Britain Allows Colonies to Self-Rule (1857-1922)


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Which of the following was NOT a dominion by 1914?

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1. In the British mind, Ireland was as much a part of Britain as _____ .

2. What best describes the population makeup of those regions given dominion status?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

With this quiz/worksheet you'll be assessed on your knowledge of self-rule in British colonies. Prepare to be examined on British dominions, the relationship between Ireland and Britain, the Easter Rising, and results of dominion status.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Just know you'll be asked about:

  • Countries that were British dominions by 1914
  • The British view of Ireland
  • Population in regions considered dominions
  • Who the Easter Rising was started against
  • Grants of dominion status

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding examples of British dominions
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the views of the British on the Irish and vice versa
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about dominion population in a different way

Additional Learning

You'll be able to learn even more about Britain's colonies if you view our lesson, Britain Allows Colonies to Self-Rule (1857-1922). Concepts in this lesson will include:

  • The British Empire in 1857
  • Ways the British wanted to avoid the mistake they made with America
  • Irish independence