History MultipleChoice

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__________ is extreme patriotism, where the love for one's nation is transformed into hatred for another nation and the desire to destroy the people from that other nation.

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Kulturkampf __________.

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Max Planck, Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr all made major contributions in __________.

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__________ was a partnership among banks in which they regulated the movement of capital and interest rates by mutual agreement.

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Which colony did the British regard as its most important?

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6 of 40

__________, who was a member of the Russian nobility, became the leading anarchist spokesman in Europe.

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__________, who was supported by people (with money) who wanted a weaker parliamentary system, attempted to seize the French government in 1889.

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8 of 40

Which of the following demonstrates the geopolitical importance of Egypt to the British?

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Bismarck's major goal before 1890 was __________.

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10 of 40

The term "birth control" was first used by __________.

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__________ is the improvement of the human race through selective breeding.

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The __________ was the objective of European Zionism.

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Alfred Marshall devised a theory of __________ to allow producers to calculate costs and project profits based on a pattern of consumer response to price changes.

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Afrikaners were white settlers who had immigrated to South Africa. Most of them came from __________.

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15 of 40

__________ was the founder of Zionism in its political form.

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16 of 40

__________ attacked science and the traditional religious beliefs of Western society.

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Poet Emilio Marinetti claimed, "We want to demolish museums and libraries." He was a(n) __________.

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18 of 40

Which of the following individuals was NOT a Fabian?

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19 of 40

Quinine is an effective treatment for __________.

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__________ was the only country in southeast Asia to escape direct control by Western powers.

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__________ is the hatred of foreigners.

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22 of 40

German socialism was primarily __________ by the 1890s.

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__________ was a British financier who attempted to overthrow the Afrikaner rule in the Transvaal Republic.

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24 of 40

__________ was NOT a member of the Three Emperors' League.

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25 of 40

The right to vote was finally gained by women in the United States and Europe __________.

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26 of 40

__________ wrote about "the White Man's burden."

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27 of 40

__________ meant foreigners were exempt from Chinese law enforcement while in China and could be judged only by officials of their own countries.

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28 of 40

Germany's future lay in the hands of Emperor Wilhelm II after 1890 because of all of the following EXCEPT:

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__________ are combinations of firms in any given industry that are united in order to fix prices and establish production quotas.

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30 of 40

Which of the following is the correct list of Triple Alliance members?

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31 of 40

What nation's entry into the colonial race in southern Africa eventually led to the Boer Wars?

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32 of 40

An impressionist landscape painting would __________.

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33 of 40

All of the following EXCEPT __________ were used by the French Third Republic in an attempt to create a common national identity.

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34 of 40

The Dreyfus Affair __________.

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35 of 40

Which of the following was an outcome of the Boer War?

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36 of 40

All of the following EXCEPT __________ were exalted by the futurists.

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37 of 40

__________ was a major commodity in British exports to China.

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38 of 40

The Trade Unions Act of 1913 __________.

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39 of 40

__________ was the first Labour representative elected to the House of Commons.

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40 of 40

__________ was the French novelist whose writings helped exonerate Dreyfus.

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Attached.

Name 1
Name
Tutor’s name
Institution
Date
History Multiple Choice
1. __________ is extreme patriotism, where the love for one's nation is transformed into
hatred for another nation and the desire to destroy the people from that other nation.
Answer- Jingoism

2. Kulturkampf __________.
Answer - was an attack on the Catholic Church in Germany
3. Max Planck, Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr all made major contributions in __________.
Answer - modern physics, based on relativity and uncertainty
4. __________ was a partnership among banks in which they regulated the movement of
capital and interest rates by mutual agreement.
Answer - A cartel
5. Which colony did the British regard as its most important?
Answer – India
6. __________, who was a member of the Russian nobility, became the leading anarchist
spokesman in Europe.
Answer - Mikhail Bakunin

Name 2
7. __________, who was supported by people (with money) who wanted a weaker
parliamentary system, attempted to seize the French governm...

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