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  1. 1. 2/5/13 Japanese Militarization - Free Multiple-Choice Practice Test Japan – The Meiji Restoration, Japanese Imperialism, and the Build-up to World War II in Asia 1. The _____ family ruled Japan from 1603 until 1868. Edo Meiji Qing Tokugawa 2. The time period of the Tokugawa shogunate (1603-1868) is also known as the _____. Age of Imperialism Edo period Meiji Restoration Way of the Warrior 3. The Japanese emperor is the _____. daimyo mikado ronin shogun 4. After 1635, all but which of the following countries was allowed to trade at Nagasaki a few times per year? China Great Britain Korea Netherlands 5. _____ was the “way of the warrior,” a chivalric code followed by samurai. Bushido Daimyo Meiji Mikado 6. Samurai without masters were known as _____. daimyo ninja ronin shogun 7. A _____ was a warrior trained to use unorthodox fighting methods. mikado ninja ronin shogunwww.studenthandouts.com/Games-04/Japan-The-Meiji-Restoration-Japanese-Imperialism-and-the-Build-up-to-World-War-II-in-Asia-MC.html 1/5
  2. 2. 2/5/13 Japanese Militarization - Free Multiple-Choice Practice Test 8. What American naval officer famously used gunboat diplomacy in trade negotiations with Japan during the 1850s? Daniel Boone Matthew Perry Townsend Harris William Sherman 9. What United States Consul General to Japan secured a commercial treaty between the U.S. and Japan in 1858? Frederick Douglass Matthew Perry Townsend Harris Ulysses S. Grant 10. Which of the following statements is not true of Japan during the Edo period? Growing internal trade Japan sent trading missions throughout Asia Merchants began to surpass the samurai in wealth Religion was a mixture of native Shintoism and Chinese Confucianism 11. The Japanese referred to Western knowledge as _____. bushido Confucianism Dutch learning Shinto 12. In the late 19th century, Japanese leaders felt that they would be in a better position to renegotiate trade treaties, and be less likely to be imposed upon, if they adopted Western ways (democracy, imperialism, industrialization, militarization, and modernization). True False 13. The reign of Emperor Mutsuhito was known as the _____. Edo Meiji Shinto Tokugawa 14. What is the name of Japan’s bicameral legislature, which first convened in 1889? Congress Convention Diet Parliament 15. Japan adopted its currency, the _____, in 1872.www.studenthandouts.com/Games-04/Japan-The-Meiji-Restoration-Japanese-Imperialism-and-the-Build-up-to-World-War-II-in-Asia-MC.html 2/5
  3. 3. 2/5/13 Japanese Militarization - Free Multiple-Choice Practice Test dollar peso pound yen 16. What were large Japanese conglomerates called? daimyo shogunates yens zaibatsu 17. During the Meiji Restoration, the Japanese used the military of what country as the primary model for its own military? France Germany Great Britain Netherlands 18. Which of the following was not a reason for the imperialization of Japan? Desire to send out Shinto missionaries Lack of fertile land for agriculture Need for the raw materials of industry Response to Western imperialism 19. Which of the following was not gained by Japan as a result of the First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895)? Control of Hong Kong Formosa (Taiwan) Liaotung peninsula in Manchuria Sphere of influence in Korea 20. What war marked the first defeat of a major European country by an Asian country? Russo-Japanese War Seven Years’ War Sino-Japanese War World War I 21. Following World War I, Japan received _____’s mandates over Asian islands and its leases in the Shantung peninsula. Austria Germany Italy Russia 22. The _____ (1922) placed size limits on navies, granting Japan three ships for every five American or British ships.www.studenthandouts.com/Games-04/Japan-The-Meiji-Restoration-Japanese-Imperialism-and-the-Build-up-to-World-War-II-in-Asia-MC.html 3/5
  4. 4. 2/5/13 Japanese Militarization - Free Multiple-Choice Practice Test Four Power Pact Meiji Constitution Nine Power Treaty Washington Conference 23. The _____ between France, Great Britain, Japan, and the United States was a pledge that one another’s colonial possessions would be respected. Four Power Pact Nazi-Soviet Pact Nine Power Treaty Portsmouth Treaty 24. The _____ was sent to China by the League of Nations to investigate the 1931 Japanese conquest of Manchuria. Japanese emperor Lytton Commission Perry fleet Washington Conference 25. Under the _____, the United States refused to recognize any of Japan’s actions in Manchuria during the 1930s. Lytton Commission Monroe Doctrine Platt Amendment Stimson Doctrine 26. What was the Japanese name for Manchuria during the 1930s and early 1940s? Manchu peninsula Manchukuo Manchuria 2.0 New Japan 27. The Second Sino-Japanese War began in _____. 1935 1936 1937 1938 28. Japan joined the _____ in 1940. Allied Powers Axis Powers British Empire League of Nations Calculate Score Close Quiz Submit Resultswww.studenthandouts.com/Games-04/Japan-The-Meiji-Restoration-Japanese-Imperialism-and-the-Build-up-to-World-War-II-in-Asia-MC.html 4/5
  5. 5. 2/5/13 Japanese Militarization - Free Multiple-Choice Practice Test Click me to change the background color! Top GPS Fleet Tracking www.Sage-Quest.com Increase Fleet Productivity Get a Free Demonstrationwww.studenthandouts.com/Games-04/Japan-The-Meiji-Restoration-Japanese-Imperialism-and-the-Build-up-to-World-War-II-in-Asia-MC.html 5/5