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  • 1. VOCAB GAMEA B C D EF G H I JK L M N OP Q R S TU V W X YZ ₤ ¥ Ω ♫‫ﭿ‬ ҝ ‫אּ‬ ‫ﷲ‬ ‫ﯔ‬
  • 2. A) The belief that one race is superior to another • Segregation • Racism • Realpolitik • Kulterkampf • None of the above
  • 3. A) The belief that one race is superior to another • Segregation • Racism • Realpolitik • Kulterkampf • None of the above Back to Main
  • 4. B) A great pride in a person’s homeland A) Realpolitik B) Imperialism C) Annexation D) Indemnity E) Nationalism
  • 5. B) A great pride in a person’s homeland • Realpolitik • Imperialism • Annexation • Indemnity • Nationalism Back to Main
  • 6. C) The separation of humans based on differencesA) SegregationB) GenocideC) SecessionD) PaternalismE) Assimilation
  • 7. C) The separation of humans based on differences• Segregation• Genocide• Secession• Paternalism• Assimilation Back to Main
  • 8. D) The belief that the strongercompanies will naturally beat the weaker companiesA) SegregationB) RealpolitikC) PaternalismD) Social DarwanismE) Assimilation
  • 9. D) The belief that the strongercompanies will naturally beat the weaker companies• Segregation• Realpolitik• Paternalism• Social Darwanism• Assimilation Back to Main
  • 10. E) The chancellor of Germany who used Realpolitik and nationalism in order to unite Germany• Muhammad Ahmad• Giuseppe Garibaldi• Otto Von Bismarck• Kaiser• Menelik II
  • 11. E) The chancellor of Germany who used Realpolitik and nationalism in order to unite Germany• Muhammad Ahmad• Giuseppe Garibaldi• Otto Von Bismarck• Kaiser• Menelik II Back to Main
  • 12. F) European boundaries in Africa can be best described as:• Ancient• Geological locations• Unnaturally imposed• Traditionally established Back to Main
  • 13. F) European boundaries in Africa can be best described as:• Ancient• Geological locations• Unnaturally imposed• Traditionally established Back to Main
  • 14. G) A country or regiongoverned internally by a foreign power• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere of Influence• Paternalism
  • 15. G) A country or regiongoverned internally by a foreign power• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere of Influence• Paternalism Back to Main
  • 16. H) Which of the following is NOT true regarding why it became easier for Europeans to explore the inner parts of Africa?A) Steamboats to travel up riversB) “Maxim” machine gun to fight large groups of African warriorsC) Cure for Malaria decreased fear of traveling into dense jungle.D) Airplane to fly into inner Africa.E) All are correct Back to Main
  • 17. H) Which of the following is NOT true regarding why it became easier for Europeans to explore the inner parts of Africa?• Steamboats to travel up rivers• “Maxim” machine gun to fight large groups of African warriors• Cure for Malaria decreased fear of traveling into dense jungle.• Airplane to fly into inner Africa. (NOT invented yet)• All are correct Back to Main
  • 18. I) When an imperial power treats the native people like children who need guidance?A) ProtectorateB) PaternalismC) MaternalismD) GenocideE) Sphere of Influence
  • 19. I) When an imperial power treats the native people like children who need guidance?• Protectorate• Paternalism• Maternalism• Genocide• Sphere of Influence Back to Main
  • 20. J) I was Emperor of Ethiopia, one of only two nations in Africa that successfully resisted European Imperialism.A) Boer IVB) Menelik IIC) Leopold IID) Zulu XE) Nehanda
  • 21. J) I was Emperor of Ethiopia, one of only two nations in Africa that successfully resisted European Imperialism.A) Boer IV – Mr P made the name upB) Menelik II – Ethiopian LeaderC) Leopold II – Belgium KingD) Shaka Zulu – South AfricaE) Nehanda – Woman leader in Zimbabwe captured and executed Back to Main
  • 22. K) A country or territory with its owninternal government but under the control of an outside powera) Sphere of Influenceb) Colonyc) Protectorated) Viceroye) Extraterritoriality Back to Main
  • 23. K) A country or territory with its owninternal government but under the control of an outside power• Sphere of Influence• Colony• Protectorate• Viceroy• Extraterritoriality Back to Main
  • 24. L) When a nation takes over other land and makes it part of its nation.For example, the _________ of Hawaii as part of the United States took place in 1898.A) AnnexationB) ConcessionsC) ProbationD) SecessionE) Emancipation
  • 25. L) When a nation takes over other land and makes it part of its nation.For example, the _________ of Hawaii as part of the United States took place in 1898.• Annexation• Concessions• Probation• Secession• Emancipation Back to Main
  • 26. M) Where is Congo & who had imperial control over it? Back to Main
  • 27. M) Belguim had imperial control over Congo Back to Main
  • 28. N) Where is Algeria & who had imperial control over it? Back to Main
  • 29. N) France had imperialcontrol over Algeria. Back to Main
  • 30. A)What European power hadthe beige parts of Africa during Imperialism?a) USAb) Germanyc) Franced) Britaine) Holland
  • 31. • None. These two areas of Africa were the only two to resist European Imperialism. a) USA b) Germany c) France d) Britain e) Holland
  • 32. A) Name these two resistant African areas.
  • 33. • Name these two resistant African areas.Liberia Ethiopia Back to Main
  • 34. P) Where was the most valuable British colony? What was it called?a) Nigeria; “Heart of the Empire”b) India; “Jewel in the Crown”c) Canada; “The Great White North”d) Australia; “Golden Continent”
  • 35. P) Where was the most valuable British colony? What was it called?• Nigeria; “Heart of the Empire”• India; “Jewel in the Crown”• Canada; “The Great White North”• Australia; “Golden Continent” Back to Main
  • 36. 1 6 4 10 2 5 7 3 9 81 -Russia2 Word Bank - France3 - Germany4 - Ottoman Empire5 - Italy6 - Austrian Hungary Empire7 - Alsace Lorraine8 - Serbia9 - Great Britain Back to Main10 - Crimea
  • 37. 1 6 4 10 2 5 7 3 9 81 Great Britain -Russia2 France Word Bank - France3 Italy - Germany4 Germany - Ottoman Empire5 Austrian-Hungary Empire - Italy6 Russia - Austrian Hungary Empire7 Crimea - Alsace Lorraine8 Turkey - Serbia9 Serbia - Great Britain Back to Main10 Alsace Lorraine - Crimea
  • 38. R) The idea that natives will eventually act like and follow the dominant ways of an imperial power.a) Concessionb) Manipulationc) Segregationd) Assimilatione) Stipulation
  • 39. R) The idea that natives will eventually act like and follow the dominant ways of an imperial power.a) Concessionb) Manipulationc) Segregationd) Assimilatione) Stipulation Back to Main
  • 40. S) At first, the British East India Company received the right to trade inIndia from the rulers of the weakening Mughal Empire. Cultural tensions rose between the British and Indians leading to the ____1___ Rebellion.The rebellion was name after the ___1____, who were Indian soldiers that served the British East India Company. The British did NOT want to lose India. India was viewed as being the____2_______ of the British Empire or most valuable British colony. So,British Parliament ended the ruler of the East India Company and put the British government in direct control of India.The ____3____ was the name given to British government rule in India. A British ___4___ was a person who ruled a foreign colony, like India, on behalf of the British Queen. 1=? a) Raj f) Sepoy 2=? b) Boxer g) Taiping c) Viceroy h) Jewel in the Crown 3=? d) Kaiser i) Opium 4=? e) Reich j) Deforestation Back to Main
  • 41. S) At first, the British East India Company received the right to trade inIndia from the rulers of the weakening Mughal Empire. Cultural tensions rose between the British and Indians leading to the ____1___ Rebellion.The rebellion was name after the ___1____, who were Indian soldiers that served the British East India Company. The British did NOT want to lose India. India was viewed as being the____2_______ of the British Empire or most valuable British colony. So,British Parliament ended the ruler of the East India Company and put the British government in direct control of India.The ____3____ was the name given to British government rule in India. A British ___4___ was a person who ruled a foreign colony, like India, on behalf of the British Queen. 1=f a) Raj f) Sepoy 2=h b) Boxer g) Taiping c) Viceroy h) Jewel in the Crown 3=a d) Kaiser i) Opium 4=c e) Reich j) Deforestations Back to Main
  • 42. T) When a nation or group give into another nation or group in order to reach an agreement.a) Segregationb) Stipulationc) Concessionsd) Assimilation
  • 43. T) When a nation or group give into another nation or group in order to reach an agreement.• Segregation• Stipulation• Concessions• Assimilation Back to Main
  • 44. U) The British and Russians persuaded the Persiangovernment to grant special rights to foreign powers.A) SecessionB) RevelationC) ConcessionsD) AssimilationE) Congregation
  • 45. U) The British and Russians persuaded the Persiangovernment to grant special rights to foreign powers.A) SecessionB) RevelationC) ConcessionsD) Assimilation Back to MainE) Congregation
  • 46. U) In 1899, Chinese nationalist movement to kick out “foreign devils” who were pollutingChina with strange European Imperialist ways.A) Open Door PolicyB) Taiping RebellionC) Boxer RebellionD) Opium War
  • 47. U) In 1899, Chinese nationalist movement to kick out “foreign devils” who were pollutingChina with strange European Imperialist ways.• Open Door Policy• Taiping Rebellion• Boxer Rebellion• Opium War
  • 48. V) Which is NOT true about the Opium War?a) British merchants made profits trading opium from India for Chinese tea.b) Many Chinese became addicted to the drugc) Chinese government outlaws Opium, but British claim the right to free trade.d) 1839, war starts and British dominatee) 1842, Britain gets payments and Hong Kong from China
  • 49. V) Which is NOT true about the Opium War?a) British merchants made profits trading opium from India for Chinese tea.b) Many Chinese became addicted to the drugc) Chinese government outlaws Opium, but British claim the right to free trade.d) 1839, war starts and British dominatee) 1842, Britain gets payments and Hong Kong from China • ALL ARE CORRECT! Back to Main
  • 50. W) In 1868, this Asian country became the first to modernize and later became an Imperial power in Asia.
  • 51. W) In 1868, this Asian country became the first to modernize and later became an Imperial power in Asia.a) Japanb) Chinac) Indiad) Philippines Back to Main
  • 52. W) In 1868, this Asian country became the first to modernize and later became an Imperial power in Asia.• Japan• China• India• Philippines Back to Main
  • 53. W) What are the 4 types of Imperialism?1) Colony2) Protectorate3) Sphere of Influence4) Economic Imperialism Back to Main
  • 54. X) Match the words (1-4) with the correct definitions (a-d) Words Definitions1 Protectorate A) Independent but less developed nations controlled by private business interests rather than by other governments.2 Colony B) An area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges3 Sphere of C) A country or a region governed internallyInfluence by a foreign power.4 Economic D) A country or territory with its own internalImperialism government but under the control of an outside power
  • 55. X) Match the words (1-4) with the correct definitions (a-d) Words Definitions1 Protectorate A) Independent but less developed nations controlled by private business interests rather than by other governments.2 Colony B) An area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges3 Sphere of C) A country or a region governed internallyInfluence by a foreign power.4 Economic D) A country or territory with its own internalImperialism 1=D government but under the control of an 2=C outside power 3=B 4=A Back to Main
  • 56. Y) Which of the following is false?• Around 1880, Europeans had only control of 10% of the African continent.• Before European imperial arrival, Africa ethnic groups lived together in peace.• The Boers are South Africans of Dutch descent.
  • 57. Y) Which of the following is false?• Around 1880, Europeans had only control of 10% of the African continent.• Before European imperial arrival, Africa ethnic groups lived together in peace. Back to Main• The Boers are South Africans of Dutch descent.
  • 58. Nationalism & ImperialismA B C D EF G H I JK L M N OP Q R S TU V W X Y
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