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  1. Super Quiz™PowerPoint Test 12011-2012

  2. Question 1 The “unprecedented series of external and internal challenges” to the mercantile colonial world began in the late a. fourteenth century b. fifteenth century c. sixteenth century d. seventeenth century e. eighteenth century

  3. Question 1 The “unprecedented series of external and internal challenges” to the mercantile colonial world began in the late • eighteenth century • (34, 1, 1)

  4. Question 2 Who was the German ruler from 1888 to 1918? a. Adolf Hitler b. Kaiser Wilhelm II c. Otto von Bismarck d. Frederick William e. King George III

  5. Question 2 Who was the German ruler from 1888 to 1918? • Kaiser Wilhelm II • (80, 1, 1)

  6. Question 3 Which term is used to describe the history and culture of the Americas in the era preceding the exploration of Christopher Columbus? a. Columbian b. pre-Columbian c. Eurocentric d. expansionism e. colonialism

  7. Question 3 Which term is used to describe the history and culture of the Americas in the era preceding the exploration of Christopher Columbus? b. pre-Columbian (6, 1, 1)

  8. Question 4 In the late eighteenth century, what form did the most significant of the “external challenges” to the mercantile colonial world take? a. religious protests b. independence movements c. parliamentary reform d. economic boycotts e. increased pirateering

  9. Question 4 In the late eighteenth century, what form did the most significant of the “external challenges” to the mercantile colonial world take? b. independence movements (34, 1, 1)

  10. Question 5 Where did the Islamic Malinké ruler stave off French conquest with modern European weaponry? a. Mali b. Sudan c. South Africa d. Cameroon e. Namibia

  11. Question 5 Where did the Islamic Malinké ruler stave off French conquest with modern European weaponry? a. Mali (81, 2, 1)

  12. Question 6 What percentage of the Free French forces during World War II were African conscripts? a. twenty percent b. forty percent c. fifty percent d. eighty percent e. over ninety percent

  13. Question 6 What percentage of the Free French forces during World War II were African conscripts? a. twenty percent (110, 1, 1)

  14. Question 7 Which of the following terms is BEST defined as “the belief in basic sameness of all humans”? a. imperialism b. Colbertism c. Enlightenment universalism d. mercantilism e. Protestant ethic

  15. Question 7 Which of the following terms is BEST defined as “the belief in basic sameness of all humans”? c. Enlightenment universalism (34, 2, 4)

  16. Question 8 Which European country succeeded in the full-scale subjugation of the Congo Free State in the late nineteenth century? a. France b. Britain c. Belgium d. Italy e. Germany

  17. Question 8 Which European country succeeded in the full-scale subjugation of the Congo Free State in the late nineteenth century? c. Belgium (81, 2, 2)

  18. Question 9 The founder of the Ottoman Empire was a. Piet Heyn b. Süleyman c. Pieter DircksznKeyzer d. Selim I e. Osman I

  19. Question 9 The founder of the Ottoman Empire was e. Osman I (7, 1, 1)

  20. Question 10 Which English merchant navigator reopened trade with Russia in 1553? a. Sebastian Cabot b. Richard Hore c. William Hawkins d. John Hawkins e. Hugh Willoughby

  21. Question 10 Which English merchant navigator reopened trade with Russia in 1553? • Hugh Willoughby • (20, 2, 2)

  22. Question 11 Whose “cult of the noble savage” fostered popular sympathy for enslaved Africans? a. John Locke b. Baron Montesquieu c. Denis Diderot d. Jean Jacques Rousseau e. William Wordsworth

  23. Question 11 Whose “cult of the noble savage” fostered popular sympathy for enslaved Africans? d. Jean Jacques Rousseau (34, 1, 3)

  24. Question 12 In the 1880s, France appeased Spain with a small zone of control bordering its northern African protectorate of a. Algeria b. Togo c. Morocco d. Congo e. Libya

  25. Question 12 In the 1880s, France appeased Spain with a small zone of control bordering its northern African protectorate of c. Morocco (81, 2, 3)

  26. Question 13 What was the first capital of the Ming Dynasty? a. Constantinople b. Nanking c. Peking d. Java e. Canton

  27. Question 13 What was the first capital of the Ming Dynasty? b. Nanking (7, 2, 1)

  28. Question 14 Which of the following practices, according to Adam Smith, was riddled with “built-in efficiency and inflexibility”? a. communism b. capitalism c. slavery d. socialism e. primitivism

  29. Question 14 Which of the following practices, according to Adam Smith, was riddled with “built-in efficiency and inflexibility”? c. slavery (35, 2, 2)

  30. Question 15 The Mahdi army defeated the Anglo-Egyptian troops led by a. Charles Gordon b. Matthew Perry c. Mungo Park d. David Livingstone e. Henry Stanley

  31. Question 15 The Mahdi army defeated the Anglo-Egyptian troops led by a. Charles Gordon (84, 1, 1)

  32. Question 16 After World War II, whose call for an independent Muslim nation resulted in the massacres of Hindu and Sikh shopkeepers in northwest British India? a. Harum al-Rashid b. Mehmet Ali c. Mohammed Ali Jinnah d. AbbasAliã e. Mohammed Saïd

  33. Question 16 After World War II, whose call for an independent Muslim nation resulted in the massacres of Hindu and Sikh shopkeepers in northwest British India? c. Mohammed Ali Jinnah (110, 2, 1)

  34. Question 17 In the early 1800s, which nation conducted an aggressive anti-slaving mission on the Atlantic ships carrying slave cargo? a. France b. Denmark c. Britain d. United States e. Netherlands

  35. Question 17 In the early 1800s, which nation conducted an aggressive anti-slaving mission on the Atlantic ships carrying slave cargo? c. Britain (36, 1, 2)

  36. Question 18 Who led British troops in their 1898 victory over the Mahdist state? a. Charles Gordon b. Matthew Perry c. Mungo Park d. Henry Stanley e. Horatio Herbert Kitchener

  37. Question 18 Who led British troops in their 1898 victory over the Mahdist state? e. Horatio Herbert Kitchener (84, 1, 1)

  38. Question 19 In the 1500s, Charles V extended the reach of the Holy Roman Empire to which European country? a. France b. Italy c. Austria d. Netherlands e. Spain

  39. Question 19 In the 1500s, Charles V extended the reach of the Holy Roman Empire to which European country? • Spain • (8, 2, 2)

  40. Question 20 The ability of humans to shape the world around them is called a. assimilation b. instrumentality c. cultural exclusion d. exploitation e. religious acculturation

  41. Question 20 The ability of humans to shape the world around them is called b. instrumentality (37, 2, 1)

  42. Question 21 Which noted English historian expressed a distinct admiration for Islamic civilization? a. Edward Gibbon b. Jeremy Bentham c. James Mill d. John Stuart Mill e. Thomas Macaulay

  43. Question 21 Which noted English historian expressed a distinct admiration for Islamic civilization? a. Edward Gibbon (37, 1, 1)

  44. Question 22 The Ashante in East Africa occupied land that became the British colony of a. Togoland b. Dahomey c. Ghana d. Cameroon e. Ivory Coast

  45. Question 22 The Ashante in East Africa occupied land that became the British colony of c. Ghana (84, 2, 2)

  46. Question 23 In the early seventeenth century, which group gave the VOC the monopoly of trade in Asia? • a. Dutch Long-Distance Companies • b. Dutch West India Company • c. Amsterdam Stock Exchange • d. Heren XVII • e. Dutch States General

  47. Question 23 In the early seventeenth century, which group gave the VOC the monopoly of trade in Asia? e. Dutch States General (9, 1, 1)

  48. Question 24 Which of the following vessels was the imperial yacht on which Empress Eugénie of France entered the Suez Canal in 1869? a. North Star b. Sphinx c. Nellie d. Aigle e. Hugh Lindsay

  49. Question 24 Which of the following vessels was the imperial yacht on which Empress Eugénie of France entered the Suez Canal in 1869? d. Aigle (72, 1, 4)

  50. Question 25 In the late nineteenth century, British merchants organized the Royal Niger Company to protect the commercial interests devoted to which crop? a. opium b. cotton c. palm oil d. sugar e. tobacco