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Title: Who Wants to be a World History Millionaire? ($200 Round) The New Imperialism


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Who Wants to be a World History
Millionaire?(200 Round)The New Imperialism
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All were aspects of the New Imperialism EXCEPT
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All were aspects of the New Imperialism EXCEPT
  • A New technologies gave Western powers an
    unprecedented ability to dominate much of the
    globe
  • B Social Darwinist theory was used to justify
    Western dominance of inferior peoples
  • C Europeans established new colonies in the
    Americans
  • D It began in the late 19th century

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All were aspects of the New Imperialism EXCEPT
  • A A
  • B B
  • C Europeans established new colonies in the
    Americas
  • D D

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The fact that some nations sought out colonies
for colonies sake suggests there was a strong
___________ component to the New Imperialism
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The fact that some nations sought out colonies
for colonies sake suggests there was a strong
___________ component to the New Imperialism
  • A nationalist
  • B mercantilist
  • C capitalist
  • D industrialist

8
The fact that some nations sought out colonies
for colonies sake suggests there was a strong
___________ component to the New Imperialism
  • A nationalist
  • B B
  • C C
  • D D

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An economic motive behind the New Imperialism was
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An economic motive behind the New Imperialism was
  • A a desire to bring industrial technologies to
    the developing world
  • B the need to import new manpower to work in
    European factories
  • C to import fine finished goods like porcelain
    from China
  • D a need for new markets for European goods and
    sources of raw materials

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An economic motive behind the New Imperialism was
  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D a need for new markets for European goods and
    sources of raw materials

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14
The Berlin Conference was held in 1885 in order to
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The Berlin Conference was held in 1885 in order to
  • A prevent war between France and Germany
  • B divide Africa among various European powers
  • C create a European economic union
  • D form an alliance system that would lead to
    World War I

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The Berlin Conference was held in 1885 in order to
  • A A
  • B divide Africa among various European powers
  • C C
  • D D

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18
By 1900, the only two African countries that
remained independent of European colonial rule
were
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By 1900, the only two African countries that
remained independent of European colonial rule
were
  • A Ethiopia and Liberia
  • B Libya and Eritrea
  • C Kenya and Mozambique
  • D Madagascar and Egypt

20
By 1900, the only two African countries that
remained independent of European colonial rule
were
  • A Ethiopia and Liberia
  • B B
  • C C
  • D D

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By the 1820s, the British had developed a
massive trade deficit with China because
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By the 1820s, the British had developed a
massive trade deficit with China because
  • A the Chinese would only take gold in exchange
    for finished goods
  • B imports of Chinese tea to Britain exceeded
    British exports of raw materials to China
  • C the British had nothing to trade with China
    that the Chinese wanted
  • D China taxed its exports at a very high rate

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By the 1820s, the British had developed a
massive trade deficit with China because
  • A A
  • B B
  • C the British had nothing to trade with China
    that the Chinese wanted
  • D D

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The British grew a powerful strain of opium in
their colony of ________ that they used to
exchange for Chinese tea, porcelain, and silk
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The British grew a powerful strain of opium in
their colony of ________ that they used to
exchange for Chinese tea, porcelain, and silk
  • A Sri Lanka
  • B Afghanistan
  • C Malaysia
  • D India

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The British grew a powerful strain of opium in
their colony of ________ that they used to
exchange for Chinese tea, porcelain, and silk
  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D India

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According to the Treaty of Nanjing signed by
Britain and China in 1842, China had to agree to
all of the following conditions EXCEPT
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According to the Treaty of Nanjing signed by
Britain and China in 1842, China had to agree to
all of the following conditions EXCEPT
  • A give extraterritorial status to British
    citizens in China
  • B pay for the full cost of the opium China
    destroyed
  • C open new ports to foreign trade
  • D lease the island of Taiwan to Britain

32
According to the Treaty of Nanjing signed by
Britain and China in 1842, China had to agree to
all of the following conditions EXCEPT
  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D lease the island of Taiwan to Britain

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A technological advantage held by the British
during the Opium Wars was
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A technological advantage held by the British
during the Opium Wars was
  • A Shallow draft steamships that could travel up
    Chinese rivers
  • B gattling guns that they used against Chinese
    infantry
  • C rocket launchers used to set Chinese cities on
    fire
  • D poison gas used against civilian populations

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A technological advantage held by the British
during the Opium Wars was
  • A Shallow draft steamships that could travel up
    Chinese rivers
  • B B
  • C C
  • D D

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Years of interference by foreign powers in China
during the 19th and early 20th centuries led
directly to the overthrow of the ________ Dynasty
and the establishment of the first Chinese
________in 1912
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Years of interference by foreign powers in China
during the 19th and early 20th centuries led
directly to the overthrow of the ________ Dynasty
and the establishment of the first Chinese
________in 1912
  • A Zhou, dictatorship
  • B Ming, parliament
  • C Yuan, democracy
  • D Qing, Republic

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Years of interference by foreign powers in China
during the 19th and early 20th centuries led
directly to the overthrow of the ________ Dynasty
and the establishment of the first Chinese
________in 1912
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D Qing, Republic

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Which country was the most important factor in
forcing Japan to open up trade with the outside
world?
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Which country was the most important factor in
forcing Japan to open up trade with the outside
world?
  • A Russia
  • B France
  • C Britain
  • D United States

44
Which country was the most important factor in
forcing Japan to open up trade with the outside
world?
  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D United States

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All were aspects of Japans modernization program
after 1868 EXCEPT
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All were aspects of Japans modernization program
after 1868 EXCEPT
  • A abolition of the feudal system
  • B adoption of a Western-style democratic
    government
  • C construction of a modern army and navy
  • D A program of government-sponsored
    industrialization

48
All were aspects of Japans modernization program
after 1868 EXCEPT
  • A A
  • B adoption of a Western-style democratic
    government
  • C C
  • D D

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Japans victory over Russia in the Russo-Japanese
War of 1905 was important because
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Japans victory over Russia in the Russo-Japanese
War of 1905 was important because
  • A Japan proved that Russia was weak and
    therefore planned to attack the city of Moscow
  • B the U.S. intervened on the side of Russia and
    helped to stop Japanese advances into China
  • C Japan took control of most of Siberia
  • D it was the first time in the modern era that
    an Asian power had defeated a European one

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Japans victory over Russia in the Russo-Japanese
War of 1905 was important because
  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D it was the first time in the modern era that
    an Asian power had defeated a European one

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By the early 20th century, Japan had gained
imperial control over which of its neighbors?
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By the early 20th century, Japan had gained
imperial control over which of its neighbors?
  • A China and Taiwan
  • B Malaysia and Burma
  • C Manchuria and the Philippines
  • D Korea and Taiwan

56
By the early 20th century, Japan had gained
imperial control over which of its neighbors?
  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D Korea and Taiwan

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