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Grade 7 New Imperialism
What was added to Victoria's list of titles in 1876?
  1. Empress of India
  2. Queen of Ireland
  3. Monarch of Canada
  4. Duchess of Australia
Grade 7 New Imperialism
Victoria was the last monarch in what house?
  1. Windsor
  2. Hanover
  3. Tudor
  4. Stuart
Grade 7 New Imperialism
Which nation colonized both India and South Africa
  1. Great Britain
  2. France
  3. Germany
  4. United States
Grade 7 New Imperialism
Grade 10 New Imperialism
At the                           , European countries met to decide how they would divide up Africa.
  1. Austrian Sessions
  2. Berlin Conference
  3. Meeting of Versailles
  4. African Counsel Conference
Grade 9 New Imperialism
Which of the following were reasons for imperialism?
  1. "White man's burden"
  2. Economic motive
  3. Nationalism
  4. All of the above are correct
Grade 9 New Imperialism
Grade 9 New Imperialism
Grade 9 New Imperialism
Grade 10 New Imperialism
How did Social Darwinism affect the spread of European imperialism?
  1. It decreased because Europeans felt their Christian beliefs would be against imperialism.
  2. It increased because Europeans wanted raw materials and markets for their products.
  3. It increased due to the belief that superior groups could dominate inferior ones.
Grade 11 New Imperialism
Grade 10 New Imperialism
Why did the British government consider control of Egypt critical to the British Empire?
  1. It meant control of valuable historical landmarks.
  2. It meant control of the Nile River in order to extend into the African interior.
  3. It meant control of the Suez Canal in order to have quicker access to colonies in the empire.
Grade 8 New Imperialism
What was the main goal of the Boxer Rebellion?
  1. To make boxing the national sport of China.
  2. To expel all foreigners from China.
  3. To ensure China was the main producer of boxes for the world.
  4. There was no Boxer Rebellion. It was a hoax.
Grade 10 New Imperialism
Why was the location of the Suez Canal most important to the British during this era?
  1. The canal gave them quicker access to colonies in Africa and Asia.
  2. The canal brought them money to acquire resources from Africa.
  3. The canal kept Middle Eastern nations from declaring war on Britain.
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