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  2. 1. Which South American leader fought for independence in Venezuela and after approximately 10 years, had freed most of Southern America from Spanish rule? (Points : 1)
  3.       Toussaint L'Ouverture
  4.       Simon Bolivar
  5.       Jose de San Martin
  6.       Napoleon
  7.  
  8. 2. Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin were two key figures who led movements in South America's struggle for independence from Spain. (Points : 1)
  9.        True
  10.        False
  11.  
  12. 3. Otto von Bismarck united Russia in the late 1800s after wars with Austria and France. (Points : 1)
  13.        True
  14.        False
  15.  
  16. 4. Alsace and Lorraine were disputed territories between France and Germany as Otto von Bismarck tried to unify Germany. (Points : 1)
  17.        True
  18.        False
  19.  
  20. 5. Lenin created the October Manifesto in which he promised to give more rights to the Russians. (Points : 1)
  21.        True
  22.        False
  23.  
  24. 6. What group fought against the British control in India? (Points : 1)
  25.       Indian National Congress
  26.       Sepoys
  27.       Muslim League
  28.       both a and c
  29.  
  30. 7. The majority of Portugal's colonies in Africa were located in Eastern Africa. (Points : 1)
  31.        True
  32.        False
  33.  
  34. 8. The Berlin Conference was an event where European nations met and informed others when claiming a new African territory. (Points : 1)
  35.        True
  36.        False
  37.  
  38. 9. Strong feelings of devotion towards ones own country is called nationalism. (Points : 1)
  39.        True
  40.        False
  41.  
  42. 10. Which of the following was NOT one of the causes of World War I? (Points : 1)
  43.       a buildup of military power in European nations
  44.       the desire of European nations to remain isolated, not forging relationships with neighbors
  45.       rivalries to seek and create empires in other regions for raw materials and resources
  46.       strong feelings of devotion to one's nation
  47.  
  48. 11. Which of the following was an effective weapon in WWI because the vapors given off caused burning, swelling of nose, throat, and eyes, and often death? (Points : 1)
  49.       submarines
  50.       gas
  51.       trenches
  52.       zeppelins
  53.  
  54. 12. The Treaty of Versailles officially ended Russia's participation in World War I. (Points : 1)
  55.        True
  56.        False
  57.  
  58. 13. Gandhi was the leader of the Communist supporters in China. (Points : 1)
  59.        True
  60.        False
  61.  
  62. 14. European leaders met in Germany in 1884 to discuss the division of India. This Berlin Conference resulted in the requirement of any European nation to inform others when claiming new territory in India. (Points : 1)
  63.        True
  64.        False
  65.  
  66. 15. Gandhi was an extremely peaceful leader and his protest movement resulted in the boycott of many British goods. (Points : 1)
  67.        True
  68.        False
  69.  
  70. 16. Which nation gained independence after years of protest and opposition led by Mohandas Gandhi? (Points : 1)
  71.       China
  72.       India
  73.       Egypt
  74.       Germany
  75.  
  76. 17. Africans who fought with the British during World War I had hoped to be free from European control once the Allies were victorious. What African nation was finally freed from Britain in 1922, after protests? (Points : 1)
  77.       Madagascar
  78.       South Africa
  79.       Sudan
  80.       Egypt
  81.  
  82. 18. World War I left millions dead, political boundaries modified, and economies unstable. (Points : 1)
  83.        True
  84.        False
  85.  
  86. 19. The stock market crashed on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929. (Points : 1)
  87.        True
  88.        False
  89.  
  90. 20. Many Americans were able to purchase large ticket items such as cars, vacuums, and sewing machines because companies extended credit to them, allowing them to pay off the balance in increments. (Points : 1)
  91.       True
  92.       False