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  1. Units 1 – 5 Final Review Crazy Points!

  2. TACOS LICE JAY-Z BURRO JEOPARTY A A A A A B B B B B C C C C C D D D D D E E E E E

  3. Unit 1 - A What two African countries managed to remain independent?

  4. 115 points! What two African countries managed to remain independent? Ethiopia and Liberia Back toGame

  5. Unit 1 - B What was the purpose of the Berlin Conference?

  6. 781 points! What was the purpose of the Berlin Conference? Divide up Africa for Europe Back toGame

  7. Unit 1 - C The period of rule over India from 1757 until 1947 is called the ____.

  8. 1967 points! The period of rule over India from 1757 until 1947 is called the Raj. Back toGame

  9. Unit 1 - D How did European cultures justify imperialism?

  10. 181 points! How did European cultures justify imperialism? They would improve the lives of the conquered Back toGame

  11. Unit 1 - E How did imperialism grow out of industrialization?

  12. 3 points! How did imperialism grow out of industrialization? Need for new markets and raw materials Back toGame

  13. Unit 2 - A What does it mean to say the sun never sets on the British empire?

  14. 1735 points! What does it mean to say the sun never sets on the British empire? So much land, it’s daylight somewhere Back toGame

  15. Unit 2 - B Why was the Suez Canal referred to as the lifeline of the British Empire?

  16. 5977 points! Why was the Suez Canal referred to as the lifeline of the British Empire? Shipping routes to Asia Back toGame

  17. Unit 2 - C Why did the Opium War occur?

  18. 29 points! Why did the Opium War occur? British refusal to stop selling opium to China. Back toGame

  19. Unit 2 - D What did the Open Door Policy do?

  20. 2,594 points! What did the Open Door Policy do? Guarantee equal trading rights in China for the US Back toGame

  21. Unit 5 - E Tell me about Menelik II. How was he different from other African leaders?

  22. 777 points! Tell me about Menelik II. How was he different from other African leaders? He managed to maintain Ethiopia’s independence. Back toGame

  23. Unit 3 - A What was the result of the Sepoy Mutiny in India?

  24. 348 points! What was the result of the Sepoy Mutiny in India? Britain tightened its control over India Back toGame

  25. Unit 3 - B What parts of Africa did Belgium conquer and occupy?

  26. 152 points! What parts of Africa did Belgium conquer and occupy? The Congo Back toGame

  27. Unit 3 - C The Boer War was fought between…

  28. 883 points! The Boer War was fought between… Dutch and British Back toGame

  29. Unit 3 - D Gandhi used nonviolent protest to gain independence for the country of ____.

  30. 3587 points! Gandhi used nonviolent protest to gain independence for the country of India. Back toGame

  31. Unit 3 - E Rudyard Kipling’s peom “___ ____ ____ ___” was used to justify imperialism.

  32. 11 points! Rudyard Kipling’s peom “The White Man’s Burden” was used to justify imperialism. Back toGame

  33. Unit 4 - A Explain Social Darwinism.

  34. 3133 points! Explain Social Darwinism. European’s belief that they’re superior to other nationalities. Back toGame

  35. Unit 4 - B Who built the Suez Canal?

  36. 953 points! Who built the Suez Canal? French and English Back toGame

  37. Unit 4 - C What made Hawaii an attractive asset for the US?

  38. 99 points! What made Hawaii an attractive asset for the US? Rich agriculture Back toGame

  39. Unit 4 - D When a foreign private business controls a territory, that’s called a ___ ___ ___.

  40. 2286 points! When a foreign private business controls a territory, that’s called a sphere of influence. Back toGame

  41. Unit 4 - E Anti-foreign sentiment in China led to the _____ Rebellion.

  42. 1633 points! Anti-foreign sentiment in China led to the Boxer Rebellion. Back toGame

  43. Unit 5 - A Who controlled Nigeria?

  44. 340 points! Who controlled Nigeria? England (Britain, United Kingdom) Back toGame

  45. Unit 5 - B Why did the Chinese government collapse?

  46. 4725 points! Why did the Chinese government collapse? Inability to control foreign influence Back toGame

  47. Unit 5 - C What allowed Japan to quickly become a colonial power?

  48. 6707 points! What allowed Japan to quickly become a colonial power? Industrialization Back toGame

  49. Unit 5 - D A policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate a smaller one.

  50. 322 points! A policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate a smaller one. imperialism Back toGame