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1 Super Quiz™ PowerPoint Test

2 Which physician stationed in Bône, Algeria insisted that quinine be administered at the first signs of malarial fever, in doses of twenty-four to forty grains? Question 1 a.J. Broussais b.Jean André Antonini c.François Clément Maillot d.H. D. Trotter e.T. H. R. Thomson

3 Which physician stationed in Bône, Algeria insisted that quinine be administered at the first signs of malarial fever, in doses of twenty-four to forty grains? Question 1 c.François Clément Maillot (59, 2, 1)

4 Who was the author of Social Evolution (1894)? Question 2 a.Charles Darwin b.Count Gobineau c. Robert Knox d.Rudyard Kipling e.Benjamin Kidd

5 Who was the author of Social Evolution (1894)? Question 2 e.Benjamin Kidd (89, 1, 1)

6 Which of the following trading companies was opened under the ministry of Jean-Baptiste Colbert? Question 3 a.Dutch West India Company b.French West India Company c.British East India Company d.French Company of the East e.Dutch East India Company

7 Which of the following trading companies was opened under the ministry of Jean-Baptiste Colbert? Question 3 b.French West India Company (9, 2, 3)

8 When did a convergence of factors lead to the abolition of the slave trade? Question 4 a.in the early eighteenth century b.in the late eighteenth century c.in the early nineteenth century d.in the late nineteenth century e.in the early twentieth century

9 When did a convergence of factors lead to the abolition of the slave trade? Question 4 c.in the early nineteenth century (36, 1, 2)

10 During the Indian Rebellion, Pandurang and his cousin participated in a major battle near the village of Question 5 a.Khajuri b.Mumbai c.Calcutta d.Goa e.Punjab

11 During the Indian Rebellion, Pandurang and his cousin participated in a major battle near the village of Question 5 a.Khajuri (98, 1, 4)

12 Which of the following groups formalized white supremacy through the system of apartheid? Question 6 a.Berbers b.Xhosa c.Zulu d.Afrikaners e.Harkis

13 Which of the following groups formalized white supremacy through the system of apartheid? Question 6 d.Afrikaners (115, 1, 2)

14 Which naval physician advocated quinine prophylaxis to Europeans in Africa in his Report on the Climate and Principal Diseases of the African Station published in 1846? Question 7 a.Alexander Bryson b.Jean André Antonini c.François Clément Maillot d.H. D. Trotter e.T. H. R. Thomson

15 Which naval physician advocated quinine prophylaxis to Europeans in Africa in his Report on the Climate and Principal Diseases of the African Station published in 1846? Question 7 a.Alexander Bryson (60, 1, 3)

16 In the late nineteenth century, Portugal expanded its West African holdings to include Question 8 a.Angola b.Togo c.Morocco d.Mozambique e.Libya

17 In the late nineteenth century, Portugal expanded its West African holdings to include Question 8 d.Mozambique (82, 2, 1)

18 Ships in typical commercial transactions as a part of the “Atlantic trade triangle” departed from Question 9 a.the Caribbean b.North America c.South America d.Europe e.Africa

19 Ships in typical commercial transactions as a part of the “Atlantic trade triangle” departed from departed from Question 9 d.Europe (10, 2, 3)

20 Which physician was “idolized as a hero of French science” as a result of his pioneering treatments of malaria in Algeria? Question 10 a.J. Broussais b.Jean André Antonini c.François Clément Maillot d.H. D. Trotter e.T. H. R. Thomson

21 Which physician was “idolized as a hero of French science” as a result of his pioneering treatments of malaria in Algeria? Question 10 c.François Clément Maillot (59, 2, 1)

22 The last area in Africa to be colonized was the Question 11 a.West African coast b.Senegambia region c.Niger region in West Central Africa d.South Egypt and the Sudan e.Horn of Africa

23 The last area in Africa to be colonized was the Question 11 e.Horn of Africa (45, 1, 2)

24 In 1889, Italy extended its African holdings to include which colony on the Horn of Africa? Question 12 a.Eritrea b.Togo c.Morocco d.Mozambique e.Libya

25 In 1889, Italy extended its African holdings to include which colony on the Horn of Africa? Question 12 a.Eritrea (82, 2, 1)

26 The Atlantic slave trade reached its peak in the Question 13 a.fifteenth and sixteenth centuries b.sixteenth and seventeenth centuries c.seventeenth and eighteenth centuries d.eighteenth and nineteenth centuries e.nineteenth and twentieth centuries

27 The Atlantic slave trade reached its peak in the Question 13 c.seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (11, 1, 1)

28 Where did the French fight a costly guerrilla war in the 1840s and 1850s? Question 14 a.Natal b.Algeria c.Cairo d.Transvaal e.Alexandria

29 Where did the French fight a costly guerrilla war in the 1840s and 1850s? Question 14 b.Algeria (46, 1, 1)

30 Where did the British clash with millenarian jihadist Mahdist state in 1885? Question 15 a.Algeria b.Sudan c.Swaziland d.British East Africa e.South Africa

31 Where did the British clash with millenarian jihadist Mahdist state in 1885? Question 15 b.Sudan (84, 1, 1)

32 In the 1960s, which political group in Britain supported pro-immigration campaigns that advocated toleration and integration? Question 16 a.Conservative Party b.National Front c.Labour Party d.Neo-Destour party e.Liberal Constitution Party

33 In the 1960s, which political group in Britain supported pro-immigration campaigns that advocated toleration and integration? Question 16 c.Labour Party (117, 1, 3)

34 Which of the following was located on the coastal western frontier of Britain’s Indian Empire? Question 17 a.Afghanistan b.Ceylon c.Sudan d.Burma e.Sind

35 Which of the following was located on the coastal western frontier of Britain’s Indian Empire? Question 17 e.Sind (41, 1,1)

36 Which of the following was known as German South West Africa in the late nineteenth century? Question 18 a.Gabon b.Tanzania c.Namibia d.Cameroon e.Burundi

37 Which of the following was known as German South West Africa in the late nineteenth century? Question 18 c.Namibia (84, 2, 1)

38 A “bullion for goods” system existed between Question 19 a.Australia and Europe b.North America and Africa c.Europe and Asia d.Asia and Africa e.Africa and Europe

39 A “bullion for goods” system existed between Question 19 c.Europe and Asia (11, 1, 1)

40 Which colony did Jean Ribault found in what is now the continental United States? Question 20 a.Pernambuco b.Kanpur c.Hochelaga d.Charlesbourg-Royal e.Charlesfort

41 Which colony did Jean Ribault found in what is now the continental United States? Question 20 e.Charlesfort (15, 1, 1)

42 By 1820, which European power exerted the most influential commercial presence in Southeast Asia in the late eighteenth century? Question 21 a.Dutch b.French c.Spanish d.Portuguese e.British

43 By 1820, which European power exerted the most influential commercial presence in Southeast Asia in the late eighteenth century? Question 21 e.British (42, 1, 1)

44 Which discovery in the 1880s prompted the British encroachment on the Afrikaner republics? Question 22 a.platinum b.diamonds c.tungsten d.gold e.copper

45 Which discovery in the 1880s prompted the British encroachment on the Afrikaner republics? Question 22 d.gold (84, 2, 1)

46 Which war put an end to the “first French colonial empire”? Question 23 a.Anglo-Zulu War b.Boer War c.Franco-Prussian War d.Seven Years War e.Second Opium War

47 Which war put an end to the “first French colonial empire”? Question 23 d.Seven Years War (11, 1, 3)

48 Which of the following modern-day nations is often “touted as an exception to the rule” of being drawn into the European orbit in the nineteenth century? Question 24 a.Thailand b.North Vietnam c.India d.Burma e.South Vietnam

49 Which of the following modern-day nations is often “touted as an exception to the rule” of being drawn into the European orbit in the nineteenth century? Question 24 a.Thailand (43, 1, 1)

50 In 1899 the Afrikaners from the South African Republic (Transvaal) and the Orange Free State declared war on Question 25 a.Italy b.Britain c.Belgium d.France e.Netherlands

51 In 1899 the Afrikaners from the South African Republic (Transvaal) and the Orange Free State declared war on Question 25 b.Britain (85, 1, 1)

52 After their expulsion from Uganda in 1973, thirty thousand refugees “came pouring” into Question 26 a.South Africa b.Egypt c.Kenya d.Britain e.Denmark

53 After their expulsion from Uganda in 1973, thirty thousand refugees “came pouring” into Question 26 d.Britain (117, 2, 1)

54 Jules Ferry considers Pellatan’s anti-barbarism argument to be Question 27 a.“quite convincing” b“a charade” c.“political metaphysics” d.“a justification of slavery” e.“pure frivolity”

55 Jules Ferry considers Pellatan’s anti-barbarism argument to be Question 27 c.“political metaphysics” (48, 1, 2)

56 The British implemented the policies of apartheid to appease the Question 28 a.Afrikaner minorities b.British colonists c.British parliament d.indigenous black Africans e.British military commanders

57 The British implemented the policies of apartheid to appease the Question 28 a.Afrikaner minorities (85, 1, 1)

58 Which inventor of the power loom made an important contribution to Britain’s second industrial revolution? Question 29 a.Carolus Linnaeus b.James Watt c.Richard Arkwright d.Edmund Cartwright e.Ferdinand de Lessups

59 Which inventor of the power loom made an important contribution to Britain’s second industrial revolution? Question 29 d.Edmund Cartwright (12, 1, 1)

60 Which region of Africa served as a focal point for Mungo Park’s exploration? Question 30 a.Angola on the West African coast b.Senegal in the Senegambia region c.the Cape of Good Hope region d.the Niger region in West Central Africa e.the Transvaal

61 Which region of Africa served as a focal point for Mungo Park’s exploration? Question 30 d.the Niger region in West Central Africa (44, 2, caption)

62 Which of the following imperial powers was nicknamed the “Sick Man of Europe”? Question 31 a.Dutch Trading Empire b.British Empire c.Ottoman Empire d.Mughal Empire e.Holy Roman Empire

63 Which of the following imperial powers was nicknamed the “Sick Man of Europe”? Question 31 c.Ottoman Empire (41, 1, 2)

64 How did the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” feel about his job in Burma? Question 32 a.He battled a sense of hatred and loathing for his job. b.He was totally indifferent, but needed the money. c.He felt overworked, but fulfilled. d.He was emboldened by his divided loyalties for the Empire and the Burmese. e.He was full of gratitude and hope.

65 How did the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” feel about his job in Burma? Question 32 a.He battled a sense of hatred and loathing for his job. (103, 2, 3)

66 Which nineteenth-century battle marked the British domination of the seas? Question 33 a.Battle of the Nile b.Battle of Trafalgar c.Battle of Waterloo d.Battle of Adowa e.Battle of Omdurman

67 Which nineteenth-century battle marked the British domination of the seas? Question 33 b.Battle of Trafalgar (12, 1, 2)

68 All of the following men were specifically on a mission to rid India of “Oriental despotism by eradicating barbaric Indian laws and customs” EXCEPT Question 34 a.Edward Gibbon b.Jeremy Bentham c.James Mill d.John Stuart Mill e.Thomas Macaulay

69 All of the following men were specifically on a mission to rid India of “Oriental despotism by eradicating barbaric Indian laws and customs” EXCEPT Question 34 a.Edward Gibbon (39, 1, 1)

70 Which twenty-one year old from Pathardi found himself out of work after the British government took over the estate where his family had worked for generations? Question 35 a.Vishnubhat Godse b.Sita Ram c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare d.Tatya Tope e.Nana Sahib

71 Which twenty-one year old from Pathardi found himself out of work after the British government took over the estate where his family had worked for generations? Question 35 c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare (98, 1, 1)

72 In the 1960s, anti-immigrant proponents often focused their efforts on Question 36 a.integration of temporary workers b.improved working and living conditions of temporary workers c.suspending passport requirements d.eliminating reverse discrimination e.family unification of immigrant families

73 In the 1960s, anti-immigrant proponents often focused their efforts on Question 36 d.eliminating reverse discrimination (118, 1, 2)

74 In the early nineteenth century, what was the “laboratory from which Britain conducted its most ambitious civilizing experiments”? Question 37 a.British Guinea b.Hong Kong c.Canada d.India e.Australia

75 In the early nineteenth century, what was the “laboratory from which Britain conducted its most ambitious civilizing experiments”? Question 37 d.India (39, 1, 1)

76 What was the late nineteenth and early twentieth vision of colonialism? Question 38 a.gently Europeanizing the non-western world b.cynical consolidation of imperial rule c.decolonizing the non-western world d.improving non-westerners within their own culture e.forming partnerships with colonial entities

77 What was the late nineteenth and early twentieth vision of colonialism? Question 38 b.cynical consolidation of imperial rule (88, 1, 1)

78 Pondicherry was a post in India controlled by Question 39 a.France b.Portugal c.Belgium d.Netherlands e.England

79 Pondicherry was a post in India controlled by Question 39 a.France (11, 1, 3)

80 Who attempted a settlement on the John’s River in Florida in 1564? Question 40 a.Nicolas Durand, Chevalier de Villegagnon b.Pierre du Guast, Comte de Monts c.Marquis de la Roche d.Henry Hudson e.René de Laudonnière

81 Who attempted a settlement on the John’s River in Florida in 1564? Question 40 e.René de Laudonnière (16, 1, 1)

82 A sum of money exacted by a victor in war as a condition of peace is a(n) Question 41 a.extraterritoriality b.exclusion c.exploitation d.indemnity e.instrumentality

83 A sum of money exacted by a victor in war as a condition of peace is a(n) Question 41 d.indemnity (42, 1, 1)

84 What makes the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” realize that he will have to shoot the elephant? Question 42 a.smell of blood b.taunts from fellow officers c.expectations of the crowd d.sudden movement of the elephant e.sudden uncontrollable bloodlust

85 What makes the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” realize that he will have to shoot the elephant? Question 42 c.expectations of the crowd (105, 2, 1)

86 Which of the following trading companies took control of Brazil from the Portuguese and retained in until 1661? Question 43 a.Dutch West India Company b.British East India Company c.Dutch East India Company d.General India Company e.Brandenburg Africa Company

87 Which of the following trading companies took control of Brazil from the Portuguese and retained in until 1661? Question 43 a.Dutch West India Company (10, 2, 2)

88 Which countries formed the southern geographic boundaries of the Ottoman Empire in the early nineteenth century? Question 44 a.Algeria b.Persia c.Balkans d.Sudan e.Arabia

89 Which countries formed the southern geographic boundaries of the Ottoman Empire in the early nineteenth century? Question 44 d.Sudan (41, 1, 3)

90 Which 1980 legislation limited immigration and the rights of immigrants in France? Question 45 a.Stop Racism b.Bonnet Law c.Act of Union d.Act in Restraint of Appeals e.Doctrine of Lapse

91 Which 1980 legislation limited immigration and the rights of immigrants in France? Question 45 b.Bonnet Law (118, 1, 3)


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