Imperialism in the 19th and 20th Centuries Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why did the United States take action in Cuba, based on the Platt Amendment?

Question 2 2. Which European power held the greatest influence in Indonesia?

Question 3 3. Under Dollar Diplomacy, the U.S. sought to

Question 4 4. Why did the Russian and British militaries engage in the Great Game?

Question 5 5. What role did moral superiority play in motivating New Imperialism?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following was NOT a motivation for New Imperialism?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is TRUE of Europe's New Imperialism during the 19th century?

Question 8 8. Today, many tribes in Africa find themselves at war with one another because many warring factions now find themselves within the same boundaries or cut off from vital natural resources. The dividing of Africa with little to no thought for its people or their customs and traditions happened during the

Question 9 9. Why were thousands of Europeans massacred in China during the Boxer Rebellion in 1900?

Question 10 10. Which European power sent almost a million Europeans into Indonesia?

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Question 11 11. Which of these is not true of the Berlin Conference?

Question 12 12. The sense that America's military and economic influence continually started to creep more and more into the Western Hemisphere was called

Question 13 13. Based on the 1904 Roosevelt Corollary, which of the following would NOT result in US military action in case a European state attacked?

Question 14 14. Which explorer sparked Europe's late 19th century scramble for African colonization?

Question 15 15. The desire to colonize other areas of the world because of economic motivations, national rivalries, and a sense of moral superiority around the turn of the 20th century was called

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Question 16 16. Why did the British and the French allied with the Ottoman Empire against the Russians during the Crimean war?

Question 17 17. Under the guidelines of the Berlin Conference, what rivers were to remain neutral and open to trade shipments?

Question 18 18. The Treaty of San Stefano gave much of the Ottoman Empire's land to the

Question 19 19. China's attempt to rid its land of Western imperialist countries came during the

Question 20 20. Why did Europe engage in new imperialism in Asia during the 19th century?

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Question 21 21. What was the conflict behind the Russo-Japanese War in 1904?

Question 22 22. The Great Game saw which two countries battling for control of areas like Afghanistan, Iran, and India?

Question 23 23. Much of America's influence over the Western hemisphere primarily came through the use of

Question 24 24. Under the guidelines of the Berlin Conference, which rivers were to remain neutral and open to trade shipments?

Question 25 25. What treaty greatly reduced the lands granted to Russia by the Ottoman Empire?

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Question 26 26. Russia's enjoyment of the lands granted to it by the Treaty of San Stefano was short lived due to which other treaty?

Question 27 27. Which of these men is most closely linked to Dollar Diplomacy?

Question 28 28. The Treaty of San Stefano gave much of the Ottoman Empire's land to the

Question 29 29. The decision that made it acceptable for one European nation to claim-jump another European nation's African claims if they were not fully exploiting the land was called the

Question 30 30. The Russo-Turkish War of the late 19th century pitted Russia against the _____.

Imperialism in the 19th and 20th Centuries Chapter Exam Instructions

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