NJ Final Study Guide
11.1 #2: Ideas of evolution and “survival of the fittest” applied to human societies during the imperialist expansion were known as
11.1 #4: In the late 19th century; industrialized nations wanted to establish colonies in Africa in order to
11.3 #1: What was the main reason for the Crimean war?
Russian refused to pay an export tax leaving by the Ottoman Empire. 11.4 #1: Why was India called the “jewel in the crown”?
It was the most valuable of all of Britain’s colonies
11.5 #4: The United States focused two regions:
The Pacific Islands & Latin America
12.1 #4: The 1900 anti-foreign sentiment in China led to an uprising known as the?
The Boxer Rebellion
12.2 #1: Economically, what enabled Japan to become a colonial power after 1894?
Foreign powers accepted the abolition of extraterritorial rights for their citizens 13.1 #3: What is the most probable link between militarism and imperialism?
A strong military to protect them
13.1 #9: What European region was referred to as the “powder keg” of Europe?
The Balkan Peninsula
13.3 #1: Which of the following was the goal of the Allies’ Gallipoli campaign?
To establish a supply line to Russia
13.3 #5: Which nation’s actions caused the United States to fight in WWI?
Germany – Zimmerman note & unrestricted submarine warfare 13.3 #9: WWI was a “total war” in the sense that?
Nations devoted all their resources
13.4 #1: President Wilson said that his Fourteen Points would provide a framework for?
A just & lasting peace
14.1 #1: Who were the Bolsheviks?
People that would sacrifice on 1 thing for their country
Additional Study Guide Q: What made it possible for European countries to dominate a large area of the globe?
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