Ch 25 APWH

1) Who ruled Java in the early 1600s?
A) the Dutch
B) the Portuguese
C) China
D) the sultans of Mataram
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11) Ram Mohun Roy was a south Asian ________. A) rebel B) reformer C) prince D) merchantB) reformer12) Which of these was victorious at Isandhlwana? A) the British B) the French C) the Zulus D) the BoersC) the zulus13) Which of these were colonies with a small proportion of Europeans? A) settler colonies B) factories C) White Dominions D) tropical dependenciesD) tropical dependencies14) In settlement colonies, ________. A) mineral resources were the main attraction B) native peoples outnumbered Europeans C) Europeans outnumbered local peoples D) Europeans ruled directlyC) Europeans outnumbered local peoples15) Which of these was a White Dominion? A) Kongo B) Java C) Australia D) MexicoC) Australia16) Who was the author of Prester John? A) Robert Clive B) Cecil Rhodes C) John Buchan D) James MillC) John Buchan17) Which nation ruled the Congo in the late 1800s? A) France B) Belgium C) Britain D) PortugalB) Belgium18) The Boers in South Africa were ________ in origin. A) British B) Spanish C) Khoikhoi D) DutchD) Dutch19) The Great Trek brought the Boers into conflict with ________. A) Zulus B) the British C) the Mwene Mutapa D) the YorubaA) Zulus20) Natal was a ________ colony in South Africa. A) Boer B) Portuguese C) British D) FrenchC) British21) Which of these was a Boer Republic? A) Natal B) the Orange Free State C) the Cape Colony D) RhodesiaB) the Orange Free State22) Which of these was found in South Africa in 1867? A) diamonds B) gold C) silver D) platinumA) diamonds23) Which of these men led the British against the Boers in South Africa? A) Charles Cornwallis B) John Buchan C) Robert Clive D) Cecil RhodesD) Cecil Rhodes24) The first Europeans who arrived in New Zealand were ________. A) farmers B) ranchers and merchants C) whalers and timber merchants D) minersC) whalers and timber merchants25) Which of these men reached the Hawaiian Islands in the 1770s, preparing the way for European colonization? A) James Cook B) Cecil Rhodes C) Charles Cornwallis D) Jeremy BenthamA) James Cook26) Map 25.2, "The Stages of Dutch Expansion in Java," illustrates the ________ nature of Dutch colonization on the island. A) rapid B) piecemeal C) partial D) aggressiveB) piecemeal27) Dutch activities on Java in the 1800s were typical of the period, ending in ________. A) the establishment of factories B) a settler colony C) indirect rule D) outright controlD) outright control28) British colonization of south Asia can be characterized as ________. A) gradual and unplanned B) well coordinated C) violent D) the result of British planters' actionsA) gradual and unplanned29) Map 25.3, "The Growth of the British Empire in India," shows that British control of south Asia ________. A) moved from south to north B) began in Bombay and spread from there C) moved roughly from the coasts inland D) followed no patternC) moved roughly from the coasts inland30) Which of these made India vulnerable to British rule? A) religious hostilities B) lack of stable governments C) centuries of political division D) the region's small sizeC) centuries of political divisions31) India played a key role in the British Empire, largely because of its ________. A) geographic position B) mineral resources C) proximity to China D) tea plantationsA) geographic position32) European borrowing from the customs of those they colonized can be characterized as ________ A) minimal B) growing steadily in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries C) especially heavy in the settler colonies D) heavier in the 1700s than in the 1800sD) heavier in the 1700s than in the 1800s33) In "Western Education and the Rise of an African and Asian Middle Class," the authors argue that Western schooling ________ in the European colonies. A) was only for Europeans B) created new dependencies C) was centered on religious education D) had unintended consequencesD) had unintended consequences34) In general, in the 1800s Europeans agreed that ________. A) Europeans should not interfere in local culture B) their culture was superior to those of Asia C) south Asians should rule themselves D) the greatest British contribution to south Asia was infrastructureB) their culture was superior to those of asia35) Industrialization tended to ________ imperialism. A) put an end to B) follow C) encourage D) create new arguments againstC) encouraged36) Which of these groups played little or no role in European imperialism of the 1800s? A) missionaries B) government officials C) farmers D) individual conquerorsD) individual conquerors37) Which of these was a key element in the successful scrambles for Asian and African territory in the late 1800s? A) waves of European diseases that hit these regions B) crumbling states in Asia and Africa C) lack of Asian and African resistance D) Europe's growing technological advantageD) Europes growing technological advantage38) According to Map 25.5, "The Partition of Southeast Asia and the Pacific to 1914," ________ dominated in this region by World War I. A) Britain B) France C) the Dutch D) GermanyA) Britain39) What was exceptional about the battle of Isandhlwana in 1879? A) It took place in Africa. B) It led to high African casualties. C) It was an unusual victory of conventional fighting over European firepower. D) The Zulus had more troops than the British.C) it was an unusual victory of conventional fighting over European firepower40) Which of these played an important role in the distinctive development of tropical dependencies and settlement colonies? A) natural resources B) climate C) distance from Europe D) date of colonizationB) climate41) The idea of white racial superiority ________. A) became most popular when European intervention in other nations peaked B) developed to justify colonization, after the fact C) was the main driving force for the imperialism of the 1800s D) led to greater interaction between Europeans and those they ruledA) became most popular when European intervention in other nations peaked42) Across Africa and Asia, more direct European rule meant also that colonized nations ________. A) became economically dependent on Europe B) developed infrastructure that would make decolonization easier C) experienced impressive growth in literacy D) began to prepare for independenceA) became economically dependent on Europe43) In the table "British Investment Abroad" in "Capitalism and Colonialism," which of these patterns is clear? A) The White Dominions furnished Britain with manufactured goods. B) The United States was the largest market for British manufactures. C) Britain depended on South Africa for textiles. D) Britain primarily imported raw materials and exported manufactured goods.D) Britain primarily imported raw materials and exported manufactured goods44) Colonization in South Africa was unusual in the history of nineteenth-century colonization because it saw ________. A) involved the dispossession of local peoples B) warfare between two European nations C) was spurred by the discovery of mineral resources D) it led to British controlB) warfare between two European nations45) The discovery of diamonds in South Africa in the 1800s ________. A) led to the first hostilities between colonists B) led directly to British-Zulu fighting C) heightened preexisting tension D) brought the British to the regionC) heightened preexisting tension46) In the face of British encroachment, the Maori were ________. A) successful in maintaining their culture B) reduced to a tiny proportion of their original population C) driven to abandon their traditional culture D) aggressive leading to British oppressionA) successful in maintaining their culture47) Which of these summarizes American annexation of Hawaii? A) Hawaii was annexed as a convenient military base. B) Hawaii was colonized and then annexed following a period of territorial rule. C) The U.S. government was pressured into annexation when planters staged a coup. D) War broke out between King Kamehameha and the United States, leading to annexation.C) the US government was pressured into annexation when planters staged a coup48) Looking at Map 25.1, "European Colonial Territories, Before and After 1800," which of these regions saw the greatest changes? A) Asia B) the Americas C) Africa D) the Middle EastB) the Americas49) Which of these long-established patterns is visible in Map 25.4, "The Partition of Africa Between c. 1870 and 1914"? A) Britain controlled most of southern Africa. B) Kenya was tied to the Nile Valley. C) The Sudanic states were able to resist European encroachment. D) Ethiopia usually followed a different path from the rest of the continent.D) Ethiopia usually followed a different path from the rest of the continent50) In the context of European colonization in Africa, conditions like those found in the Belgian Congo were ________. A) typical B) an extreme example C) an anomaly D) ubiquitousB) an extreme example