheaply produced opium that flooded Chinese markets in the mid-eighteenth century was a product of Question 41 a.Java b.Cuba c.India d.Burma e.Egypt

83 The cheaply produced opium that flooded Chinese markets in the mid-eighteenth century was a product of Question 41 c.India (42, 1, 1)

84 In retrospect, the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” knew that he “had committed himself” to shooting an elephant when Question 42 a.he released his pony b.the elephant attacked the rubbish van c.he sent for the elephant rifle d.the Burmese sub-inspector arrived e.the bamboo huts were stormed

85 In retrospect, the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” knew that he “had committed himself” to shooting an elephant when Question 42 c.he sent for the elephant rifle (105, 2, 2)

86 Where in Asia did the French concentrate their intercontinental trading activities during the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries? Question 43 a.Indonesia b.Japan c.China d. India e.Korea

87 Where in Asia did the French concentrate their intercontinental trading activities during the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries? Question 43 d. India (11, 1, 2)

88 Which conflict prompted the subjugation of the Ottoman Empire to France and Great Britain? Question 44 a.Indian Rebellion of 1857 b.Afghan Wars c.Anglo-Burmese Wars d.Crimean War e.Opium War

89 Which conflict prompted the subjugation of the Ottoman Empire to France and Great Britain? Question 44 d.Crimean War (41, 2, 1)

90 Which of the following leaders did the Western powers in NATO see as “identical to Stalin”? Question 45 a.Mao Zedong b.Ho Chi Minh c.Gamal Abdul Nasser d.Jiang Jieshi e.Mohammed Mosaddeq

91 Which of the following leaders did the Western powers in NATO see as “identical to Stalin”? Question 45 a.Mao Zedong (111, 1, 2)


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