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1 Super Quiz™ PowerPoint Test

2 Which European nation dominated Asian trade in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries? Question 1 a.France b.Spain c.Britain d.Portugal e.Netherlands

3 Which European nation dominated Asian trade in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries? Question 1 d.Portugal (39, 2, 2)

4 In “Shooting an Elephant, ” what is the narrator’s tacit motivation in killing the elephant? Question 2 a.to impress his fellow officers b.to avenge the death of the coolie c.to protect the public d.to obey direct orders e.to avoid looking like a fool

5 In “Shooting an Elephant, ” what is the narrator’s tacit motivation in killing the elephant? Question 2 e.to avoid looking like a fool (106, 2, 3)

6 Which of the following terms refers to a fortified Spanish settlement? Question 3 a.Mogul b.ajong c.sultanate d.presidio e.Reconquista

7 Which of the following terms refers to a fortified Spanish settlement? Question 3 d.Presidio (6, 2, 1)

8 British conquest transformed India into a/an Question 4 a.closed system b.client state c.buffer zone d.protectorate e.independent kingdom

9 British conquest transformed India into a/an Question 4 a.closed system (40, 1, 1)

10 What, according to the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant,” prompted the crowd’s perception of the “magical” during the event at the paddy field? Question 5 a.the rifle b.falling rain c.the cries of the mahout d.the dead coolie e.a shooting star

11 What, according to the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant,” prompted the crowd’s perception of the “magical” during the event at the paddy field? Question 5 a.the rifle (105, 1, 1)

12 What term applies to the governmental process of paying for guest workers to return to their homeland? Question 6 a.assimilation b.repatriation c.exclusion d.expropriation e.decolonization

13 What term applies to the governmental process of paying for guest workers to return to their homeland? Question 6 b.repatriation (116, 2, 3)

14 Which of the following was annexed as a buffer zone to protect Britain’s Indian Empire against Russia? Question 7 a.Afghanistan b.Persia c.Punjab d.Burma e.Ceylon

15 Which of the following was annexed as a buffer zone to protect Britain’s Indian Empire against Russia? Question 7 d.Burma (41, 1, 1)

16 The crowd that gathered around the elephant and the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” numbered about Question 8 a.100 b.500 c.900 d.1500 e.2000

17 The crowd that gathered around the elephant and the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” numbered about Question 8 e.2000 (105, 2, 1)

18 The collapse of which of the following empires most directly facilitated the rise of the Ming Dynasty to power? Question 9 a.Persian Empire b.Assyrian Empire c.Roman Empire d.Mogul Empire e.Byzantine Empire

19 The collapse of which of the following empires most directly facilitated the rise of the Ming Dynasty to power? Question 9 d.Mogul Empire (7, 1, 2)

20 Which English monarch initiated the modern usage of the term Britain to denote the union of kingdoms? Question 10 a.Elizabeth I b.James I c.Edgar I d.Henry VIII e.Edward I

21 Which English monarch initiated the modern usage of the term Britain to denote the union of kingdoms? Question 10 b.James I (17, 2, 2)

22 Which of the following did the British Empire conquer through military conquest and direct rule? Question 11 a.Dutch Trading Empire b.Qing Dynasty c.Ottoman Empire d.India e.Byzantium

23 Which of the following did the British Empire conquer through military conquest and direct rule? Question 11 d.India (41, 1, 2)

24 The primary handler and driver of the elephant in “Shooting an Elephant” is referred to as a/an Question 12 a.raj b.nawab c.bey d.mahout e.sepoy

25 The primary handler and driver of the elephant in “Shooting an Elephant” is referred to as a/an Question 12 d.mahout (104, 2, 1)

26 Which group of high-ranking civil servants in China launched the maritime expeditions that visited large parts of Asia and explored Africa? Question 13 a.mandarins b.Moguls c.eunuchs d.nawabs e.beys

27 Which group of high-ranking civil servants in China launched the maritime expeditions that visited large parts of Asia and explored Africa? Question 13 c.eunuchs (81, 1, 1)

28 Which nineteenth-century Ottoman sultan instituted the reforms of the Tanzimat? Question 14 a.Süleyman b.Selim I c.Osman I d.Mahmud II e.John Bull

29 Which nineteenth-century Ottoman sultan instituted the reforms of the Tanzimat? Question 14 d.Mahmud II (41, 1, 3)

30 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” reacts to those in Burmese prisons by feeling Question 15 a.a “prostrate” obeisance before a great power b.like an “evil-spirited” beast c.like a purveyor of “hope and sunlight” d.“an intolerable sense of guilt” e.a “nimble” and “hideous” hatred

31 The narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” reacts to those in Burmese prisons by feeling Question 15 d.“an intolerable sense of guilt” (103, 2, 3)

32 Which Conservative Party leader predicted rivers “foaming with blood” if Asian immigration to Britain continued unabated? Question 16 a.Winston Churchill b.Anthony Eden c.Enoch Powell d.Buchi Emecheta e.Margaret Thatcher

33 Which Conservative Party leader predicted rivers “foaming with blood” if Asian immigration to Britain continued unabated? Question 16 c.Enoch Powell (117, 1, 2)

34 Which of the following confers certain judicial exemptions to the occupiers or visitors to a country? Question 17 a.annexation b.buffering c.protectorate status d.extraterritoriality e.indemnity

35 Which of the following confers certain judicial exemptions to the occupiers or visitors to a country? Question 17 d.extraterritoriality (41, 2, 2)

36 Edmund Morel was by profession a Question 18 a.physician b.businessman c.solicitor d.journalist e.professor

37 Edmund Morel was by profession a Question 18 d.journalist (101, 1, 3)

38 Which historian described Europe’s choice in the late 1400s as either one of concentrating on America or profiting from Asian trade routes? Question 19 a.Geoffrey de Monmouth b.Adam Smith c.K. M. Panikkar d.Fernand Braudel e.H. L. Wesseling

39 Which historian described Europe’s choice in the late 1400s as either one of concentrating on America or profiting from Asian trade routes? Question 19 d.Fernand Braudel (8, 2, 3)

40 Which European power exerted the most influence in Southeast Asia in the late eighteenth century? Question 20 a.Dutch b.French c.Spanish d.Portuguese e.British

41 Which European power exerted the most influence in Southeast Asia in the late eighteenth century? Question 20 a.Dutch (43, 1, 1)

42 Which port did the Treaty of Nanjing cede to Britain? Question 21 a.Hong Kong b.Bombay c.Canton d.Batvia e.Bengal

43 Which port did the Treaty of Nanjing cede to Britain? Question 21 a.Hong Kong (42, 1, 1)

44 Which British monarch abolished the rule of the East India Company on the Indian subcontinent? Question 22 a.George I b.George III c.Elizabeth II d.Victoria e.George VI

45 Which British monarch abolished the rule of the East India Company on the Indian subcontinent? Question 22 d.Victoria (97, 2, chart)

46 The English gained control of Manhattan as a result of which 1667 agreement? Question 23 a.Treaty of Paris b.Treaty of London c.Treaty of Tordesillas d.Berlin Conference e.Peace of Breda

47 The English gained control of Manhattan as a result of which 1667 agreement? Question 23 e.Peace of Breda (10, 2, 2)

48 The nation of Siam is now known as Question 24 a.Haiti b.Myanmar c.Thailand d.Taiwan e.Iran

49 The nation of Siam is now known as Question 24 c.Thailand (43, 1, 3)

50 Who issued the 1857 proclamation for all Indians to join the rebellion? Question 25 a.Bahadur Shah b.Nana Sahib c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare d.Tatya Tope e.Mangal Pandey

51 Who issued the 1857 proclamation for all Indians to join the rebellion? Question 25 b.Nana Sahib (97, chart)

52 Idi Amin was the dictator of Question 26 a.Kenya b.Nigeria c.Uganda d.South Africa e.Tunisia

53 Idi Amin was the dictator of Question 26 c.Uganda (117, 2, 1)

54 Where was David Livingstone thought to be missing? Question 27 a.along the West African coast b.in the Senegambia region c.in Cape of Good Hope region d.in the Central Congo e.the Transvaal

55 Where was David Livingstone thought to be missing? Question 27 d.in the Central Congo (45, 2, 2)

56 Sita Ram’s narrative is unique from other narratives of the Indian Rebellion because of his Question 28 a.use of first-person b.loyalty to the British c.perspective as a spy d.participation in the rebel army e.devotion to Indian self-rule

57 Sita Ram’s narrative is unique from other narratives of the Indian Rebellion because of his Question 28 b.loyalty to the British (99, 2, 2)

58 What was the population of British North America in the middle of the eighteenth century? Question 29 a.about 125,000 b.about 400,000 c.about a million and a half d.about two and a half million e.about four million

59 What was the population of British North America in the middle of the eighteenth century? Question 29 c.about a million and a half (27, 1, 2)

60 Who was the English monarch at the time of the Columbian encounter? Question 30 a.King George III b.Henry VII c.Henry VIII d.Mary I e.Edward VI

61 Who was the English monarch at the time of the Columbian encounter? Question 30 b.Henry VII (17, 1,1)

62 The Battle of Isandlwana was a major encounter in the Question 31 a.Anglo-Zulu War b.Afghan Wars c.Anglo-Burmese d.Crimean War e.Opium Wars

63 The Battle of Isandlwana was a major encounter in the Question 31 a.Anglo-Zulu War (46, 1, 3)

64 Where was the April 1858 attack that Vishnubhat Godse describes in his narrative? Question 32 a.Jhansi b.Sagar c.Khajuri d.Delhi e.Barva

65 Where was the April 1858 attack that Vishnubhat Godse describes in his narrative? Question 32 a.Jhansi (99, 1, 2)

66 In the nineteenth century, what was the “jewel in the crown” of British imperial dominion? Question 33 a.United States b.West Indies c.China d.Japan e.India

67 In the nineteenth century, what was the “jewel in the crown” of British imperial dominion? Question 33 e.India (23, 1, 2)

68 What was the setting of Juilan Duvivier’s Pépé-le Moko? Question 34 a.Senegal b.Algeria c.Tunisia d.Morocco e.Cambodia

69 What was the setting of Juilan Duvivier’s Pépé-le Moko? Question 34 b.Algeria (52, 1, 2)

70 The battle between British and rebel forces at Khajuri took place in modern Question 35 a.Myanmar b.Bangladesh c.Afghanistan d.Pakistan e.Nepal

71 The battle between British and rebel forces at Khajuri took place in modern Question 35 d.Pakistan (98, 1, 3)

72 The Bonnet Law was passed by the Question 36 a.British House of Commons b.British House of Lords c.French National Assembly d.German Bundestag e.Swedish Riksdag

73 The Bonnet Law was passed by the Question 36 c.French National Assembly (118, 1, 3)

74 Which young writer chronicled the starvation in the Kabyle Mountains of Algeria? Question 37 a.Albert Camus b.Thomas Rowlands c.William Wordsworth d.Joseph Conrad e.Henry Stanley

75 Which young writer chronicled the starvation in the Kabyle Mountains of Algeria? Question 37 a.Albert Camus (53, 1, 3)

76 Which of the following was the first to occur? Question 38 a.Oudh annexation b.Dalhousie appointed Governor General c.introduction of greased rifle cartridges d.parliamentary debate on the cartridge issue e.repeal of the Doctrine of Lapse

77 Which of the following was the first to occur? Question 38 b.Dalhousie appointed Governor General (95, 2, 3) (97, 2, 3)

78 The author of A Discourse of a Discoverie for a New Passage to Cataia was Question 39 a.John Gilbert b.John Davis c.Humphrey Gilbert d.Walter Raleigh e.George Peckham

79 The author of A Discourse of a Discoverie for a New Passage to Cataia was Question 39 c.Humphrey Gilbert (21, 2, 2)

80 The press in which country initiated a vociferous “hands off Tunisia” campaign in 1938? Question 40 a.Britain b.France c.Italy d.Germany e.Russia

81 The press in which country initiated a vociferous “hands off Tunisia” campaign in 1938? Question 40 b.France (54, 1, 5)

82 Richard and John Lander began their exploration of the Niger River at Question 41 a.Oil River b.Bight of Benin c.Bussa Rapids d.Lagos e.Port Harcourt

83 Richard and John Lander began their exploration of the Niger River at Question 41 d.Lagos (56, 2, 4)

84 According to Godse’s 1884 tale, the Damdamcantonment in Northern India was located four kosa from Question 42 a.Uttar Pradesh b.Mumbai c.Calcutta d.Goa e.Punjab

85 According to Godse’s 1884 tale, the Damdamcantonment in Northern India was located four kosa from Question 42 c.Calcutta (96, 1, 2)

86 The Levant Company was a joint stock company focusing on trade with Question 43 a.Africa b.Russia c.the Baltic d.the Mediterranean and Middle East e.India and China

87 The Levant Company was a joint stock company focusing on trade with Question 43 d.the Mediterranean and Middle East (20, 2, 2)

88 Who led the expedition of the African Inland Commercial Company in the 1830s? Question 44 a.James Tuckey b.Macgregor Laird c.William Laird d.Richard Lander e.John Lander

89 Who led the expedition of the African Inland Commercial Company in the 1830s? Question 44 d.Richard Lander (56, 2, 5)

90 Which twentieth century woman author is known for novels inspired by her emigration from Nigeria to England? Question 45 a.Niki de Saint Phalle b.György Ligeti c.Karlheinz Stockhausen d.Louise Bourgeois e.Buchi Emecheta

91 Which twentieth century woman author is known for novels inspired by her emigration from Nigeria to England? Question 45 e.Buchi Emecheta (108, 1, 1)


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